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VOLUME 10, ISSUE 1

French Studies Today (part 1)

January 2006

10.1

Cover photo by Richard Lewis

 

Articles and Essays
Nicole Rizzuto (introduction by Gayatri Chaktravorty Spivak)
READING SARAH KOFMAN’S TESTIMONY TO LES ANNÉES NOIRES IN RUE ORDENER, RUE LABAT

Grace An (introduction by Timothy Murray)
A PAR-ASIAN CINEMATIC IMAGINARY

Matthew Kemp (introduction by Alec Hargreaves)
EMPIRE, “TERROR,” AND HUMAN RIGHTS: FRANCE AND THE UNITED STATES SINCE 9/11

Suzanne Dow (introduction by Michael Sheringham)
MADNESS IN FRENCH WOMEN’S TWENTIETH-CENTURY WRITING

Florence Marsal (introduction by Anne Berthelot)
QUÊTE, ÉCRITURE ET PROSE ARTHURIENNE CHEZ JACQUES ROUBAUD

Christopher Hogarth (introduction by Mireille Rosello)
NOMADIC FRANCOPHONIE, FRANCOPHONE NOMADS. THE CASE OF THE SENEGALESE NOVEL

Cathy Jellenik (introduction by Warren Motte)
REDONNET REDOES

Siobhan Shilton (introduction by Charles Forsdick)
TRAVEL LITERATURE IN FRENCH COLONIAL AND POSTCOLONIAL ENCOUNTERS

Sandrine Sanos (introduction by Joan Scott)
“FROM REVOLUTION TO LITERATURE”: THE POLITICAL AESTHETICS OF THE YOUNG NEW RIGHT, 1936-1937

Kathryn Lay-Chenchabi (introduction by Jacqueline Dutton)
BREAKING THE SILENCE: BEUR WRITERS IMPOSE THEIR VOICE