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Ellis Tinios

Ellis Tinios

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Ellis Tinios is Honorary Lecturer in the School of History, University of Leeds, and special assistant to the Japanese Section of the Department of Asia, British Museum. His recent publications include: Kawamura Bumpô: Artist of the Two Worlds (2003); 'Diversification and Further Popularization of the Full-colour Woodblock Print, c.1804-68' in The Hotei Encyclopedia of Japanese Woodblock Prints (2005); 'Encountering Japanese Erotic Books' in Japanese Erotic Fantasies: Sexual Imagery in the Edo Period (2005); 'The Fragrance of Female Immortals: Celebrity Endorsement from the Afterlife' in Impressions 27 (2005-6) and 'Warrior Prints and the Double-edged Sword of Loyalty' in Competition and Collaboration: Japanese Prints of the Utagawa School (2007). He has taught courses at RBS since 2004.

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