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European J. of Pragmatism and American Philosophy     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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  • Dependence in / on TV series II (Séries et dépendance: Dépendance aux
           séries II)

    • Authors: Anne Sweet
      Abstract: Are TV series a sort of drug' Do series—which have become increasingly absorbing and immersive, and which are often greedily overconsumed in large episode batches of “binge-watching”—create “addicts”' Series are an intense source of pleasure for many—so can watching them really be harmful' If so, what are the repercussions on people’s personal and professional lives, and their physical and mental health' What are the signs and symptoms of media addiction' And how do media producers deploy strategies to seduce and manipulate media consumers' In what ways do new technologies like streaming services promote binge-watching and compulsive consumption' These are a few of the questions that the international interdisciplinary conference, “Séries et dépendance/Dépendance aux séries II: Prolongements diachroniques, psychologiques, psychiatriques et esthétiques” (“Series and Dependence/Dependence in/on TV series II: The diachronic, psychological, psychiatric and aesthetic extensions of TV ser...
      PubDate: 2017-12-22
       
  • The Politics of Discourse on the Fields of Dreams: Political Messaging and
           the Mediated Representation of Sports

    • Authors: Daniel Durbin, Yann Descamps
      Abstract: Politics from the Field to the Audience In The Laws, Plato claimed that one of the chief ends of athletic contests was the composition and presentation of “speeches of commendation and reproof,” narrative speeches drawn from the competition that could be used by the state to shape the values and actions of the citizenry. We know that many of the great rhetoricians of the day, including Gorgias, Lysias and Isocrates, used this platform to deliver often scathing political messages. Today, the mediated retelling of sports narratives continues to create political meaning from the events played out on the field. A significant body of sports scholarship has focused on this media-driven discourse and its impact on national and global politics. From the use of the Olympics as a tool for propaganda—from Hitler’s Germany to Putin’s Russia—to the recent resurging political activism of African-American athletes and Donald Trump’s ties with football star Tom Brady, the links between politics and s...
      PubDate: 2017-12-22
       
  • Sport in Films: Symbolism versus Verismo. A France-United States
           Comparative Analysis

    • Authors: Valérie Bonnet
      Abstract: This article is part of a larger study on film genre which started off during a symposium on sports in films organized by Yann Descamps and Daniel. Durbin. The issue tackled in this themed section – the political dimension of the mediated representation of sports – can also be examined though sports films for, as Jean-Michel Frodon underlined: “There is a natural kinship between cinema and the nation which rests on a common mechanism which they are made of – projection.” While sport is omnipresent in the American audiovisual landscape – one only has to watch cable networks in the United States or even in France, where American audiovisual productions are also widely broadcast – it is far from being the case as far as the French production is concerned. Some would answer that I am forgetting about soccer’s omnipresence on French television, sports networks such as L’Équipe 21, and movies such as À Mort l’arbitre (Jean-Pierre Mocky, 1984) or Coup de tête (Jean-Jacques Annaud, 1979, bu...
      PubDate: 2017-12-22
       
  • Carlos Scolari, Paolo Bertetti and Matthew Freeman. Transmedia
           Archaeology: Storytelling in the Borderlines of Science Fiction, Comics
           and Pulp Magazines

    • Authors: Mehdi Achouche
      Abstract: According to the authors of Transmedia Archaeology: Storytelling in the Borderlines of Science Fiction, Comics and Pulp Magazines, transmedia storytelling is not quite new after all. They concur with Henry Jenkins, who coined the phrase and the concept in 2003, to deny technological determinism and the central importance of digital technologies behind the advent of transmedia storytelling. Yet they are also driven to the conclusion that, “if we consider transmedia storytelling as an experience characterized by the expansion of the narrative through different media and, in many cases, by the participation of the users in that expansion, then we could say that this is not a new phenomenon” (6). This is a very broad definition indeed, which allows them to highlight older narrative techniques which are clearly, as they successfully demonstrate, diachronically related to transmedia narration. However, it also leads them, as their stated goal, to “look[ing] for transmedia storytelling pra...
      PubDate: 2017-12-22
       
  • 21st SERCIA Conference: Cinema and Seriality in the English-speaking World

    • Authors: Ann-Lys Bourgognon
      Abstract: The 22nd edition of the annual conference of SERCIA was organized by Ariane Hudelet (University of Paris Diderot) and Anne Crémieux (University of Paris X Nanterre) and welcomed a great variety of researchers who came together to reflect upon the notion of seriality within both cinema and television series. Among the international guests (who came from, for instance, the USA, England, Switzerland and Italy), the conference was highlighted by two keynote speakers: Scott Higgins from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, and Samuel Chambers, from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. The program aimed to emphasize the different levels at which seriality can be analyzed: some panels focused on the production of films and their possible sequels, reboots and remakes, therefore drawing attention to the influence of seriality on the film market, viewership or transmedial practices. For instance, Célia Sauvage (University of Paris II Sorbonne Nouvelle) compared Hollywood's rather comme...
      PubDate: 2017-12-22
       
