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Ariane Beldi

AnimeResearch.com | Academic Study of Anime, Manga, and Japanese Popular Culture - 1 views

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    AnimeResearch.com is your starting point for academic research about anime, manga and other aspects of Japanese popular culture. In addition to original content, you will find links to articles and news reports that can be found on the web, as well as an extensive bibliography of books, journals and articles that are potential sources for academic or journalistic writing.
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    I'm not sure if it is already listed in the Let's Manga Diigo list, but I have just realized that the AnimeResearch.com website has undergone a complete revamp and has been updated too.
Ariane Beldi

Anime Class Blog - 3 views

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    This is the blog of the Workers' Educational Association anime evening class. The first class is currently running in Central London from Tuesday 27 October to Tuesday 15 December 2009. Helen McCarthy is leading the class and will moderate the blog. The weekly handouts with notes, reading lists, viewing lists and links will be posted here on their own pages - see the right hand sidebar. There is also an expanded reading list - class members are welcome to add their own suggestions for further reading about anime, either on the reading list page or in their own posts.
Ariane Beldi

Department of Alchemy - 2 views

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    Connecting the dots between popular media and social culture.
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    This is an excellent blog by an anime fan who turned his passion into a subject of academic inquiry. His aim is, as he says, to "connect the dots between popular media and social culture". Of course, animes and mangas are particularly suitable for this kind of research!
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