Annual Bibliography of Anime and Manga Studies – 2010

(Updated December 29, 2016)

As with all editions of the Annual Bibliography of Anime and Manga Studies, it is likely that this list is not complete. Recommendations or suggestions for additional entries to add are always welcome!

BooksEssay CollectionsBook Chapters
Encyclopedia EntriesJournal Special/Theme IssuesArticles

Books
(Total published: 11)

Brown, Steven T. Tokyo cyberpunk: Posthumanism in Japanese visual sulture. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Cavallaro, Dani. Anime and the art of adaptation: Eight famous works from page to screen. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Cavallaro, Dani. Anime and the visual novel: Narrative structure, design and play at the crossroads of animation and video games. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Cavallaro, Dani. Magic as metaphor in anime: A critical study. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Cooper-Chen, Anne. Cartoon cultures: The globalization of Japanese popular media. New York: Peter Lang.

Hu, Tze-Yue G. Frames of anime: Culture and image-building. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Koyama-Richard, Brigitte. Japanese animation: From painted scrolls to Pokemon. Paris: Flammarion.

Papp, Zilia. Anime and its roots in early Japanese monster art. Folkenstone, UK: Global Oriental.

Pellitteri, Marco. The dragon and the dazzle: Models, strategies, and identities of Japanese imagination – A European perspective. Latina, Italy: Tinue.

Robinson, Chris. Japanese animation: Time out of mind. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Robinson, Jeremy Mark. The cinema of Hayao Miyazaki. Maidstone, UK: Crescent Moon Publishing.

Essay Collections
(Total published: 6 titles, 114 original essays on anime/manga and related topics)

Mechademia, Volume 5: Fanthropologies.

Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga and Fan Arts is a unique ongoing “monographic series” of essay collections. Every year’s volume has an individual subtitle, is based around a specific theme, and features a selection of peer-reviewed essays, translations of materials that have already been published in Japanese, and non-scholarly content such as original comics, photography, and other creative works.

Bernd, Jaqueline (Ed.). Comics worlds and the world of comics: Towards scholarship on a global scale. Kyoto: International Manga Research Center.

Johnson-Wood, Toni (Ed.). Manga: An anthology of global and cultural perspectives. New York: Continuum.

Levi, Antonia, McHarry, Mark, & Pagliassotti, Dru (Eds.). Boys’ Love manga: Essays on the sexual ambiguity and cross-cultural fandom of the genre. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Steiff, Joseph, & Tamplin, Tristan D. (Eds.). Anime and philosophy: Wide eyed wonder. Chicago: Open Court

Steiff, Joseph, & Barkman, Adam. (Eds.). Manga and philosophy: Fullmetal metaphysician. Chicago: Open Court.

Book Chapters
(Total published: 32)

Aso, Noriko. Revolutionary girls: From Oscar to Utena. In Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto, Eva Tsai & JungBong Choi (Eds.), Television, Japan, and globalization (pp. 151-172). Ann Arbor, MI: Center for Japanese Studies.

Ashbaugh, William. Contesting traumatic war narratives: Space Battleship Yamato and Mobile Suit Gundam. In David Stahl & Mark Williams (Eds.), Imag(in)ing the War in Japan: Representing and responding to trauma in postwar literature and film (pp. 327-354). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Bollman, Tuuli. He-romance for her. Yaoi, BL and shounen-ai. In Eija Niskanen (Ed.), Imaginary Japan: Japanese fantasy in contemporary popular culture (pp. 42-46). Turku, Finland: International Institute for Popular Culture.

Bouissou, Jean-Marie. Global manga: Why Japanese comics have become a global cultural commodity. In Marco Pellitteri, The dragon and the dazzle: Models, strategies, and identities of Japanese imagination – A European perspective (pp. 465-478). Latina, Italy: Tunue.

Briel, Holger. The roving eye meets traveling pictures: The field of vision and the global rise of adult manga. In Mark Berninger, Jochen Ecke & Gideon Haberkorn (Eds.), Comics as a nexus of cultures: Essays on the interplay of media, disciplines, and international perspectives (pp. 187-210). Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Chan, Melanie. Representations of augmented humans and synthetically-created beings in Japanese cyberpunk anime. In Brigid Cherry, Peter Howell & Caroline Ruddell (Eds.), Twenty-First-Century Gothic (pp. 85-97). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Chipman, Jay Scott. So where do I go from here? Ghost in the Shell and the imaging cyborg mythology for the new millennium. In John Perlich & David Whitt (Eds.), Millennial Mythmaking: Essays on the Power of Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature, Films and Games (pp. 167-192). Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Choo, Kukhee. Consuming Japan: Early Korean girls comic book artists’ resistance and empowerment. In Daniel Black, Stephen Epstein & Alison Tokita (Eds.), Complicated currents: Media flows, soft power and East Asia (pp. 6.1-6.16). Clayton, Australia: Monash University Publishing.

