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AIATSIS Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (Canberra, Australia) is an institution focusing on the cultures and lifestyles of Aboriginal and the islands of the Torres Strait. It drives academic research, publishes books and also keeps several collections of archives on...
Welcome event Psychology (Wintersemester 2020/21)
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Values and materiality
If social life is guided by a variety of values, sometimes conflicting, they become visible in the things that people produce, exchange and collect. How is the diversity of values diminished in the heterogeneity of the subject matter in order to give it a social consistency? How does the materiality...
Advertising and the Transformation of Screen Cultures
Advertising has played a central role in shaping the history of modern media. While often identified with American consumerism and the rise of the 'Information Society', motion picture advertising has been part of European visual culture since the late nineteenth century. With the global spread of a...
Religious experience in advanced modernity: comparative analysis of two Chilean films
Summary This article investigates the nature of religious experience as embodied in contemporary Latin American culture. With this in mind, he presented the study of two recent Chilean films (La passión de Michelangelo, 2012, and El Cristo ciego, 2016) featured by two characters with chronic charact...
RDV of IFEA: Presentation by Silvia Romio
“Next the way”. The construction of the political identity of the Awajún of the Peruvian Amazon (1920-1980) In the context of the “Rendees of the IFEA”, carried out with the support of the French Embassy in Peru and the IRD, Silvia Romio (EHESS, Paris) presented a conference at the Alliance Français...
TAQUIGRAFONÍAS: LA MÁQUINA DE ESCRIBIR EN EL ARTE Y SU APLICACIÓN EN DIFERENTES PROPUESTAS DE CREACIÓN SONORA
[EN] Taquigrafonías is a neologism created to enhance the sound identity of the typewriter in our creative work. The term was originated with the aim of highlighting the typewriter ability to access our memory, through your structural and sonic potential, and remembrances produces. When we say Taqui...
From text to Representation: receptions of La Femme rompue
The collection of new La Femme rompue was published just before the May 68 events in January of that year. The eponymous story appeared in the ELLE magazine in the previous autumn, illustrated by Simone de Beausee’s cadette sister, Hélène de Beausee. Despite poor critical reception, success is happe...
What are we talking about video storytelling?
Martin Ringot There are many studies on narration in video games. Early on, the Cahiers of Cinema addressed the issue by trying to show the proximity of the nascent medium to the cinema. It is true that video game often uses cinematographic language during these ‘cinematic scenes’ where the player c...
Scientific report on the Cinémarchives research programme
After three and a half years of work, a final report has been drawn up on all the activities of the research teams and on the results obtained: Scientific report on the Cinémarchives programme, 27 December 2007-27 June 2011 Games, state of play, objectives and problems: The main challenge was to dev...
“Ancient to Arts” Study Day (Lyon, 23 June)
Friday 23 June from 10 a.m. to 18 p.m., I co-organise * a day of studies on Jacques Rancière’s thinking and its relation to the arts (cinema, photo, theatre, literature, plastic arts). The opportunity to come back to this philosopher, which has become indispensable in contemporary fields, but whose...
Publication - cULTURE(S) EN MARGE
this collective book presents the work of young researchers studying international cultural relations and the emergence of a transnational cultural space in the various disciplines concerned by the field of cultural history: cultural, literary, gender, art, theatre, cinema, remembrance, sport, immig...
Sederholm, Carl H. & Weinstock, Jeffrey Andrew (sous la direction de), The Age of Lovecraft
the ambitious collective The Age of Lovecraft raises the question of Lovecraft’s wealth, postesity and popularity in contemporary culture. The book seeks to demonstrate that our time is indeed a ‘lovecraftienne era’ by introducing a detailed account of Lovecraft’s occurrences and quotations in philo...
Multilingualism and Power in Contemporary French Cinema
Dialogue in languages other than French has appeared in a select number of films throughout the history of French cinema. Yet not only is multilingual dialogue vastly more present in twenty-first-century French film, but the use of multiple languages to (re)negotiate power dynamics is a striking nar...
MAD movies and the fantastic screen: a story of French fantastic cinema prism in the specialist press (1977-1988)
In line with cultural history and reception studies, this memory questions the history of French fantastic cinema through two specialist magazines: MAD Movies and the Fantastic screen. While it is often a question of a renewal of this cinema today, different periods of its history remain unknown and...
Vincent CROGUENNEC, 16 februarie Romania (Observation Carnet) of a Romanian factory, 2017, The bubble box, 96p.
Vincent Groguennec left in Cluj in January 2007, a semester in exchange for ERASMUS as part of his studies in applied arts. At the other end of Europe there was a country that had not yet emerged from communism and, above all, an archaic, warm and open world of work for this great curious man. After...
MFF: [Inter] newspaper sections, #23 (2020)
We're glad to share the general call for papers for the issue 23 of [Inter]sections journal on American Studies. The journal looks for academic articles, reviews, and interviews relevant to the field of American studies. Its scope includes research in the fields of North American literature, history...
China's iGeneration : Cinema and Moving Image Culture for the Twenty-First Century
Collection of essays on twenty-first century Chinese cinema and moving image culture. This innovative collection of essays on twenty-first century Chinese cinema and moving image culture features contributions from an international community of scholars, critics, and practitioners. Taken together, t...
created by a former Baltimore Sun journalist, David Simon, and a former police officer, Ed Burns, and screened by great names of the American black novel, The Wire has become a worship. It is an effective tool for discussing and debating the issues around popular neighbourhoods, based on grassroots...
3D defective graphenes with subnanometric porosity obtained by soft-templating following zeolite procedures
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Cinema, society and architecture in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Cinema, society and architecture in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea: An engaged reading of the North Korean movie The Wheels of Happiness (2010)
Based upon the graduate seminar tought in 2014-2015 by Valérie Gelézeau at l’École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS), this essay tries to engage a reading of the North Korean movie 'The Wheels of Happiness' (2010). After an introduction briefly reviewing the condition of production and...
Research’Arts — event!
the Research’Arts collective is organising a two-day event in Paris entitled ‘And if I broadcast my research creatively?’ The programme is moving and eclectic: social science research will be presented in the form of artistic performances: theatre, films, banka, dance, etc. This is the details of th...
“I am happy to tell you, because I have never been asked to do so”. Armeniographies of conscripts in Algeria
There are testimonies of the Algerian war seen and experienced by the contingent soldiers: novels, memories, films, photographic reports, comic strips. Are these various documents self-explanatory or not? In most cases, they are not in the strict sense [...]. Moreover, it is likely that they will ha...
Bickford-Smith, Vivian & Mendelsohn, Richard (eds.). – Black and White in Colour. African History on Screen
film enthusiasts about Africa (and the warned cinepiles in general) as well as historians who have made their research object of the continent’s past will be happy with this volume in a relatively new field of research in the humanities and social sciences: film and history studies. The contributors...