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Laffage-Cosnier, Sébastien und Jean-Charles Andrieu de Levis: "Pour une écriture universitaire polymorphe. La transcription de héros ordinaires en héros de bande dessinée." In: Loisir et Société / Society and Leisure 41.2 (2018), S. 280–296. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Languages: französisch
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.1080/07053436.2018.1482846
BibTeX citation key: LaffageCosnier2018
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Categories: General
Keywords: Adaption, Sachcomics, Sport
Creators: Laffage-Cosnier, Levis
Collection: Loisir et Société / Society and Leisure
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Abstract
[Abstract in English below]

À l’occasion d’un workshop s’intéressant à l’adaptation d’articles scientifiques en bande dessinée, Sébastien Laffage-Cosnier et Jean-Charles Andrieu de Levis ont collaboré ensemble afin de produire quatre planches résumant l’article de Sébastien Laffage-Cosnier publié dans Loisir et Société (Volume 38, 2015 – Issue 3) intitulé : « The French Snow Class: How the Focus of a School Innovation Changed from Physical Education to Academic Learning (1953–1981) ». Les pages dessinées qui suivent sont le résultat de ce travail commun dont ils décrivent par la suite les diverses étapes. Cette expérience fut aussi l’occasion de pousser plus en avant leurs réflexions sur ce processus d’écriture universitaire en bande dessinée qui, bien que marginal, ne cesse de poser question auprès d’universitaires et de dessinateurs de plus en plus nombreux.

During a workshop dedicated to adapting academic articles in comic form, the authors teamed up to produce four pages based on an article written by Sébastien Laffage-Cosnier, which was published in Society and Leisure (Volume 38, 2015 – Issue 3) ntitled “The French Snow Class: How the Focus of a School Innovation Changed from Physical Education to Academic Learning (1953–1981)”. The drawings on the following pages are the result of this common work, the process of which is described by the creators. This experience was also an opportunity to further their reflections on the process of academic writing in comics, which, although marginal, is gathering more and more attention from academics and artists alike.


  
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