Gibson, Mel. Changing perceptions of comics, manga and graphic novels in Britain. In Bridget Carrington & Jennifer Harding (Eds.), Going graphic: Comics and graphic novels for young people (pp. 16-25). Birmingham, UK: Pied Piper Publishing.

Goertz, Dee. The hero with the thousand-and-first face: Miyazaki’s girl quester in Spirited Away and Campbell’s monomyth. In John Perlich & David Whitt (Eds.), Millennial mythmaking: Essays on the power of science fiction and fantasy literature, films and games (pp. 67-82). Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Hopkins, David. Manga in Japanese libraries: A historical overview. In Robert G. Weiner (Ed.), Graphic novels and comics in libraries and archives: Essays on readers, research, history and cataloging (pp. 17-25). Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Imada, Kentaro. Lupin III and the gekiban approach: Western-styled music in a Japanese format. In Rebecca Coyle (Ed.), Drawn to sound: Animation film music and sonicity (pp. 174-187). Sheffield: UK: Equinox Publishing.

Koizumi, Kyoko. An animated partnership: Joe Hisaishi’s musical contributions to Hayao Miyazaki’s films. In Rebecca Coyle (Ed.), Drawn to sound: Animation film music and sonicity (pp. 60-74). Sheffield: UK: Equinox Publishing.

Lamarre, Thomas. The biopolitics of companion species: Wartime animation and multi-ethnic nationalism. In Richard Calichman & John Namjin Kim (Eds.), The politics of culture: Around the work of Naoki Sakai (pp. 72-90). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Malone, Paul M. Mangascape Germany: Comics as intercultural neutral ground. In Mark Berninger, Jochen Ecke & Gideon Haberkorn (Eds.), Comics as a nexus of cultures: Essays on the interplay of media, disciplines, and international perspectives (pp. 223-234). Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Lee, Hye-Kyung. Between fan culture and copyright infringement: Manga scanlation. In Daragh O’Reilly & Finola Kerrigan (Eds.), Marketing the arts: A fresh approach (pp. 153-170). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Ogihara-Schuck, Eriko. The Christianizing of animism in manga and anime: American translations of Hayao Miyazaki’s Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind. In A. David Lewis & Christine Hoff Kraemer (Eds.), Graven images: Religion in comic books and graphic novels (pp. 133-148). New York: Continuum.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Mayra, Frans. Japanese fantasy and the East-West dialectic. In Eija Niskanen (Ed.), Imaginary Japan: Japanese fantasy in contemporary popular culture (pp. 34-38). Turku, Finland: International Institute for Popular Culture.

McHarry, Mark. Identity unmoored: Yaoi in the West (revised version). In Christopher Pullen & Margaret Cooper (Eds.), LGBT identity and online new media (pp. 185-199). Abington, UK: Routledge.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Niskanen, Eija. Riding through air and water – the relationship between character, background, fantasy and realism in Hayao Miyazaki’s films. In Eija Niskanen (Ed.), Imaginary Japan: Japanese fantasy in contemporary popular culture (pp. 16-19). Turku, Finland: International Institute for Popular Culture.

Orbaugh, Sharalyn. Girls reading Harry Potter, girls writing desire: Amateur manga and shojo reading practices. In Tomoko Aoyama & Barbara Hartley (Eds.), Girl reading girl in Japan (pp. 174-186). Milton Park, UK: Routledge.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Park, Jung-Sun. The success and limitations of Japanese comics and animation in the US: Can Korean manhwa and animation follow suit? In Daniel Black, Stephen Epstein & Alison Tokita (Eds.), Complicated currents: Media flows, soft power and East Asia (pp. 12.1-12.15). Clayton, Australia: Monash University Publishing.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Sorensen, Lars-Marin. The bestseller recipe: A natural explanation for the global success of anime (a brief summary). In Eija Niskanen (Ed.), Imaginary Japan: Japanese fantasy in contemporary popular culture (pp. 13-15). Turku, Finland: International Institute for Popular Culture.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** van Staden, Cobus. Mutations in Moominvalley: Globalization, capitalism and the cultural identity of fiction. In Eija Niskanen (Ed.), Imaginary Japan: Japanese fantasy in contemporary popular culture (pp. 26-29). Turku, Finland: International Institute for Popular Culture.

