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Berndt, Jaqueline, ed. Comics Worlds and the World of Comics: Towards scholarship on a global scale. Global Manga Studies. Kyoto: International Manga Research Center, Kyoto Seika University, 2010. 
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Language: en: English
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Keywords: Collection of essays, Japan, Manga
Creators: Berndt
Publisher: International Manga Research Center, Kyoto Seika University (Kyoto)
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Table of contents

Jaqueline Berndt: Introduction: attempts at cross-cultural comics studies (1)

PART I: Examining Manga/Comics Studies (13)
1 Thierry Groensteen: Challenges to international comics studies in the context of globalization (15)
2 Naoko Morita: Cultural recognition of comics and comics studies: Comments on Thierry Groensteen's keynote lecture (27)
3 Fusanosuke Natsume: Pictotext and panels: Commonalities and differences in manga, comics, and BD (37)
4 Hiroshi Odagiri: Manga truisms: On the insularity of Japanses manga discourse (53)
5 Shige (CJ) Suzuki: Manga/comics studies from the perspective of science fiction research: Genre, transmedia, and transnationalism (67)
6 Pascal Lefèvre: Researching comics on a global scale (85)

PART II: Authorships and Readerships in Manga/Comics (97)
7 Tadahiro Saika: How creators depict creating manga: Mangaka manga as authenticating discourse (99)
8 Thomas Becker: Fieldwork in aesthetics: On comics’ social legitimaticy (111)
9 Nele Noppe: Dōjinshi research as a site of opportunity for manga studies (125)
10 Akiko Mizoguchi: Theorizing comics/manga genre as a productive forum: Yaoi and beyond (145)
11 Kimio Itō: When a ‘male’ reads shōjo manga (171)
12 Noriko Inomata: BD in young girl-oriented magazines in France (179)
13 Wendy Wong: Drawing the ideal modern woman: Ms. Lee Wai-Chung and her Mr. 13-Dot (193)

PART III: Manga/Comics as Media of Historical Memory (201)
14 Cheng Tju Lim: Lest we forget: The importance of history in Singapore and Malaysia comics studies (203)
15 Kees Ribbens: War comics beyond the battlefield: Anne Frank’s transnational transnational representation in sequential art (217)
16 Takayuki Kawaguchi: Barefoot Gen and ‘A-bomb literature’: Re-recollecting the nuclear experience (233)
17 Kenji Kajiya: How emotions work: The politics of vision in Nakazawa Keiji’s Barefoot Gen (245)
18 Thomas Lamarre: Manga Bomb: Between the lines of Barefoot Gen (263)

Kazuma Yoshimura: Afterword: Intentions and methods behind my proposal for remakes of Barefoot Gen abroad (309)

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