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M. Nick REES-ROBERTS

Corps :
Professeur des Universités - Université Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris 3)
Coordonnées :
Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, UFR Arts & Médias, Département de Médiation Culturelle, 13, rue de Santeuil 75005 Paris
Mél :
nick.rees-roberts@sorbonne-nouvelle.fr
Adresse site personnel :
http://univ-paris3.academia.edu/NickReesRoberts
Structure(s) de rattachement :
IRMÉCCEN - Institut de Recherche Médias, Cultures, Communication et Numérique - EA 7546
Département : Médiation culturelle (MC)
Discipline(s) :
section 71 - Sciences de l'information et de la communication

Discipline(s) enseignée(s)


Fashion Studies / Culture et communication de mode

Cultural Studies / Médiacultures contemporaines

Film and Media Studies / Cinéma et médias audiovisuels

Fonction(s)

Nick Rees-Roberts is Professor of Media and Cultural Studies at the Sorbonne Nouvelle University, Paris, France, where he is the director of the Masters programme in Fashion and Creative Industries in the Faculty of Arts and Media. He holds a BA (Hons) in Modern Languages from the University of Oxford and a PhD in Media and Cultural Studies from the University of Sussex (UK). He was formerly Lecturer and then Senior Lecturer at the University of Bristol (UK) from 2007 to 2016. Professor Rees-Roberts’ research focuses on contemporary media-culture in the intersecting fields of fashion studies, film studies, and gender and sexuality studies. He is the author of Fashion Film: Art and Advertising in the Digital Age (2018), French Queer Cinema (2008/2014); co-author of Homo exoticus: race, classe et critique queer (2010); and co-editor of Alain Delon: Style, Stardom and Masculinity (2015) and Isabelle Huppert: Stardom, Performance, Authorship (2020).

Nick Rees-Roberts est Professeur des Universités en Sciences de l’Information et de la Communication à l’Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3, où il est directeur du programme de Master Design : Mode et Industries Créatives à l’UFR Arts & Médias. Il est diplômé d’un master en lettres modernes de l’université d’Oxford et d’un doctorat en Media and Cultural Studies de l’université de Sussex au Royaume-Uni. Spécialiste des médiacultures contemporaines, ses recherches portent sur la culture et communication de mode. Il est l'auteur des ouvrages Fashion Film: Art and Advertising in the Digital Age (2018), French Queer Cinema (2008/2014), Homo exoticus: race, classe et critique queer (co-écrit avec Maxime Cervulle, 2010), et co-directeur (avec Darren Waldron) de Alain Delon: Style, Stardom and Masculinity (2015) et Isabelle Huppert: Stardom, Performance, Authorship (2021).

Thèmes de recherche


Fashion Studies / Mode (histoire, théorie, culture et communication)

Film Studies / Cinéma et audiovisuel

Gender and Queer Studies / Études LGBTQ et Études de genre

Media and Cultural Studies / Médiacultures contemporaines

Activités / CV

Authored Books

Fashion Film: Art and Advertising in the Digital Age, Bloomsbury Visual Arts: London, 2018 [Chinese and Russian language editions 2021].

Homo exoticus: race, classe et critique queer (Homo Exoticus: Race, Class and Queer Critique), Armand Colin and INA–Institut national de l’audiovisuel: Paris, 2010, co-authored by Maxime Cervulle, foreword by Professor Richard Dyer [Turkish language edition 2015].

French Queer Cinema, Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, 2008 [second edition 2014].

Edited Books

Isabelle Huppert: Stardom, Performance, Authorship, co-edited by Darren Waldron, Bloomsbury Academic: New York, 2021.

Alain Delon: Style, Stardom and Masculinity, co-edited by Darren Waldron, Bloomsbury Academic: New York, 2015.

Academic Journal Articles

“After Fashion Film: Social Video and Brand Content in the Influencer Economy,” Journal of Visual Culture, 19:3, 2020.

“Sexuality and Shade: Who’s Afraid of Queer Theory?,” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 25:2, 2019, pp. 372-374.

“All About Yves: Saint Laurent and the Warhol Effect,” Journal of European Popular Culture, 7:2, 2016, pp. 143-162.

“Backstage with Loïc Prigent: Documenting Process from Chanel to Gaultier,” Film, Fashion and Consumption, 5:2, 2016, pp. 149-164.

“New French Luxury: Art, Fashion, and the Re-invention of a National Brand,” co-authored by Silvano Mendes, Luxury: History, Culture, Consumption, 2:2, 2016, pp. 1-17.

“Raf Simons and Interdisciplinary Fashion from Post-punk to Neo-modern,” Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture, 19:1, 2015, pp. 9-42.

“Boys Keep Swinging: Hedi Slimane’s Fashion Iconography,” Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture, 17:1, 2013, pp. 7-26.

“Men of Mode: Alain Delon, Christian Dior and Brand Heritage,” Film, Fashion and Consumption, 1:1, 2012, pp. 81-99.

Fashion Film: mode, cinéma et numérique,” Poli: Politique de l’image, no. 5, 2011, pp. 99-112.