Stahl, David C. Victimization and “response-ability”: Remembering, representing, and working through trauma in Grave of the Fireflies. In David Stahl & Mark Williams (Eds.), Imag(in)ing the War in Japan: Representing and responding to trauma in postwar literature and film (pp. 161-202). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.

Tsutsui, William M. Oh no, there goes Tokyo: Recreational apocalypse and the city in postwar Japanese popular culture. In Gyan Prakash (Ed.), Noir urbanisms: Dystopic images of the modern city (pp. 104-126). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Wada-Marciano, Mitsuyo. Global and local materialities of anime. In Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto, Eva Tsai & JungBong Choi (Eds.), Television, Japan, and globalization (pp. 241-258). Ann Arbor, MI: Center for Japanese Studies.

Watanabe, Fumio. Clausal self-repetition and pre-nominal demonstratives in Japanese and English animation narratives. In Polly E. Szatrowski (Ed.), Storytelling across Japanese conversational genre. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Welker, James. From The Cherry Orchard to Sakuro no sono: Translation and the transfiguration of gender and sexuality in shojo manga. In Tomoko Aoyama & Barbara Hartley (Eds.), Girl reading girl in Japan (pp. 160-173). Milton Park, UK: Routledge.

Yamasaki, Aki. Cowboy Bebop: Corporate strategies for animation music products in Japan. In Rebecca Coyle (Ed.), Drawn to sound: Animation film music and sonicity (pp. 209-222). Sheffield: UK: Equinox Publishing.

Zank, Dinah. Kawaii vs. rorikon: The reinvention of the term lolita in modern Japanese manga. In Jochen Ecke & Gideon Haberkorn (Eds.), Comics as a nexus of cultures: Essays on the interplay of media, disciplines, and international perspectives (pp. 211-222). Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Zalhten, Alexander. Meta-, hyper-, inter-, super-, anime, world creation, and the role of film festivals. In Eija Niskanen (Ed.), Imaginary Japan: Japanese fantasy in contemporary popular culture (pp. 20-25). Turku, Finland: International Institute for Popular Culture.

Encyclopedia Entries
(Total published: 8 entries)

Steinberg, Shirley, Kehler, Michael, & Cornish, Linsday (Eds.). Boy culture: An encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

  • Guidry, Meghan. Manga and anime (pp. 340-342).

Berra, John (Ed.), Directory of world cinema: Japan. Bristol, UK: Intellect

  • Zahlten, Alexander. Satoshi Kon (pp. 28-29).
  • Ruh, Brian. Anime/animation (pp. 58-61).

Booker, M. Keith (Ed.). Encyclopedia of comic books and graphic novels. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

  • Lefevre, Pascal Lefevre, Barefoot Gen (pp. 46-47)
  • Nguyen, Nhu-Hoa, Buddha (pp. 74-76)
  • Goldberg, Wendy, Lone Wolf and Cub (pp. 367-368)
  • O’Nale, Robert, Manga (pp. 378-387)
  • Nguyen, Nhu-Hoa Nguyen, Ozamu Tezuka (pp. 632-633)

Journal Special/Theme Issues
(Total articles published: 3 issues, 15 articles)

ASIANetwork Exchange *** OPEN ACCESS ***
Vol. 17, No. 2 – Japanese Popular Culture

Shamoon, Deborah. Teaching Japanese popular culture (pp. 9-22).

Born, Christopher A. In the footsteps of the master: Confucian values in anime and manga (pp. 39-52).
[Bleach, Naruto]

Prough, Jennifer. Marketing Japan: Manga as Japan’s new ambassador (pp. 54-68).

Miller, Laura. Japan’s zoomorphic urge (pp. 69-82).

ImageTexT: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies *** OPEN ACCESS ***
Vol. 5, No. 2 – Anime and Utopia

Wegner, Philip E. Introduction: Anime’s coming communities.

Stoddard, Matthew. Contested utopias: Ghost in the Shell, cognitive mapping, and the desire for communism.

Lioi, Anthony. The city ascends: Laputa: Castle in the Sky as critical ecotopia.

Wegner, Philip E. “An unfinished project that was also a missed opportunity”: Utopia and alternate history in Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro.

Leavey, John. Possessed by and of: Up against seeing: Princess Mononoke.

