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By Tim Callahan, Brian Lynch, Mike White, Chris Houghton, Bill Alger, Shane Houghton, Scott Neely, Powree, Chris Ruggia, Scipio Garling, Anthony D. Lee, Troy Wilson, Mike Maihack, Kari-Lynn Winters, John Mundt, Jonathon Dalton, Oliver Knoerzer, Clayton Hanme

PANELS FOR PRIMATES JUNIOR is a charity anthology of primate-themed all-ages comics, prose, and representation, with contributions from veteran creators and gifted rookies alike, assembled via Troy Wilson. Proceeds from this anthology visit gain the Primate Rescue middle in Nicholasville, KY, a nationally revered sanctuary housing greater than 50 primates, together with eleven chimpanzees. The organization's paintings has been featured within the award-winning e-book Animal Underworld, by way of investigative journalist Alan eco-friendly and the heart for Public Integrity, within the journal Animals' schedule (now Animals and Society Institute), on tv and in newspapers national.

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In Hall’s words, ‘identification is … a construction, a process never completed – always “in process” … conditional, lodged in contingency … it requires discursive work, the binding and marking of symbolic boundaries, the production of “frontier-effects”. It requires what is left outside, its constitutive outside, to consolidate the process’ (2–3). Identities, Hall states, are ‘produced in specific historical and institutional sites, within specific discursive formations and practices, by specific enunciative strategies.

The first hurdle this joke places in front of any listener is the name Dawn French. If that has no connotations, and it suggests no kind of pun or other purely verbal play, then the joke dies then and there. You need to know who she is to book your space in this joke’s sinister playground. The joke thus only works for British listeners, or non-British listeners aware that Dawn French is an acclaimed and successful comedian, writer and actress. This is still not enough to make the joke work, since that description would also fit Jennifer Saunders, French’s partner in many projects, but ‘What do you call a dog with a spade up its arse?

Most of the time, needless to say, it oscillates between those poles, and its exact position in that spectrum shifts constantly, depending on content, context and the standpoint from which it is viewed. Above all else, comedy is an invitation to belong. In Hall’s framework, the security, reassurance and stability promised by belonging are deceptive: you may place yourself (or be placed) in a group or body or culture or subculture or class or gender or ethnicity or nation or minority or fellowship or identity through a declaration or an assignation of belonging, but that placing will always remain temporary, contingent, fluid and contested.

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