Alice P. Morin

Alice P. Morin

Wiss. Mitarbeiterin

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+49 6421 28-24595 +49 6421 28-26989 alice.morin@ 1 Wilhelm-Röpke-Straße 6
35032 Marburg
W|02 Geisteswissenschaftliche Institute (Raum: 08A12 bzw. +8A12)

Organisationseinheit

Philipps-Universität Marburg Germanistik und Kunstwissenschaften (Fb09) Medienwissenschaft
  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen ForschungsinteressenForschungsinteressen

    ▪ Periodical Studies
    ▪ Visual Studies
    ▪ History of photography
    ▪ Cultural History

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen VitaVita

    Seit 2020 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Teilprojekt 5 „Fragmentwanderungen im Medienvergleich. Fotografien in Zeitschrift und Buch im 20. Jahrhundert“ (Prof. Dr. Jens Ruchatz) der DFG-Forschergruppe Journalliteratur.
    2019-2020 Wissenschaftliche Beraterin der Ausstellung „Hundert Jahre Vogue Paris“, Palais Galliera-Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris.
    2018 Promotion zum Thema Redaktionelle Fotographie in U.S.-Modemagazinen in den 1960-1980er-Jahren (suma cum laude). Titel: The System of Fashion Editorials in American Magazines, 1960s-1980s: Collaborative and Negotiated Spaces. Amerikanistik, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris
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    Edited Peer-Review Journal Issue

    ▪ Edited with Éliane de Larminat, Vera Léon, Anaïs Mauuarin. “(Re)Politicizing Discourses on Photography.” Image and Narrative 18, 2017/2. http://www.imageandnarrative.be/index.php/imagenarrative/issue/view/88.

    Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

    ▪ “Représentations féminines et stéréotypes dans la presse de mode américaine: le tournant des années 1970.” Revue Française d’Études Américaines 158, ‘Women and Feminisms in Performance,’ 2019/1 [on stereotyping as a tool to organize women’s representations in the 1970s press].
    ▪ “Commodities, the Visual and the Senses: Perfume Editorials in High-End Fashion Publications in the 1970s.” InMedia 7, ‘Visualizing Consumer Culture,’ 2018. http://journals.openedition.org/inmedia/1484.
    ▪ “1960s Fashion’s Political and Economic Recuperation, a New Power Shaping the American Image.” USAbroad, Journal of American History and Politics 1, ‘Unfinished America,’ 2018/1. https://usabroad.unibo.it/article/view/7162/7525.
    ▪ “Photographies de mode américaines à partir des années 1960 : images ou objets du désir ?” L’Atelier (Journal of Université Paris Nanterre) 9, ‘La séduction de l’image n°2,’ 2017/1. 41-61 [on seduction in/and fashion photography since the 1960s].http://ojs.u-paris10.fr/index.php/latelier/article/view/490/html.
    ▪ [Under review] “Fear(ful) and Fabulous: What Fear Can Reveal About American Editorial Fashion Photography’s Motives and Narratives in the 1960s and 1970s.” Russian Fashion Theory, ‘Fashioning Fear,’ edited by Liudmila Aliabieva, 2020.

    Book Chapters

    ▪ “Fashion Icons in Photography: American Magazines Turning to Iconic Representations from the 1960s On.” Federica Carlotto & Natalie McCreesh (eds), Engaging with Fashion: Perspectives On Communication, Education & Business. Leiden: Brill, 2018. 234-246.
    ▪ “Photographies de mode entre libération et récupération, 1964-1987. Discours de mode engagés ?” Guyvonne Leduc, Florence Binard & Marc Calvini-Lefebvre (eds), Femmes, sexe et genre dans l’aire anglophone: Invisibilisation, stigmatisation et combats. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2017. 61-83 [on fashion magazines and feminism].

    Conference Proceedings

    ▪ “Corps en tension dans la presse de mode américaine mainstream : idéaux et contre-modèles.” Marine Galiné & Timothy A. Heron (eds), Corps en crise, crise(s) du corps: réflexions interdisciplinaires autour du corps déconstruit. Reims: Éditions et Presses Universitaires de Reims, 2018. 53-74 [on normative and non-normative female bodies in fashion magazines].

