Saint-Ogan et les grands enfants : la place de l'œuvre d'Alain Saint-Ogan dans le discours historique de la SOCERLID

Abstract : The work done by the Société civile d'étude et de recherche sur les littératures dessinées (SOCERLID) on the cartoonist Alain Saint-Ogan (1895-1974) during the 1960's and 1970's gives a glimpse of how such learned societies specialised in comics constructed the medium's background history. The SOCERLID's studies on Saint-Ogan demonstrated a learned but still unscientific method as well as a tendency to build myth around some periods and authors. The society's members strove to legitimate comics through the rehabilitation of what they read as children : Saint-Ogan thus became one crux of their historical consideration, being even refered to as the "father" of french comics. This article will unravel their historical construction still influent in nowadays representations of comic art in France.
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Julien Baudry. Saint-Ogan et les grands enfants : la place de l'œuvre d'Alain Saint-Ogan dans le discours historique de la SOCERLID. Comicalités. Études de culture graphique, Université Paris 13 / Université Paris Sorbonne, 2012, http://comicalites.revues.org/578. ⟨10.4000/comicalites.578⟩. ⟨hal-00989766⟩

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