While transmediality is a recent concept, it is also a historical practice. This international symposium aims to address this historicity, with particular focus on the long nineteenth century (ca. 1780 –1920), a century that famously saw the birth of the mass media and brought the « frenzy of the visible » (J.-L. Comolli 1980). Tracing the processes, economies, and technologies involved in transmedia practices and the aesthetics of expansion and transgression in the long nineteenth century will allow international experts – from media, cultural, and literary studies along with other disciplines – to spotlight specific configurations in the past and their reconfigurations in our present moment.
Lieu : University of Vienna, Austria
Date : 30 janvier – 1 février 2020
Langue : anglais
Date limite d’envoi des propositions : 30 novembre 2019
Contact : Organizers: Monika Pietrzak-Franger (firstname.lastname@example.org); Christina Meyer (email@example.com)