dePICTions breathes new life into the French tradition of the critical review.
Based in Paris and inspired by the city’s intellectual currents, yet published in English as the world’s scholarly lingua franca, this new critical review translates a distinctly French approach for an international audience.
Welcome to dePICTions volume 2 (2022): U.S. vs. … (Un-)American Crossings and Appropriations.
François Cusset (French) Theory: An Anti-American American Invention If French Theory is American, it is so in the sense of being an errant concept, caught
Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte American French-ness: The American Appropriation of Contemporary French Philosophy From the early seventies onwards, a variety of philosophical theories produced in
Image: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Chicago Federal Center Mike Grimshaw Towards an Architectural Theology: An Appropriation of Thought Between Tillich and Mies Paul Tillich
Image: The Children of the Planet Saturn, Jan Brueghel the Younger (1601-1678) Anxhela Hoxha-Çikopano Albanian Softshoe: Addressing American Issues via the Most Anti-American Country In 1985,
Judith Ellis Beyond Appropriation: Art Tatum Taps into Infinity As the tracing of beginnings is a dubious task in the writing of history and the
Image: Stephanie Hayes in Slow Machine Yonca Talu The World Stops When You Find Yourself Engrossed in Another Person’s Story Interview with Paul Felten and