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VOLUME 17, ISSUE 2

Ideas of France/ L’idée de la France

March 2013

Guest Co-Editor: Todd Reeser

17.2

Articles and Essays
Domna C. Stanton
CONTESTING THE EXCLUSIVE NATION AND THE REPUBLICAN SUBJECT: FOR A NEW UNIVERSALISM AND COSMOPOLITANISM

Lawrence D. Kritzman
THE JEWS WHO ARE NOT ONE: POLITICS AND INTELLECTUAL LIFE IN FRANCE

Ewa Tartakowsky
FROM ONE SHORE, THE OTHER . . . THE IMAGE OF FRANCE IN THE WORKS OF CONTEMPORARY JUDEO-MAGHREBI NOVELISTS

Marc Decimo
« FRANÇAIS DE SOUCHE » : ÊTRE GAULOIS OU CITOYEN FRANÇAIS?

David Spieser-Landes
LANGUAGE POLITICS AND AESTHETICS: ANDRÉ WECKMANN AND ROBERT GROSSMANN ON ALSATIAN REGIONAL IDENTITY

Laurence Grove
THE IDEA OF FRANCE IN ‘‘COMICS’’ OLD AND NEW

Melissa Deininger
DANGEROUS INDIFFERENCE: FRANCK PAVLOFF’S MATIN BRUN AND POLITICAL QUIETISM IN FRANCE’S 2002 ELECTIONS

Kinga Zawada
SUCCESSFUL FRAUD: ÉDOUARD, A.K.A.THE DUCHESSE DE LANGEAIS

Peter Eubanks
MIXITÉ AND MATURITY IN EDITH WHARTON’S FRENCH WAYS AND THEIR MEANING

Kathryn Kleppinger
NEW IDEAS OF FRANCE: THE RECONCEPTUALIZATION OF NATION-BASED HISTORY AND CULTURE IN ALAIN MABANCKOU’S DEMAIN J’AURAI VINGT ANS

Marianne Bessy
GEOGRAPHICAL DILEMMA AND LITERARY CREATION: VASSILIS ALEXAKIS’ PARIS

Jaime Hanneken
INFINITE LATINITÉ: FRENCH IMPERIAL DISCOURSE BETWEEN L’AFRIQUE LATINE AND AMERICA LATINA

Interview
David Pettersen
INTERVIEW WITH CHRISTIE MCDONALD AND SUSAN RUBIN SULEIMAN