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Book Chapters

Kataoka, Mai (2019) '「語りかける異質性」とその能動・受動の二元論を越える契機: アンガス・ウィルソンのみた英訳版『細雪』の最後の二行 [A Moment of Encounter, Absorbing Differences: How Angus Wilson Read the Ending of a Japanese Novel, The Makioka Sisters, in its English Translation].' In: Inaga, Shigemi, (ed.), 映しと移ろい 文化伝播の器と蝕変の実相/Utsushi and Utsuroi: Metempsychosis and Passage. Tokyo: Kachosha, pp. 547-573.

Kataoka, Mai (2017) 'マンガ翻訳の海賊たち: スキャンレーションにおける航海術をめぐって [When Manga Fans Become Pirates: the Art of Translating and Navigating Japanese Manga].' In: Inaga, Shigemi, (ed.), 海賊史観からみた世界史の再構築 : 交易と情報流通の現在を問い直す/Pirate's view of the world history : a reversed perception of the order of things. Kyoto: Shibunkaku, pp. 70-90.

Journal Article

Kataoka, Mai (2017) 'When Manga Fans Become Pirates: the Art of Translating and Navigating Japanese Manga.' International Symposium at the International Research Center for Japanese Studies: Proceedings, 50. pp. 25-31.

Kataoka, Mai (2017) 'The Art of Crafting an Image of Modern Japanese Literature: The Use of Visual Images to Promote Knopf’s Translation Program.' Proceedings of the Association for Japanese Literary Studies, 18. pp. 60-68.

Kataoka, Mai (2016) 'Emending a Translation into “Scrupulous” Translation: A Comparison of Edward G. Seidensticker’s Two English Renditions of “The Izu Dancer.”.' Sokendai Review of Cultural and Social Studies, 12. pp. 83-101.

Conference or Workshop Items

Kataoka, Mai (2019) Absorbing Differences through Translations: Angus Wilson and His Discovery of Modern Japanese ‘novel/ shōsetsu'. In: The 22nd Congress of International Comparative Literature Association, 29 Jul - 2 Aug 2019, Macau, China. (Unpublished)

Kataoka, Mai (2015) Translating ‘Beauty Languages’ into the Japanese Context: The Case of Global Brands’ Communications for Cosmetic Products. In: The 2nd East Asian Translation Studies Conference, 9-10 July 2016, Tokyo, Japan. (Unpublished)

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