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Owen White and Elizabeth Heath

-à-vis those of Arabs in Algeria and the superiority of Indian indentured laborers relative to freed slaves in post-emancipation Guadeloupe and Martinique. 41 Although a major figure in the labor market, the colonial state nevertheless was only one factor

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Policing the French Empire

Colonial Law Enforcement and the Search for Racial-Territorial Hegemony

Samuel Kalman

various authors. 15 Yet in this case, administrative bumbling resulted in a decade-long saga of mistaken identity and incompetence peripatetically moving from Toulon to Senegal to Guadeloupe and back to Saigon. On one hand, Read's “French colonial history

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The Whiteness of French Food

Law, Race, and Eating Culture in France

Mathilde Cohen

chlordécone en Martinique et en Guadeloupe: l'égalité en question,” Revue française des affaires sociales 1 (2015): 163–183, doi: 10.3917/rfas.151.0163 . 40 Direction de la recherche, des études, de l'évaluation et des statistiques, Comment les 18–34 ans

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Chemical Agents

The Biopolitical Science of Toxicity

Melina Packer

-based Allied Chemical Co.) Notably, chlordécone was banned in the United States and France nearly two decades before it was banned in Martinique and Guadeloupe. Agard-Jones's (2015) analysis shows that in addition to colonial toxic products, the Antilles also

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A White Republic? Whites and Whiteness in France

Mathilde Cohen and Sarah Mazouz

complexities and ambivalences of White identification in contemporary Guadeloupe. He uses the case of invisible mixed-raced people and other “White mulattos” to expose the dynamic, relative, and situational definition of Whiteness. Through participant