Referred Journal Articles
2019 Okabe, Tsugumi. “Global Partners against Crime: Rewriting Sherlock Holmes and Watson in Japanese Video Games.” Replaying Japan Journal, vol. 1, no. 1, 2019, pp.40-51.
2015 Okabe, Tsugumi. “Jane Austen in Translation: On Sisterhood and Romance in Mochizuki Reiko’s Sense and Sensibility.” Persuasions On-Line, Jane Austen Society of North America, vol. 36, no. 1, 2015.
2013 Okabe, Tsugumi. “From Sherlock Holmes to ‘Heisei’ Holmes: Counter Orientalism and Post Modern Parody in Aoyama Gōshō’s Detective Conan Manga Series.” International Journal of Comic Art, vol. 15, no. 1, 2013, pp. 230-250.
2018 Okabe, Tsugumi. “Rule Makers vs. Rule Breakers: The Impact of Legislative Policies on Women Game Developers in the Japanese Game Industry.” Feminism in Play, edited by Kishonna L. Gray, Gerald Voorhees, Emma Vossen, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, pp. 125-141.
Okabe, Tsugumi. “Starving Beauties? The Influence of Instagrammable Diet “Foods” on Japanese Girl Culture,” You Are What You Post: Food and Instagram, edited by Zenia Kish and Emily Contois, Bloomsbury Academic, (Chapter proposal accepted April 20, 2019).
Okabe, Tsugumi. “Combating Youth Violence: The Emergence of Boy Sleuths in Japan’s Lost Decade.” Mechademia: Second Arc, edited by Sandra Annett and Frenchy Lunning, University of Minnesota Press (Manuscript accepted October 7th, 2017).
Okabe, Tsugumi and Jérémie Pelletier-Gagnon. “The Politics of Play (Asobigokoro) in Boys’ Love Visual Novel Games.” Journal of the Japanese Association for Digital Humanities: Special Issue on Japanese Game Studies & the Replaying Japan Conference (Manuscript accepted April 7, 2017).
2015 Pelletier-Gagnon, Jérémie and Tsugumi Okabe, translator. “The Game Freaks Who Play With Bugs—In Praise of the Video Game Xevious.” By Nakazawa Shin’ichi, Kinephanos: Médias et Culture Populaire, vol. 5, no. 1, 2015.
2017 | Featured Blog | Okabe, Tsugumi. “What Does Teaching Excellence Mean to You? Some Reflections on Pedagogy and Curriculum Design.” The Quad: Where UAlberta Meets Online, University of Alberta.
2017 | Poetry | “First Impressions Matterって言うけどさぁ.” The Polyglot Magazine of Poetry and Art: Subjective Fashion, guest edited by Elena Siemens. Issue 2, pp. 10-11.