The articles in this issue of French Politics, Culture & Society range from social distances and class hierarchies during the First World War to an examination of how “memory activists”—and particularly new anti-racist groups—mobilized the memory of slavery to address issues of community identity and resistance within the context of twenty-first-century republicanism. This issue concludes with a review essay and book reviews.
Volume 36, Issue 2
Social Encounters in the French Trenches
A Bridge Across the Mediterranean: Nafissa Sid Cara and the Politics of Emancipation during the Algerian War
Manufacturing a Multifunctional Countryside: Operational Landscapes, Urban Desire, and the French State, 1945-1976
L'impact de "mai-juin 1968" sur la régulation sociale: Le cas de deux entreprises d'État en Haute-Garonne (1960-1975)
Clair Juilliet and Michael Llopart
Objects of Dispute: Planning, Discourse, and State Power in Post-War France
Between Resistance and the State: Caribbean Activism and the Invention of a National Memory of Slavery in France
Gender, Empire, and the Politics of Regeneration
Christopher E. Forth
Eric Jennings, Hanna Diamond, Constance Pâris de Bollardière and Jessica Lynne Pearson
- Ruth Ginio, The French Army and its African Soldiers: The Years of Decolonization (University of Nebraska Press, 2017).
- Valerie Deacon, The Extreme Right in the French Resistance: Members of the Cagoule and Corvignolles in the Second World War (Louisiana State University Press, 2016).
- Daniella Doron, Jewish Youth and Identity in Postwar France: Rebuilding Family and Nation (Indiana University Press, 2015).
- Jennifer Johnson, The Battle for Algeria: Sovereignty, Health Care, and Humanitarianism(University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016)
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