U.S.-Japan Women’s Journal
No. 38

Aoyama, Tomoko, Dollase Tsuchiya, Hiromi, & Kan, Satoko. Shojo manga: Past, present, and future – an introduction (pp. 3-11).

Honda, Masuko. The invalidation of gender in girls’ manga today: With a special focus on Nodame Cantabile (pp. 12-24).

Aoyama, Tomoko. Nodame as “another culture” (pp. 25-42).

Kan, Satoko. Everlasting life, everlasting loneliness: The genealogy of The Poe Clan (pp. 43-58).

Dollase Tsuchia, Hiromi. Shojo spirits in horror manga (pp. 59-80).

Takeuchi, Kayo. The genealogy of Japanese shojo manga (girls’ comics) studies (pp. 81-112).

Articles
(Total published: 73)

Armour, William S. Representations of the masculine in Tagame Gengoroh’s ero SM manga. Asian Studies Review, 34(4), 443-465.

Badman, Derik A. Talking, thinking, and seeing in pictures: Narration, focalization, and ocularization in comics narratives. International Journal of Comic Art, 12(2), 91-111.
[Paradise Kiss]

Bainbridge, Jason. New worlds of animation: ‘Ulysses 31’, ‘The Mysterious Cities of Gold’, and the cultural convergence of anime in the West. Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, 42, 77-94.

Bakonyi, Katalin. The influence of Japanese animation on Avatar: The Last Airbender. Animatrix: A Journal of the UCLA Animation Workshop, 18, 27-38.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Barkman, Adam. Anime, manga and Christianity: A comprehensive analysis. Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies, 27, 25-45.

Bellano, Marco. The parts and the whole: Audiovisual strategies in the cinema of Hayao Miyazaki. Animation Journal, 18, 4-55.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Blitz, Michael. Manga and the motivated. SANE journal: Sequential Art Narrative in Education, 1(1), Article 2.

Brienza, Casey. Producing comics culture: A sociological approach to the study of comicsJournal of Graphic Novels and Comics1(2), 105-199.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Bryce, Mio, Barber, Christie, Kelly, James, Kunwar, Siris, & Plumb, Amy. Manga and anime: Fluidity and hybridity in global imagery. Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies, Article 1 in 2010.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Bryce, Mio. Cheung, Paul, & Gutierrez, Anna Katrina. Clones, hybrids and organ transplants in manga and anime. International Journal of the Humanities, 8(5),279-290.
[Neon Genesis Evangelion, Phoenix]

Buljan, Katharine. Animated film: Genres and audiences – Western and Japanese animated films. Lumina: Australian Journal of Screen Arts and Business, 4, 193-208.

Chen, Haiwen, Russell, Richard, Nakayama, Ken, & Livingstone, Margaret. Crossing the ‘uncanny valley’: Adaptation to cartoon faces can influence perception of human faces. Perception, 378-386.

Cooper, Damon. Finding the spirit within: A critical analysis of film techniques in “Spirited Away”. Babel, 45(1), 30-37.

de Zwart, Melissa. Japanese lessons: What can otaku teach us about copyright and gothic girls? Alternative Law Journal35(1), 27-30.

Denison, Rayna. Anime tourism: Discursive construction and reception of the Studio Ghibli Art Museum. Japan Forum, 22(3-4), 545-563.

Dennis, Jeffery P. Drawing desire: Male youth and homoerotic fan art. Journal of LGBT Youth, 7(1), 6-28.

Ellis, Jonathan. The art of anime: Freeze-frames and moving pictures in Miyazaki Hayao’s Kiki’s Delivery Service. Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema, 2(1), 21-34.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** von Feigenblatt, Otto F. A socio-cultural analysis of romantic love in Japanese harem animation: A Buddhist monk, a Japanese knight, and a samurai. Journal of Asia Pacific Studies, 1(3), 636-646.

Fermin, Tricia Abigail Santos. Yaoi: Voices from the margins. Annals of Human Sciences, 215-228.

Fraser, Lucy. The metamorphosis of female desire: Contemporary Japanese imaginings of “The Little Mermaid”. East Asia Forum, 13, 24-35.
[Henshin Monogatari, Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea]

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Fruhstuck, Sabine. AMPO in crisis? US military’s manga offers upbeat take on US-Japan relations. The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Furman, Charles. Dueling with censorship: Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series’ pastiche of dubbing. Scribe.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Gibson, Mel. Comics, manga, graphic novels and the challenge and excitement of cross-curricular work. NATE Classroom, 10, 10-12.

