Charles Exley

Charles Exley is associate professor of Japanese Literature and Film and Associate Director of the Film and Media Studies Program at the University of Pittsburgh.  His research interests include modern and contemporary Japanese literature, popular musical performance in the twentieth century, Asakusa opera, and film.  He is the author of Satō Haruo and Modern Japanese Literature and co-editor of the translation collection Old Crimes, New Scenes: a Century of Innovations in Japanese Mystery Fiction (June 2018).  His work on the Japanese Western and the politics of the remake appears in the latest issue of the Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema.

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