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Bauwens, Jessica. "Yoko Tsuno and the Franco-Belgian Girl Readers of Bande Dessinée." Women’s Manga in Asia and Beyond. Uniting Different Cultures and Identities. Eds. Fusami Ōgi, et al. 2019. 181–98.   
Added by: joachim 5/7/21, 2:16 PM
Ōgi, Fusami. "Beyond Shoujo, Blending Gender: Subverting the homogendered world in shoujo manga (japanese comics for girls)." International Journal of Comic Art 3. (2001): 151–61.   
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Ōgi, Fusami. "Female Subjectivity and Shoujo (Girls) Manga (Japanese Comics): shoujo in ladies’ comics and young ladies’ comics." Journal of Popular Culture 36. (2003): 780–803.   
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Ōgi, Fusami. "Shimizu Isao: A pioneer in japanese comics (manga) scholarship." International Journal of Comic Art 5. (2003): 216–32.   
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Ōgi, Fusami. "Katayori Mitsugu: A pioneer of manga studies in japan before and after the war." International Journal of Comic Art 7. (2005): 47–67.   
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Ōgi, Fusami. "Hana yori dango (Boys over Flowers) as a Trans-National Comics for Girls beyond Japan." International Journal of Comic Art 10. (2008): 170–85.   
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Ōgi, Fusami. "Shojo Manga (Japanese Comics for Girls) in the 1970s’ Japan as a Message to Women’s Bodies: Interviewing keiko takemiya—a leading artist of the year 24 flower group." International Journal of Comic Art 10. (2008): 148–69.   
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Ōgi, Fusami. "Inspiring Women: 40 years’ transformation of shôjo manga and women’s voices." International Journal of Comic Art 13. (2011): 32–57.   
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Ōgi, Fusami. "Women’s Manga Beyond Japan: Contemporary comics as cultural crossroads in asia." International Journal of Comic Art 13. (2011): 3–6.   
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Ōgi, Fusami. "Barefoot Gen and MAUS: Performing the masculine, reconstructing the mother." Reading Manga. Local and Global Perceptions of Japanese Comics. Eds. Jaqueline Berndt and Steffi Richter. Mitteldeutsche Studien zu Ostasien. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2006. 77–91.   
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Ōgi, Fusami. "Gender Insubordination in Japanese Comics (Manga) for Girls." Illustrating Asia. Comics, Humor Magazines and Picture Books. Ed. John A. Lent. ConsumAsiaN. Honolulu: Univ. of Hawai‘i Press, 2001. 171–86.   
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Ōgi, Fusami, et al., eds. Women’s Manga in Asia and Beyond: Uniting different cultures and identities. Palgrave Studies in Comics and Graphic Novels. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.   
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