Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL)
Sarah Sepulchre is professor at the Catholic University of Louvain where she mainly teaches cultural studies. Her main research field is television studies (TV series and transmedia). She develops studies on characters (in a narratological and gender perspectives), on transmedia (mainly reception studies in a sociological perspective). She has edited the book Décoder les séries télévisées (de Boeck, 2017).
Towards an Ordinary Transmedia Use: A French Speaker’s Transmedia Use of Worlds in Game of Thrones MMORPG and SeriesArticlesGame of Thrones (GoT) has become the most popular way of referring to a universe that was previously known under the title A Song of Ice and Fire by fans of fantasy novels. Indeed, thanks to its huge success, the TV series is now the most common entry into what is today a complex narrative constellation. Game of Thrones began as a series of five novels...Read more