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Napier, Susan J. Anime from Akira to Howl's Moving Castle. Experiencing Contemporary Japanese Animation. 2. Aufl. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. (355 S.)  
Last edited by: joachim 02/09/2011 06:37:19 PM
---: "Confronting Master Narratives. History As Vision in Miyazaki Hayao’s Cinema of De-assurance." In: positions. east asia cultures critique 9.2 (2001), S. 467–493.  
Added by: joachim 08/03/2012 06:40:18 AM
---: "“Excuse Me, Who Are You?”. Performance, the Gaze, and the Female in the Works of Kon Satoshi." In: Cinema Anime. Critical Engagements with Japanese Animation. Hrsg. v. Steven T. Brown. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, S. 23–42.  
Added by: joachim 03/25/2011 04:36:05 PM
---: The Fantastic in Modern Japanese Literature. The subversion of modernity. (The Nissan Institute/Routledge Japanese Studies, 25.) London, New York: Routledge, 1996. (253 S.)  
Last edited by: joachim 06/09/2020 12:44:01 PM
---: From Impressionism to Anime. Japan as Fantasy and Fan Cult in the Mind of the West. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. (258 S.)  
Last edited by: joachim 07/27/2010 12:45:24 AM
---: "Matter Out of Place. Carnival, Containment, and Cultural Recovery in Miyazaki’s Spirited Away." In: Journal of Japanese Studies 32 (2006), S. 287–310.  
Added by: joachim 06/03/2011 06:55:32 PM
---: Miyazakiworld. A Life in Art. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 2018. (256 S.)  
Last edited by: joachim 05/04/2020 11:36:28 PM
---: "Panic Sites. The Japanese Imagination of Disaster from Godzilla to Akira." In: Journal of Japanese Studies 19 (1993), S. 327–351.  
Added by: joachim 07/27/2010 12:15:30 AM
---: "Vampires, Psychic Girls, Flying Women and Sailor Scouts. Four faces of the young female in Japanese popular culture." In: The Worlds of Japanese Popular Culture. Gender, Shifting Boundaries and Global Cultures. Hrsg. v. Dolores P. Martinez. 3. Aufl. (Contemporary Japanese Society.) Cambridge [etc.]: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2001, S. 91–109.  
Last edited by: joachim 04/10/2010 10:47:46 AM
---: "When the Machines Stop. Fantasy, Reality, and Terminal Identity in Neon Genesis Evangelion and Serial Experiments Lain." In: Science Fiction Studies 29 (2002), S. 418–435.  
Added by: joachim 08/28/2011 04:29:31 PM
---: "When the Machines Stop. Fantasy, Reality, and Terminal Identity in Neon Genesis Evangelion and Serial Experiments: Lain." In: Robot Ghosts and Wired Dreams. Japanese Science Fiction from Origins to Anime. Hrsg. v. Christopher Bolton, Istvan Csicsery-Rony Jr. und Takayuki Tatsumi. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota Press, 2007, S. 101–122.  
Added by: joachim 08/07/2011 05:20:17 PM
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