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Du sang et des larmes : la musique au corps dans « Whiplash » de Damien Chazelle

Guillaume Gomot
Comment Damien Chazelle parvient-il à construire et animer la figure du musicien qui est au centre de son film Whiplash (2014) ? Dans ce récit d’apprentissage et d’initiation, un jeune batteur de jazz intègre un orchestre (au sein de l’ école prestigieuse où il étudie) dirigé par un professeur tyrannique, qui n’hésite pas à employer l’humiliation et la violence envers ses musiciens. Filmer les musiciens, c’est alors montrer la sauvagerie du lien didactique entre l’ élève et...

De la nordicité au boréalisme

Frédérique Toudoire-Surlapierre, Alessandra Ballotti & Claire McKeown
In recent years, through novels and television series ("Vikings", "Millennium", "Borgen" or "Occupied"), Nordic culture has become more visible internationally. At the same time, researchers are questioning what the North is, its conceptualisation, its cultural implications, its geographical characteristics, its social and political challenges. This volume is part of the current debate on the Nordic imaginary based on a notion, Nordicity, which intersects with borealism. Plural and mobile, the North inspires both scriptural and figurative...

Vin et altérité

Augustin Voegele, Thomas Nicklas, Frédérique Toudoire-Surlapierre, Michel Faure & Sonia Goldblum
As a reflection of a terroir and a landscape, as an emblem of a region, a nation or a civilisation, wine also facilitates a connection between cultural dimensions that we are used to discriminating in our everyday representations (human/divine, human/animal, noble/common, beautiful/monstruous, natural/artificial). It is thus a vector of alterity, an invitation to go towards the other, to modify or alter one's vision of the world, to cross not only regional and national borders, but...

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