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3. De Gaulle Book , Print in English
Julian Jackson. 2018 .

Jackson, Julian, 1954-

A definitive biography of the mythic general who refused to accept the Nazi domination of France, drawing on unpublished letters, memoirs, and papers in the newly opened de Gaulle archives that show how this volatile man put a broken France back at the center of world affairs. In…
4. Destins de l'eugénisme Book , Print in French
Paul-André Rosental. 2016 .

Rosental, Paul-André,

Un laboratoire humain -- Les Jardins Ungemach comme poème de pierres -- Cobayes ou citoyens ? Une "république moderne" -- Cultures scientifiques eugénistes À la recherche des souches saines et fécondes.
Edmund Burke III. 2014 .

Burke, Edmund, 1940-

Alone among Muslim countries, Morocco is known for its own national form of Islam, ""Moroccan Islam."" However, this pathbreaking study reveals that Moroccan Islam was actually invented in the early twentieth century by French ethnographers and colonial officers who were…
Edmund Burke III. 2014 .

Burke, Edmund, 1940-

Alone among Muslim countries, Morocco is known for its own national form of Islam, Moroccan Islam. This book reveals that Moroccan Islam was actually invented in the early twentieth century by French ethnographers and colonial officers who were influenced by British colonial…
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Herrick Chapman. 2018 .

Chapman, Herrick,

At the end of World War II, France's greatest challenge was to repair a civil society torn asunder by Nazi occupation and total war. Recovery required the nation's complete economic and social transformation. But just what form this "new France" should take remained the burning…
Eleanor Davey (University of Manchester). 2015 .

Davey, Eleanor,

This is a major new account of how modern humanitarian action was shaped by transformations in the French intellectual and political landscape between the 1960s to 1980s. Eleanor Davey reveals how radical left third-worldism was displaced by the 'sans-fronti©♭riste' movement as…
Eleanor Davey, University of Manchester. 2015 .

Davey, Eleanor.

"This is a major new account of how modern humanitarian action was shaped by transformations in the French intellectual and political landscape between the 1960s to 1980s. Eleanor Davey reveals how radical Left third-worldism was displaced by the 'sans-frontieriste' movement as…
Venus Bivar. 2018 .

Bivar, Venus,

"The concept of terroir (the unique quality that a particular habitat imparts to food) and practices of organic farming are essential to the image of French food and are assumed to have developed alongside a left-leaning political tradition. However, as Venus Bivar reveals, the…
Venus Bivar. 2018 .

Bivar, Venus,

"The concept of terroir (the unique quality that a particular habitat imparts to food) and practices of organic farming are essential to the image of French food and are assumed to have developed alongside a left-leaning political tradition. However, as Venus Bivar reveals, the…
"This book turns a compelling new lens on thinking about the history of Paris and photography. The invention of photography changed how history could be written. But the now commonplace assumptions--that photographs capture fragments of lost time or present emotional gateways to…
Emma Kuby. 2019 .

Kuby, Emma, 1981-

"History of concentration camp survivors who launched an international campaign to expose ongoing crimes against humanity in the 1950s that illuminates how the memory of Nazi atrocity both spurred and distorted Europeans' efforts to comprehend the persistent violence of the Cold…
Pierre Singaravélou ; préface de Christophe Charle. 2011 .

Singaravélou, Pierre,

Joseph Bohling. 2018 .

Bohling, Joseph, 1978-

"This book inverts our understanding of French wine by showing how the celebrated regional appellation system was a deliberate capitalist strategy to take advantage of global markets, as opposed to an inherently traditional way of making and classifying wine"--