volume 10, issue 2, P79-81 2015
DOI: 10.1177/1746847715594762
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Abstract: The main aim for the founding 10 years ago of animation: an interdisciplinary journal was, and continues to be, to enable authors to engage in academic dialogues that reflect on the interdisciplinary nature of animation. Founded at a time when there was an enormous gap between animation production and its critical academic counterpart, this gap, an opportunity, is now narrowing for a number of reasons: the three issues we publish each year, the marked increase in animation scholarship and publishing, and anima…

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