Gibson, Mel. The state of the (sequential) art?: Signs of changing perceptions of comics, manga and graphic novels in Britain. IBBYLink, 27, 3-4.
*** OPEN ACCESS TO COMPLETE ISSUE ***

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Goderie, Peter, & Yecies, Brian. Cultural flows beneath Death Note: Catching the wave of Japanese popular culture in China. The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus.

Heng, Yee-Kuang. Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the softest of them all? Evaluating Japanese and Chinese strategies in the ‘soft’ power competition era. International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 10(2), 275-304.

Hiramoto, Mie. Anime and intertextualities: Hegemonic identities in Cowboy Bebop. Pragmatics and Society, 1(2), 234-256.

Hwang, Yih-Jye. Japan as “self” or “the other” in Yasunori Kobayashi’s On TaiwanChina Information24(1), 75-98.

Ichitani, Tomoko. Town of Evening Calm, Country of Cherry Blossoms: The renarrativation of Hiroshima memories. Journal of Narrative Theory, 40(3), 364-390.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Imaoka, Laura Beltz. Consuming and maintaining difference: American fans resisting the globalization of Japanese pop culture. disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory, 19, 73-82.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Ishikawa, Yu. Yaoi as fanwork: Cultural appropriation in modern Japanese culture. Journal of Urban Culture Research, 1, 170-177.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Ito, Mizuko. The rewards of non-commercial production: Distinctions and status in the anime music video scene. First Monday, 15(5).

Kawashima, Nobuko. The rise of ‘user creativity’ – Web 2.0 and a new challenge for copyright law and cultural policy. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 16(3), 337-353.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Koulikov, Mikhail. Fighting the fan sub war: Conflicts between media rights holders and unauthorized creator/distributor networks. Transformative Works and Cultures, 5.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Landa, Amanda. Niche market, global scale: Simulcasting anime online. Flow, 12.03.

Lent, John A. The winding, pot-holed road of comic art scholarship. Studies in Comics, 1(1), 7-33.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Lewis, Mia. Painting words and worlds: The use of ateji in CLAMP’s manga. Columbia East Asia Review, 3, 28-45.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Lightburn, Jane A. Through the eyes of the child: Aspects of narrative in Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea. Foreign Languages and Literature, 35(1), 97-114.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Liu, Minghua, & Wang, Ping. Study on image design in animation. Asian Social Science, 6(4), 39-43.

Masuchika, Glenn, & Boldt, Gail. Japanese manga in translation and American graphic novels: A preliminary examination of the collections in 44 academic libraries. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 36(6), 511-517.

Matsuoka, Rieko, & Poole, Gregory. The use of politeness strategies in Japanese healthcare settings: Analysis of manga discourse between healthcare providers and a “difficult” patient. The Journal of Nursing Studies: National College of Nursing, Japan, 9(1), 9-17.

McKevitt, Andrew C. “You are not alone!”: Anime and the globalizing of America. Diplomatic History, 34(5), 893-921.

McLelland, Mark. Australia’s proposed Internet filtering system: Its implications for animation, comics and gaming (ACG) and slash fan communities. Media International Australia, 134, 7-19.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Nagaike, Kazumi. The sexual and textual politics of Japanese lesbian comics: Reading romantic and erotic yuri narratives. The Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies, Article 4 in 2010.

Nakamura, Yuko. What does the “sky” say? – Distinctive characteristics of manga and what the sky represents in it. International Journal of Comic Art, 12(2), 487-508.

Ng, Benjamin Wai Ming. The consumption and perception of Japanese ACG (animation-comic-game) among young people in Hong Kong. International Journal of Comic Art, 12(1), 460-477.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Noda, Nathaniel. Copyright retold: How interpretive rights foster creativity and justify fan-based activities. Seton Hall Journal of Sports & Entertainment Law, 20, 131-163.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Noonan, T.A. “I can’t get excited for a child, Ritsuka”: Intersections of gender, identity, and audience ambiguity in Yun Kôga’s Loveless. MP: An Online Feminist Journal, 3(2), 34-58.

Norris, Craig. Images of resistance in manga and anime’s improbable subjects. Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, 42, 95-114
[Stink Bomb] [Memories]

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Norris, Michael J. Exploring Japanese popular culture as a soft power resource. Student Pulse, 2(5).

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Nowlin, Nicole. Scanlations: Copyright infringement for literature and art fans brought to you by the Internet. Interface: A Journal of Education, Community and Values, 10(1).

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Nowlin, Nicole. Scanlations: Copyright infringement for literature and art fans brought to you by the Internet part II. Interface: A Journal of Education, Community and Values, 10(8).

