volume 4, issue 1, P5-9 2009
DOI: 10.1177/1746847708099738
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Suzanne Buchan

Abstract: The remarkable developments in animation production in the Far East in the past three decades have stimulated a critical counterpart that engages with the breadth of techniques, styles, narrative and cultural specificity. Anime Studies is an interdisciplinary field that is flourishing thanks to the dedicated engagement of a handful of scholars who generated initial key debates, providing a solid basis for extended theoretical, aesthetic and cultural engagement. These essays have appeared over the past two deca…

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