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, at home, and in migration, intersections of race, gender, and class, contrasts between rural and urban areas, or the multiple role of religious identities and legal statuses. Reconstructing those social realities will require new archives, of labor

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: Catholics and the Formation of Postcolonial Identity in Algeria (Vol. 33, No. 2, 97) WALKER-SAID, Charlotte . Science and Charity: Rival Catholic Visions for Humanitarian Practice at the End of Empire (Vol. 33, No. 2, 33) REFLECTIONS, EVENTS, AND DEBATES

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Marie-Ève Thérenty

sur le modèle national. Si les travaux fondateurs de Benedict Anderson 18 et d’Anne-Marie Thiesse 19 ont permis de mesurer les apports de la presse dans la formation des identités nationales et régionales, très nettement l’histoire de la presse

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Globalizing the History of French Decolonization

Jessica Lynne Pearson

own. Africans, in this formulation, were relegated to the realm of support staff and onlookers, gazing wide-eyed as modernity whizzed by them. After independence, tourism would become an important means to establish new national identities, as African

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Black October

Comics, Memory, and Cultural Representations of 17 October 1961

Claire Gorrara

straddles the borders—real and imagined—between France and Algeria and a third space: American popular culture and music. Mohand/Vincent’s ability to “pass” as French accentuates the extent to which national identities can be performed and deconstructed. His

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Owen White and Elizabeth Heath

offered Tunisians ample opportunity to manipulate colonial ideas of nationality and identity and, in the process, evade onerous tax obligations. 33 In other cases what the colonial state called smuggling was simply the continuation of old trade across new

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Representations of Women in the French Imaginary

Historicizing the Gallic Singularity

Jean Elisabeth Pedersen

republican national identity during its formative period, especially in its legal, educational, and economic aspects.” For the period between 1870 and 1920, she also highlights the importance of “the close relationships that existed between women's rights