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Frenchman, Jew, Positivist

Reading the Rules and Mapping Émile Durkheim in Germany

Wiebke Keim

the elaborate analysis in Rol 2017 ). A second translation was undertaken by René König in 1961 . Other texts that would be interesting in terms of the reception history of sociological theory include Durkheim's doctoral dissertation, ‘The Division

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When Paris was “à l'heure chinoise” or Georges Pompidou in China and Jean Yanne's (1974) Les Chinois à Paris

Catherine E. Clark

, “What Was So Funny about Les Aventures de Rabbi Jacob (1973): A Comedic Film Between History and Memory,” French Politics, Culture & Society 35, 3 (2017): 24–43. Reading film in this way requires accounting for production and reception histories