SecondStorySunlight Laetitia Molenaar smallWHAT DO PICTURES DO?

REMEDIATING IMAGES / L’IMAGE REMÉDIATISÉE

Dossier dirigé par Mathilde Arrivé (EMMA), Nicolas Labarrre (CLIMAS) et Héléna Lamouliatte-Schmitt (CLIMAS)

Illustration: Laetitia Molenaar, Second Story Sunlight.

 

Ce dossier est dédié à la mémoire de notre regretté collègue et ami François Brunet, disparu le 25 décembre 2018, qui a œuvré activement au développement des études visuelles en France. Il avait participé en tant que Keynote Speaker au colloque « Remediation » dont est issu le présent dossier. C’est avec émotion et reconnaissance que nous publions aujourd’hui son article, en souvenir de sa passion pour l’image, de son engagement dans la recherche et de sa pensée d’une intensité hors du commun.

This collection of articles is dedicated to the memory and academic legacy of our colleague and friend François Brunet, who passed away on December 25th, 2018. François Brunet made a significant contribution to the development of visual studies in France. He was one of the Keynote Speakers for the 2017 Remediation conference that paved the way for this publication. It is with great emotion and gratitude that we publish his article today as a tribute to his passion for images, his commitment to research, and his truly outstanding and pioneering work. 

 

Mathilde ARRIVÉ

Introduction: Remedying Remediation? [read online] or [download as PDF]

 

Jan BAETENS

Remediation in the Era of Hybridization: The Example of the Film Photonovel [abstract and PDF]

 

François BRUNET

Reproduction as Remediation? The Case of Nineteenth-century Photography [abstract and PDF]

 

Côme MARTIN

Print as Remediation for the Multimedia? Elasticity of Multimodal Narratives [abstract and PDF]

 

Camille ROUQUET

Shaping the Notion of Media Influence: the Remediated Images of the Vietnam War [abstract and PDF]

 

Véronique HA VAN

What Does Sculpture Do? From Photographs to Statues: Remediating Memory and Remedying the Past” [abstract and PDF]

 

Ernst VAN ALPHEN

Immediacy versus Hypermediacy, Straight versus Un-straight: Staged Photography as Remediation [abstract and PDF]

 

Denis VIVA

Oversimplification as Remediation: Roy Lichtenstein’s Paintings and 1960s Comics [abstract and PDF]

 

 

 

 

imageDossier 1 : Diasporas et migrations asiatiques aux États- Unis. Traumatismes de guerre et écritures féminines

Dossier dirigé par Nicole OLLIER (Université Bordeaux Montaigne).

Image: First-graders, some of Japanese ancestry, at the Weill public school, San Francisco, Calif., pledging allegiance to the United States flag, 1942 (LOC)

 

Nicole OLLIER

Avant-propos [Lire en ligne] [PDF]

 

Michel BRUNEAU

Introduction : diaspora ou communauté transnationale ? [Lire en ligne] 

 

Nicoleta ALEXOAE ZAGNI

Yan Geling’s Fusang—The “Who” and “Where” of “Fifth-Generation Immigrant” Writing. [Lire en ligne] 

a child s imaginationNuméro dirigé par Stéphanie Durrans et Sarah Dufaure (Université Bordeaux Montaigne), avec une introduction par Sirpa Salenius (University of Eastern Finland).

Illustration de Shane Gallagher, utilisée avec l'aimable permission de l'auteur.

 

 

Sirpa SALENIUS

Introduction: Giving the Child a Voice [Lire en ligne] [Télécharger le PDF]

Repro peinture Enclave sBorrowing from a wide range of disciplines—philosophy, sociology, history, cinema, postcolonial, and literary studies—these essays reflect on the notion of enclave in history and the arts in the English-speaking world. Earlier versions of these essays were presented at the “Enclave” conference held in Bordeaux, March 11-12 2016.

Illustration de Pauline Pujol.

Numéro dirigé par Remy Arab-Fuentes, Isabelle Gras et James Perosi-Doughty (Université Bordeaux Montaigne)

 

 

Nathalie JAECK

Introduction. (pp. 1-8)

[Lire en ligne] [Télécharger le PDF]