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Jeffrey H. Jackson

By the 1920s, the physical transformation in the urban space of Montmartre led two groups of artists to "secede" from the city of Paris, at least in spirit. Calling themselves the Commune Libre de Montmartre and the République de Montmartre, these painters, illustrators, poets, writers, and musicians articulated a distinctive community-based identity centered around mutual aid, sociability, and limiting urban development. They also reached out to the poor of the neighborhood through charity efforts, thus linking their fates with those of other area residents. Through these organizations, neighborhood artists came to terms with the changes taking place in the city of Paris in the 1920s by navigating between nostalgia and modernism. They sought to keep alive an older vision of the artists' Montmartre while adapting to the new conditions of the post-World War I city.

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The Algerian Café-Hotel

Hub of the Nationalist Underground, Paris 1926–1962

Neil MacMaster

movements in nineteenth-century France have shown in some detail how, at the micro-level, urban clubs, associations, and chambrées sustained forms of sociability in which a popular radical tradition took root, often hidden away from the eyes of the police

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

increase resentment. Children of long-term chômeurs are more likely to follow in their parents’ footsteps. Mass unemployment not only destroys traditions of solidarity and sociability of the working-class movement but also “l’ethos collectif de la société

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Whitney Walton

Nationale de France, Departement des Manuscrits, NAF 18343, 256 [hereafter NAF]. 12 Anne Rebecca Epstein, “Gender, Intellectual Sociability and Political Culture in the French Third Republic, 1890–1914” (PhD diss., Indiana University, 2004). 13 Diana Holmes

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Representations of Women in the French Imaginary

Historicizing the Gallic Singularity

Jean Elisabeth Pedersen

special French tradition of sociability between men and women and that it represented a distinctively different pattern of behavior from that of American, “Anglo-Saxon,” or even other European men and women. Second, however, it also shows how important it

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

’s study falls short and present scholarship offers no solutions. For instance, was male migration truly as culture-less as he repeatedly suggests? Or, rather, did migrant labor and housing patterns create a homosocial male migrant culture and sociability

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Outrageous Flirtation, Repressed Flirtation, and the Gallic Singularity

Alexis de Tocqueville's Comparative Views on Women and Marriage in France and the United States

Jean Elisabeth Pedersen

social perfectibility, ranks the educated sociability of French women over the isolated domesticity of British women, and puts the future of the French republic in their hands. Beaumont devotes the majority of Marie to a scathing criticism of the

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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

themselves …” (54). “Yesterday's sociable, radicalized worker,” he adds by way of clarification, “was to become tomorrow's domesticated, satisfied consumer” (69). Pétrus: the ultimate weapon of counterrevolution. These occasional anticapitalist remarks and

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Camus et la « littérature algérienne »

Une notion stratégique dans l’espace littéraire francophone

Tristan Leperlier

» antithétiques, indis –sociablement politiques et littéraires, pour les écrivains situés à la périphérie de la « République mondiale des lettres 9 » comme le sont les écrivains franco –phones d’Algérie : « l’assimilation » à l’écrivain « universel » qu’est l

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From Political Fringe to Political Mainstream

The Front National and the 2014 Municipal Elections in France

Gabriel Goodliffe

“counter-culture” with its own rituals, modes of association, and forms of communal sociability that seek to make the FN inextricable from the social and political life of the community. 24 The working-class city of Hénin-Beaumont in the northern