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Publications for Roman Rosenbaum

Publications for Roman Rosenbaum

2015

Rosenbaum, R. (2015). Graphic representation of the precariat in popular culture. In Kristina Iwata-Weickgenannt, Roman Rosenbaum (Eds.), Visions of Precarity in Japanese Popular Culture and Literature, (pp. 132-151). Abingdon: Routledge.

Rosenbaum, R. (2015). Towards an introduction: Japan’s literature of precarity. In Kristina Iwata-Weickgenannt, Roman Rosenbaum (Eds.), Visions of Precarity in Japanese Popular Culture and Literature, (pp. 1-23). Abingdon: Routledge.

2014

Rosenbaum, R. (2014). Post-3/11 Literature in Japan. In Roy Starrs (Eds.), When The Tsunami Came to Shore: Culture and Disaster in Japan, (pp. 91-112). Leiden: Global Oriental.



2013

Rosenbaum, R. (2013). Introduction: The representation of Japanese history in manga. In Roman Rosenbaum (Eds.), Manga and the Representation of Japanese History, (pp. 1-17). London: Routledge.

Rosenbaum, R. (2013). Manga and the Representation of Japanese History. London: Routledge.

Rosenbaum, R. (2013). Reading Showa history through manga: Astro Boy as the avatar of postwar Japanese culture. In Roman Rosenbaum (Eds.), Manga and the Representation of Japanese History, (pp. 40-59). London: Routledge.

Rosenbaum, R. (2013). Towards a summation: How do manga represent history? In Roman Rosenbaum (Eds.), Manga and the Representation of Japanese History, (pp. 251-258). London: Routledge.

Rosenbaum, R. (2013). What kind of place is the new nation of Manchuria? Roundtable talk in Nyonin geijutsu. Japan Forum, 25(3), 379-394. [More Information]



2012

Rosenbaum, R. (2012). Japanese Mythological Modernism: The Story of Puck and the Appearance of kindaijin. In Roy Starrs (Eds.), Rethinking Japanese Modernism, (pp. 387-407). Leiden, The Netherlands: Global Oriental.

Rosenbaum, R. (2012). Journal of The Oriental Society of Australia volume 44 special issue. JOSA: The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, 44(special).

Rosenbaum, R. (2012). Memorial Diplomacy and the Asia-Pacific War. JOSA: The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, 44(special), 3-5.

Rosenbaum, R. (2012). Postwar-Imagined Australian Soldiers. JOSA: The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, 44, 27-47.

2011

Rosenbaum, R. (2011). Graphic depictions of the Asia-Pacific war. In Roman Rosenbaum and Yasuko Claremont (Eds.), Legacies of the Asia-Pacific war: the yakeato generation, (pp. 133-151). London, New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Rosenbaum, R. (2011). Legacies of the Asia-Pacific War: The yakeato (the burnt-out ruins) generation. In Roman Rosenbaum and Yasuko Claremont (Eds.), Legacies of the Asia-Pacific war: the yakeato generation, (pp. 3-23). London, New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Rosenbaum, R., Claremont, Y. (2011). Legacies of the Asia-Pacific war: the yakeato generation. London, New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Rosenbaum, R. (2011). The legacy of the yakeato generation: Oda Makoto's literary social criticism. In Roman Rosenbaum and Yasuko Claremont (Eds.), Legacies of the Asia-Pacific war: the yakeato generation, (pp. 77-91). London, New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

2010

Rosenbaum, R. (2010). A thesis on Ishikawa Jun's 'the Jesus in the ruins'. In William Tyler, Suzuki Sadami (Eds.), Ishikawa Jun and postwar Japan, (pp. 97-115). Kyoto: International Research Center for Japanese Studies.

Rosenbaum, R. (2010). From the traditions of J-horror to the representation of 'kakusa shakai' in Kurosawa's film 'Tokyo Sonata'. Contemporary Japan, 22(1/2), 115-136. [More Information]

Rosenbaum, R., Sadami, S. (2010), Nihon ni okeru ky? no sengoron: current post-war discourse in Japan: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Rosenbaum, R. (2010). Tezuka Osamu: Adolf - towards a historio-graphic novel. International Journal of Comic Art, 12(1), 415-434.

2009

Rosenbaum, R. (2009). Review of Leith Morton's "The alien within: representations of the exotic in Twentieth-Century Japanese literature". JOSA: The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, 41, 164-167.

Rosenbaum, R. (2009). The graves of ''three thousand soldiers'': a study and translation of Oda Makoto's ''Sanzen Gunpei'' no haka. JOSA: The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, 41, 27-56.

2008

Rosenbaum, R. (2008). Gyokusai as metaphor for the history of suicide attacks: from the Pacific war to the war in Iraq. JOSA: The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, 39-40(Part 2), 418-438.

Rosenbaum, R. (2008). Mizuki Shigeru's Pacific War. International Journal of Comic Art, 10(2), 354-379.

Rosenbaum, R. (2008). Revisiting the enigma of Oda Makoto. Asia: magazine of Asian literature, 3(3), 290-325.

Rosenbaum, R. (2008). Shinseinen and the iconography of war. The 17th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA), Australia: Monash Asia Institute.

Rosenbaum, R. (2008). Translation of "Stomping on 'Aboji'". Asia: magazine of Asian literature, 3(3), 260-273.



2007

Rosenbaum, R. (2007). Australia and Symbolic Representation in the "Cartoon Controversy". International Journal of Comic Art, 9(1), 468-486.

Rosenbaum, R. (2007). Motomiya Hiroshi's The Country is Burning. International Journal of Comic Art, 9(1), 591-609.

Rosenbaum, R. (2007). The Generation of the Burnt-Out Ruins. Japanese Studies, 27(3), 281-293.

Rosenbaum, R. (2007). Ware ware ni nokosaieta bodai na sakka. Kan, 2007 (Autumn), 196-197.

Rosenbaum, R., Claremont, Y. (2007). Yakeato: An Introduction. Japanese Studies, 27(3), 279-280.



2006

Rosenbaum, R. (2006). Historical Revisionism in contemporary Manga Culture: From Subculture to Mainstream Art. 16th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) 2006, Canberra: Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA).



Rosenbaum, R. (2006). True Survivors: the 'yakeato sedai' in contemporary Japanese literature - towards a definition. 16th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) 2006, Canberra: Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA).

2005

Rosenbaum, R. (2005). Defamiliarising the Postwar: The Enigma of Oda Makoto. Japanese Studies, 25(2), 141-158


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