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Proposition de bibliographie : les ouvrages en anglais

Même s’il ne nous a pas servi de source directe, il faut signaler le travail de Mikhail Koulikov, Online Bibliography of Anime and Manga research, disponible en ligne ici.

Bolton Christopher et Csicsery-Ronay Istvan, Robot Ghosts and Wired Dreams: Japanese Science Fiction from Origins to Anime, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 2007, 269p.
Brown Steven, Cinema anime, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, 248p.
Cavallaro Dani, Anime and memory : aesthetic, cultural and thematic perspectives, Jefferson, McFarland & Co., 2009, 204p.
Cavallaro Dani, Anime and the Art of Adaptation: Eight Famous Works from Page to Screen, Jefferson, McFarland, 2010, 222p.
Cavallaro Dani, Anime intersections : tradition and innovation in theme and technique, Jefferson, McFarland, 2007, 218p.
Cavallaro Dani, Magic as metaphor in anime : a critical study, Jefferson  N.C., McFarland & Co.  Publishers, 2010, 220p.
Cavallaro Dani, The Cinema of Mamoru Oshii: Fantasy, Technology And Politics, McFarland & Co Inc, 2006, 256p.
Cavallaro Dani, The art of Studio Gainax : experimentation, style and innovation at the leading edge of anime, Jefferson (C.), McFarland, 2009, 228p.
Clements Jonathan, The anime encyclopedia : a guide to Japanese animation since 1917, Berkeley, Stone Bridge Press, 2001, 545p.
Clements Jonathan, Anime: a history, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 256p.
Hu Tze-yue, Frames of anime : culture and image-building, Hong Kong, Hong Kong University Press, 2010, 228p.
Lamarre Thomas, The anime machine : a media theory of animation, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 2009, 385p.
Levi Antonia, Samurai from outer space : understanding Japanese animation, Chicago, Open Court, 1996, 169p.
Napier Susan, Anime : from Akira to Princess Mononoke : experiencing contemporary Japanese animation, New York, Palgrave, 2001, 311p.
Napier Susan Jolliffe, From impressionism to anime : Japan as fantasy and fan cult in the mind of the West, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2007, 258p.
Osmond Andrew, Satoshi Kon: The Illusionist, Stone Bridge Press, 2010, 96p.
Poitras Gilles, The anime companion : what’s Japanese in Japanese animation?, Berkeley, Stone Bridge Press, 1999, 176p.
Ruh Brian, Stray dog of anime : the films of Mamoru Oshii, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, 230p.
Schodt Frederik, The Astro Boy essays : Osamu Tezuka, Mighty Atom, and the manga anime revolution, Berkeley, Stone Bridge Press, 2007, 248p.
Steiff Josef, Anime and philosophy : wide eyed wonder, Chicago  Ill., Open Court, 2010, 288p.
Yokota Masao et Hu Tze-yue, Japanese animation: East Asian perspectives, Jackson, University Press of Mississippi, 2013, 256p.
Chang Yen-Jung, « Satoshi Kon’s Millennium Actress: A Feminine Journey with Dream-Like Qualities », Animation, vol. 8, no. 1, 2013, p. 85–97.
Walker Gavin, « The Filmic Time of Coloniality: On Shinkai Makoto’s The Place Promised in Our Early Days », Mechademia, vol. 4, 2009, p. 3–18.
Looser Thomas, « From Edogawa to Miyazaki: cinematic and anime-ic architectures of early and late twentieth-century Japan. », Japan Forum, vol. 14, no. 2, 2002, p. 297–327.
Lu Amy Shirong, « The Many Faces of Internationalization in Japanese Anime », Animation, vol. 3, no. 2, 2008, p. 169–187.
Miyao Daisuke, « Before anime : animation and the Pure Film Movement in pre-war Japan », Japan Forum, vol. 14, no. 2, 2001, p. 191–209.
Miyao Daisuke, « Thieves of Baghdad: Transnational Networks of Cinema and Anime in the 1920s », Mechademia, vol. 2, 2007, p. 83–102.
Otsuka Eiji, « World and Variations : The Reproduction and Consumption of Narrative », Mechademia, vol. 5, no. Fanthropologies, 1989, p. 99–117.
Price Shinobu, « Cartoons from Another Planet: Japanese Animation as Cross-Cultural Communication », Journal of American & Comparative Cultures, vol. 24, no. 1/2, 2001, p. 153–169.
Steinberg M., « Anytime, Anywhere: Tetsuwan Atomu Stickers and the Emergence of Character Merchandizing », Theory, Culture & Society, vol. 26, no. 2-3, 2009, p. 113–138.
Steinberg Marc, « Otaku consumption, superflat art and the return to Edo », Japan Forum, vol. 16, no. 3, 2004, p. 449–471.
Thomas LaMarre, « Speciesism, Part I: Translating Races into Animals in Wartime Animation », Mechademia, vol. 3, 2008, p. 75–95.