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Postiers non-citoyens dans l’Algérie colonisée (vers 1900–1939)

Annick Lacroix

bureau recrutés parmi d’anciens militaires 24 . Si l’absence de diplôme restreint l’accès des Algériens aux emplois intermédiaires et supérieurs, la détention d’un capital scolaire est moins fermement exigée de ceux qui postulent aux emplois subalternes

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Hiroaki Seki

accompagné son évolution. Tout comme l’écriture littéraire, elle reste un objet fascinant et séducteur. Son capital de séduction, c’est « la fascination érotique de Cassandre, qui se précipite dans le lit d’Agamemnon ». Mais c’est la noce de sang, et elle

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Richard Ivan Jobs, Judith Surkis, Laura Lee Downs, Nimisha Barton, and Kimberly A. Arkin

demonstrates that elite discourses emerging from the capital did not necessarily reflect lived experiences in other parts of France. In particular, she suggests that Muslim and Jewish relations in Marseille are better understood through an examination of local

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Félix Germain

Caribbean and sub-Saharan African people from the lower classes migrated to the Parisian region. These newcomers, who for the most part were labor migrants, transformed the French capital into the largest “black city” in Europe. In the twenty-first century

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Paul Gyllenhammer

improve in terms of GDP. Nevertheless, growth in consumer classes does not eliminate poverty, since only those who have the proper investment capital can join in the so-called fun. Urbanization increases consumption and does not eliminate oppression in

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Disharmonious Continuity

Critiquing Presence with Sartre and Derrida

Gavin Rae

that différance is inherently political in that “ différance … governs nothing, reigns over nothing, and nowhere exercises any authority. It is not announced by any capital letter. Not only is there no kingdom of différance , but différance

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Trying on the Veil

Sexual Autonomy and the End of the French Republic in Michel Houellebecq’s Submission

Seth Armus

large and terrifying groups of nativists don’t seem to have any cultural capital behind them—rather, they appear lost and reactive. To make this point, he contrasts the household of Myriam’s parents (where he enjoys a slow meal with excellent food and

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The Origins of the Stanley Hoffmann We Knew

Some Comparisons on his Vichy Years with My Family Story

Peter Gourevitch

he could not afford and the group raised money for it. They had cultural capital, so education sustained them as refugees, with each flight. These experiences shaped them intellectually and culturally. My parents were older than Hoffmann, not so

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Decolonizing “La Brousse

Rural Medicine and Colonial Authority in Cameroon

Sarah C. Runcie

capital city for nine days to discuss new models for medical education on the continent. 1 According to the Beninois director of the WHO Regional Office for Africa, Dr. Alfred Quenum, the meeting would explore new ways of training medical personnel that

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Nicolas Mariot

editors of newspapers in the past—or they started to read to those men extracts from patriotic brochures and texts such as the “letters to all Frenchmen,” written by their masters who remained in the capital. They recited authors such as Barrès or Lavisse