II NarTrans International Seminar



28, 29 Y 30 APRIL 2015


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The Research Group on “Digital Cultures, Intermediality and Transmedial Narratives” and the NarTrans Project “Transmedial narratives: new techniques in audio-visual fiction, informative communication and performance in the digital age”, in collaboration with the Faculty of Communication and Documentation, the Faculty of Philosophy and Literature, the Department of Information and Communication and the Department of General Linguistics and Literary Theory, is organising the II International Seminar “Transmedial storytelling: new ways to create fictional worlds”, directed by Domingo Sánchez-Mesa Martínez. The seminar will take place at the University of Granada on the 28, 29 and 30 April 2015. With guest speakers, plenary sessions, round table discussions, project presentations and panel discussions. The main topics on the agenda are:

  • Intermediality and adaption in transmedial narratives

  • The creation of fictional worlds using a variety of media and platforms

  • Transmedia television: transmedial productions for television

  • Video games and transmediality

  • Literary practices relating to transmediality

  • Performativity and transmediality; performances, flash mobs, invisible theatre or happenings as part of transmedial productions

  • Transmedia communication and information, transmedia journalism

  • Interactive documentaries (i-docs): between non-fiction and interactivity

  • The NarTrans Project is organising this II International Seminar in order to promote wider and richer dialogue between researchers and practitioners in the field, by creating a mutually beneficial meeting place that will encourage the interchange of ideas and experiences. In addition to expert guest speakers on the topics listed above, the seminar is also putting out an invitation for proposals for panel discussions and presentations on transmedia projects.

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