  • The Color Line: African American Artists and Segregation –
           Musée du Quai Branly

    • Authors: Clémentine Tholas-Disset
      Abstract: When I was a student in the Latin Quarter, I often walked by the commemorative plaque in honor of African-American writer, Richard Wright, located Rue Monsieur Le Prince. Thanks to Wright and his works, I came across the experience of Black American artists in Paris after World War One, which they commonly described as a liberation and a rebirth compared to the sufferings of being second rank citizens in their mother country. Unfortunately, the French general public hardly recollects the presence of Negro musicians, writers or painters in France except for the song by Josephine Baker, J’ai deux amours performed at Le Casino de Paris in 1930 and 1931. For a long while, only a happy-few scholars and connoisseurs were acquainted with their cultural production. As if the African American community, who said they felt more accepted and empowered in our Gallic nation, had remained almost as invisible in France as they were in America. In 2016, one hundred and twenty years after the Suprem...
      PubDate: 2017-12-22
       
  • Barbie –Musée des Arts Décoratifs Paris

    • Authors: Anaïs Le Fèvre-Berthelot
      Abstract: At the top of the grand staircase of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, the pink wall set the tone. Once the visitors had passed the doors they entered a dark room and faced the enlarged projections of the latest fashion shots from Barbie’s Instagram account (@barbiestyle). Indeed, “Barbie, ever up-to-date, uses new technologies to communicate with her fans and wins the hearts of new aficionados,” the museum explained. This could have been the beginning of an exhibition questioning Barbie’s socio-cultural meaning, her link with media franchises, the gender representations she has conveyed over the years, the marketing practices that are associated with the doll, but the museum apparently had other plans. After a short historical display presenting the evolution of fashion dolls since the 18th century, the exhibition focuses exclusively on Barbie: the genesis of the doll, her evolution, her career, her family and her love-life, the manufacturing process, her relationship with pop culture ...
      PubDate: 2017-12-22
       
  • The Art of Walt Disney Animation Studios: Movement by Nature

    • Authors: Thibaut Clément
      Abstract: Created in collaboration with the Walt Disney Animation Research Library, the “The Art of Walt Disney Animation Studios: Movement by Nature” exhibition held at the Paris Musée Art Ludique holds special appeal for students of popular culture. Some of that interest will, of course, stem from the 350 pieces on display, and some from the process by which the Disney corporation further “artifies” popular media, providing the studio’s products with an additional layer of cultural legitimacy and allowing the studio to present itself as a purveyor of fine arts in the process. The exhibition is composed of six major sections arranged in chronological order. Entitled “Nascent Art,” the first section devotes itself entirely to Disney’s early animated shorts, from 1918 to 1939, with exclusive emphasis on the studio’s roster of beloved characters – starting, unsurprisingly, with Mickey Mouse’s first appearances in Plane Crazy and Steamboat Willy, here presented by means of Ub Iwerk’s strikingly...
      PubDate: 2017-12-22
       
  • From Rocky (1976) to Creed (2015): “musculinity” and modesty

    • Authors: Clémentine Tholas Disset
      Abstract: Forty years ago, in 1976, moviegoers discovered a 29-year old kind-hearted thug whose only way out of the Philadelphian rough districts was boxing. Rocky – film and character – was the brainchild of Sylvester Stallone, who managed to convince director John Avildsen and producers Robert Chartoff and Irwin Winkler to both shoot a script written by a penniless actor and hire him as the main lead. In 1977, Rocky was nominated for ten Academy Awards and ended up winning the award for “best picture”, making Stallone a star overnight. Six sequels to the original movie have come out since – Rocky II (1979), Rocky III–The Eye of the Tiger (1982), Rocky IV (1985), Rocky V (1990), Rocky Balboa (2006), and Creed (2015). Today the Rocky franchise has become such a global cultural phenomenon that almost everyone is familiar with the line “Yo, Adrian” or the Rocky steps in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art on the Benjamin Franklin parkway. The last film was directed by young Ryan Coogler. It...
      PubDate: 2017-12-22
       
  • Coubertin’s Music: Culture, Class, and the Failure of the Olympic
           Project

    • Authors: Nicholas Attfield
      Abstract: In an article for the Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport in 1996, Douglas A. Brown presented a distinctive model for addressing the subject of aesthetics at the Olympic Games. According to this model, the modern Games’ founder, Baron Pierre de Coubertin, had used existing aesthetic theory, and the aesthetic ideas he derived from it, as a means of articulating his vision of sport as a signifying cultural practice. Sport, Coubertin wrote in an essay of 1922, ought to be recognised as both the producer of and the inspiration for art; in turning the athlete into a “living sculpture”, it was a source of beauty to be consecrated and celebrated in spectacles and festivals. As the last claim begins to imply, Coubertin’s aesthetics of sport was intended to fuse productively with the broader socio-political ideology of his Olympism, itself a philosophy of life uniting body, mind, and will. In coming together to contemplate the sporting body, his Olympic audiences would grasp their univ...
      PubDate: 2017-12-22
       
 
 
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