University Professor teaching at the CELSA (School of Information and Communication Sciences) at the Sorbonne University in Paris
Emmanuël Souchier is a University Professor teaching at the CELSA (School of Information and Communication Sciences) at the Sorbonne University in Paris.
He is in charge of the doctoral seminar “Paths of writing” with Anne Zali (National Library of France), at the Sorbonne Research Centre, and was appointed Research Professor and Director of the GRIPIC, the CELSA Research Laboratory at the Sorbonne University (2007-2014).
He is the editor of Raymond Queneau’s works for the publishing houses Bibliothèque de la Pléiade, Les Cahiers de la NRF, and Folio (Gallimard), and also Editor-in-Chief of the review “Communication et Langages” for Presses Universitaires de France.
His work concerns the history and the semiology of text and image, the story, the imaginary world and the written word (writing, typography …), the book and its “digital” forms. As author of a theory of “editorial enunciation” he is also the instigator of a theory of “screen writing” and “network writings”. He is interested in design, and ordinary communication practices, as well as the relationship between literature and communication.