On the basis of a stock of 1,100 photos, a new programme based on the COVIDSCAPES project launched by GRIP will be starting in March 2023, in partnership with the Institut Covid-19 Ad Memoriam.

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Two years ago, GRIP launched the COVIDSCAPES project, a Linguistic Landscapes Analysis programme led by Florence Mourlhon-Dallies. COVIDSCAPES started during the first containment period with a photographic survey in several central districts of Paris, continued for two years and resulted in a first ‘Parisian’ corpus. This corpus was completed in the form of a participatory research conducted at UPCité by students in the Master 2 DDL and SDL. The student photos were taken in Paris, throughout the Ile de France, in the regions (Bordeaux, Toulouse) and for some of them in Reunion and Senegal. The analyses of these photos were the subject of various presentations (sound ppt, videos, short films) among GRIP’s activities. On the basis of a stock of 1,100 photos, a new programme to promote this collaborative research will be launched in March 2023, in partnership with the Covid-19 Ad Memoriam Institute. A testimonial collection of around one hundred captioned photographs will be compiled and made available to the general public and the academic world. In parallel, three thematic collections highlighting the chronological, memorial and interactional aspects of the messages delivered to passers-by and citizens will be included in this archive, which will be accessible electronically. Each collection will be the subject of a restitution event (conference, exhibition, etc.) in the academic year 2023/2024.

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