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Publications of Anne Allison    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. Allison, A. Precarious Japan. Duke University Press, October, 2013.
  2. Allison, A. Kiku to Pokemon: Guro-barukasuru nihon no bunkaryouku. Shinchousha, 2010. (This is the Japanese translation of my book, Millennial Monsters: Japanese Toys and the Global Imagination.)
  3. Allison, A. Permitted and Prohibited Desires: Mothers, Comics, and Censorship in Japan. Westview (HarperCollins), 1996. (Paperback edition, University of California Press, 2000.)
  4. Allison, A. Nightwork: Sexuality, Pleasure, and Corporate Masculinity in a Tokyo Hostess Club. University of Chicago Press, 1994.

Published Articles

  1. Allison, A. "Shakaisei no ima, kansei, kazoku, soshite nihon no kodomo ("Sociality Today: Sentiment, Family, and Japanese Youth")." Kobougaku 4: Kibou no hajimari: ryuudookasuru sekaide: The Social Sciences of Hope, Volume 4: The Beginning of Hope: In a World of Flux. Edited by Sciences, TIOS; University, T; Yuji, G; Uno, S.  vol. 4 (February, 2014.): 129-149.
  2. Allison, A. ""Shinjidai no Fuetesshu, Monsuta-, Soshite Tomodachi: Mireniamu (Shinseki) no Pokemonshihonshugi"." Media and Popular Culture. Edited by Tsuchiyua, R; Shunya, Y.  (February, 2014.).
  3. Allison, A. "Ordinary refugees: Social precarity and soul in 21st century Japan." Anthropological Quarterly  vol. 85 no. 2 (June, 2012.): 345-370. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  4. A. Allison. ""A Sociality Of, and Beyond, 'My-Home' in Post-Corporate Japan"." Sociality, New Directions. Edited by Henrietta Moore and Nick Long. New Directions ( 2012.).
  5. A. Allison. ""A Sociality Of, and Beyond, 'My-Home' in Post-Corporate Japan"." Cambridge Anthropology. Edited by Nick Long and Henrietta Moore.  vol. 30 no. 1 ( 2012.).
  6. Allison, A. "A Sociality Of, and Beyond, ’My-Home’ in Post-Corporate Japan." Sociality, New Directions. Edited by Moore, H; Long, N.  ( 2012.).
  7. A. Allison. "Shakaisei no ima, kansei, kazoku, soshite nihon no kodomo ("Sociality Today: Sentiment, Family, and Japanese Youth")." Kobougaku 4: Kibou no hajimari: ryuudookasuru sekaide: The Social Sciences of Hope, Volume 4: The Beginning of Hope: In a World of Flux. Edited by Todaishaken (Institute of Social Sciences, Tokyo University); Genda Yuji and Uno, Shigeki. Social Sciences of Hope vol. 4 (Summer, 2009.): 129-149.
  8. A. Allison. "Pocket Capitalism and Virtual Intimacy: Pokemon as Symptom of Postindustrial Youth Culture." Figuring the Future: Youth and Globalization. Edited by Jennifer Cole and Deborah Durham.  (Summer, 2009.). [PDF]
  9. Allison, A. "The Cool Brand and Affective Activism of Japanese Youth." Theory, Culture & Society  vol. 26 no. 3 (Spring, 2009.): 89-111. [repository]
  10. Allison, A. "The Attractions of the J-Wave for American Youth." Soft Power Superpowers: Cultural and National Assets of Japan and the United States. Edited by Yasushi, W; McConnell, D.  (Spring, 2009.).
  11. Allison, A. "La culture populaire japonaise et l'imaginaire global." Critique Internationale  vol. 38 (Winter, 2008.): 19-35.
  12. Allison, A. "Pocket Capitalism and Virtual Intimacy: Pokemon as Symptom of Postindustrial Youth Culture." Figuring the Future: Globalization and the Temporalities of Children and Youth. Edited by Cole, J; Durham, DL.  (August, 2008.). [repository]
  13. Allison, A. "New-age Fetishes, Monsters, and Friends: Pokemon in the Age of Millennial Capitalism." Japan after Japan. Edited by Yoda, T; Harootunian, H.  (Fall, 2006.).
  14. Allison, A. "The Japan Fad in Global Youth Culture and Millennial Capitalism." Mechademia. Edited by Lunning, F. Emerging Worlds of Anime and Manga vol. 1 no. 11-22 (Fall, 2006.).
  15. Allison, A. "Cuteness as Japan’s Millennial Product." Pikachu’s Global Adventure: The Rise and Fall of Pokemon. Edited by Tobin, J.  ( 2004.): 34-49.
  16. Allison, A. "Playing with Power: Morphing Toys and Transforming Heroes in Kids’ Mass Culture." Power and the Self. Edited by Mageo, JM.  (2002.): 71-92.
  17. Allison, A. "Cyborg Violence: Bursting Borders and Bodies with Queer Machines." Cultural Anthropology  vol. 16 no. 2 (May, 2001.): 237-265. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  18. Allison, A. "Ogetti e magia come valuta di scambio: Il Gioco Globale dei Pokemon." La Bambola e il Robottone. Edited by Gomarasca, A. Einaudi ( 2001.): 263-278.
  19. Allison, A. "Carne Furente: Bambole Guerriere Attraverso il Pacifico." La Bambola e il Robottone. Edited by Gomarasca, A. Einaudi ( 2001.): 145-178.
  20. Allison, A. "Memoirs of the Orient." Journal of Japanese Studies  vol. 27 no. 2 ( 2001.): 381-381. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  21. Allison, A. "A Challenge to Hollywood? Japanese Character Goods Hit the US." Japanese Studies  vol. 20 no. 1 ( 2000.): 67-88.
  22. Allison, A. "Sailor Moon: Japanese Superheroes for Global Girls." Japan Pop!: Inside the World of Japanese Popular Culture. Edited by Craig, TJ.  ( 1999.).
  23. Allison, A. "Cyborg Heroes Populate Popular Culture." Popular Culture in Japan and Outside. Edited by Slaymaker, D.  (1998.): 25-40.
  24. Allison, A. "Cutting the Fringes: Pubic Hair at the Margins of Japanese Obscenity Laws." Hair in Asian Cultures: Context and Change. Edited by Heitelbeitel, A; Miller, B.  (1997.): 195-218.
  25. Allison, A. "Producing Mothers: Production, Motherhood, and Schools in Japan." Re-imaging Japanese Women. Edited by Imamura, AE.  (1996.): 135-155.
  26. Allison, A. "Transgressions of the Everyday: Stories of Mother-Son Incest in Japanese Popular Culture." Positions  vol. 2 no. 3 (1995.): 67-499.
  27. Allison, A. "A Male Gaze in Japanese Children’s Cartoons, or, Are Naked Female Bodies Always Sexual?."   (1993.).
  28. Allison, A. "Dominating Men: Male Dominance on Company Expense in a Tokyo Hostess Club." Genders  vol. 16 no. 16 (1993.): 1-16. [Gateway.cgi]

