Editorial and Peer Review

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ADJUDICATION

Awards

2017, Adjudication Committee Coordinator, Norman McLaren-Evelyn Lambart Award, Best Scholarly Book on animation and film, Society for Animation Studies

2016, Committee Member, Norman McLaren-Evelyn Lambart Award, Best Scholarly Book on animation and film, Society for Animation Studies.

PEER REVIEWER 

Grants

2017, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), Insight Grant Program, Ryerson University.

Books/Manuscripts

2017, Routledge Hardback Monograph Programme: book proposal, edited volume (topic: fantasy and animation).

2016, Routledge Media and Cultural Studies series: book proposal, edited volume (topic: experimental animation).

2015, Bloomsbury Publishing, Film and Media Studies series: book proposal, monograph (topic: history of Disney and Warner Bros. war-time animation).

2015, Routledge Hardback Monograph Programme: book proposal, edited volume (topic: posthumanist analysis of childhood and pets).

2014, Routledge Media and Cultural Studies series: book proposal, monograph (topic: animation and emotional affect).

Journal Articles

2017, The Lion and the Unicorn

2017, Libri & Liberi: Journal of Research on Children’s Literature and Culture

2015, Children’s Literature.

2014, Children’s Literature Association Quarterly.

2005-2011, Animation Studies.

EDITORIAL

2011-Present, Editor, Animation Studies.

2013-Present, Associate Editor, Animation Studies 2.0.

2014, Editor-at-Large, Digital Humanities Now.

2012-2013, Editorial Assistant, Nineteenth Century Studies.

2010, Guest Editor, Animation Studies.

2009, Co-Editor, eTopia Selected Papers from Intersections 2009 Crisis: Critical Disruptions of Communication and Cultural Flows.

 

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