To be Continued, 2: Defining, Producing, Performing, Consuming, and Theorizing Serials and Adaptations
A Free 2- Day Online Symposium
September 22–23, 2022
Organizers: Julie Grossman (Le Moyne College), Thomas Leitch (University of Delaware), Iain Robert Smith (King’s College), Constantine Verevis (Monash University)
This two-day Zoom symposium, hosted by the University of Delaware, brings scholars of adaptation and seriality into an open conversation with one another, not by recommending a single master set of terms or procedures for adaptation and seriality, still less by seeking to absorb either one of them into the other, but rather by raising questions of common concern to both fields and encouraging practitioners in both to share their views and facilitate collaboration.
The symposium features four x 75-minute roundtables, held over two days, September 22–23, 2022.
Each roundtable begins with brief presentations of 5-7 minutes by scholars of seriality and adaptation, followed by a discussion in which panelists and attendees are invited to participate.
You can register for the event and read more about specific panels here: https://www.monash.edu/arts/media-film-journalism/to-be-continued-2
Videos from the 2021 To be Continued symposium can be viewed here: https://www.monash.edu/arts/media-film-journalism/to-be-continued/about-the-symposium
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