Book Chapters

  1. Allison, A. "Tamagotchi: The Prosthetics of Presence." Millennial Monsters: Japanese Toys and the Global Imagination  (Summer, 2006.): 163-191.  [abs]
  2. Allison, A. "Japanese Mothers and Obentōs: The Lunch Box as Ideological State Apparatus." Permitted and Prohibited Desires: Mothers, Comics, and Censorship in Japan  (2000.): 81-104.

Book Reviews

  1. Allison, A. "Review of Tsukiji: The Fish Market at the Center of the World by Theodore Bestor." Monumenta Nipponica  vol. 60 no. 2 (Summer, 2005.): 288-290.
  2. Arthur Golden. "Memoirs of a Geisha." Education About Asia  vol. 5 no. 2 (Fall, 2000.): 42-44.
  3. Allison, A. "Review of Karaoke Around the World: Global Technology, Local Singing." Journal of Japanese Studies. Edited by Mitsui, T; Hosokawa, S.  vol. 26 no. 1 (Winter, 2000.): 169-173.
  4. Allison, A; Raz, AE. "Riding the Black Ship: Japan and Tokyo Disneyland." Monumenta Nipponica  vol. 55 no. 2 (Summer, 2000.): 315-315. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  5. Allison, A; Kondo, D. "About Face: Performing Race in Fashion and Theater." The Journal of Asian Studies  vol. 57 no. 3 (1998.): 806-806. [doi]

Papers Accepted

  1. Allison, A. "American Geishas and Oriental/ist Fantasies." Media, Transnationalism, and Asian Erotics. Edited by Mankekar, P; Schein, L.  (July, 2013.).

Preprints

  1. Allison, A. "Introduction to Special Issue on Children and Globalization." Journal of Postcolonial Studies. Edited by Allison, A; Grossberg, L.  vol. 6 no. 3 (December, 2003.).
  2. Allison, A. "Portable Monsters and Commodity Cuteness: Pokemon as Japan’s New Global Power." Journal of Postcolonial Studies. Edited by Allison, A; Grossberg, L.  vol. 6 no. 3 (December, 2003.).

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