Otmazgin N. Soft Powering Popular Culture: Discourse and Policy Making in Japan's Content Industries. In: Japan's Internationalization. Springer ; 2017.
and Otmazgin DBN. The Rise and Fall of the Anime Boom in the US: Lessons for Global Creative Industries. Harvard University Asia Center Press; 2017. anime_boom.jpg
Jooyeon R, Nissim O. Expanding Transnational Dialogue in Asia through Hallyu. Japan Focus [Internet]. 2016;14 (7). Publisher's Version
Rewriting History in Manga: Stories for the Nation
Otmazgin Nissim and Suter Rebecca E. Rewriting History in Manga: Stories for the Nation. Palgrave Macmilian; 2016. Publisher's VersionAbstract

his book analyzes the role of manga (Japanese comics) within contemporary Japanese public discourse, and explores its role in propagating new perceptions regarding Japanese history. Through the analysis of a variety of cases studies ranging from nineteenth century magazines to contemporary online comics and fandom, it focuses on the representations and interpretations of history in manga, and clarifies this medium’s interrelation with historical memory and political debate. Stories for the Nation delineates alternative modes of historical memory and expression as they are manifested and contested in manga, and argues for manga's potential to influence the historical and political views of wide audiences in Japan.

Otmazgin N. A New Cultural Geography of East and Southeast Asia: Imagining a 'Region' through Popular Culture. Japan Focus [Internet]. 2016. Publisher's Version
Otmazgin N. Introduction: Manga as 'Banal Memory'. In: Stories for the Nation: Rewriting History in Manga, edited by Nissim Otmazgin and Rebecca Suter. Palgrave-Macmillan ; 2015.
Otmazgin N ed. Popular Culture Regionalization in East Asia and What This Means to Japan. In: Japan Viewed from Interdisciplinary Perspectives: History and Prospects, edited by Yoneyuki Sugita. Lexington Books ; 2015.
Otmazgin N. Staying Relevant: the Impact of the New Media on Asia's Media Industries. In: The Routledge Handbook of New Media in Asia, edited by Hjorth, Larissa and Khoo, Olivia. Routledge ; 2015.
Otmazgin N. Americanization and Democratization: Cultural Aspects of Japanese Democracy. In: Nissim Otmazin, Sigal Galanti AL Japan's Multilayered Democracy. Lexington Books ; 2014.
Otmazgin N, Dal JY. The Emergence of Asia's Cultural Industries: Policies, Strategies, and Trajectories. Pacific Affairs. 2014.
Japan's Multilayered Democracy
Sigal Ben-Rafael Galanti, Nissim Otmazgin AL. Japan's Multilayered Democracy. Lexington Books; 2014.
Otmazgin N, Ben-Ari E. Popular Culture and Multiculturalism in East Asia: Market-led Visions of Incorporating Diversity?. In: Goh D Worlding Multiculturalism: The Politics of Inter-Asian Dwelling. London: Routledge ; 2014.
Otmazgin N. Popular Culture and Political Psychology: Lessons from Asia. In: Magioglou T Culture and Political Psychology: A Societal Perspective. Scottsdale: Information Age Publishing ; 2014.
Otmazgin N. A Regional Gateway: Japanese Popular Culture in Hong Kong, 1990-2005. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies . 2014.
Otmazgin N. Anime in the US: The Entrepreneurial Dimensions of Globalized Culture. Pacific Affairs. 2014;84 (1).
Otmazgin N, Young JD. The Emergence of Asian Cultural Industries. Pacific Affairs. 2014;84 (1).
Regionalizing Culture: the Political Economy of Japanese Popular Culture in Asia
Otmazgin N. Regionalizing Culture: the Political Economy of Japanese Popular Culture in Asia. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.; 2014. Additional information about the book on the website of University of Hawaii PressAbstract
Otmazgin N. History and Theory in the Study of Cultural Collaboration. In: Ben-Ari E Popular Culture Co-Productions and Collaborations in East and Southeast Asia. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press ; 2013.
Otmazgin N. Meta-narratives of Japanese Popular Culture and of Japan in Different Regional Contexts: Perspectives from East Asia, Western Europe, and the Middle East. In: Koma K Representation of Japanese Contemporary Popular Culture in Europe. Vytautas: Vytautas Magnus University ; 2013. pp. 83-94.
Otmazgin N, Lyan I. Hallyu Across the Desert: K-pop Fandom in Israel and Palestine. Cross Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review. 2013;(9) :68-89.