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'Cool Japanese Men' Dr Brigitte Steger Publishes new book of student's work

last modified Jan 29, 2018 03:04 PM

Following the successful publication four years ago of Manga Girl Seeks Herbivore Boy: Studying Japanese Gender at Cambridge, we are delighted to announce a second book by our recent Japanese Studies graduates. Cool Japanese Men: Studying New Masculinities at Cambridge, edited by Brigitte Steger and Angelika Koch, is a collection of well researched and thoroughly up-to-date essays which explore what it means to be a ‘cool’ man in Japan today. 

The book is avilable to purchase online (see link below), or in the Faculty Library in the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies


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