Image [&] Narrative is a peer-reviewed e-journal on visual narratology and word and image studies in the broadest sense of the term. It does not focus on a narrowly defined corpus or theoretical framework, but questions the mutual shaping of literary and visual cultures. Beside tackling theoretical issues, it is a platform for reviews of real life examples. Each issue features three parts: 1) a thematic cluster, guest-edited by specialized scholars in the field; 2) a selection of various articles; 3) reviews of recent publications. Image [&] Narrative is a bilingual journal, which publishes contributions in either English or French, and which fosters cross-cultural and interdisciplinary dialogue between linguistic and scientific traditions.
Call for papers 15.3
Early Photography in Europeana: Collections, Themes, Techniques and their Interrelation.
In this special issue, within the framework of EuropeanaPhotography we want to explore the relation between photographical technology and photographical themes and theoretizations.
Call for Papers
|Articles can be submitted any time for the 'Various articles' section. For special issues, see CFP above.
Issues in preparation
- "The Moving Image and the Embodied Mind", Maarten Coëgnarts (email@example.com) and Dr. Peter Kravanja, University of Antwerp (firstname.lastname@example.org) (15.1).
- "Photographic Text(ure): Grain, Dots, Lines", guest editors Laurence Petit (email@example.com) , Université Paul Valéry - Montpellier 3 and Pascale Tollance (firstname.lastname@example.org), Université Lyon 2, (15.2)
-"Early Photography in Europeana: Collections, Themes, Techniques and their Interrelation" (guest editors): Fred Truyen (email@example.com) & Bruno Vandermeulen (firstname.lastname@example.org) (15.3).
- "Worth a Thousand Words: At the Intersections of Literture and the Visual Arts", guest editors Astrid Bracke (email@example.com) and Dennis Kersten (firstname.lastname@example.org), University of Utrecht (15.4)
- "Photofilmic Art: Negotiating Fraught Images in a Contemporary Public Sphere", ed. Alex Streitberger, UCL/Lieven Gevaert Centre [email@example.com] (16.1)
- "The Narrative Functions of Photography in Comics" Guest-editor, prof. Nancy Pedri, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NL (Canada) [firstname.lastname@example.org] (16.2)
Vol 14, No 3 (2013): Beyond all Bearing. (Con)Figurations of the Intolerable, Part 2
Table of Contents
|The Unbearable. Still Life.|
|Arne De Winde, Sientje Maes, Bart Philipsen||1-5|
|The Depiction of the Worst Thing. On the Meaning and Use of Images of the Terrible|
|Reboot your Culture! Theatricalizing the Unbearable.|
|Beautiful Black Soul? The Racial Matrix of White Aesthetics (Reading Kotzebue against Kleist)|
|Sigrid G. Köhler||34-45|
|Het on(ver)draaglijke. Een visueel essay|
|Koba De Meutter, Arne De Winde||46-121|
|Capturing the Last Moments. Recording the Dying Body at the Turn of the 21st Century|
|An Aesthetics of the Unbearable. The Cult of Masculinity and the Sublime in Ernst Jünger’s “Der Kampf als inneres Erlebnis” (Battle as an Inner Experience)|
|Tom Van Imschoot||151-168|
|Une rumeur sous-terraine. Entretien avec Olivier Smolders|
|Arne De Winde, Sientje Maes, Bart Philipsen||169-177|
|Mocking Photographic Truth. The Case of HA!|
|E-readers, Deconvergence Culture and McSweeney’s Circle. An Interview with Jim Collins|
|Ben De Bruyn, Jim Collins||193-206|
|Hannah Miodrag - Comics and Language. Reimagining Critical Discourse on the Form|
|Michel Delville - Crossroad Poetics|