Dr Rayna L Denison


  • BS8 1LN

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Rayna Denison is Professor of Film and Digital Arts and Head of Department for Film and Television at the Unversity of Bristol. She is an expert in animation studies and contemporary Japanese cinema. He books include Anime: A Critical Introduction (Bloomsbury Academic 2015) and Studio Ghibli: An Industrial History (2023). Rayna has also edited academic collections including Princess Mononoke: Understanding Studio Ghibli's Monster Princess (Bloomsbury Academic 2018) and co-edited the Eisner Award nominated collected Superheroes on World Screens (University of Mississippi Press 2015). Rayna's academic articles can be found in journals like the Journal of Cinema and Media Studies, Velvet Light Trap, Japan Forum and the International Journal of Cultural Studies.  


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