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Histoire Sociale / Social History
Histoire Sociale / Social History4 days ago

“While a recent burst of scholarship and activism has brought Bordeaux’s dark slave trade past to light, I seek to demonstrate that Bordeaux’s emergence as a vibrant port did not only derive from the exploitation of Africans and Antilleans. Bordeaux was also built upon the...

Histoire Sociale / Social History
Histoire Sociale / Social History3 weeks ago

L’article de Renée Gosson, dans notre numéro thématique de mai 2020, analyse les expositions du Mémorial ACTe (en photo ci-dessous) qui ont pour objectif de faire valoir « l’acte du souvenir pour fabriquer une société nouvelle ». Gosson montre également, de manière implicite, qu’il existe...

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2 days ago
Have you seen our “early release” page on @ProjectMUSE of late? There are currently over 25 book reviews there that will appear in the Fall.

Soon, articles that will appear in our next special issue will be there too!

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3 days ago
Martin Mourre, « Qualifier l'esclavage et (commencer à) commémorer son abolition au Sénégal : la loi du 5 mai 2010 »

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3 days ago
Back in March, the editorial board decided to make all material freely available on Project Muse until June 30th to help cope with the sudden changes imposed on many of us due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We sincerely hope it helped.
4 days ago
Malik Noël-Ferdinand, « Le choix de Marie : Aimé Césaire et Suzanne Césaire face au 22 mai (1948-1960) »

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