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Santino Ciarma

Santino Ciarma is a graduate student in the Film Studies program at Concordia University’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. Santino also received his Bachelor of Arts at Concordia University in Art History and Film Studies. His research interests include transmedia studies of comics and manga and the transnational history of animation and anime industries. He is also interested in studying how fan practices and participatory cultures become extensions of these texts, particularly through digital platforms. Most recently, he has been researching the transnational history of technological shifts in animation production and the adoption of 3DCG technology in anime. He is currently an active member of The Platform Lab.

Concordia Fine Arts Scholarship (2020)

Supervisor: TBA

Thesis Title: TBA

Research Interests:

  • digital media 
  • transmedia studies 
  • television studies 
  • animation/anime 
  • fan studies 
  • platform studies 
  • transnationalism
  • industry studies


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