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Women's manga in Asia and beyond: uniting different cultures and identities

Women's manga in Asia and beyond: uniting different cultures and identities

Lent, John A., editor; Ōgi, Fusami, editor; Nagaike, Kazumi, editor; Suter, Rebecca, 1975- editor

'Women's Manga in Asia and Beyond' offers a variety of perspectives on women's manga and the nature, scope, and significance of the relationship between women and comics/manga, both globally as well as locally. Based on the activities since 2009 of the Women's MANGA Research Project in Asia (WMRPA), the edited volume elucidates social and historical aspects of the Asian wave of manga from ever-broader perspectives of transnationalization and glocalization. With a specific focus on women's direct roles in manga creation, it illustrates how the globalization of manga has united different cultures and identities, focusing on networks of women creators and readerships

Hardback, Book. English.
Published Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019

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Details

Statement of responsibility: edited by Fusami Ogi, Rebecca Suter, Kazumi Nagaike, John A. Lent
ISBN: 3319972286, 9783319972282
Physical Description: 366 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 21 cm.
Series: Palgrave studies in comics and graphic novels
Subject: Women cartoonists Asia.; Comic books, strips, etc. Asia History and criticism.; Comic books, strips, etc. Authorship.; Art and Design.; Women authors.
Series Title: Palgrave studies in comics and graphic novels.

Contents

  1. Section I. Rethinking Women, Queering Asia
  2. 1. Japanese Homoerotic Manga in Taiwan: Same-Sex Love and Utopian Imagination - Fran Martin
  3. 2. Hailing the Subject: Visual Progression and Queer Reading in Nananan's Blue - Monica Chiu
  4. 3. Queering Democracy Activism and Online Obscenities: Hong Kong Women's Boys' Love Protest - Katrien Jacob
  5. 4. Pleasurable Interplay in the 2.5-Dimensional World: Women's Cosplay Performances in Singapore and the Philippines - Akiko Shimada-Sugawa
  6. 5. Fundanshi ("Rotten Boys") in Asia: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Male Readings of BL and Concepts of Masculinity - Kazumi Kagaike
  7. 6. Writing Boys' Love Comics in the Philippines - Scott WuMing
  8. Section II. Transnationalization/Globalization in Women and Shojo Manga
  9. 7. How Women's Manga Has Performed the Image of ASIAs, Globally and Locally - Fusami Ogi
  10. 8. Saving the World with Tiny Little Boxes - Ace Vitangcol
  11. 9. Environmental and Cultural Influences on an Artist - FSc
  12. 10. Recentering Australia in the Shojo Imagination - Rebecca Suter
  13. 11. Manga in Australia - Madeleine Rosca
  14. 12. Manga and Shakespeare - Yukari Yoshihara
  15. 13. Yoko Tsuno and Franco-Belgian Girl Readers of Bande DessinÚe - Jessica Bauwens
  16. 14. Matsumoto Katsuji: Modern Tomboys and Early Shojo Manga - Ryan Holmberg
  17. Section III. Asian Women Comics Artists and Their Careers
  18. 15. Chinese Women Cartoonists: A Brief, Generational Perspective - John A. Lent and Xu Ying
  19. 16. Reading the Fifty Years of Popularity of Theresa Lee Wai-chun and Her Comic, 13-Dot Cartoon: Changing Identities of Women in Hong Kong - Wendy Siuyi Wong
  20. 17. A Conversation with Theresa Lee, the Creator of Miss 13 Dogs - Theresa Lee Wai-chun (interviewed by Connie Lam of HK Arts Centre)
  21. 18. Witness to a Transition: The Manga of Kyoko Okazaki and the Feminine Self in the Shift toward "Flat Culture" in Japanese Consumer Society - Takeshi Hamano
  22. 19. Reviving the Power of Storytelling: Post-3/11 Online `Amateur' Manga - Shige (CJ) Suzuki
  23. 20. Comics-Prose: Evolving Manga in the 21st Century - Queenie Chan
  24. 21. Manga in Hong Kong - Stella So