Yale French Studies, Number 103: French and Francophone: The Challenge of Expanding Horizons (Yale French Studies)

Yale French Studies, Number 103: French and Francophone: The Challenge of Expanding Horizons (Yale French Studies)

By: Christopher L. Miller (editor), Farid Laroussi (editor)Paperback

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Farid Laroussi and Christopher L. Miller Editors' Preface Part I. Institutional and Professional Histories Ronnie Scharfman Before the Postcolonial Reda Bensmaia FrancoXphonie Karen Gould Nationalism, Feminism, Cultural Pluralism Samba Gadjigo Teaching Francophone African Literature in the American Academy Part II. Configurations of French and Francophone around the World Daniel Delas Francophone Literary Studies in France Jean Jonassaint Of Literatures in the Francophone Caribbean Amadou Kone Teaching Francophone Literature Josias Semujanga The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Teaching Francophone Literatures in Canada Farid Laroussi When Francophone Means National Part III. Impact, Influence, and Interpretation J. Michael Dash Caraibe Fantome Francesca Canade Sautman The Race for Globalization Mireille Rosello Unhoming Francophone Studies Sandy Petrey Language Charged with Meaning Lawrence Kritzman A Certain Idea of French Postscript: In Memory of Naomi Schor Naomi Schor Feminism and Francophone Literature: From One Revolution to Another Tom Conley From Detail to Periphery: All French Literature is Francophone


Part I Institutional and professional histories: before the postcolonial, Ronnie Scharfman; FrancoXphonie, Reda Bensmaia; nationalism, feminism, cultural pluralism, Karen Gould; teaching Francophone African literature in the American academy, Samba Gadjigo. Part II Configurations of French and Francophone around the world: Francophone literary studies in France, Daniel Delas; of literatures in the Francophone Caribbean, Jean Jonassaint; teaching Francophone literature, Amadou Kone; the fortunes and misfortunes of teaching Francophone literatures in Canada, Josias Semujanga; when Francophone means national, Farid Laroussi. Part III Impact, influence, and interpretation: Caraibe Fantome, J. Michael Dash; the race for globalization, Francesca Canade Sautman; unhoming Francophone studies, Mireille Rosello; language charged with meaning, Sandy Petrey; a certain idea of French, Lawrence Kritzman; postscript - in memory of Naomi Schor.

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  • ISBN13: 9780300100150
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 192
  • ID: 9780300100150
  • weight: 272
  • ISBN10: 0300100159

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