Persistently postwar : media and the politics of memory in Japan
Persistently postwar : media and the politics of memory in Japan / edited by Blai Guarné, Artur Lozano-Mendez and Dolores P. Martinez.
|Other authors:||Guarné, Blai, (Editor)Lozano-Mendez, Artur, (Editor)Martinez, D. P. 1957- (Editor)|
Table of Contents:
- Introduction. The politics of media and memory representation in Japan / Blai Guarne, Artur Lozano-Mendez, Dolores P. Martinez
- The death of certainty : memory, guilt and redemption in Ikiru / Dolores P. Martinez
- Postwar narratives and the avant-garde documentary : Tokyo 1958 and Furyo Shonen / Marcos Centeno Martin
- Radical subjectivity as a counter to Japanese humanist cinema : Oshima Nagisa's Nuberu bagu / Ferran de Vargas
- Recreating memory? : the drama Watashi wa kai ni naritai and its remakes / Griseldis Kirsch
- From myth to cult : tragic heroes, parody and gender politics in the 1960s-1970s 'bad girls' cinema of Japan / Laura Treglia
- Collective remorse for the past : Japanese film and TV representations of the 1960s student movement / Katsuyuki Hidaka
- Depicting the persistence of being postwar : Eden of the East / Artur Lozano-Mende
- Rethinking anime in East Asia : creative labour in transnational production, or, what gets lost in translation / Tomohiro Morisawa
- Conclusion. The persistence of trauma / Dolores P. Martinez, Blai Guarne and Artur Lozano-Mendez.