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[Commlist] Palgrave Animation series launch

Mon Feb 24 19:58:49 GMT 2020

We are pleased to announce that the *'Palgrave Animation' book series launch event will take place on Thursday 2nd April at Arts University Bournemouth*
We have an Eventbrite page now for the event - please go here:
Palgrave Animation Book Series Launch <> Arts University Bournemouth is delighted to host the Palgrave Animation Book Series Launch

*You can book a (free) ticket for the event* - please do so if you plan to attend, as we need to monitor numbers

There will be an afternoon of presentations - people talking about their book or book chapter, with some people talking about new proposals they are working on - followed by a drinks Reception. The entire event should run from 1.00-7.00pm, approximately.

Details of some of the speakers follow below.

You can read more about the Palgrave Animation series here:

Also, by all means, please circulate this invitation to anyone you think might be interested in coming along. The event is meant to celebrate the work that is already (or about to come) out, but we are also interested in encouraging new ideas and new proposals.

Dr Caroline Ruddell, Brunel University: “The Palgrave Animation series – scope, aims, ambitions”
· Dr Lilly Husbands, Middlesex University: “Craft as Critique in Experimental Animation” (/The Crafty Animator: Handmade, Craft-based Animation and Cultural Value/) ​ · Carla Mackinnon, PhD student, AUB: “Autobiography and Authenticity in Stop-motion Animation” (/The Crafty Animator: Handmade, Craft-based Animation and Cultural Value/) ​ · Dr Malcolm Cook, Southampton University: “Introduction to Animation and Advertising” (/Animation and Advertising/) ​
· Dr Sam Summers, Middlesex University: “DreamWorks Animation: An Introduction” (/DreamWorks Animation: Intertextuality and Aesthetics in Shrek and Beyond/) ​ · Dr Kristian Moen, Bristol University: “Introduction to New York’s Animation Culture” (/New York’s Animation Culture/) ​
· Dr Joe Sheehan, Hull School of Art and Design: "Animators’ Studio Spaces" (new proposal) ​ · Dr Ewan Kirkland, University of Brighton: "LEGO and Animation" (new proposal) ​ · Dr Birgitta Hosea and James Walker, UCA Farnham: "Animation: Satire and Subversion" (new proposal)

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