Assistant Professor KOPYLOVA Olga
- Graduate School Faculty of Arts and Letters
- In charge of Foreign Students
- Research, History
- Books, papers, etc.
Studies of Japanese Culture (Advanced Lecture) I / II
Studies of Japanese Culture (Special Lecture) I / II
- Personal History
2004 Finished Ust-Ilimsk Experimental Lyceum (Russia).
2009 Received a BA in translation and translation studies (with honors) at the Department of Oriental Languages, Irkutsk State Linguistic University (Russia). Major in English and Japanese, minor in linguistics.
2010 Guest researcher at the Department of International Cultural Studies, Utsunomiya University.
2013 Received an MA in international studies at the Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS), Utsunomiya University.
2016 Received a Ph.D. in manga studies at the Graduate School of Manga, Kyoto Seika University.
March 2017 Appointed to current position
- Ph.D. (Arts)
- Comparative media studies; global manga-anime fandom; modern and contemporary Japan; adaptation studies; narratology of popular media texts
- Research Subject
Transmedia storytelling (as well as similar development of other types of content) within popular culture, its specifics and potential;
Fan culture, international fandom, and fiction-based transmedia projects;
Media mix as a specific type of transmedia franchise
- Narratology; media mix; transmedia content development; adaptation; transmedia storytelling
- The Japan Society for Studies in Cartoons and Comics
- Academic Papers
"Media Mix as Adaptation: With Maeda Mahiro's Gankutsuō as an Example," Kyoto Seika University, 2015
"Трансформация стиля манги на примере адаптаций романа "Граф Монте-Кристо"" ("The Historical Transformations of Manga Style (with manga adaptations of The Count of Monte Cristo as an example)") （『日露マンガ研究』(Исследования манги в Японии и России), Ed. Potyomkina Julia, Comics Factory, 2017, 54-105 (in Russian)
MEXT Research Student Scholarship, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan. Utsunomiya, Kyoto.
April 2010-March 2016