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"Et Plus Si Affinités"

Malagasy Marriage, Shifting Post-Colonial Hierarchies, and Policing New Boundaries

Jennifer Cole

In 1999 and 2004, a debate exploded within the Malagasy expatriate community in France after Et Plus Si Affinités, a realist style documentary about arranged marriage between Malagasy women and French men, aired on local television. The series chronicled the adventures of three French bachelors who went to Madagascar to find brides. In this article, I use the reactions to Et Plus Si Affinités as a lens through which to examine changes in Malagasy sexual relations as they are inflected by relations between different ethnic groups in Madagascar, particularly how different groups have historically approached sexual and marital relationships between Malagasy women and French men. Drawing on this case study, I argue that studies of transnational arranged marriage need to attend more closely first to historical representations and the way they figure into transnational marriage, and second to how circulating representations mediate women's agency and their ability to achieve their goals.

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Sophie Meunier

represents a remarkable increase of 60 percent since 2000 and an average growth rate of 4 percent per year. 11 Estimates now put the number of French expatriates at over 3 million in 2016. According to INSEE, between 2006 and 2013, for the first time the

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Klaus Oschema, Mette Thunø, Evan Kuehn, and Blake Ewing

is now applied to make sense of the economic, social, and political developments in the new millennium. It is demonstrated how representatives of state authority appropriate the word to embrace expatriates and to mobilize new relationships of national

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Félix Germain

in the same year as Maran’s death. The end of the colonial regime encouraged many African intellectuals and African-American expatriates to leave Paris for Africa, where opportunities were thought to be endless. Cook, who had mostly focused on the

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Introduction

Writing History and the Social Sciences with Ivan Jablonka

Nathan Bracher

, expatriation, and legal dilemmas impact the history of the nation. Ultimately, the researcher-narrator’s construction of the narrative is what makes it possible to join all the various strands of individual lives together with continuity, coherence, and

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

narrative, both sets of BD have relied upon the romantic feminization of Indochina, with an expatriate adventurer exploring the exotic locale, often with the aid of a local métis sidekick. Through the reconstruction of such narrative tropes, McKinney

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Conservation-Induced Resettlement

The Case of the Baka of Southeast Cameroon—A Variation on the Habitual Mobility–Immobility Nexus

Harrison Esam Awuh

by the Bantu and a few expatriates. 38 Yasuoka, “The Sustainability of Duiker.” 39 Clapperton Mavhunga identifies firearms as incoming technology received and used by Africans with a variety of social outcomes. He goes on to emphasize the role of

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Marcelo Hoffman

Communist Hypothesis and the Question of Organization ’, Theory & Event 16 ( 4 ), http://muse.jhu.edu/login?auth=0&type=summary&url=/journals/theory_and_event/v016/16.4.thomas.html Toscano , A. 2008 . ‘ Marxism Expatriated: Alain Badiou’s Turn ’, in

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Black October

Comics, Memory, and Cultural Representations of 17 October 1961

Claire Gorrara

immediate aftermath, alternative narratives were being produced. Jacques Panjel’s documentary film Octobre à Paris (1962) was released in Paris cinemas but screened for only a few weeks before being seized by the police. In 1963 American expatriate writer

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“Till I Have Done All That I Can”

An Auxiliary Nurse’s Memories of World War I

Michelle Moravec

Organized by sympathetic expatriates, the American Ambulance Hospital grew out of the existing American Hospital in Paris. At the start of the war, the French government turned over a recently completed school, the Lycée Pasteur, to these volunteers, who