French Cultural Studies: An Introduction

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French Cultural Studies: An Introduction
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations x
  • Notes on Contributors xii
  • Introduction: French Cultural Identities 1
  • Part I - Industrialization and War 1870-1944 9
  • 1 - Industrialization and its Discontents (1870-1914) 11
  • References 53
  • 2 - Wars and Class Wars (1914-1944) 54
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 92
  • Part II - Reconstruction and its Ideologies 1945-1967 97
  • 3 - Crises of Modernization (1945-1967) 99
  • 4 - Modernization and Avant-gardes (1945-1967) 140
  • References 177
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 178
  • Part III - Revolution and Postmodernity 1968-1995 183
  • Revolution and Postmodernity: May 1968 and After 185
  • 5 - The Author, the Reader, and the Text after 1968 191
  • References 211
  • 6 - The Self and Others 213
  • References 230
  • 7 - Popular Culture and Cultural Politics 232
  • References 263
  • 8 - French in the World: From Imperialism to Diversity 264
  • References 278
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 286
  • Conclusion: French Cultural Studies in the Future 290
  • References 295
  • Chronology 1870-1994 296
  • Index 316
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