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The Persistence of Poetic Realism in French Cinema of the Occupation

Barry Nevin

lauds the film for being “the opposite of all of the soporific diversions and the provincial dramas that were being offered to us.” 92 Such reactions were doubtless due in no small part to the film's salute to working-class solidarity, its indictment of

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Hélène Périvier and Rebecca Rogers

mobilize her statistical work for a politics of reform, Pégard brought to her efforts a feminist sensibility that became more evident not long after the Chicago World's Fair. Her efforts in the CNFF focused on organizing women and promoting cross-class

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“White” Guadeloupeans of “Mixed” Ancestry

Complicating Analyses of Whiteness and White Supremacy

Ary Gordien

class solidarity with [them],” since “the only sense of solidarity [he] feel[s] is related to the commitment [he] took for [his] country [Guadeloupe].” Although he inherited his skin color, last name, as well as his socioeconomic and cultural capital

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Maneuvering Whiteness in France

Muslim Converts’ Ambivalent Encounters with Race

Juliette Galonnier

to the Communist Party, having grown up in an industrial region of eastern France known for its powerful workers’ movement and class solidarity with immigrants. Others, such as Janice (hairdresser, Lille), Roxanne (social worker, Marseille), Aisha