Anika Kuzyk

MA Student

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Anika Kuzyk completed her BA at the University of Alberta in 2018 during which she majored in Japanese Language and Literature. Becoming fascinated with the horror genre and monsters in modern Japanese literature and how they reflect upon Japanese society she decided to pursue a MA in Asian Studies at UBC.

Anika is currently focusing her research on the topic of Japanese horror manga and the portrayal of monsters and the monstrous specifically in relation to the feminine and how these images reflect and affect Japanese society.


Anika Kuzyk

MA Student
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Anika Kuzyk completed her BA at the University of Alberta in 2018 during which she majored in Japanese Language and Literature. Becoming fascinated with the horror genre and monsters in modern Japanese literature and how they reflect upon Japanese society she decided to pursue a MA in Asian Studies at UBC.

Anika is currently focusing her research on the topic of Japanese horror manga and the portrayal of monsters and the monstrous specifically in relation to the feminine and how these images reflect and affect Japanese society.

Anika Kuzyk

MA Student
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Anika Kuzyk completed her BA at the University of Alberta in 2018 during which she majored in Japanese Language and Literature. Becoming fascinated with the horror genre and monsters in modern Japanese literature and how they reflect upon Japanese society she decided to pursue a MA in Asian Studies at UBC.

Anika is currently focusing her research on the topic of Japanese horror manga and the portrayal of monsters and the monstrous specifically in relation to the feminine and how these images reflect and affect Japanese society.