I’m very excited to say that, after working on this project for 2.5 years, I’ll finally be defending my Master’s project — “Balancing Grammar and Semantics in ‘Comics’: Global Structure in Sequential Image Processing” this coming Monday April 12th here at Tufts. The presentation will describe two experiments that together show converging evidence that the comprehension of sequential images — as in comics — uses a grammar, similar to the way that sequential words use a grammar. Here is my abstract in Haiku:

Image sequences
Grammar, Meaning — separate?
RTs, ERPs.

It is a public defense, so if you actually want to come, you’re more than welcome to email me for more info. A shortened version of this presentation will be what my talk is about at Comic-Con this year…


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