Stéphanie Demange

Stéphanie Demange

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 Stéphanie Demange is a former student of the École Normale Supérieure of Lyon. She holds the agrégation in Spanish (a high level competitive exam for the recruitment of teachers) and a Master’s degree in Hispanic Studies. She is currently finishing a PhD in the field of the cultural history of modern Spain, part of which was carried out while she was a research fellow at the Casa de Velázquez EHEHI in Madrid from 2011 to 2013. Her work deals with the representations of poverty in late nineteenth-century Spanish academic painting. She also teaches at the University of Grenoble after holding a teaching assistantship for three years at Paris-Sorbonne. 
« Un regard bourgeois sur la question sociale : la peinture académique et lacrymogène sous la Restauration espagnole, 1890-1910 », Las culturas políticas en la España del siglo XIX, J. Lanes Marsall, M. Ostolaza (eds.), Paris, Éditions Hispaniques, 2010, p. 237-277.

« Les démunis à l’honneur dans les Salons : reconnaissance ou disqualification ? Analyse des principaux motifs mélodramatiques de la peinture lacrymogène espagnole (1890-1910) ». María A. Semilla Durán (coord.), Variaciones sobre el melodrama, Madrid, ed. Casa de Cartón, 2013, p. 173-190.

 

  • Cultural history of modern Spain
  • History of representations and social imaginaries
  • Poverty
  • Painting
  • Emotions
  • Melodrama