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Aoyama, Tomoko (2012). 『のだめカンタービレ』における笑いの要素. In 菅聡子 Satoko Kan, ドラージ土屋浩美 Hiromi Tsuchiya Dollase and 武内佳代 Kayo Takeuchi (Ed.), <少女マンガ>ワンダーランド (pp. 83-90) Tokyo, Japan: Meiji Shoin. 227 19
Aoyama, Tomoko and Fraser, Lucy Anime Japanese : course reader for JAPN3130 rev. ed. ed. Brisbane: University of Queensland * School of Languages and Cultures, 2015. 58 2
Aoyama, Tomoko (2006) Appropriating bush tucker: Food in Inoue Hisashi's Yellow Rats. Journal of Australian Studies, 30 87: 129-140. doi:10.1080/14443050609388056 143 1 0
Aoyama, T. (2001). A Room Sweet as Honey: Father-Daughter Love in Mori Mari. In R.L. Copeland and E. Ramirez-Christensen (Ed.), The Father-Daugher Plot: Japanese Literary Women and the Law of the Father (pp. 167-193) Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. 309  
Aoyama, Tomoko (2012) BL (boys' love) literacy: subversion, resuscitation, and transformation of the (father's) text. U.S. - Japan Women's Journal, 43 63-84. 108 5
Aoyama, T. (2000). Cannibalism, gastronomy and anorexia: A short history of eating in modern Japanese literature. In: A. Skoutarides, Japanese Studies: Communities, Cultures, Critiques: Power and Culture. Tenth Biennial Conference of Japanese Studies Assoc Australia, Monash University, (119-124). July 1997. 166  
Aoyama, T (2003) Childhood Reimagined: The Memoirs of Ogai's Children. Monumenta Nipponica, 58 4: 495-529. 79   0
Aoyama, T. (2002) Dietary patterns in (eds.) Encyclopedia of Contemporary Japanese Culture. 1st London: Routledge 40  
Aoyama, Tomoko (2008) Dismembered but not disembodied: The girl's body in Yumeno Kyusaku's stories. Asian Studies Review, 32 3: 307-322. doi:10.1080/10357820802294115 162 7 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Aoyama, T. (2002) Eating disorders in (eds.) Encyclopedia of Contemporary Japanese Culture. 1st London: Routledge 47  
Aoyama, Tomoko (2006) Embroidering girls' texts: Fashion and feminism in the fiction of Kanai Mieko. U.S. - Japan Women's Journal, 29 99-117. 213  
Aoyama, Tomoko (2009) Eureka Discovers Culture Girls, Fujoshi, and BL: Essay Review of Three Issues of the Japanese Literary Magazine, Yuriika (Eureka). Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in Asia and the Pacific, 20: 1-8. 719   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Aoyama, T. (2007). Father-Daughter relationship. In M. Flood, J. K. Gardiner, B. Pease and K. Pringle (Ed.), International encyclopedia of men and masculinities (pp. 189-190) London, United Kingdom: Routledge. 650 7
Aoyama, T. (1999) Food and gender in contemporary Japanese women's literature. U. S.-Japan Women's Journal, 17: 111-136. 240  
Hartley, B. T. and Aoyama, T. (2006). "For more than forty days" by Mizuno. Translated by Barbara Hartley and Tomoko Aoyama. In R. Copeland and M. Ortabasi (Ed.), The Modern Murasaki: Writing by women of Meiji Japan (pp. 311-318) New York: Columbia University Press. 153 3
Aoyama, Tomoko (2012) Girls in Shinseinen, Shinseinen for Girls: The early comic novels of Hisao Juran. Japanese Studies, 32 1: 39-60. doi:10.1080/10371397.2012.670102 76 2 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Aoyama, Tomoko (2009) Girls taking over the Humanities in Japan?. AUMLA - Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, Special Edition Refereed Proceedings of the 2009 AULLA Conference: The Human and The Humanities in Literature, Language and Culture: 65-77. 66   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Aoyama, T. (2008) Hisao Juran no tabi suru shojo-tachi: Girls on the road in Hisao Juran's fiction. PAJLS: Proceedings of the Association for Japanese Literary Studies, 8 354-364. 123  
Aoyama, T. (1999). Honorifics defamiliarised. In: Y. Nagata and K. Uchiyama, Are You Afraid of Teaching Grammar? Workshop Proceedings. Japanese Grammar Workshop: Are you Afraid of Teaching Grammar?, Brisbane, Australia, (64-67). 24-25 September, 1999. 62  
Aoyama, Tomoko (2011) ’Ibunka’ to shite no Nodame. Tokyo Zaidan Meru Magajin, 274 . 102  
Aoyama, Tomoko and Wakabayashi, Judy (2010). Identity and relationships in translated Japanese literature. In Carol Maier and Françoise Massardier-Kenney (Ed.), Literature in translation : Teaching issues and reading practices (pp. 101-116) Kent, Ohio: The Kent State University Press. 65 6
Kanai, Mieko, Aoyama, Tomoko (Trans) and Hartley, Barbara (Trans) Indian summer. Ithaca, NY, United States: Cornell University, 2012. 114 2
Aoyama, T. (2002) Inoue Hisashi in (eds.) Encyclopedia of Contemporary Japanese Culture. 1st London: Routledge 67  
Aoyama, Tomoko, Dales, Laura and Dasgupta, Romit (2015). Introduction. In Tomoko Aoyama, Laura Dales and Romit Dasgupta (Ed.), Configurations of family in contemporary Japan (pp. 1-5) Abington, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge. 33 4
