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Editors’ Introduction

Constance L. Mui and T Storm Heter

chance of surviving given Sartre's unwavering commitment to the Algerians’ cause, and Camus’ reluctance to support the idea of independence. As a pied-noir, Camus saw the land as belonging to everyone and was concerned about any violence that might be

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The State of Emergency at Home

House Arrests, House Searches, and Intimacies in France

Flora Hergon

” (Ahmed); “We say ‘Muslims, Muslims,’ but my favorite volunteer [in her organization] is gay, Jewish and pied noir , right!” (Juliette). These different sentences illustrate the anticipation of an amalgam between being a Muslim and being perceived as