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http://users.bergen.org/ricwee/EE/sampleVA.pdf - The Role 21st Century Post-War
Japanese “Otaku” Culture Played in Influencing Takashi Murakami’s Artwork (Essay)
http://wlt.metapress.com/content/um784236g216208x/ - From Nuclear Nightmare to
Networked Nirvana: Futuristic Utopianism in Japanese Films of the 2000s (Journal)
http://books.google.co.uk/books?hl=en&lr=&id=ThfHNyM3f4C&oi=fnd&pg=PA173&dq=Japanese+Animator+%22Hayao+Miyazaki%22&ots=M_Zj
Hr5PAi&sig=y5xZCxazcPYevGEK_Hixt9F-WqY#v=onepage&q&f=false – The Reluctant
Messiah: Miyazaki Hayao’s Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (Book)
http://www.english.ufl.edu/imagetext/archives/v5_2/wegner/ - An Unfinished Project that
was Also a Missed Opportunity: Utopia and Alternate History of Miyazaki’s My
Neighbour Totoro (Online article)
http://gradworks.umi.com/14/54/1454009.html - Animating the Chaos: Contemporary
Japanese Anime, Cinema and Postmodernity (Thesis)
REFERENCES
PAN, Christina (2009). The Role 21st Century Post-War Japanese “Otaku” Culture
Played in Influencing Takashi Murakami’s Artwork. IB Extended Essay, Bergen
County Academies
HENDRIX, Grady (2010). From Nuclear Nightmare to Networked Nirvana: Futuristic
Utopianism in Japanese SF Films of the 2000s. World Literature Today, 84, 55-57
JOHNSON-WOODS, Toni (ed.) (2010). The Reluctant Messiah: Miyazaki Hayao’s
Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind. New York, The Continuum International
Publishing Group Inc.
WEGNER E., Phillip (2010). An Unfinished Project that was Also a Missed Opportunity:
Utopia and Alternate History of Miyazaki’s My Neighbour Totoro, [Online], Anime
and Utopia, Volume 5. http://www.english.ufl.edu/imagetext/
SUZUKI, Ayumi (2008). Animating the Chaos: Contemporary Japanese Anime,
Cinema and Postmodernity. MA Mass Media, Southern Illinois University at
Carbondale