Jacqueline BERNDT

Stockholm University (Sweden)

Jacqueline BERNDT holds a first degree in Japanese Studies (1987) and a PhD in Aesthetics/Art Theory from Humboldt University Berlin (1991); she is now Professor in Japanese Culture at Stockholm University. Informed by visual culture, popular media, and exhibition/museum studies, her teaching and research focuses on manga as graphic narratives, anime, and modern Japanese art. Current interests are area studies as media studies, media specificity within media ecologies, and aesthetic materialities of contemporary manga and anime.

Personal website: https://jberndt.net

 

Participation in MUTUAL IMAGES RESEARCH ASSOCIATION events

 

MUTUAL IMAGES 1st International Worskhop (2013) :

Exporting young Japan between text and image

Guest Speaker (at the Kyoto International Manga Museum)

"‘Locally Global: Introduction to the Kyoto International Manga Museum"

MUTUAL IMAGES 3rd International Workshop (2015):

Japanese Pop Cultures in Europe Today: Economic Challenged, Mediated Notions, Future Opportunities

Guest Discussant