Reading images, viewing texts: crossdisciplinary perspectives

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Peter Lang, May 15, 2006 - Art - 227 pages
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The essays in this volume are situated in French and Australian contexts and focus on texts linking language and visual images. There is an emerging debate in universities concerning the interpretation of images, whether in the field of aesthetics, politics or technology. The contributors focus on images ranging from photography to maps, films, paintings and computer games. In addition they consider relations between genders and nations, as understood in particular historical or semiological contexts. Geographic and disciplinary boundaries are consciously transgressed and blurred, so that a new interdisciplinary dialogue between written texts and visual arts emerges.

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Introduction Points de vue pluriels et transversaux
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Stephanie ANDERSON
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Karis MULLER
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