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Brown, Steven T. (Hrsg.): Cinema Anime. Critical Engagements with Japanese Animation. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. (248 S.) 
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Resource type: Book
Languages: englisch
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 1403970602
BibTeX citation key: Brown2006a
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Categories: General
Keywords: Animation, Aufsatzsammlung, Japan, Manga
Creators: Brown
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (New York [etc.])
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Abstract
This collection charts the terrain of contemporary Japanese animation, one of the most explosive forms of visual culture to emerge at the crossroads of transnational cultural production in the last twenty-five years. The essays offer bold and insightful engagement with anime's concerns with gender identity, anxieties about body mutation and technological monstrosity, and apocalyptic fantasies. The contributors dismantle the distinction between “high” and “low” culture and offer compelling arguments for the value and importance of the study of anime and popular culture as a key link in the translation from the local to the global.

Table of Contents

1. Steven T. Brown: Screening Anime (1)

Part I: Towards a Cultural Politics of Anime
2. Susan Napier: “Excuse Me, Who Are You?”: Performance, the Gaze, and the Female in the Works of Kon Satoshi (23)
3. Antonia Levi: The Americanization of Anime and Manga: Negotiating Popular Culture (43)
4. Tatsumi Takayuki: The Advent of Meguro Empress: Decoding the Avant-Pop Anime TAMALA 2010 (65)

Part II: Posthuman Bodies in the Animated Imaginary
5. Sharalyn Orbaugh: Frankenstein and the Cyborg Metropolis: The Evolution of Body and City in Science Fiction Narratives (81)
6. Carl Silvio: Animated Bodies and Cybernetic Selves: The Animatrix and the Question of Posthumanity (113)
7. Brian Ruh: The Robots from Takkun's Head: Cyborg Adolescence in FLCL (139)

Part III: Anime and the Limits of Cinema
8. Thomas Lamarre: The First Time as Farce: Digital Animation and the Repetition of Cinema (161)
9. Livia Monnet: »Such is the Contrivance of the Cinematograph“: Dur(anim)ation, Modernity, and Edo Culture in Tabaimo's Animated Installations (189)

Bibliography (227)
Notes on Contributors (239)
Index (241)
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