Jaqueline Berndt

Jaqueline Berndt


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Arbetar vid Institutionen för Asien- Mellanöstern- och Turkietstudier
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Besöksadress Roslagsvägen 101, Kräftriket hus 4 B
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Postadress Japanska 106 91 Stockholm

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  • Artikel Manga
    2020. Jaqueline Berndt. Print Quarterly xxxvii (4), 483-485
  • 2020. Jaqueline Berndt. Comic Art in Museums, 180-193
  • 2020. Jaqueline Berndt. Mechademia: Second Arc 12 (2), 83-101
  • Kapitel Manga Aging
    2020. Jaqueline Berndt. Spaces Between, 175-186

    Manga (as printed graphic narratives) has become an aging media with regards to reader demographics, technology, and business model; accordingly, series with elderly protagonists are seeing a boom in recent years. From the per- spective of intersectionality, the question arises how the potential age diver- sity relates to gender, especially in terms of manga’s traditional system of gendered genres. The comparison of two representative series—Kaori Tsuru- tani’s Metamorphosis Veranda (since 2017) and Yuki Ozawa’s Sanju Mariko (since 2016)—reveals how publication site (webcomic, print magazine) and a related foregrounding of genre-specific style effect demographic range. One stylistic device is the gutter, or mahaku [liminal time-space], which serves genre-specific nostalgia as well as affectively engaging page compositions in addition to closure.

  • 2019. Jaqueline Berndt. Shōjo Across Media, 1-21

    In order to provide a framework for the whole volume, this introductory chapter promotes a shift of methodological focus from shōjo (girl) as a category of social representation to shōjo mediations, considering not only media for and by actual girls, but also shōjo as character type, code, and taste category. Firstly, shōjo research inside and outside of Japan is recapitulated with due regard to changes in both mediascape and critical orientation. Secondly, it is demonstrated that the word shōjo assumes its specific meaning in relation to other, historically changing Japanese names for “girl” and the employed media. Finally, the volume’s individual chapters are introduced with particular regard to the conception of shōjo they apply, relating to Japanese and gender studies, genre theory, transcultural research on popular media, and performativity respectively.

  • 2018. Jaqueline Berndt. Arts 7 (4)

    The transcultural consumption of Japan-derived popular media has prompted a significant amount of academic research and teaching. Instead of addressing globalization or localization as such, this article investigates the interplay of anime research and the institution of Japanese studies and recurrent methodological issues therein, in particular, related to representation and mediation, intellectual critique and affective engagement, subculture and national culture.The inclination towards objects and representation in socio-cultural as well as cinema-oriented Japanese-studies accounts of anime is first introduced and, after considering discursive implications of the name animein Japan and abroad, contrasted with media-studies approaches that put an emphasis on relations, modalities, and forms. In order to illustrate the vital role of forms, including genre, similarities between TV anime and Nordic Noir TV drama series are sketched out. Eventually, the article demonstrates that the study of anime is accomodated best by going beyond traditional polarizations between text and context, media specificity and media ecology, area and discipline.

  • 2019. Jaqueline Berndt. Journal of Japanese Studies 45 (2), 471-475
  • 2017. Jaqueline Berndt. Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 86 (1), 67-74
  • 2018. Jaqueline Berndt. Orientaliska Studier (156), 6-14
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