Frenchness and the African Diaspora: Identity and Uprising in Contemporary France
Charles Tshimanga, Ch. Didier Gondola, Peter J. Bloom
Indiana University Press, 2009 - History - 336 pages
Auto da fé : understanding the 2005 Riots. Primitive rebellion in the French Banlieues : on the fall 2005 riots / Didier Lapeyronnie -- The republic and its beast : on the riots in the French Banlieues / Achille Mbembe -- Figures of multiplicity : can France reinvent Its identity? / Achille Mbembe -- Outsiders in the French melting pot : the public construction of invisibility for visible minorities / Ahmed Boubeker -- Colonization, citizenship, and containment. From imperial inclusion to republican exclusion? : France's ambiguous postwar trajectory / Frederick Cooper -- Colonial syndrome : French modern and the deceptions of history / Florence Bernault -- Transient citizens : the othering and indigenization of blacks and Beurs within the French Republic / Didier Gondola -- The Law of February 23, 2005 : the uses made of the revival of France's "colonial grandeur" / Nicolas Bancel -- Visions and tensions of Frenchness. A conservative revolution within secularism : the ideological premises and social effects of the March 15, 2004, "anti-headscarf" law / Pierre Tévanian -- Zidane : portrait of the artist as political avatar / Nacira Guénif-Souilamas -- The state of French cultural exceptionalism : the 2005 uprisings and the politics of visibility Peter J. Bloom -- Let the music play : the African diaspora, popular culture, and national identity in contemporary France / Charles Tshimanga.
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Examining Frenchness and the African Diaspora
Understanding the 2005 Riots
On the Fall 2005 Riots
On the Riots in the French Banlieues
Can France Reinvent Its Identity?
The Public Construction of Invisibility for Visible Minorities
Part 2 Colonization Citizenship and Containment
5 From Imperial Inclusion to Republican Exclusion? Frances Ambiguous Postwar Trajectory
Part 3 Visions and Tensions of Frenchness
The Ideological Premises and Social Effects of the March 15 2004 AntiHeadscarf Law
Portrait of the Artist as Political Avatar
The 2005 Uprisings and the Politics of Visibility
The African Diaspora Popular Culture and National Identity in Contemporary France
We Are the Natives of the Republic
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