    Book Review

    ▪ “Rachel Ritchie, Sue Hawkins, Nicola Phillips & S. Jay Kleinberg (eds), Women in Magazines: Research, Representation, Production and Consumption. New York: Routledge, 2016.” InMedia 7, 2018/2.

    Exhibition Reviews

    ▪ Exhibitions review. “Balenciaga, L’Œuvre au Noir & Fortuny, un Italien à Venise: Complementary Takes on Contemporary Monographic Fashion Exhibiting.” Fashion Theory 23, 2019/1. Also available at https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1362704X.2018.1543785
    ▪ Exhibition review. “Stephen Shore, Museum of Modern Art. November 19, 2017–28, 2018.” Transatlantica, 2017/1. https://journals.openedition.org/transatlantica/8533.
    ▪ Exhibition review. “Quicksilver Brilliance: Adolf de Meyer Photographs, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 4 décembre 2017-18 mars 2018.” Transatlantica, 2017/1. https://journals.openedition.org/transatlantica/9102

    Conference Reports

    ▪ Conference report. “Conférence d’Emory Douglas, ancien ministre de la Culture des Black Panthers, peintre et illustrateur.” Transatlantica, 2016/1. http://transatlantica.revues.org/8037.
    ▪ Symposium report. “Des sources marginales pour une histoire des marges: la transgression des normes. Race, classe et genre aux USA, de l’après-guerre aux années 1970.” Transatlantica, 2015/1. https://journals.openedition.org/transatlantica/7272.
    ▪ With Christen Bryson. “Minutes of the One-day symposium ‘Material Culture and the Writing of History: the Case of African Americans’.” Transatlantica, 2015/1. https://journals.openedition.org/transatlantica/7276.

    Dissemination of research results in the general press (2011-2016)

