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María Ignacia Alcalá Sucre

2017 PhD contract
Research team : social science

María Ignacia Alcalá Sucre

Thesis : The moving eyes : migrations, photographic practices and counter-visuality

Directed by Maxime Cervulle and Alexandra Saemmer

María Ignacia Alcalá Sucre holds a degree in Social Communication (Universidad Católica Andrés Bello) and two master’s degrees in Creative and Cultural Industries (University Paris 8) and thus worked on two master’s theses, directed by Maxime Cervulle, focused on photographic practices of young Latin-American au pairs and photographic practices of Syrian refugees and asylum seekers in France. Her thesis – codirected by Alexandra Saemmer and Maxime Cervulle – continues to explore her last researche subject to study interactions between photographic practices, representations and migratory processes.

Labex Arts-H2H

Le Laboratoire d’excellence des arts et médiations humaines est lauréat des Investissements d’avenir depuis 2011. Dans ce cadre, les membres développent des recherches selon trois axes majeurs : situations, technologies, hybridations.

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