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Cècile Mathieu

Translator : Matthew Roy

examples turned out to be very instructive. Indeed, the exemplification of the defined lemmas following the same model may at first appear redundant, but in fact provided many stereotypical images of foreign peoples. Indeed, the nouns chosen to

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Le sursis

petite critique de la raison journalistique

Jean-François Louette

, dans l’éternel. Hartley va écrire un pseudo-reportage, fait de stéréotypes que ses lecteurs américains attendent. Grand principe et grand péril du journalisme : le lecteur est roi, il faut lui donner ce qu’il veut, et, à la limite, tant pis pour la

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Ecaterina Lung

not attempting to reconstruct the real life of Byzantine women, but focus instead on the representations and stereotypes found in these histories when they refer to women. Like other traditional societies, in Byzantium men established women

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Linda Gruen

. Certain stereotypes regarding North American women prevailed in tourist accounts. Two of the most popular images were opposites: “the philanthropic woman,” a strong, self-sacrificing figure, and the “cosmetic woman,” a female motivated by materialism

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Deborah Evans

Writing about Islamic terrorism from a Sartrean perspective, Maria Russo rightly argues that there is the all-too-common danger of falling into stereotypical thinking. Yet, as Slavoj Žižek remarks, terroristic violence, and by implication any

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Contemporary “Structures” of Racism

A Sartrean Contribution to Resisting Racial Injustice

Justin I. Fugo

, stereotypes, policies, and institutions—i.e., racist structures that deny the humanity of non-whites—arises from the recognition that nonwhites are human beings capable of resistance. Sartre's analysis yields an important insight about a basic condition of

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Challenging the Absurd?

Sartre’s Article on Kafka and the Fantastic

Jo Bogaerts

la Kafka”, comme il y a un poncif des châteaux hantés et des monstres en mou de veau’ [Thanks to M. Blanchot, there is now a stereotype of the ‘Kafkaesque’ fantastic, in the same way as there is a stereotype of haunted castles and blood

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Amanda H. Littauer

say, ‘I don't have to teach her anything. She's teaching it all to me.’” 29 Angelica's account reveals the multiple possibilities for age-differentiated relationships, whose internal dynamics were often more subtle or complex than the stereotypes

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Valery B. Ferim

and thought – a stereotype that black people have endured for centuries. For instance, Encyclopedia Britannica (1798) defines a negro as follows: NEGRO, Homo pelli nigra, a name given to a variety of the human species, who are entirely black, and are

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Katherine Weikert and Elena Woodacre

gender, it is more largely recognized that the study of hegemonic masculinities can lead students and researchers to challenge this hierarchical structure, as well as recognize “complementary masculinities” that “reject gender stereotypes.” 10