 “Queering the Orientalist Porn Package: Arab Men in French Gay Pornography,” co-authored by Maxime Cervulle, New Cinemas, 6:3, 2009, pp. 197-208.

“Arab Masculinity and Queer Fantasy in France,” Contemporary French Civilization, 2008, 32:1, pp. 183-207.

 “Down and Out: Immigrant Poverty and Queer Sexuality in Sébastien Lifshitz’s Wild Side,” Studies in French Cinema, 7:2, 2007, pp. 143-155.

“Original Pirate Material: Male Interracial Desire in Isaac Julien’s Young Soul Rebels,” Cahiers Charles V, 40, 2006, pp. 271-289.

 “La Confusion des genres: Transsexuality, Effeminacy and Gay Identity in France,” International Journal of Cultural Studies, 7:3, 2004, pp. 281-300.

Chapters in Edited Books

“After Elle: Isabelle Huppert’s Performance of Fashion, Fame, and Feminism” in N. Rees-Roberts and D. Waldron (eds), Isabelle Huppert: Stardom, Performance, Authorship, Bloomsbury: New York, 2021, pp. 217-240.

“Introduction—Against Type: Isabelle Huppert’s Unorthodox Stardom” in N. Rees-Roberts and D. Waldron (eds), Isabelle Huppert: Stardom, Performance, Authorship, Bloomsbury: New York, 2021, pp. 1-20.

“Queer and Upright: Sex, Age, and Disorientation in Alain Guiraudie’s Staying Vertical” in J. Gwynne and N. Richardson (eds), Cross-Generational Relationships and Cinema, Palgrave MacMillan: London, 2020, pp. 123-140.

“Fade to Grey: Dolan’s Pop Fashion and Surface Style” in The Films of Xavier Dolan, Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, 2019, pp. 209-227.

“Single Men: Sixties Heritage and Vintage Style in Contemporary Cinema” in Eugenia Paulicelli, Drake Stutesman, and Louise Wallenberg (eds), Fashion, Film, and the 1960s, Indiana University Press: Bloomington, Indiana, 2017, pp. 190-210.

“Behind-the-scenes: Framing fashion and the limits of the documentary mode” in Fashion Tales: Feeding the Imaginary, Peter Lang: Bern, 2017, pp. 163-179.

“Dressed to Kill: Alain Delon, The Style Icon” in N. Rees-Roberts and D. Waldron (eds), Alain Delon: Style, Stardom and Masculinity, Bloomsbury: New York, 2015, pp. 141-158.

“Introduction: Alain Delon, Then and Now” in N. Rees-Roberts and D. Waldron (eds), Alain Delon: Style, Stardom and Masculinity, Bloomsbury: New York, 2015, pp. 1-12.

Hors Milieu: Queer and Beyond” in R. Moine and H. Radner (eds), The Blackwell Companion to Contemporary French Film, Blackwell: Oxford, 2014, pp. 439-460.

“Branding Brazilian Fashion: Global Visibility and Intercultural Perspectives” co-authored by Silvano Mendes in S. Bruzzi and P. Church Gibson (eds), Fashion Cultures Revisited, Routledge: London, 2013, 31-42.

“‘Back to Reality’: The Materialist Turn in Queer Studies” in Dissidence et Identités plurielles, J-P. Rocchi (ed.), Presses Universitaires de Nancy: Nancy, France, 2008, pp. 287-304.

Review Articles

“Film Studies,” The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies, 71, 2011, pp. 242-250

André Téchiné by Bill Marshall,” Contemporary French Civilization, 33 (1), 2009, pp. 213-217.

Reviews of Single Academic Books

Love, Mortality and the Moving Image by Emma Wilson. French Studies, 67:3, 2013, p. 450.

My Father and I: The Marais and the Queerness of Community by David Caron. French Studies, 64:3, 2010, pp. 376-377.

Télévision et homosexualité: 10 ans de fictions françaises 1995-2005 by Brigitte Rollet. Modern and Contemporary France, 17:3, 2009, pp. 363-364.

Zoom in, Zoom Out: Crossing Borders in Contemporary European Cinema by Sandra Barriales-Bouche and Marjorie Attignol-Salvodon. Studies in Hispanic Cinemas, 6:2, 2009, pp. 177-178.

Other Publications

Translations from French to English:

·        Silvano Mendes, “The Instagrammability of the Runway: Architecture, Scenography, and the Spatial Turn in Fashion Communications,” Fashion Theory,” published online 2019.

·        Silvano Mendes, “See Now Buy Now: The Position of the Press in Fashion’s New Consumer Model,” International Journal of Fashion Studies, 4:2, 2017, pp. 285-291.

·        Maxime Cervulle, “French Homonormativity and the Commodification of the Arab Body” Radical History, 100, 2008, pp. 171-179.

Biographical entry on Copi for France and the Americas: Culture, Politics and History, ed. B. Marshall, ABC-CLIO: Santa Barbara, 2005.

Critical Theory entries for Sexuality: The Essential Glossary, ed. J. Eadie, Arnold Press: London, 2004.

 

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mise à jour le 17 septembre 2020


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