*Apologies for cross posting*

This week we are inaugurating Animation Studies 2.0's new permanent book review section with a review by Sam Summers of Christopher Holliday's
The Computer-animated Film (2018, Edinburgh University Press). You can read the review here:

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Finally, don't forget that Animation Studies 2.0 accepts for consideration on a rolling basis throughout the year posts reviewing from a theoretical perspective a recently completed animated work or explaining its genesis as well as reviews of animation-related books and reports of conferences and festivals. It is also possible to serve as a guest blogger. You can learn more here: 

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Dr. Cristina Formenti
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