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A Bridge Across the Mediterranean

Nafissa Sid Cara and the Politics of Emancipation during the Algerian War

Elise Franklin

also Seferdjeli, “French ‘Reforms’ and Muslim Women’s Emancipation,” 38. 41 Tunisia and Morocco decolonized in 1956. Morocco remained a monarchy, but Tunisia came under the rule of the authoritarian secularist Habib Bourguiba. The French Army had also

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Jews and Christians in Vichy France

New and Renewed Perspectives

Michael Sutton

some attraction to the prospect of a Latin union made up of authoritarian, conservative polities in which the Catholic Church would hold a privileged place. Suhard, by contrast, had no such strong preferences and tried to distinguish more sharply

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Aaron Freundschuh, Jonah D. Levy, Patricia Lorcin, Alexis Spire, Steven Zdatny, Caroline Ford, Minayo Nasiali, George Ross, William Poulin-Deltour, and Kathryn Kleppinger

lifeblood of the industrial wine system. Third, the constitution of the Fifth Republic weakened the institutional clout of the old wine lobby. I think the author overestimates the “authoritarian” (109) and technocratic nature of the Fifth Republic. But he is

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Judith G. Coffin

This essay considers the near simultaneity of The Second Sex and Alfred C. Kinsey's reports on sexual behavior. It shows how reviewers in both France and the United States paired the studies; it asks how that pairing shaped the reception of The Second Sex; and it situates the studies in their larger historical context—a moment in which sexuality commanded new and much broader attention. An ever-widening number of disciplines, institutions, sectors of mass culture, and representatives of an expanding consumer economy (from studies of the authoritarian personality or juvenile delinquency to advertising) insisted that sexuality was key to their concerns and enterprises. The ways in which sexuality might be understood multiplied—to the point where an allencompassing notion of “sex” collapsed, giving way, eventually, to a plurality of terms: sexuality, sex roles, and gender.

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Naomi J. Andrews and Benoit Coquard

protested even before the 1848 revolution against military rule and who emerged as the major critics of the Arab nationality agenda, the Arab Kingdom that Napoléon III promoted in the 1860s. Denouncing the authoritarianism and anti-democratic tendencies of

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Naomi J. Andrews, Simon Jackson, Jessica Wardhaugh, Shannon Fogg, Jessica Lynne Pearson, Elizabeth Campbell, Laura Levine Frader, Joshua Cole, Elizabeth A. Foster, and Owen White

authoritarianism and violence towards children and wives. They now encouraged fathers to engage emotionally with their children and portrayed the family as “a place of emotional investment and personal satisfaction” (28). But they also worried about mothers who

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Rebecca Scales

only the modernization of France's economy but the restoration of democracy and the renewal of social solidarity, both of which had been undermined by Vichy's authoritarianism. 4 Among the competing views for postwar France that emerged in the late