Recent and forthcoming talks and publications
[Last update: 7-2-17]
ChF nowadays posts preprints of articles and chapters on Researchgate and on Academia.edu.
Occasionally, news will still be posted here.
ChF still regularly updates the bibliography on this blog/site.
PLANNED PUBLICATIONS/WORK IN PROGRESS:
Assimakis Tseronis and ChF hosted,, together with Chiara Pollaroli, a panel on visual argumentation at the IPrA conference 2015 in Antwerp. Selected papers are planned to be published in *International Review of Pragmatics* in 2017.
Assimakis Tseronis and ChF have moreover submitted the ms. of an edited volume provisionally called *Multimodal Argumentation and Rhetoric in Media Genres* at Benjamins in the Winter of 2016/2017. The ms. is currently being reviewed.
FORTHCOMING PUBLICATIONS AND OTHER WORK:
ChF, “From image schema to metaphor in discourse: The FORCE schemas in animation films.” In: Beate Hampe (ed.), Metaphor: From Embodied Cognition to Discourse. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Doi: 10.1017/1108182324. Planned for publication in August 2017.
Cornevin, Vanessa, and ChF. “From metaphor to allegory: the Japanese manga Afuganisu-tan.” Accepted by *Metaphor and the Social World* (planned for publication in September 2017).
ChF (submitted). “Interactive documentary and its limited opportunities to persuade.” For “Media Evolution and Genre Expectations” issue of *Discourse, Context and Media* (guest editors: Tuomo Hiippala & Chiao-I Tseng). Planned for 2017.
Under the supervision of ChF, Roel Bogers, Tina de Groot, Marion van der Poel, and Nienke Schipper, made a short (2'31") educational animation film called "The art of storytelling (part II, June 2016): places,” which can be accessed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdlSrpvjIEQ. Part I focuses on characters.
The next film in the series (on "time") is envisaged for 2017,
ChF is working on a monograph applying Relevance Theory to mass-communicative pictures/visuals. Its working title is *Visual and Multimodal Communication: A Pragmatic Model.*
Category Archives: Emotions (Abstracts)
Abbott, Michael, and Charles Forceville (2011). “Visual representations of emotion in manga: loss of control is loss of hands in Azumanga Daioh volume 4.”
(2011). “Visual representations of emotion in manga: loss of control is loss of hands in Azumanga Daioh volume 4.” Language and Literature 20(2): 91-112. DOI 10.1177/096394701 1402182 Abstract: Comics and manga have many ways to convey the expression of emotion, … Continue reading
“Relevanz und Prägnanz: Kunst als Kommunikation.” Translated by Martina Plümacher. Zeitschrift für Semiotik 31(1-2): 31-63. English abstract: The elusive German concept “prägnanz,” used as a form of praise for artistic representations, pertains to the aesthetic and emotional impact on its … Continue reading