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Marie-Ève Thérenty

sur le modèle national. Si les travaux fondateurs de Benedict Anderson 18 et d’Anne-Marie Thiesse 19 ont permis de mesurer les apports de la presse dans la formation des identités nationales et régionales, très nettement l’histoire de la presse

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Patrick Young, David Looseley, Elayne Oliphant, and Kolja Lindner

represents an early and instructive case study of “civilians at war within a European context” (5). Her book also signals (less explicitly than it might have, perhaps) the need for more post-national perspectives in the study of modern military conflicts. The

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Félix Germain

sixties, however, new African political and social realities encouraged Cook to re-evaluate the intersection between French national identity and blackness. Reflecting the new geopolitical dimensions of the postcolonial Atlantic world, identities became

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The Rhizomatic Algerian Revolution in Three Twenty-First- Century Transnational Documentaries

Algérie tours, détours (2006), La Chine est encore loin (2009), Fidaï (2012)

Nicole Beth Wallenbrock

. Very far from the moudjahid propaganda films’ efforts to inspire Algerians to identity with their country, Bensmaïl’s cinéma vérité approach renders the influence of his national identity enigmatic. The distance from the Algerian Revolution feels

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Introduction

Globalizing the History of French Decolonization

Jessica Lynne Pearson

own. Africans, in this formulation, were relegated to the realm of support staff and onlookers, gazing wide-eyed as modernity whizzed by them. After independence, tourism would become an important means to establish new national identities, as African

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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

actively called French a colonial language. Sabo therefore asks, “How does his global background fit within a national institution that safeguards the French language and equates it with national identity?” (128) The answer, Sabo argues, can be gleaned from

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The Office de la Famille Française

Familialism and the National Revolution in 1940s Morocco

Margaret Cook Andersen

growth, the ideology of the National Revolution placed a premium on restoring “natural” gender identities. The ideologues emphasized the necessity of creating barriers to women’s employment outside the home, strengthening men’s roles as chef de famille

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Edward Berenson, Elinor Accampo, Joseph Bohling, and Michael Seidman

. Many products, such as Palmolive soap—manufactured in a French and British subsidiary in Canada—lost any national-based identity. In the long run, however, French tastes, local markets, tax laws, tariffs, treaties, quotas, and interwar xenophobia

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Black October

Comics, Memory, and Cultural Representations of 17 October 1961

Claire Gorrara

straddles the borders—real and imagined—between France and Algeria and a third space: American popular culture and music. Mohand/Vincent’s ability to “pass” as French accentuates the extent to which national identities can be performed and deconstructed. His

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“Algeria for the Algerians”

Public Education and Settler Identity in the Early Third Republic

Kyle Francis

settler community. Indeed, the settler population had taken advantage of the relative neglect with which metropolitan officials had approached settler affairs over the preceding fifty years in order to cultivate their own sense of identity and national