Query : Culture médiatique
- Goudmand, Anaïs92
- Besson, Anne66
- Letourneux, Matthieu21
- Langlet, Irène15
- Barnabé, Fanny13
- Antonutti, Isabelle11
- Huz, Aurélie11
- Sepulchre, Sarah7
- Bougon, Marie Lucie4
- Gauthier, Nicolas4
- Glinoer, Anthony3
- Lits, Marc3
- Artiaga, Loïc2
- Flitouris, Lampros2
- Gonzalez-Quijano, Yves2
- Grivel, Charles2
- Jauréguiberry, Francis2
- Marcou, Loïc2
- Communication Sciences95
- Art and Art History87
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences62
- Gender Studies61
- Musicology and Performing Arts57
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology56
- Cultural Heritage and Museology49
- Political Science22
- Classical Studies15
- Archaeology and Prehistory13
- Architecture and Space Management12
- Methods and Statistics9
- Economies and Finances2
- Environmental studies2
- Biological Anthropology1
Press or media, literature or media culture? Question of concepts
Pierre Bourdieu would like to recall, after Marx, that the texts do not travel with their context. It should be emphasised that, strictly speaking, they should be read in the context of their relative adjustment report, which is also in many respects their intelligibility and relevance. Calls also f...
From Jacques Lob’s Transperceneige and Jean-Marc Rochette to Snowpiercer by Bong Joon-Ho: a mutual inspiration between visual arts in the field of science fiction.
twenty years after the publication of the post-apocalyptic comic strip Le Transperceneige, created by Jacques Lob and Jean-Marc Rochette, the film Snowpiercer of Korean director Bong Joon-Ho went to the cinema in 2013. This is not an adaptation as such, but rather a real recreation, the change of me...
CFP: The Modern Day Fairy Tale in Film and Television (Deadlline May 14th)
The Modern Day Fairy Tale in Film and Television (Deadlline May 14th) SAMLA November 9-11th, 2012 contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Modern Day Fairy Tale in Film and Television (Popular Culture Panel) SAMLA November 9-11, 2012 Durham, North Carolina Fairy tales never seem to go out of...
The dual reality of the sports world
National audience The unprecedented engagement for sport is increasingly being invested, both financially and politically and symbolic. A major media celebration of globalisation, the latest football World Cup in South Africa once again revealed the dual reality of sport: on the one hand, the actual...
Calling into question the autonomy of the media field by the marabutic field in Senegal
Based on the general theory of Pierre Bourdieu’s fields, this study shows how media and political autonomy is nuanced, qualified, or even called into question by the ubiquitous presence of marabutic power, particularly in Senegal. The contours of the Senegalese situation were discussed with the stre...
Call: Possible utopies and worlds. The French speaking Belgian foresight story
Call for contributions Revue Textyles, No 47 (2015) possible Utopies et Mondes. The foresight story in French-speaking Belgium (before 30 November 2013) Numero led by Valérie Stiénon (Paris XIII University) Terre fertile in paralitteratures, familiar with imaginary literatures, seems paradoxically p...
Conference cycle: The year of comic strip at the College of France
"The comic strip, whether originating from pariétal art, the Biblia pauperum or the work of Rodolphe Töpffer, no longer needs to be defended. Its global spread, its constant dialogue with letters, painting, cinema, its extraordinary narrative and expression power, and the richness and variety of cre...
Parution: David Platten, The Pleasures of Crime. Reading Modern French Crime Fiction.
The Pleasures of Crime. Reading Modern French Crime Fiction. Platten, David Amsterdam/New York, NY, 2011, 269 pp. Pb: 978-90-420-3429-7 € 54 / US$ 73 For 150 years the French public and literati have enjoyed a love affair with crime fiction. This book investigates the nature of this relationship and...
Parution : "The Newsroom"
the Newsroom of Sorkin. Or Don Quichood journalist Laure Depretto Presses Univ. François Rabelais Collection “serial” Comme The West Wing (NBC, 1999-2006) had done so for politics, it was by showing the merits and spirit of those who made it alive that The Newsroom (HBO, 2012-2014) reinvented a draf...
Emulation Review No 30 — "How do games work in a company? Content, practices and playful mediations "
Issue of No. 30 of the Elementary Review: “How do games work in society? Content, practices and playful mediations "Number coordinated by Fanny Barnabé, Julien Bazile and Rémi Cayatte Editorial Coordination (within emulations) by Céline Mavrot DOI: https://doi.org/10.14428/emulations.030 presentatio...
Call: “Imaginary Renaissance”
imaginary Renaissance: the reception of the Renaissance in contemporary culture (twenty-first centuries) EPHE/University of Rouen, 1-2 April 2016 Comité d’organisation Mélanie Bost-Fievet (EPHE), Perrine Galand (EPHE), Louise Katz (EPHE, CNRS-IRHT) and Sandra Provini (CEÉdI/Rouen) Image Credits: Ass...
