Dr. Susan J. NAPIER

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Susan Napier
E-mail: susan.napier@tufts.edu 
Professor of Japanese Literature and Culture at the University of Texas at Austin, Susan Napier explores the cultural elements of anime and manga on both sides of the Pacific. Napier did her undergraduate and graduate studies at Harvard University and was a research student at Ochanomizu Women's University in Tokyo. In additional to teaching classes at Princeton and the University of London, she served as a guest lecturer at Harvard University.
Napier has written two books on Japanese literature, one focusing on Oe Kenzaburo and Mishima Yukio and the other on the history of Japanese fantasy literature. Her most recent book, Anime: from Akira to Princess Mononoke, investigates the impact of anime towards the end of the twentieth century. 
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