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© Le CRAL CNRS / EHESS - 2013

Reference

4224

Autobiography of a research centre

Founded in 1983 in the wake of Roland Barthes, the Centre de Recherches sur les Arts et le langage (CRAL) at the CNRS-EHESS (CNRS school of higher studies in social sciences) is dedicated to the study of arts, language and aesthetics. The unit brings together literary scholars, art historians, musicologists, philosophers, linguists, sociologists of art and literature.
Featuring interviews with several prominent members the centre over its long history, this documentary provides an original insights into the way intellectual and institutional life intertwine, while retracing how studies, the arts, literature and aesthetics have been thought out.

Duration

01:08:00

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Définition

HD

Color

Color

Sound

Sound

Version(s)

French

Original material

HD

Director(s)

Momoko SETO

CNRS Institute(s)

Regional office(s)

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