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Nowlin, Nicole. Scanlations: Copyright infringement for literature and art fans brought to you by the Internet part III. Interface: A Journal of Education, Community and Values, 10(9).

Pena-Pimentel, Miriam. Baroque features in Japanese hentai. International Journal of Comic Art, 12(2), 469-486.

Plumb, Amy. Japanese religion, mythology, and the supernatural in anime and manga. International Journal of the Humanities, 8(5), 237-246.
[Ayashi no Ceres, Naruto, Spirited Away, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind]

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Rembert-Lang, LaToya D. Reinforcing the Tower of Babel: The impact of copyright law on fansubbing. Intellectual Property Brief, 2(2), 21-33.

Rosenbaum, Roman. Tezuka Osamu: Adolf – toward a historio-graphic novel. International Journal of Comic Art, 12(1), 415-434.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Ross, David A. Musings on Miyazaki, early and late. Southeast Review of Asian Studies, 32, 170-176.

Ruble, Julie, & Lysne, Kim. The animated classroom: Using Japanese anime to engage and motivate students. English Journal, 100(1), 37-46.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Santilli, Nicola. Online publishing: (Anime) fan fiction and identity. Journal of Digital Research and Publishing, 3(1), 40-47.

Schaub, Joseph. Mecha-topia: Imagining a posthuman paradise in Osamu Tezuka’s Metropolis. Interdisciplinary Humanities, 27(2), 94-110.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Seaton, Philip. Historiography and Japanese war nationalism: Testimony in Sensoron, Sensoron as testimony. The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus.

Shimamura, Teru. Japan animation: From commercialism to art. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 5(2), 7327-7332.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Stark, Louisa A. Beneficial microorganisms: Countering microbephobia. CBE – Life Sciences Education, 9(4), 387-389.
[Moyashimon]

Stevens, Carolyn S. You are what you buy: Postmodern consumption and fandom of Japanese popular culture. Japanese Studies, 30(2), 199-214.

Suter, Rebecca. Japan/America, man/woman: Gender and identity politics in Adriane Tomine and Yoshihiro Tatsumi. Paradoxa, 22, 101-123.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Tanaka, Yuki. War and peace in the art of Tezuka Osamu: The humanism of his epic manga. The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus.

Tondo, Stefanie. Crossing a graphic text with classics of children’s literature: Disney’s manga Kingdom Hearts. IBBYLink, 27, 13-14
*** OPEN ACCESS TO COMPLETE ISSUE ***

Unser-Schutz, Giancarla. Exploring the role of language in manga: Text types, their usages, and their distributions. International Journal of Comic Art, 12(2), 24-43.

Wasylak, Katarzyna. Need for speed: Anime, the cinematic, and the philosophical. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 35(4), 427-434.

Yang, Andrew. The two Japans of “Spirited Away”. International Journal of Comic Art, 12(1), 435-452.

Yasumoto, Saori, & LaRossa, Ralph. The culture of fatherhood in Japanese comic strips: A historical analysis. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 41(4), 611-627.

Yui, Kiyomitsu. Japanese animation and the glocalization of sociology. Sociologisk Forskning, 47(4), 44-50.

Other Publications
(Total published: 5)

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Birmingham, Elizabeth. Celebrating magic’s primordial ooze: Ponyo’s close call with eco-pocalypse. Cinema and Globalization Dossier: Our Animated World. Florence, Italy: Jura Gentium: Centre of Philosophy of International Law and Global Politics.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Brienza, Casey. Categorizing manga by standardizing the paratext. In Medias Res: A MediaCommons Project.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Kawamata, Keiko. Analysis of the new product development process using the creative cognition approach. A case study of the Japanese ‘shojo manga‘ (girls’ comics). Discussion Paper No. 2010-01. Kyoto: Kyoto Sangyo University Society of Education in Research & Management.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Kawamata, Keiko. Preliminary research on the creation process of Japanese manga. Discussion Paper No. 2010-02. Kyoto: Kyoto Sangyo University Society of Education in Research & Management.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Kirkpatrick, Noel. Anime’s (post)human instrumentality project. In Media Res: A MediaCommons Project.

2 thoughts on “Annual Bibliography of Anime and Manga Studies – 2010

  1. Is it possible for me to get the “Stevens, Carolyn S. You are what you buy: Postmodern consumption and fandom of Japanese popular culture. Japanese Studies, 30(2), 199-214”. Article from you? I wanted to use it for my school project but it seems impossible to find the full version

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