Japanese animation : East Asian perspectives / edited by Masao Yokota and Tze-yue G. Hu.
- Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 
xi, 313 pages ; 24 cm
- Animated films -- Japan -- History and criticism.
Animated television programs -- Japan -- History and criticism.
- "Japanese Animation: East Asian Perspectives makes available for the first time to English readership a selection of viewpoints from media practitioners, designers, educators, and scholars working in the East Asian Pacific. This collection not only engages a multidisciplinary approach in understanding the subject of Japanese animation but also shows ways to research, teach, and more fully explore this multidimensional world. Presented in six sections, the translated essays cross-reference each other. The collection adopts a wide range of critical, historical, practical, and experimental approaches. This variety provides a creative and fascinating edge for both specialist and nonspecialist readers. Contributors' works share a common relevance, interest, and involvement despite their regional considerations and the different modes of analysis demonstrated. They form a composite of teaching and research ideas on Japanese animation"-- Provided by publisher.
- Animation Studies and Animation History in Japan
Pioneers of Japanese Animation
Popular Culture, East-West Expressions, and Tezuka Osamu
Female Characters and Transnational Identities
Artistic Animation and Expression in Japan
Japan's First Commercial Animation Studio after the Second World War: Toei.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Yokota, Masao, 1954- editor of compilation.
Hu, Tze-yue G., editor of compilation.
- Other format:
- Online version: Japanese animation
- 9781617038099 (hardback)
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