Aoyama, Tomoko (2012). Introduction. In Indian summer (pp. ix-xiv) Ithaca, NY, United States: Cornell University. 62 6
Aoyama, Tomoko and Hartley, Barbara (2010). Introduction. In Aoyama, Tomoko and Hartley, Barbara (Ed.), Girl Reading Girl in Japan (pp. 1-14) Abingdon, Oxon., U.K. ; New York, U.S.A.: Routledge. 134 6
Aoyama, Tomoko and Roberts, Rosemary (2006) Introduction. Asian Studies Review, 30 2: 105-108. doi:10.1080/10357820600714207 74   0
Aoyama, T. (2008) Jane Austen and Kanai Mieko: Comic sisterhood. Hecate: An interdisciplinary journal of women's liberation, 34 2: 4-16. 128 2
Aoyama, T. (2002) Japan and Korea: Maximizing Australia's Asia knowledge Victoria (Australia): Asian Studies Association of Australia 43  
Aoyama, T. (1999). Japanese literary responses to the Russo-Japanese war. In D. Wells and S. Wilson (Ed.), The Russo-Japanese War in Cultural Perspective, 1904-05 (pp. 60-85) London: MacMillan. 69  
Aoyama Tomoko (2000) Literary daughters' recipes: Food and female subjectivity in the writings of Mori Mari and Koda Aya. Japanstudien, 12 91-116. 135 33
Aoyama, Tomoko (2012). Mad old Japanese woman writes back from an attic of her own. In: Peter Goodall, Refereed Proceedings of the 2011 AULLA Conference: Storytelling in Literature, Language and Culture. Congress of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association (36th, AULLA, 2011), Auckland, N.Z., (15-34). 7-9 February 2011. 134 3
Aoyama, Tomoko (2010) MIEKO KANAI. The Word Book, trans. Paul McCarthy.. Asian Studies Review, 34 4: 528-530. doi:10.1080/10357823.2010.528181 64   0 0
Aoyama, Tomoko (2015). Narratives of mother-daughter reconciliation: new possibilities in Japan. In Lisa Raith, Jenny Jones and Marie Porter (Ed.), Mothers at the Margins: Stories of Challenge, Resistance and Love (pp. 245-260) Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 39 2
Aoyama, Tomoko (2010) Nodame as "Another Culture". U.S.- Japan Women's Journal, 38 25-42. 121 5
Aoyama, Tomoko (2013) Nomizo Naoko and women's art against violence. Japan Forum, 25 3: 331-345. doi:10.1080/09555803.2013.804107 48 1 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Aoyama, Tomoko (2006) Nomizo Naoko: The "Eternal Girl" crosses boundaries. Asian Studies Review, 30 2: 109-122. doi:10.1080/10357820600714215 109   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Mieko, Kanai, Aoyama, Tomoko and McCarthy, Paul Oh, Tama!. Fukuoka, Japan: Kurodahan Press, 2014. 117  
Kawasaki, Kenko, Fraser, Lucy (Trans.) and Aoyama, Tomoko (Trans.) (2008) Osaki Midori and the role of the girl in Showa modernism. Asian Studies Review, 32 3: 293-306. doi:10.1080/10357820802299684 245   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Aoyama, T. (1999) Parody in contemporary Japan. Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Department of Japanese Studies Annual Report, 3 1-20. 122  
Aoyama, T. (2008) Performing father-daughter love: Inoue Hisashi's Face of Jizo. Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in Asia and the Pacific, 16 1-11. 94   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Aoyama, Tomoko (2015). Queering the cooking man: food and gender in Yoshinaga Fumi's (BL) manga. In Mark McLelland, Kazumi Nagaike, Katsuhiko Suganuma and James Walker (Ed.), Boys Love Manga and Beyond: History, Culture, and Community in Japan (pp. 233-252) Jackson, MS, USA: University Press of Mississippi. 139 1
Aoyama, Tomoko Reading food in modern Japanese literature. Honolulu, HI, United States: University of Hawai'i Press, 2008. 189 10
Aoyama, T. (2000) Review of Mirror: The Fiction and Essays of Koda Aya by A. Sherif. Japanese Studies, 20 3: 205-208. 64  
Aoyama, T. (2001) Review of Seeds in the Heart: Japanese Literature from Earliest Times to the Late Sixteenth Century by Donald Keene. Asian Studies Review, 25 4: 555-555. 96  
Aoyama, T. (2000) Review of Studies in the Comic Spirit in Modern Japanese by J. Cohen. Asian Studies Review, 24 2: 283-287. 56  
Aoyama, T. (2005) Review of The Art of Rice: Spirit and sustenance in Asia by R. W. Hamilton. Los Angeles: University of California Fowler Museum of Cultural History, 2003.. Asian Studies Review, 29 3: 323-323. 99  
Aoyama, T. (2001) Review of Woodblock Kucki-e Prints: Reflections of Meiji Culture by H. Merritt & N. Yamadai. Japanese Studies, 21 3: 312-313. 71  
Aoyama, Tomoko (2011). Revisiting 'Izumiya Dyers': Subaru, the father and the High Treason incident. In: Centennial Commemoration of the High Treason Incident - Looking Backward from Australia. A Centennial Commemoration of the High Treason Incident - Looking Backward from Australia, Gold Coast, Australia, (101-111). 20-22 August 2010. 89  
Aoyama, Tomoko (2013). Revisiting "Izumiya Dyers": Subaru, the father and the high treason incident. In Masako Gavin and Ben Middleton (Ed.), Japan and the high treason incident (pp. 117-128) New York, NY, United States: Routledge. 45 6

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