French Cultural Studies: Criticism at the Crossroads

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Marie-Pierre Le Hir, Dana Strand
SUNY Press, 22 juin 2000 - 325 pages
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Addresses the theoretical and pedagogical implications of redefining French Studies as an interdisciplinary field, while providing practical examples of the kind of criticism that such a shift would entail.

 

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Rethinking the Discipline
1
Identity Crises
11
Nana and the Nation
29
On the LanguageCulture Nexus
49
Creolized North Africa
69
Rap Music and French Cultural Studies
81
In Search of a Postmodern Ethics of Knowledge
103
The Popular in Cultural Studies
123
Performance Departmentalization and Detour in the Writing of Patrick Chamoiseau
185
Addicted to Race
205
Dark Continents Collide
221
Cette enfant blanche de LAsie
233
African Intellectuals in France
253
Interdisciplinarity Knowledge and Desire
275
Political Geography of Literature
295
Contributors
309

Negotiating Postcolonial Identities
143
Reframing Baudelaire
153

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Marie-Pierre Le Hir is Treuhaft Associate Professor of French at Case Western Reserve University. Dana Strand is Professor of French at Carleton College, Minnesota, and is the author of Colette: A Study of the Short Fiction.

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