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Patricia Mainardi

-Bourbon” [Arrivée du roi au Palais-Bourbon], L’Illustration 2, 44 (30 December 1843), 276. 45 See “Tremblement de terre aux Antilles,” L’Illustration 1, 3 (18 March 1843), 53. 46 “Destruction of Pointe-a-Pitre,” The Illustrated London News 2, 52 (29 April 1843

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Decolonising Borders

Re-imagining Strangeness and Spaces

John Sodiq Sanni

black person] in Antilles to illustrate the challenges that colonised blacks face regarding language. He observes that ‘The black man has two dimensions: one with his fellows, the other with the white man. [The black person] behaves differently with a

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Roll Out the Barrel

French and Algerian Ports and the Birth of the Wine Tanker

Owen White

Havre-based Compagnie générale transatlantique developed to carry bananas from the Antilles, and Hamburg Süd’s refrigerated ships to transport Brazilian meat. 26 ) The Bacchus was owned by a French offshoot of the Rotterdam-based shipping company Van

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Rethinking the Margins with André Schwarz-Bart

From The Last of the Just and A Woman Named Solitude to the Posthumous Narratives

Kathleen Gyssels

-speaking Antilles. 40 See Marcelo N. Vinar, ‘Civilization and Torture: Beyond the Medical and Psychiatric Approach’, International Journal of the Red Cross 869, no. 89 (September 2007), 619–633. 41 See Emmanuel Levinas on feminism: http

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Republican Imperialisms

Narrating the History of “Empire” in France, 1885–1900

Christina Carroll

had at least theoretically distinct policies towards) or focus on the French colonies in the Antilles that relied most heavily on that institution; instead, his account centered on white colonists and indigenous populations in North America and India

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Citizens and Citizenship

The Rhetoric of Dutch Immigrant Integration Policy in 2011

Dana Rem and Des Gasper

-Netherlanders; Surinamese-Netherlanders; Caribbean [Aruba or Antilles origin]; and (2) others from, “for example, China, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Somalia” [2.1]. Within a crime-related clustering, several subgroups receive special mention, such as Antillean and Moroccan