Course Syllabus: HUMA 6001T: Comparative Perspectives on Chinese Animation (Daisy Yan Du, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

Download PDF By Daisy Yan Du Course Description:                    This graduate course is a comparative study of Chinese animation between the 1920s and 1980s. Located in an international landscape of modernity, this course will examine Chinese animation in relation to American, Japanese, and Soviet animations, thus providing an alternative perspective to current studies of Chinese … Continue reading Course Syllabus: HUMA 6001T: Comparative Perspectives on Chinese Animation (Daisy Yan Du, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

A Pedagogy of Animation in China

By Sean Macdonald With links to literature, art, performance, music, and classical cinema, animation is an incredibly rich medium. As I have noted elsewhere, animation is a reminder that representation is both signifier and signified, that representa­tion, as a system of signs, points to the object it represents and becomes in turn an object-in-itself. In the … Continue reading A Pedagogy of Animation in China

Course Syllabus: CHI 4930 ANIMATION IN CHINA (Sean Macdonald, University of Florida)

Download PDF  By Sean Macdonald   MAT   0115— T 7 (1:55-2:45)                                   MAT   0115— R 7-8 (1:55-2:45; 3-3:50) instructor: Professor Macdonald office hours: TR 4 (10:40-11:30) or by appointment office: Pugh 304 email: please use CANVAS (or for emergency seanmacdonald@ufl.edu) tel: 392-7083 Course Description This is a visual culture course that focuses on animation in China. Animation … Continue reading Course Syllabus: CHI 4930 ANIMATION IN CHINA (Sean Macdonald, University of Florida)