De La petite taupe qui voulait savoir qui lui avait fait sur la tête : Quand un album de jeunesse devient scénario d’exposition

Abstract : This article studies the transposition of a childhood literature album, into a scientific exhibition which was designed in 2015 by the Museum of Natural History of Lille. The album called De la petite taupe qui voulait savoir qui lui avait fait sur la tête (The story of the little moll who Knew it was none of his business) has been written by Werner Holzwarth and illustrated by Wolf Erlbruch. The authors of this article (searchers on French didactics and sciences didactics) shared their glances and their analyzes both on the album object and on the exhibition and the school visit in order to present a cross-reading. They question the museographic and scenographic choices that contributed to the specific design of the exhibition. Then, relying on one of the visits they observed, filmed and retranscribed, they identify the place of the album in the visiting experience through the mediation of the guide: how the album is re-introduced among the museographic choices made beforehand? How scientific and museological knowledges are built around the album to arise specific content?
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Cora Cohen-Azria, Ana Dias-Chiaruttini. De La petite taupe qui voulait savoir qui lui avait fait sur la tête : Quand un album de jeunesse devient scénario d’exposition. Pratiques : linguistique, littérature, didactique, Centre de recherche sur les médiations (Crem) - Université de Lorraine 2017, 175-176, ⟨http://journals.openedition.org/pratiques/3714⟩. ⟨hal-01670348⟩

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