in Japanese Civilization in the 21st Century, ed. by Andrew Targowski, Juri Abe, Hisanori Katō, New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2016, pp. 121–133.
2016_“Drawing, Reading, Sharing: A guide to the Manga Hokusai Manga Exhibition,” booklet published on the occasion of the world traveling exhibition Manga Hokusai Manga: Approaching the Master’s Compendium from the Perspective of Contemporary Comics, by The Japan Foundation
in Proceedings from the 2016 NAJAKS Conference at Stockholm University: Japanese Studies Volume, co-ed. by Jaqueline Berndt & Gunnar Jinmei Linder, ORIENTALISKA STUDIER #147, pp. 143–169. Print & Web.
Published in Special Issue “Manga Culture and Critique,” Kritika Kultura, a refereed electronic journal of literary/cultural and language studies, Ateneo de Manila University, No. 26, March, pp. 166–178. http://journals.ateneo.edu/ojs/kk/article/view/2243
“Shōjo manga kara mita GIRL: Sono Nihon de no juyō o sayū suru mediascape to minzokusei hyōgen [GIRL as shōjo manga: Mediascape and conventions for representing ethnicity swaying its reception in Japan],” in Josei manga kenkyū [Women’s Manga Studies], ed. by Ōgi Fusami, Tokyo: Seikyūsha, 2015, pp. 84–105.
Jaqueline Berndt, Manga: Medium, Art, and Material, Leipzig UP 2015 (collected articles, partly in German). Cover illustration: Christina Plaka.
ch.1_Teaching Manga Studies: The Case of KSU’s Graduate School
ch. 2_[in German] Traditionsbezüge: „Manga“, Bildrollen und Hokusai Manga
ch. 3_Historical Adventures of a Posthistorical Medium: Japan’s Wartime Past as Represented in Manga
ch.4_Takemiya Keiko: Mangaka with an educational mission
ch.5_[in German] Genji-Manga: Das „Asakiyumemishi“ im wissenschaftlichen Diskurs
ch. 6_Manga as “Literature”: Adaptations of Crime and Punishment in Japanese Comics (1953-2010)
ch. 7_Images to be “Read”: Murakami Takashi’s mangaesque paintings
ch.8_[in German] »Deutschland« im Manga: Ein parodistisches Terrain
ch.9_Magazines and Books: Changes in the Manga Market (co-authored with Enno Berndt)
in Drawing New Color Lines: Transnational Asian American Graphic Narratives, ed. by Monica Chiu, Hong Kong University Press, 2014, pp. 257–278.
ed., Nihon manga to “Nihon”: Kaigai no sho komikkusu bunka o shitajiki ni (Kokusai manga kenkyū 4) [Japanese manga and “Japan,” seen from the perspective of the respective comics cultures abroad] [Global Manga Studies, 4]. Introduction [individually authored], Kyoto: International Manga Research Center, 2014. Print & Web. http://imrc.jp/lecture/2012/06/4.html
(Proceedings of International Conference coorganized by Kobe University and Kyoto Seika University, June 2012)
co-ed., Nikkan manga kenkyū (Kokusai manga kenkyū 3) [Studies in Japanese manga and Korean manhwa, Global Manga Studies, vol. 3], co-ed. with Yamanaka Chie and Leem Hye Jeong, Kyoto: International Manga Research Center, 2013. Introduction [individually authored], pp. 1–9. Print & Web. http://imrc.jp/lecture/2011/10/3.html