French Historical Studies 33:3

An issue of: French Historical Studies

French Historical Studies 33:3
Journal Issue Volume 33, Number 3 Published: 2010 An issue of French Historical Studies


To subscribe to this journal visit the French Historical Studies page.

Price: $14.00
Request a desk or exam copy

Table of Contents Back to Top

Introduction Back

Who Is French? – Jennifer Anne Boittin and Tyler Stovall

Articles Back

What's in a Name? Mixed-Race Families and Resistance to Racial Codification in Eighteenth-Century France – Jennifer L. Palmer

The Secret beyond White Patriarchal Power: Race, Gender, and Freedom in the Last Days of Colonial Saint-Domingue – Tessie P. Liu

Creating French Settlements Overseas: Pronatalism and Colonial Medicine in Madagascar– Margaret Cook Andersen

Transgressing Boundaries: Gender, Race, Religion, and "Françaises Musulmanes" during the Algerian War of Independence – Natalya Vince

Jezebels and Victims: Antillean Women in Postwar France, 1946–1974– Felix Germain

Publications Back

Recent Articles on French History– Jean-Pierre V. M. Hérubel

Additional InformationBack to Top