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The electronic magazine L’Âge d’or. Images du monde ibérique et ibéro-américain is adhered to the internal team EMHIS (Écritures des Mondes Hispaniques) as part of the multidisciplinary laboratory of the LISAA (Littérature, Arts et Savoirs) EA4120. Edited since 2008, L’Âge d’or amounts to eight issues, at the rate of at least one issue per year. In its beginnings, it was dedicated to the study of iconography, mostly in cinema but also included painting, drawing and photography. The first four issues cover film history through the lens of renowned filmmakers (Luis Buñuel, Edgar Neville, Carlos Saura ...) as well as other fields associated with the seventh art, such as photography, painting (Siqueiros, Hartung, Goya, Antonio Saura ...) and visual arts didactics. From the outset, the magazine aims to be a meeting site that welcomes exchanges between French and foreign Hispanists, including specialists in the fields cited in other areas.

Since 2012, the editorial policy has evolved to better adapt to the recent scientific concerns of a multidisciplinary team. Three research fields guide its structure: ‘Read, see and know’, ‘Societies, knowledge and representations’ and ‘Translation and circulation of knowledge’ topics that broaden the category of ‘images’.

Published papers go through a selection process and prior evaluation, that may end up in a single-themed ample dossier (e.g. n ° 5 ‘Le visible et l’invisible dans le monde hispanique et hispano-américain’ and n ° 7 ‘Leopoldo María Panero : Dissensus and Dystopie’) or in shorter dossiers grouped into two or three themes (e.g. No. 6 ‘État plurinational et démocratie interculturelle in Bolivie / Le manifeste, le refus et le silence : trois poétiques mises à l’œuvre’), corresponding to studies presented under the category titled ‘various’. In this way we offer three approaches: a first unitary and broad approach, a second more solitary and spontaneous one where singularity can alternate with the collective and a third or intermediate approach, combining collectivity and diversity. Research papers are thus the result of confronting other views, creating a rich and diverse exchange, deriving from a conjoint reflection that goes beyond the specificity of each individual. At the same time, forethought takes place when a researcher faces his or her own object of study. This magazine wishes not to forget this body of work born from desires and passions, but also from the opportunities that encourage a researcher to decide to write about a specific topic. It is then possible to guide the reader towards a bold theme or concept or a federative issue, or be it to direct the reader towards implicit diversity and an emblem of freedom. It is possible to combine the two modes of research that seek to be creative at the same time as instructive.

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