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By Sentiment and By Status

Remembering and Forgetting Crémieux during the Franco-Algerian War

Jessica Hammerman

citizenship in 1940, and, for at least six months after Algeria’s liberation in 1943, Jews were indigenous in the eyes of the French government. As the JDC leader Charles Jordan observed in 1956, “The French showed, during the Vichy period, that the decree can

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The Gallic Singularity

The Medieval and Early Modern Origins

Tracy Adams

same for fiefs. 15 In a study of female patrons in thirteenth-century Flanders and Hainault, Erin Jordan writes that in the absence of a male heir “fiefs on the continent would pass to the eldest daughter of the senior branch of the family,” and, she

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What Was So Funny about Les Aventures de Rabbi Jacob (1973)

A Comedic Film between History and Memory

Michael Mulvey

Palestinian nationalism. The latter manifested itself in the 1970 Jordan airplane hijackings and the 1972 Munich Summer Olympics massacre. In Rabbi Jacob , the Arab is linked to violence without religious heritage. Slimane is secular and cosmopolitan. He

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Amy Kallander

twentieth century where individual choice and romantic love offered a way for young people to “assert a modern identity.” 16 In Nigeria, Daniel Jordan Smith highlighted this interconnectivity between love, marriage, and modernity, in contrast to love found

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Mathias Möschel

Billie Holiday's “Strange Fruit” and the movies American History X (Tony Kaye, 1998) and Get Out (Jordan Peele, 2017), an internet viewer of the video would not be able to perceive the difference between a critique of racism suffered by Black people

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The Whiteness of French Food

Law, Race, and Eating Culture in France

Mathilde Cohen

, 3 (2008): 387–397, doi: 10.1080/00330120802013679 ; Amy Bentley, “Martha's Food: Whiteness of a Certain Kind,” American Studies 42, 2 (2011): 89–100, ; Lisa Jordan Powell and Elizabeth S. D