Kinema Club pleased to announce the publication of the new book Media Convergence in Japan, co-edited by Jason G. Karlin and Patrick W. Galbraith. This collection of essays explores the convergences and divergences arising from the digital transition in Japanese media culture.
Kinema Club is primarily an organization for networking and sharing knowledge, but it has also been a site for generating and publishing research. In addition to the reports, notes, and articles on this site, Kinema Club has also published books electronically and on paper.
The Pink Book
The Japanese Eroduction and Its Contexts
Edited by Abé Mark Nornes
With essays by Roland Domenig, Kimata Kimihiko, Kirsten Cather, Yuriko Furuhata, Julian Stringer, Andrew Grossman, Sharon Hayashi, Miryam Sas, Michael Arnold, Peter Alilunas and Donald Richie. Also features a fascinating collection of photographs from Tsuda Ichiro’s The Location.
In Praise of Film Studies: Essays in Honor of Makino Mamoru.
Edited by Aaron Gerow and Abé Mark Nornes. (Kinema Club, 2001)