Amy Ratelle is the author of Animality and Children’s Literature and Film (Palgrave Macmillan 2015). She received her PhD in Communication and Culture, a joint programme between Ryerson University and York University, and degrees in Film Studies from Ryerson University (BFA), and Carleton University (MA). Her research areas include children’s literature and culture, animality studies, animation studies, and critical media studies. She has been Semaphore’s Research Coordinator since January 2013.
Posted on Mar 28th, 2015
Free 3D printing workshop for kids ages 9-13 at Bata Shoe Museum
April 18th, 19th, 25th or 26th
Learn how to 3D print! Join us at the Bata Shoe Museum for a workshop bringing ideas about…Read More
Posted on Jun 15th, 2013
On June 13th, 2013 the Technologies for Aging Gracefully Lab (TAGlab) paid a visit to Semaphore. Over the hour-long lunch meeting, both labs…Read More
Posted on Oct 22nd, 2013
Toronto branch of the Canadian Association for Girls in Science visits Semaphore to learn about electronics.
On Saturday 19 October, Semaphore hosted the Toronto chapter of the Canadian Association of Girls in Science (CAGIS) for a workshop on wearable computing.
The workshop…Read More