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France's colonial legacies : memory, identity and narrative

Author: Fiona Barclay
Publisher: Cardiff : University of Wales Press, [2013] 2013.
Series: French and francophone studies.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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France's Colonial Legacies offers a timely intervention in the debates around the French empire and its place in the life of the contemporary nation, drawing on the expertise of researchers working  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Livres électroniques
History
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Fiona Barclay
ISBN: 9780708326688 0708326684
OCLC Number: 904308747
Notes: Titre de l'écran-titre (visionné le 24 févr. 2015).
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Description: 1 ressource en ligne (280 p.).
Contents: Introduction: The Postcolonial Nation Fiona Barclay Part One: Narrative Gaps 1. Amnesia about Anglophone Africa: France's Rhodesian mind-set, its manifestations and its legacies, 1947 - 58. Joanna Warson 2. From 'ecrivains coloniaux' to ecrivains de 'langue francaise': strata of un/acknowledged memories. Gabrielle Parker Part Two: The Algerian War, Fifty Years On 3. Conflicting memories: modernisation, colonialism and the Algerian war appeles in Cinq colonnes a la une. Iain Mossman 4. Derrida's virtual space of spectrality: cinematic haunting and the law in Mon Colonel (Herbiet, 2006). Fiona Barclay 5. 'Le devoir de memoire': the poetics and politics of cultural memory in Assia Djebar's Le Blanc de l'Algerie. Jennifer Mullen 6. (Un)packing the suitcases: postcolonial memory and iconography. William Kidd Part Three: The Transnational Family 7. Interrogating the transnational family: memory, identity and cultural bilingualism in Sous la clarte de la lune (Traore, 2004). Zelie Asava 8. Continuity and discontinuity in the family: looking beyond the post-colonial in Il y a longtemps que je t'aime (Claudel, 2008). Fiona Handyside Part Four: Contemporary Commemorations 9. Anti-racism, republicanism and the Sarkozy years: SOS Racisme and the Mouvement des Indigenes de la Republique. Thomas Martin 10. Playing out the postcolonial: football and commemoration. Cathal Kilcline 11. Crime and penitence in slavery commemoration: from political controversy to the politics of performance. Nicola Frith
Series Title: French and francophone studies.
Responsibility: edited by Fiona Barclay.

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