    ▪ Articles on fashion and beauty; culture, patrimony, architecture and decoration; portraits and interviews for online and print editions of Stiletto (fashion department assistant); Architectural Digest and Magazine magazines
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    ▪ “Complex Visual and Textual Discourses in the American Press: Women and/in Fashion Magazines.” Session Women Writing Fashion at the NEMLA (Northeast Modern Language Association) 2020 Convention, Boston, Mass. March 2020
    ▪ “Construire, créer et faire circuler les images éditoriales: pour une étude de cas transdisciplinaire de la presse américaine et de ses mécanismes.” Research seminar Histoire des médias, de l’image et de la communication à l’époque contemporaine, chaired by Christian Delporte, Anaïs Fléchet & François Robinet, Centre d’Histoire Culturelle des Sociétés Contemporaines, Université Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. November 2019 [on mediatic (re)uses of the “editorial image,” before and after publication]
    ▪ “American Fashion Magazines, Challenged or Challenging Institutions in the 1960s and 1970s?” Session The Role of Commercial Photography Practices/Institutions in Making Knowledge at the Universities Art Association of Canada (UAAC/AAUC) 2019 Conference, Québec. October 2019
    ▪ “‘On Beauty in Our Time’: Tension(s) in Vogue and Harper's Bazaar's Beauty Pages in the 1970s.” Invited presentation at the inaugural session of the research seminar Prescriptive Literature, keynote Beth Bailey (Kansas University), Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle. October 2019
    ▪ “(Photo)Graphic Negotiations: A Case Study of American Vogue and Andy Warhol’s Interview, 1960s-1980s.” ESPRit 8th International Conference, Periodicals and Visual Culture, National Library of Greece at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, Athens. September 2019
    ▪ Round-table “Representing Fashion - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.” International Conference Fashion, Costume and Visual Cultures, Université Paris Nanterre-École Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Industries Textiles, Roubaix. With Laurent Cotta (Graphic Arts Department, Musée Galliera), Marlène van de Casteele (Université Lyon 2 Lumière) and Kristell Blache-Comte (EHESS). July 2019
    ▪ “A Practice in (Productive) Tension: Producing and Promoting Fashion Photography in Vogue, 1960s-1970s.” International Conference Labor in the Creative Industries: The Case of Fashion, Oslo Metropolitan University on the occasion of the exhibition Tomorrowear. A French Story at Villa Stenersen. June 2019
    ▪ “Fear and Fantasy as Motive(s) in American Fashion Magazines in the 1960s and the 1970s.” International Conference The Anthropology of Fear, European University at St. Petersburg. May 2019
    ▪ “New York through Dress in 1980s Fashion Photography—As Seen in Vogue and Interview.” International Symposium Passing: Fashion in American Cities, Courtauld Institute of Art, London. May 2018
    ▪ “Des parcours transatlantiques: les mannequins noires, entre les États-Unis et la France depuis les années 1950.” Symposium Grandes et petites mains de la beauté : production, entretien, distribution, Université Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne/EHESS/Université Paris-Est Créteil. October 2017 [on African-American models on both sides of the Atlantic]
    ▪ “A Plurality of Primary Sources: Which Articulation(s)?” International Seminar Research in Practice: A Showcase of Creative, Cultural and Social Methodologies, The School of Media Culture and Society, University of the West of Scotland, in partnership with Film City Glasgow. July 2017
    ▪ “Entre mannequins et modèles : espaces et moments de tension sur papier glacé 1960-1980.” CIRLEP’s Doctoral Symposium Corps en crise, crise(s) du corps, Université de Reims-Champagne-Ardenne. April 2017 [on the evolution of “the ideal female body” in fashion magazines]
    ▪ “Women’s Representations in Fashion Magazines at the Turning Point of the 1970s: The Production and Reception of Stereotypes.” International Symposium Women and Popular Culture(s) in the English-Speaking Worlds: 1945-2015, Université de La Rochelle. May 2017
    ▪ “Smells Like Seduction: Staging Perfumes in Fashion Magazines, 1970s-1980s.” International Symposium Visualizing Consumer Culture, Commodifying Visual Culture in the English-Speaking World, Universités Paris Sorbonne/ Sorbonne Nouvelle. October 2016
    ▪ “(Im)mobility Through the Lens of Fashion Photography: The Example of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar U.S., 1960s-1980s.” Graduate School of North American Studies International Conference Flows and Undercurrents: Dimensions of (Im)mobility in North America, JFK Institute, Freie Universität, Berlin. June 2016
    ▪ ”Photographies de mode engagées? Repenser les normes de genre, entre libération et récupération.” SAGEF Workshop, SAES 2015 Annual Congress Comittment, Université de Toulon. June 2015 [on the problematic political engagement of fashion magazines for women’s liberation]

  • Inhalt ausklappen Inhalt einklappen Koordination wissenschaftlicher VeranstaltungenKoordination wissenschaftlicher Veranstaltungen

    2020 with Axelle Boyer (University of California Santa Cruz). « Ethnographic Aesthetics, Fashion Visualities » session at Chicago 2020 CAA (College Art Association) Annual Conference. Panel coordinator and session chair
    2019

    with Pierre Cras (Université Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines), Lamia Dzanouni-Brousse de Laborde (Université de Picardie Jules Verne), Olivier Mahéo (Université de Poitiers). Organizer and coordinator, International one-day symposium, “‘Our Time Has Come’: Towards Transatlantic and Transdisciplinary Approaches to Black Counter-Representations, from 1945 until Today”, Université de Picardie Jules Verne

    2015 with Eliane de Larminat (Université Paris Diderot), Véra Léon (Université Paris Descartes), Anaïs Mauuarin (Université Panthéon-Sorbonne). Organizer and coordinator, One-day symposium (Re)Politicizing Discourses on Photography, Université Paris Diderot. Keynote speaker: Jorge Ribalta (curator, researcher, artist)
    2015-2018 Photo/Savoirs/Critiques Project, ARIP (Research Association on the Photographic Image), hosted by the Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art (INHA). Co-founder and facilitator.
    • Co-organization of and active participation in methodological and reading workshops
    • Dissemination of young researchers’ work, implementation and facilitation of a national and European interdisciplinary research network
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