Animation: The Global World History
Maureen Furniss (Author)
The cultural, political and economic context and evolution of this dynamic industry
The book emphasizes both artistic and technical achievements from around the world – from Hollywood to Tokyo, from Moscow to Sydney.
Featuring a timeline for each of its six parts, Animation: The Global History provides readers with a clear and accessible chronology of events.
A ‘Global Storyline’, highlighting the major themes of the era, opens each chapter, and an end-of-book glossary defines key terms used throughout the book.
Maureen Furniss, PhD, is the program director of Experimental Animation at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), recently ranked the number-one school in the world for animation, where she teaches a range of animation history courses. She is the founding editor of Animation Journal (1992–present) and author of several books on the subject.
Hardcover, 464 pages
Published by Thames and Hudson Ltd (5 Jan. 2017)
28 x 3.2 x 22.8 cm