Rewriting history in manga : stories for the nation

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Full title: Rewriting history in manga : stories for the nation / Nissim Otmazgin, Rebecca Suter, editors.
Other authors: Otmazgin, Nissim, (Editor)
Suter, Rebecca, 1975- (Editor)
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Manga as "Banal Memory" / Nissim Otmazgin
  • Part 1. Historicizing Political Manga. Kitazawa Rakuten as Popular Culture Provocateur: Modern Manga Images and Riotous Democracy in Early Twentieth-Century Japan / Michael Lewis
  • Early Meiji Manga: The Political Cartoons of Kanagaki Robun and Kawanabe Kyôsai / Orna Shaughnessy
  • Part 2. Postwar Manga as History. Bodies of Anger: Atomic Survivors in Nakazawa Keiji's Black Series Manga / Michele M. Mason
  • Redacting Japanese History: Ishinomori Shōtarō's Graphic Narratives / Roman Rosenbaum
  • Manga, History, and Telling Stories of the Past: Narrative Strategies in Shanaō Yoshitsune / Barbara Hartley
  • Part 3. Decoding and Recoding History: Manga Reception and Parody. Decoding "Hate the Korean Wave" and "Introduction to China": A Case Study of Japanese University Students / Alexander Bukh
  • History as Sexualized Parody: Love and Sex Between Nations in Axis Powers Hetalia / Toshio Miyake
  • Reassessing Manga History, Resituating Manga in History / Rebecca Suter