To be reported: Eugène Sue, General Correspondance, Volume 1
Response to be reported Eugène Sue CORRESPONDANCE GENERALE VOLUME 1 (1825-1840) Editated by Jean-Pierre Galvan Eugène Sue (1804-1857) is probably one of the most famous and poorly known writers of the nineteenth century. As a victim of his popular success and social commitment, he has sparked much c...
Study day: Press leaflets, BnF
The leaflets in the press 10 April 2021, 9h30-18h. Given the sanitary conditions, this event cannot take place in the presence of the public and will be broadcast on our Youtube channel and on this page on 10 April at 9: 30 Organised by the BnF Presentation: For a long time, the novel became establi...
Call for communication: Colloquium "These small forgotten video things: what perspectives for micro game studies? “(Lyon University 3)
Colloquium” These small forgotten video things: what perspectives for micro game studies? "7 and 8 April 2022 University Lyon 3 Deadline of Proposals: 15 October 2021 organised by Estéban Giner (CREM), Rémi Cayatte (CERTOP), Martin Ringot (CAER, MARGE) and Laura Goudet (ERIAC, U Rouen-Normandie) Tex...
Sarkozy Legislator. The law of the strongest?
on 8 January 2008, at one of his few press conferences, Nicolas Sarkozy announced the total abolition of advertising on public television. The surprise was general, including for the Minister of Culture, Christine Albanel, about this project suggested by the President’s unofficial advisor, Alain Min...
Parution: Fan/Gender Studies
Fan studies gender studies : la rencontre, Editions du Téraèdre, 2017, dir. Mélanie Bourdaa et Arnaud Alessandrin La rencontre entre fan studies et gender studies, largement engagée dans le monde académique anglo-saxon, a très tôt permis d’analysé les activités de fans au prisme du genre, en mobili...
Comics and Cultural Theory
the journal Studies in Comics is launching a call for communication entitled: “Comics” Cultural Theory. This proposal invites researchers to put their work on the comic strip into a broader horizon: the study of culture, whether it is described as ‘mass’, ‘popular’ or ‘media’... The emphasis is clea...
From the newspaper illustrated to the modern magazine: the weekly VU (1928-1940), an effort to moderate the forerunner?
the weekly VU (1928-1940) is known for its pioneering iconography and pioneer role in the history of photojournalism. The study presents it at the heart of an international network of artists and typographs linking it to the Union of Artistes Modernes, the Bauhaus and the New Typegraphy, and innovat...
Nathalie Prince (Le Mans University)
Senior lecturer in LGC at the University of Maine (Le Mans) Research Domains: — Fantastic literature — Decadent Litterature — Childhood and Youth Litteratures — Unions of fantastic. Single character test in fantastic literature of the late nineteenth century, Paris, L’Harmattan, Literary Critic Coll...
Publication: Dumas criticises
DUMAS Critic performance under the leadership of Julie ANSELMINI 264 p, 2013 Media Collection ISBN: 978-2-84287-600-5 you know Dumas father as a romancier, dramaturge, contour and journalist. On the other hand, it is generally considered that it has nothing to do with a theorist and that his work, w...
Seminar “History of imaginaries (XIXth centuries)” (Paris-Sorbonne)
History of imaginaries (xix/xxth centuries) Seminar M2/doctorat by Professor Dominique Kalifa Mardi 17h-19h, Sorbonne, room Picard Ouvert to Master’s 2 students, doctoral candidates and all interested researchers, this seminar continues the longstanding reflection on the links between culture, repre...
Click: the development of an innovative media in the French ecosystem
Lancé in 2013, Clique gained some visibility in the French media landscape in six years. With a strong focus on urban culture and in particular its music component, Clique was first a short-lived weekly broadcast on Canal (the media publishing group) and then focused on the Internet on a long-term...
Roxane Petit-Rasselle (West Chester University of Pennsylvania)
Deputy Professor Research Domains: 19th century — Alexander Dumas father. Mythic in Dumas (mythical elements and literary myths).
Call: The worlds of the performance in the nineteenth century
The worlds of SPECTACLE in the nineteenth SIÈCLE FOR CONTRIBUTION Société des Études romantiques et Dix-Polemiste (www. etudes-romantiques.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr) Call for communications La SERD will organise its biennial Congress in Paris in the first quarter of 2014: The worlds of performance in the 19t...
Rencontres Frankenstein (Fondation Dosne-Thiers, 23-24 novembre 2018)
2018 est le bicentenaire de la première publication, anonyme, de Frankenstein ou le Prométhée moderne par Mary Shelley : c’est l’occasion d’interroger les postérités d’une œuvre majeure du XIXe siècle, qui a été constamment réécrite et réinventée depuis. En effet, Frankenstein est rapidement devenu...