Contemporary Issues in Historical and Comparative Perspectives
Reading in Europe
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Reading in Europe: Contemporary Issues in Historical and Comparative Perspectives (P-RECIHC)

We are witnessing today simultaneous transformations in the ways that texts are produced, distributed and experienced by readers but until now, little has been done to investigate the full impact of the digital revolution on reading and nothing at a European scale.

The vast scholarship devoted to the history of past print culture in Europe tends to be addressed on a national level and from a single disciplinary perspective whereas, compared to Gutenberg’s technological revolution of the 15th century or to the “reading revolution” of the 18th century, today’s digital revolution is so multi-faceted that it requires a new comparative and interdisciplinary approach.

The European network of leading experts involved in the Action P-RECIHC is designed to evaluate the main historical and contemporary factors impacting current reading practices, learning processes and social awareness in Europe and to draw the outline of an innovative European Reading Experience Database (Eu-RED).

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« Lire en Europe : pratiques contemporaines de lecture dans une perspective comparatiste et historique »

Avec la révolution numérique, nous assistons à une transformation simultanée des modes de production, de distribution et d’appropriation des textes mais jusqu'à maintenant, peu d'études ont été consacrées à l'analyse des impacts du numérique sur les pratiques de lecture actuelles à l'échelle européenne. Pourtant, lire est un outil de réflexion critique, d’enrichissement culturel et de loisir.

Le réseau européen des grands spécialistes impliqués dans l’Action P-RECIHC, soutenu par l’ANR (l'Agence nationale de la recherche), est conçu pour évaluer les principaux facteurs historiques et contemporains qui influencent les pratiques de lecture actuelles, les processus d’apprentissage et la conscience d’une société européenne. Pour ce faire, le réseau prévoit principalement de créer et développer une base de données européenne des expériences de lecture depuis le 18ème siècle jusqu’à aujourd’hui, baptisée Eu-RED. Une branche de cette base de données s'intéresse aux pratiques de lecture des jeunes en lien avec le programme regional EnJeux.

