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Coates Jennifer

Coates Jennifer
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Papers (5):
  • Jennifer Coates. How to Be a Domestic Goddess: Female Film Stars and the Housewife Role in Postwar Japan. U.S.-Japan Women's Journal. 2016. 50
  • Jennifer Coates. The Fragmented Family on Film: Kinoshita Keisuke's Nihon no Higeki and the Antecedents of the Contemporary Fragmented Family on Film. Intersections. 2016. 39
  • Jennifer Coates. Pleasures of Recognition and Mediation in the Spectacle of the Nation. The London Film and Media Reader. 2015. 3
  • Jennifer Coates. The Shape-Shifting Diva: Yamaguhi Yoshiko and the National Body. Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema. 2014. 5. 2. 23-38
  • Jennifer Coates. Victims and Bystanders: Women in the Japanese War Retro Film. Journal of Media, War and Conflict. 2013. 6. 3. 233-248
Books (4):
  • Female Stardom and National Identity In Postwar Japan
    Blackwell 2017
  • Making Icons: Repetition and the Female Image in Japanese Cinema, 1945-1964
    Hong Kong University Press 2016
  • Revenger in Red: The Female Yakuza and Japanese National Image
    McFarland 2016
  • The Yakuza Film
    British Film Institute 2016
Lectures and oral presentations  (15):
  • Ri Kōran, Yamaguchi Yoshiko, Shirley Yamaguchi: Encounters across Space and Time
    (Encounters: Actions and Reactions - Approaches from History, Art, and the Field 2016)
  • Japanese Issues on Film: Looking at Gender Equality Through Cinema”, Guest Lecture
    (Doshisha University Guest Lecture 2015)
  • Mediating memory: The ‘presumed shared experience’ of war trauma in classical narrative Japanese cinema
    (Affect Theory: Worldings, Tensions, Futures, Millersville University 2015)
  • Masculinity and Fatherliness in Postwar Japanese Cinema
    (Bristol-Kyoto-Heidelberg Symposium, University of Bristol 2015)
  • Selling Gender Equality in Postwar Japan: Is Cinema Helping or Hurting?
    (Association of Asian Studies in Asia 2015)
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