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Entre Algérie et France

Écrire une histoire sociale des Algériens au vingtième siècle

Muriel Cohen and Annick Lacroix

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Editors’ Introduction

Edited by Ârash Aminian Tabrizi, Kate Kirkpatrick, and Marieke Mueller

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Index To Volume 33 (2015)

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Introduction

Frédéric Viguier

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Editors’ note

This is a special issue of Sartre Studies International based on the Diverse Lineages of Existentialism conference held in St. Louis from June 19 to 21, 2014.

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Decolonization and Religion in the French Empire

Giuliana Chamedes and Elizabeth A. Foster

Scholarly attention to decolonization in the French Empire and beyond has largely focused on the political transitions from colonies to nation-states. This introduction, and the essays in this special issue, present new ways of looking at decolonization by examining how religious communities and institutions imagined and experienced the end of French Empire. This approach adds valuable perspectives obscured by historiographical emphasis on French republican secularism and on the workings of the colonial state. Bringing together histories of religion and decolonization sheds new light on the late colonial period and the early successor states of the French empire. It also points to the importance of international institutions and transnational religious communities in the transitions at the end of empire.