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Napier, Susan Jolliffe

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Personal name headingNapier, Susan Jolliffe
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Associated countryMassachusetts
Birth date1955-10-11
Field of activityJapanese literature--History and criticism Japanese--Civilization
AffiliationTufts University University of Texas at Austin University of Pennsylvania
Harvard University
Profession or occupationAuthors College teachers
Found innuc88-4024: Her In search of intensity [MI] 1984 (hdg. on MH rept.: Napier, Susan Joliffe; usage: Susan Joliffe Napier)
Her In search of intensity, 1984: t.p. (Susan Jolliffe Napier)
DAI: v. 45, no. 6, p. 1756-A (Napier, Susan Jolliffe, Ph.D., Harvard Univ., 1984)
Her Escape from the wasteland, 1991: CIP t.p. (Susan J. Napier) data sheet (b. 1955)
Devouring Japan, 2018: page xiii (Susan Napier is the Goldthwaite Professor of Rhetoric at Tufts University. Previously she held the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Chair at the University of Texas. She attended Harvard University for both undergraduate and graduate degrees)
Tufts University, Department of International Literary and Cultural Studies web site, February 6, 2019: (Susan Napier, Goldthwaite Professor of Rhetoric, ; Education: A.B., Harvard University; Major, East Asian Studies (1977); A.M, Harvard University; East Asian Languages and Civilizations (1980); PhD., Harvard University, East Asian Languages and Civilizations (1984) ; research interests: Japanese animation (anime) and comics (manga); Modern Japanese literature, popular culture, science fiction and fantasy; contemporary constructions of gender and the body; technology and culture.)
Wikipedia web site, February 6, 2019: (Susan J. Napier ; Susan Jolliffe Napier (born October 11, 1955) is a Professor of the Japanese Program at Tufts University. She was formerly the Mitsubishi Professor of Japanese Literature and Culture at the University of Texas at Austin. She also worked as a visiting professor in the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations at Harvard University, and in cinema and media studies at University of Pennsylvania. Napier is an anime and manga critic.)
Associated languageeng