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Stuart is a graduate of Flinders University in South Australia with a Bachelor of Languages Degree and an Honours Degree Bachelor of Arts. He is in the final month of his Master of Language Studies Degree.

Stuart is pictured here with his Honours Degree thesis investigation of la bande dessinée, specifically, the adventures of Tintin and his creator. Stuart has furthered his investigation of the literature in his Masters Degree thesis investigation of the stereotypes, representations, and controversies in the Tintin albums and other comic book literature.

Stuart can be booked as a keynote speaker at your event via this website.

Wednesday
Dec092015

Keynote Speaker at Oz Comic Con! 

Featured presenter at Oz Comic-Con - Adelaide April 18

OzComicCon in Adelaide attracted over 20,000 attendees during the two day event at the Adelaide Showground.

The annual convention of popular culture attracts fans from every genre, providing them with a unique opportunity to meet with many Hollywood actors that have been booked for presentations and autograph signings as well as a vast array of authors and memorabilia dealers, it's a weekend of all things social media!

"Here I am!" Time for a final rehearsal of my presentation before the doors open for day one of the pop culture festival!A most receptive audience for my presentation..

My guest speaking engagement today was the third in a series of literary presentations that I had conducted on the classic comic book hero - Tintin, where I discussed the socio-linguistic attitudes of the stories and the style of art of Tintin's creator - Hergé.

Sponsors.. If you are seeking to enhance the exposure of your business, please contact me via my sponsorship page and learn how I can promote your services, possibly leading to increased sales and profits! 

Best wishes and enjoy the 'post presentation' and race reports - Stu 

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