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Raphaël Baroni is associate professor at the Faculty of Arts (EFLE) at the University of Lausanne. His work focuses in particular on literary theory, the didactics of literature and the didactics of French as a foreign language. He is also interested in media studies, with a particular interest in graphic narratives and the digital transition of the arts. He has published three books: La tension narrative (Seuil, 2007), L’œuvre du temps (Seuil, 2009) and Les rouages de l’intrigue (Slatkine, 2017). He has co-edited a dozen issues of journals or collective works, including Introduction à l’étude des cultures numériques (forthcoming, Armand Colin), Narrative Sequence in Contemporary Narratology (OSUP, 2016) and Le Savoir des genres (PUR, 2007). With Thérèse Jeanneret, he created the Groupe de recherche sur les biographies langagières (GReBL). He also participated in the creation of the Groupe d’étude sur la bande dessinée (GrEBD), the Pôle de narratologie transmédiale (NaTrans) and the Réseau des narratologues francophones (RéNaF). In addition to his teaching in Lausanne, he was a visiting professor at the École normale supérieure de Paris and at the Université Paris III Sorbonne-Nouvelle.

 

In the media

Raphaël Baroni, dans Médialogues, sur les sujets ” S’il te plait, raconte-moi une série télé!” (09 nov 2019) et “Helvetica, le coup médiatique de la RTS” (02 nov 2019)

Entretien sur la publication de l’ouvrage Introduction à l’étude des cultures numériques avec Antoine Droux pour l’émission « Médialogue », RTS La Première, 7 mars 2020.
URL : https://www.rts.ch/play/radio/medialogues/audio/bd-photo-tv-cinema–la-profonde-transition-numerique-des-medias?id=11112056

Book

Baroni, R. & C. Gunti, (dir.) (2020), Introduction à l’étude des cultures numériques. La transition numérique des médias, Paris, Armand Colin.

project

Reconfiguring Comics in our Digital Era