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Frondeuses and Feminists in the Work of Arvède Barine (1840–1908)

Whitney Walton

's familiarity with natural and human sciences influenced all of her work, and she shared with many in the French Third Republic a concern about the role of heredity in race degeneration, as Christopher Forth and Elinor Accampo address in their book on modernity

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Judith Butler and the Sartrean Imaginary

Kathleen Lennon

realness of everyday raced, classed or gendered identities. It is rather the fact that the realness of everyday social categories is also constituted out of just the same ability to compel belief, as a result of the embodiment of norms. There is nothing

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Thomas Meagher and Farhang Erfani

had some early resonance as well. Sartre's readers—e.g., Suhayl Idris, Fayiz Sayigh, and Taha Husayn— eventually won the existentialist race, but they remained embattled on the intellectual scene and had to adapt to local concerns. One group of

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Kyle Michael James Shuttleworth and Nik Farrell Fox

-first where his myriad philosophical insights inspire new research in aesthetics, social theory, race studies, the Philosophy of Mind, psychology, and gender studies, and where new books about his multifarious connections proliferate by the year. As Oliver

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Targeted Door-to-Door Canvassing and the Parti socialiste’s Political Culture

Frédéric Sawicki

directly through referendum. Although those changes were aimed in part at improving the relationships among the party’s competing candidates in the run-up to the presidential race, regular party members also benefited from them and in the process acquired

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Paul Jankowski, Clifford Rosenberg, and Rebecca Pulju

relies on a vague, static notion of “embodiment.” Islam, Davidson writes repeatedly, was more thoroughly “embodied” or “racialized” than other religions in twentieth-century France. More than that, race and religion overlap, for her, only in the case of

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Administering Vaccination in Interwar Algeria

Medical Auxiliaries, Smallpox, and the Colonial State in the Communes mixtes

Hannah-Louise Clark

every inhabitant of Algeria, not only infants and youths, to be vaccinated within two years of the decree. Third, it formalized differences between populations in terms of race, geography, and gender. “European immigrants” were to be vaccinated

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The Future of the Human Sciences

Ivan Jablonka

Translator : Nathan Bracher

’s vantage point, in order to eliminate biases due to class, race, or gender. For example, it is not indifferent that a man studies violence suffered by women, as I did in the case of Laetitia Perrais, a young woman murdered at the age of 18 in the early

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Republican Imperialisms

Narrating the History of “Empire” in France, 1885–1900

Christina Carroll

. Especially in the West Indies, Napoleon went out of his way to reinstitute slavery and hierarchies based on race—policies he never introduced in Europe. At the same time, the administrative structures that Napoleon established overseas and in Europe

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A Bridge Across the Mediterranean

Nafissa Sid Cara and the Politics of Emancipation during the Algerian War

Elise Franklin

belonging in an ill-prepared and unwelcoming host country. The perception of French Muslims—and particularly French Muslim women—as bound by tradition derived from durable discourses about the importance of emancipation and assimilation, regardless of race