Nissim Otmazgin

Nissim Otmazgin is Senior Lecturer and Director of the Institute of Asian and African Studies at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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Cover: The Anime Boom in the United States: Lessons for Global Creative IndustriesThe Anime Boom in the United States: Lessons for Global Creative IndustriesDaliot-Bul, Michal
Otmazgin, Nissim
PAPERBACK10/08/2019$25.00
Cover: The Anime Boom in the United States: Lessons for Global Creative IndustriesThe Anime Boom in the United States: Lessons for Global Creative IndustriesDaliot-Bul, Michal
Otmazgin, Nissim
HARDCOVER11/27/2017$39.95
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