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Politics
Author: Jennifer Anne Boittin
ISBN: 0803229933
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Publisher University of Nebraska Press (2010)
Language English
Category: Politics
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by Jennifer Anne Boittin


Jennifer Anne Boittin's Colonial Metropolis represents a bold assertion of the centrality of colonial relationships to. .Ian Germani H-Urban 2010-09-01).

Jennifer Anne Boittin's Colonial Metropolis represents a bold assertion of the centrality of colonial relationships to the political and cultural history of interwar Paris. -Ian Germani, H-Urban.

Jennifer anne boittin. Series: France Overseas: Studies in Empire and Decolonization. Published by: University of Nebraska Press. After the war they were expected to return without protest to their homes-either overseas or metropolitan. Neither group, however, was willing to be discarded.

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Colonial Metropolis tells the story of the interactions and connections of.often interpreted as politically subversive.

Colonial Metropolis tells the story of the interactions and connections of these black colonial migrants and white feminists in the social, cultural, and political world of interwar Paris and of how both were denied certain rights lauded by the Third Republic such as the vote, how they suffered from sensationalist depictions in popular culture, and how they pursued parity in ways that were.

Boittin’s description of Paris as a colonial metropolis provides a memorable term to define what is ultimately . Citation: Ian Germani.

Boittin’s description of Paris as a colonial metropolis provides a memorable term to define what is ultimately revealed to be a surprisingly complex reality. Most simply, the term defines Paris as the administrative hub of the French overseas empire, the central locus for the organs of state power dispatching their minions for the governance of distant colonies. But, as Boittin demonstrates, colonial relationships are anything but simple. France Overseas: Studies in Empire and Decolonization. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Colonial Metropolis : The Urban Grounds of Anti-Imperialism and Feminism in Interwar Paris. Jennifer Anne Boittin.

Books Books Non- Fiction Social & Political Sciences. After the war they were expected to return without protest to their homes either overseas or metropolitan

Books Books Non- Fiction Social & Political Sciences. The Urban Grounds of Anti-Imperialism and Feminism in Interwar Paris. After the war they were expected to return without protest to their homes either overseas or metropolitan. Paris became not merely their home but also a site for political engagement.

France Overseas: Studies in Empire and Decolonization. 6 Illustrations, 4 Tables. Jennifer Anne Boittin is an associate professor of French, francophone studies, and history at Pennsylvania State University. Country of Publication. Gender Studies, Gay & Lesbian Studies. University of Nebraska Press.

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World War I gave colonial migrants and French women unprecedented access to the workplaces and nightlife of Paris. After the war they were expected to return without protest to their homes—either overseas or metropolitan. Neither group, however, was willing to be discarded.  Between the world wars, the mesmerizing capital of France’s colonial empire attracted denizens from Africa, the Caribbean, and the United States. Paris became not merely their home but also a site for political engagement. Colonial Metropolis tells the story of the interactions and connections of these black colonial migrants and white feminists in the social, cultural, and political world of interwar Paris. It explores why and how both were denied certain rights, such as the vote, how they suffered from sensationalist depictions in popular culture, and how they pursued parity in ways that were often interpreted as politically subversive.