Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific
Issue 20, April 2009
Guest editor Mark McLelland
(A)cute Confusion: The Unpredictable Journey of Japanese Popular Culture
Eureka Discovers Culture Girls, Fujoshi, and BL: Essay Review of Three Issues of the Japanese Literary Magazine, Yuriika (Eureka)
Train Man and the Gender Politics of Japanese 'Otaku' Culture: The Rise of New Media, Nerd Heroes and Consumer Communities
Game Girl: Re-imagining Japanese Gender and Gaming via Melbourne Female Cosplayers
Selling Otaku? Mapping the Relationship between Industry and Fandom in the Australian Cosplay Scene
Transnational Bricolage: Gothic Lolita and the Political Economy of Fashion
Richard Eves and Leslie Butt (eds)
Barbara Summerhawk and Kimberley Hughes (eds)
Boys Love Goes Global
Elegant Caucasians, Amorous Arabs, and Invisible Others: Signs and Images of Foreigners in Japanese BL Manga
The Shared Imagination of Bishōnen, Pan-East Asian Soft Masculinity: Reading DBSK, Youtube.com and Transcultural New Media Consumption
GloBLisation and Hybridisation: Publishers' Strategies for Bringing Boys' Love to the United States
Conflicting Discourses on Boys' Love and Subcultural Tactics in Mainland China and Hong Kong
Home-grown Shōjo Manga and the Rise of Boys' Love among Germany's 'Forty-Niners'
On the Japanese Doll Complex: Introduction
On the Japanese Doll Complex: Four Noteworthy Incidents: Film
Takao Kawaguchi and Fuyuki Yamakawa
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