MARSEILLE VS THE MEDITERRANEAN

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This article discusses the creation of a participatory web documentary in Marseille in reaction to the spatial imposition and symbolic productions of two new cultural institutions in the city. Based on observations of the web documentary’s producers and participants and an analysis of the final product, it argues that the former have produced a form of resistance in their empowerment of local individuals and perspectives. These perspectives operate in opposition to those of the new institutions that depict Marseille as a “Mediterranean” city while implicitly and explicitly excluding local particularities and practices, which have paradoxically contributed to the city’s identity and international renown.

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digital, web documentary, Mediterranean, urban renewal, resistance

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Cartelli, P., (2017) “MARSEILLE VS THE MEDITERRANEAN”, Ethnologia Europaea 48(1), p.19-33. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/ee.1948

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Philip Cartelli (Wagner College, New York)

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