- 306 pages
- Media of Serial Narrative
- Frank Kelleter
- 05 May 2018 Frank Kelleter
Media Of Serial Narrative, Edited By Frank Kelleter, Is The First Book Length Study To Address The Increasingly Popular Topic Of Serial Narratives Specifically, How Practices And Forms Of Seriality Shape Media Throughout The Landscape Of Popular Culture In Modern Entertainment Formats, Seriality And Popularity Can Seem So Obviously Connected That Scholarship Has Long Neglected To Address Their Specific Interrelations This Volume Looks Closely At The Relationship Between Seriality, Popularity, Media, And Narrative Form And Asks What Are The Structural Conditions Of Serial Stories Which Historical Circumstances Are Presupposed Or Supported By Series And Serials How Do Commercial Types Of Seriality Differ From Serial Structures In Other Cultural Fields Media Of Serial Narrative Focuses On Key Sites And Technologies Of Popular Seriality Since The Mid Nineteenth Century And Up To Today Newspapers, Comics, Cinema, Television, And Digital Communication Paying Close Attention To The Affordances Of Individual Media, As Well As To Their Historical Interactions, The Fourteen Chapters Survey The Forms, Processes, And Functions Of Popular Serial Storytelling With Individual Chapters By Frank Kelleter, Jared Gardner, Daniel Stein, Christina Meyer, Scott Higgins, Shane Denson, Ruth Mayer, Kathleen Loock, Constantine Verevis, Jason Mittell, Sudeep Dasgupta, Sean O Sullivan, Henry Jenkins, Christine H Mmerling, Mirjam Nast, And Andreas Sudmann, Media Of Serial Narrative Is An Exciting And Broad Ranging Intervention In The Fields Of Seriality, Media, And Narrative Studies.
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