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Since 1996, the peer-reviewed journal Études photographiques, published by the Société française de photographie, has been the French-language publication of record addressing the history of photography and visual culture. In May 2009, Études photographiques began publishing bilingual print editions, extending its content to a broader public – a reflection of its growing success. With contributions by noted scholars from France and abroad, subject to the rules of scholarly publication, Études photographiques provides academics and the arts community access to the most current research on visual objects.
Two issues are published per year, in May and November. Each 220-page issue is printed in colour and includes six articles and approximately 80 previously unpublished images. Book reviews are available on our website: http://etudesphotographiques.revues.org/
Études photographiques is published with the support of the Centre National du Livre, the CNRS and Ryerson University, Toronto.
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We are pleased to announce the release of Études photographiques 27. With article themes ranging from images of war, to photographs in print, to histories in motion, issue 27 features texts by renowned scholars, such as Georges Didi-Huberman and David Campany, and noted PhD candidates, including Rémy Besson and Gérôme Truc. This new issue also features a portfolio of politically charged work by French photographer Mathieu Pernot.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Thierry Gervais. 'The Economics of Research'
Images of War
Georges Didi-Huberman, 'Sampling Chaos: Aby Warburg and the Photographic Atlas of the Great War'
Mathieu Pernot, 'Migrants'
Photographs in Print
David Campany, 'Recalcitrant Intervention: Walker Evans’s Pages'
Gérôme Truc, 'March 11 as a New September 11: The Photographic Coverage of the 2004 Madrid Bombings'
Histories in Motion
Rémy Besson, 'The Karski Report: A Voice with the Ring of Truth'
Valérie Vignaux, 'Léon Moussinac and L’Humanité as a Cinematic Force: Militant Cinema and Cultural Activism in the Interwar Years in France'
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