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Putting Visual Multimodality into its Theoretical Context: Paper presented at Fourth World Congress of Middle Eastern studies (WOCMES), Ankara, Turkey

Janson, Torsten LU (2014) Fourth World Congress for Middle East Studies (WOCMES), 18th to 22nd August
Abstract (Swedish)
This panel is devoted to an exploration of multimodal, visual staging of meaning in the Middle East and in multicultural European societies. Presentations will discuss examples of visual inventiveness in different and multimodal medial contexts, varying both in terms of motivations, positions of power and visual strategies employed. The panel invites reflection on how the study of current visual staging of meaning may contribute to analyzing the complex and intriguing interrelationship of identity processes, artistic inventiveness and religio-political constraints in Middle Eastern societies and beyond.
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  author       = {Janson, Torsten},
  language     = {swe},
  title        = {Putting Visual Multimodality into its Theoretical Context: Paper presented at Fourth World Congress of Middle Eastern studies (WOCMES), Ankara, Turkey},
  year         = {2014},
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