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  • 1 Absilis, Kevin, Full time lecturer, Institute for the Studies of Literature in the Low Countries, University of Antwerp, Belgium
  • 2 Balauca, Roxana, Ph.D student, Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, History Dmpt, Bucharest, Roumanie
  • 3 Bazin, Laurent, MCF, University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, 3LAM, -EA4335, France
  • 4 Botrel, Jean-François, Professeur émérite, University of Rennes 2 Haute-Bretagne, Centre d’Histoire des Sociétés Contemporaines EA2448 (UVSQ), France
  • 5 Braida, Lodovica, Professor, Dipartimento di Studi Storici, Dir. APICE, Feltrinelli Award 2012, University of Milano, Italy
  • 6 Caemmerer, Barbara, Professeur, ESSCA
  • 7 Candel, Etienne, MCF, CELSA, GRIPIC
  • 8 Chasseray-Peraldi, Pauline,   doctorante, CELSA, GRIPIC
  • 9 Chymkowski, Roman, Dr., Institute of Book and Readership — National Library, Poland
  • 10 Citton, Yves, Professor, University Stendhal-Grenoble III, UMR 5611 LIRE, France
  • 11 Cottier, Philippe, Maître de Conférences, University of Maine, CREN-INEDUM, France
  • 12 Dewez, Nausicaa, Dr., Ministry of Culture-French Community, Belgium
  • 13 Doueihi, Milad, Professeur, Université de Paris-Sorbonne
  • 14 Dumouchel, Suzanne, Project Manager, German Historical Institute – Paris, France
  • 15 Felton, Marie-Claude, Banting Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, McGill University, Canada
  • 16 Fuller, Danielle, Senior Lecturer (Associate professor), Center for Canadian Studies, Birmingham University, UK
  • 17 Gauzente, Claire, Professor in Information, Organisation, Marketing, IEMN IAE University of Nantes, France
  • 18 Gomez Mejia, Gustavo, MCF University de Tours, CITERES, France
  • 19 Lishaugen, Roar, Postdoctoral Fellow, Central European and Czech Studies, University of Oslo, Norway
  • 20 Lubbers, Arnold, University of Amsterdam, Department of Cultural Studies, Netherlands
  • 21 Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen, Professor, Lehrstuhl für Romanische Kulturwissenschaft und Interkulturelle Kommunikation, University of Saarland, Germany
  • 22 Madl, Claire, Dr., Charles University-Praha, CEFRES, Czech Republic
  • 23 Marazi, Elisa , Postdoctoral Fellow, Dipartimento di Studi Storici, University of Milano, Italy
  • 24 Martinez Rus, Ana, Professor, Departamento de Historia Contemporánea,   University Complutense Madrid, Spain. Ana Martínez
  • 25 Norrick-Rühl, Corinna, Dr., Research and Teaching associate, Institute for Book Studies, University Johannes Gutenberg of Mainz, Germany
  • 26 Oels, David (Dr.) , Juniorprofessor, Institut für Buchwissenschaft Johannes Gutenberg, University of Mainz
  • 27 Orestano, Francesca, Full Prof., English Literature, Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere, University of Milano
  • 28 Ouvry-Vial, Brigitte, Professor, Dir. Institut des Sciences de L’Homme et de la Société, University of Maine, Laboratoire 3LAM EA 4335, France
  • 29 Pailler, Danielle, MCF University of Nantes, Vice-présidente Culture et initiatives
  • 30 Píša, Petr, Mgr., Charles University-Praha, Czech Republic
  • 31 Ramdarshan-Bold, Melanie, Postdoctoral Fellow, Loughborough University
  • 32 Ranc, Dàvid (Dr.), Assistant Professor in European Studies, ESSCA – École de Management
  • 33 Rankov, Pavol, Associate Professor, Institute of Librarianship and Information Studies — Comenius University, Slovakia
  • 34 Rebecchini, Damiano, Department of Slavic Studies (Dililefi), University of Milano, Italy
  • 35 Rebellato, Elisa, bibliothécaire, Milan, Italie
  • 36 Richard, Nathalie, Professor, University of Maine, CERHIO UMR 6258, France
  • 37 Ritte, Jürgen, Professor, Dir. Master Journalisme Européen, Dir. Adjoint CEREG, University of Sorbonne Nouvelle, ED 514 – EDEAGE, France
  • 38 Rubery, Matthew, Reader 19C, English Department, Queen Mary University of London, , UK
  • 39 Sanchez Garcia, Raquel, Professor,   Departamento de Historia Contemporánea, University Complutense of Madrid, Spain
  • 40 Sarrazin, Véronique, MCF, CERHIO, University of Angers
  • 41 Skjerdingstad, Kjell Ivar, Associate professor , Department of Archivistics, Library and Information Science, Oslo and Akershus University College for Applied Sciences, Norway
  • 42 Souchier, Emmanuel, Professeur, CELSA, GRIPIC, France
  • 43 Towheed, Shafquat, Lecturer, Dir. Reading Experience Database, Open University of London, UK
  • 44 Slauter, Will, Maître de Conférences, University of Paris VIII-Vincennes-Saint-Denis, EA 1571: Centre de Recherches Historiques
  • 45 Toth, Mate, Reading Research Department, National Széchényi Library, Pdt of Hungarian Reading Association, Hungary
  • 46 Trávníček, Jiri, Professor,   Masaryk University, Vice-Director of Institute of Czech Literature, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
  • 47 Van Rossem, Stijn, Lecturer, School of Arts, Design Department, Ghent University, Belgium
  • 48 Vatcheva, Anguelina, Associate Professor, Faculty of Slavic Studies, Sofia University “St Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgaria
  • 49 Vignale, François, Dr., Chief Librarian, SCD, CERHIO UMR n°6258, University of Maine, France
  • 50 Wögerbauer, Michael, Vice-Director of Institute of Czech Literature, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic