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Daughters and Mothers in Souviens-toi de moi and Sous les pieds des femmes

Carrie Tarr

Carrie Tarr is a Senior Research Fellow, at Kingston University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Women, Immigration and Identities in France

Berg, 2000

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...An earlier, shorter version of this chapter was given as a paper at the conference on Refocusing: Women Filmmakers, Vancouver, March 1999. Some of the material on Souviens-toi de moi has also appeared in an earlier article (Tarr, 1997b).If...

Introduction

Jane Freedman

Jane Freedmanis is Lecturer in French Politics, at the University of Southampton. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Carrie Tarr

Carrie Tarr is a Senior Research Fellow, at Kingston University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Women, Immigration and Identities in France

Berg, 2000

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... in French cinema, in certain banlieue films (films set in the working-class housing estates on the peripheries of major cities) and certain films by French women directors (Tarr, 1997b; Sherzer, 1999). Carrie Tan-analyses the first appearance...

The Sans-papières: An Interview with Madjiguène Cissé

Jane Freedman

Jane Freedmanis is Lecturer in French Politics, at the University of Southampton. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Carrie Tarr

Carrie Tarr is a Senior Research Fellow, at Kingston University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Women, Immigration and Identities in France

Berg, 2000

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...On 18 March 1996, 300 Africans who had no residence papers and were, therefore, living ‘illegally’ in France, occupied the church of Saint-Ambroise in Paris to protest about their situation and to demand that the French authorities...

French Women of Vietnamese Origin and the Homeland

Women, Immigration and Identities in France

Berg, 2000

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...How might Vietnamese women of the diaspora carry with them their association with their homeland? As a stranger might carry an orphan, ‘for whom he seeks nothing but a tomb?’ (Lê, 1995, p. 58). As the monstrous dead foetus of an unborn...
... identity.‘[F]aire preuve d’un relatif conformisme intellectuel et idéologique avec les tenants du systeme en place, c’est-à-dire adhérer au discours sur l’intégration’, ‘rester “ethniquement visible’“, ‘l’illusion d’un dialogue entre les diverses composantes de la communauté nationale’.Translated by John Ryan Poynter and Carrie Tarr...
... to negotiate misunderstanding and hostility:As Sylvie Durmelat suggested at the IRS conference on ‘Women and Ethnicities in France’ (November 1998), organized by Jane Freedman and Carrie Tarr, the interviewee’s story opens up a space where...

The Associative Movement of African Women and New Forms of Citizenship

Women, Immigration and Identities in France

Berg, 2000

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...The situation of migrants (whether male or female) is an ambivalent one. It involves both the impossibility of continuing to live in the country that one has left for various reasons (whether economic, political, or familial...

Maghrebi Families in France

Women, Immigration and Identities in France

Berg, 2000

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...The major problems within Maghrebi families in France, problems that often spill out of the family circle and become a primary topic for the media, concern the young and above all adolescents. In effect, adolescence is a critical time...

The Representation of Ethnic Minority Women in Comic Books

Women, Immigration and Identities in France

Berg, 2000

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... couple’ (Tarr, 1997a, p. 79), it has been accurately observed that in Boudjellal’s L’Oud: la trilogie, ‘the smoothest romantic relationships are between mixed couples’ (Douglas and Malti-Douglas, 1994, p. 205). Nonetheless, if the most common...

‘Beur’ Women Writers and the Question of Representation

Women, Immigration and Identities in France

Berg, 2000

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...France in the 1980s saw the emergence of a generation of ‘Beur’ writers,The term ‘Beur’ is placed here between inverted commas in the light of recent reservations about its suitability in the late 1990s and beyond. See for example...