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

A Comedic Film between History and Memory

Michael Mulvey

of Jewish deportation and repressed memories of (de)colonization as well as their legacies for a multiracial and multicultural France. Oury set Rabbi Jacob in a present full of intentional allusions to the recent past. As the top box-office draw of

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Asma Abbas

that we, who have always known how to grieve better and more consistently than our murderers, take a chance on each other and decolonize our complaints while we do so. Why not seize the moment and call the bloody bluff of capital and colony in crisis

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Refugee Hospitality Encounters in Northern Portugal

“Cultural Orientations” and “Contextual Protection”

Elizabeth Challinor

of more than half a million residents from Portugal’s African colonies—in the wake of Portugal’s 25 April revolution in 1974 which precipitated their decolonization—constitutes a significant historical antecedent to Portuguese refugee hospitality

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Modernity, Ḥadātha, and Modernité in the Works of Abdallah Laroui

Conceptual Translation and the Politics of Historicity

Nils Riecken

. 19 Decolonization, Visions for Emancipation, and Tradition In this critical concern with historically situated conceptual frameworks, Laroui's works can furthermore be located within an intellectual movement in North Africa in the 1960s that

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Perspectives from the Ground

Colonial Bureaucratic Violence, Identity, and Transitional Justice in Canada

Jaymelee J. Kim

justice and Decolonization in Canada .” Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education and Society 5 ( 1 ): 24 – 44 . Menjívar , Cecilia . 2011 . Enduring Violence: Ladina Women’s Lives in Guatemala . Berkeley : University of California Press . Metz

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Jonathan A. Allan, Chris Haywood, and Frank G. Karioris

, recognizing the need to, without falling into apoliticality, decolonize our scholarship and thinking and recognize the importance of indigenous scholarship ( Innes and Anderson 2015 ; McKegney 2014 ; Tengan 2008 ). We need to ask questions such as: what

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Rethinking France’s “Memory Wars”

Harki Collective Memories, 2003–2010

Laura Jeanne Sims

and quell resistance. On the whole, the Harki memoirs as a genre are more focused on conveying personal experiences of decolonization than on exploring the origins of French colonialism in Algeria. Yet in Fatima Besnaci-Lancou’s memoir, Fille de harki

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Catherine Plum, Klaus Berghahn, Gregory Smulewicz-Zucker, David Freis, and Matthew Eckel

global events like the Holocaust and decolonization, which changed the global normative context and undermined those policies’ moral legitimacy. The book has six chapters. The introduction (Chapter 1) lays out the theoretical framework, arguing for the

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With an Open Mind and Open Heart

Collections Care at the Laboratory of Archaeology

Kate Roth

Decolonizing Practice .” American Indian Quarterly 30 ( 3–4 ): 280 – 310 . Atalay , Sonya . 2012 . Community-Based Archaeology . Berkeley : University of California Press . Burley , David V. 1994 . “ A Never Ending Story: Historical Developments in

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Andrea Scholz

The demand for the inclusion of source communities into the practices of ethnographic museums has arrived in Germany, as part of a wider debate around decolonization and collaboration (see Förster 2013: 201; Golding and Modest 2013 ; Jebens 2016