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Decolonizing the Republic : African and Caribbean Migrants in Postwar Paris, 1946-1974
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Éditeur Michigan State University Press
Année 2016, cop. 2016
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Decolonizing the Republic : African and Caribbean Migrants in Postwar Paris, 1946-1974
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Description
1 vol. (XXIV-232 p.) : ill. ; 23 cm
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Notes
Bibliogr. p. 213-228. Index
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Classification Dewey
944
Contenu
Black internationalism and student activism in Paris of the fifties ; Civilizing sick bodies : African migration to Paris of the sixties ; French documentaries and the representation of African experiences ; Work, housing, colonial relations, and the formation of oppositional identities among working-class African workers ; Jezebels and victims : West Indian women in postwar France (1946-1974) ; Different beats : Henri Salvador's music and working-class Caribbean males in Paris of the sixties ; Without French labor unions : black community and political activism and decolonization in postcolonial Paris (1960-1974) ; May '68 in black ; Diasporic encounters : music, Le Pen, and "new" black activism in contemporary France (1974-2005) ; Conclusion
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978-1-61186-204-1
1-61186-204-3
9781609174897
9781628952636
9781628962635
1609174895
1628952636
1628962631
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