PARTNERS

      University of Limoges

PARTNERS

PARTNERS

University of Limoges

PARTNERS

At the heart of Europe, the University of Limoges is an important multidisciplinary higher education cluster in an environment more conducive to scientific development. Open, it is a place brimming with interactions, with a diverse student population, efficient hosting structures, close-knit teams, training based on research of a very high level and for well-identified opportunities. Its scientific excellence, with its state of the art laboratories and major partnerships, contributes to inventing the world of the future. University of Limoges serves as leader of WP6.

At the heart of Europe, the University of Limoges is an important multidisciplinary higher education cluster in an environment more conducive to scientific development. Open, it is a place brimming with interactions, with a diverse student population, efficient hosting structures, close-knit teams, training based on research of a very high level and for well-identified opportunities. Its scientific excellence, with its state of the art laboratories and major partnerships, contributes to inventing the world of the future. University of Limoges serves as leader of WP6.

Research team
Jacques Migozzi

Jacques Migozzi

Prof. Jacques Migozzi, Professor of French Literature at the University of Limoges, and Executive President of the International Research Association in Popular Literature and Media Culture (LPCM), has focused his investigations about popular fiction for twenty years. He published a synthetical essay in 2005, Boulevards du Populaire (PULIM, collection Médiatextes), edited or co-edited nine volumes or special issues of journals, and published a lot of articles, mainly theoretical.

Natacha Levet

Natacha Levet

Prof. Natacha Levet is Assistant Professor in Literature at the University of Limoges, in France. Her research fields are popular culture, crime fiction, especially hard-boiled novel and its poetics in French literature, but also Sherlock Holmes as a mediatic phenomenon through Europe and the United States. She’s a researcher for the Centre de Recherches sur les littératures populaires et les cultures médiatiques (University of Limoges) and a member of the International Association in Popular Literature and Media Culture. She is a member of the editing board of the on line per reviewed journal Belphégor.

Loïc Artiaga

Loïc Artiaga

Prof. Loïc Artiaga is Assistant Professor at Limoges University. He works on popular culture (XIXth-XXth centuries), and had studied a wide panel of subjects: the Catholic Church facing the popular novel in the XIXth century, Fantômas as a modern myth, the cultural transatlantic exchanges with the scope of digital humanities.

Jacques Migozzi

Jacques Migozzi

Prof. Jacques Migozzi, Professor of French Literature at the University of Limoges, and Executive President of the International Research Association in Popular Literature and Media Culture (LPCM), has focused his investigations about popular fiction for twenty years. He published a synthetical essay in 2005, Boulevards du Populaire (PULIM, collection Médiatextes), edited or co-edited nine volumes or special issues of journals, and published a lot of articles, mainly theoretical.

Natacha Levet

Natacha Levet

Prof. Natacha Levet is Assistant Professor in Literature at the University of Limoges, in France. Her research fields are popular culture, crime fiction, especially hard-boiled novel and its poetics in French literature, but also Sherlock Holmes as a mediatic phenomenon through Europe and the United States. She’s a researcher for the Centre de Recherches sur les littératures populaires et les cultures médiatiques (University of Limoges) and a member of the International Association in Popular Literature and Media Culture. She is a member of the editing board of the on line per reviewed journal Belphégor.

Loïc Artiaga

Loïc Artiaga

Prof. Loïc Artiaga is Assistant Professor at Limoges University. He works on popular culture (XIXth-XXth centuries), and had studied a wide panel of subjects: the Catholic Church facing the popular novel in the XIXth century, Fantômas as a modern myth, the cultural transatlantic exchanges with the scope of digital humanities.