Manga at a Crossroads: Classic Manga, Development and Globalization of Manga
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Proceedings from two symposia held at Ohio State University in Spring of 2015, titled "Manga at a Crossroads." The first symposium, held on March 6th, was on the theme of classic manga. The second, held on April 4th, was on the development and globalization of manga. The symposia were held in honor of Prof. Maureen Donovan, who retired from the Ohio State University Libraries in 2015.
Preface -- Comics from the Time of Erotic Grotesque Nonsense: The Yomiuri Sunday Manga of 1930-1931 / Maureen Donovan -- Laughing in the Face of Calamity: Visual Satire after the Great Kantō Earthquake / Gennifer Weisenfeld -- Questioning the Racial Question: Representations of Human Faces in Classic Manga / Natsu Onoda Power -- Power of Shōjo Manga: Influences in Children’s Artistic and Aesthetic Development / Masami Toku -- Local Texts, Global Audiences: a view from within the shōjo manga industry / Jennifer Prough -- Marketing Manga in the U.S.: Translational Strategies, Transnational Flows / Kerim Yasar -- Global Manga: "Japanese" Comics without Japan? / Casey Brienza
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