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Index A la recherche du temps perdu (Proust), 178 abacost, 164. See also Mobutu; La sape Abbas, Ackbar, 159 acculturation, 51, 64 activism, 38, 134 AEF/AOF countries, 30–31 Affirmation Exclusion: Cultural Pluralism and the Rule of Custom in France (Amselle), 33 Africa: cultural elements of, 9; as deterritorialized entity, 14, 141; European stereotypes of, 6; extracontinental, 33; France’s foreign policy on, 207; francophone sub-Saharan, 63, 142; highereducation systems in, 31; oral language ’s dominance in, 6; as territorial signifier, 22; texts on, 93; Western attitudes in, 150; Western construct of, 54. See also French colonial mechanisms ; French-African relations Africa Faith and Justice Network, 197 Africa Trade Bill Alert, 197 An African in Paris (Dadié), 74–80, 115, 171, 193; colonial ideology in, 76; compared with Mirages de Paris, 74; correcting negative constructs of Africans in, 80; on French modernity in, 76 African(s): barbarism, 37–38, 125; Diaspora, 10, 13, 135, 141–142, 146, 213n27; eighteenth-century representations of, 7; in France, 8; history of, 3; interdisciplinary study of, in France, 19; schools available to, 45; sub-Saharan, 12, 40, 42; treatment of, versus African Americans, 87; writers, 4, 6, 9, 10, 22–24, 42, 44, 105, 133–134, 166, 195, 227n8. See also France; globalization; migration; Paris; writers African American(s): African counterparts of, 10; artists, 50; interdisciplinary study of, in France, 19; in Paris, 10, 87, 170; plight of, 87; treatment of, versus Africans, 87; writers, 4, 11, 85–86, 88, 105, 107 African Ceremonies (Beckwith and Fisher), 167 African Gigolo (Njami), 163 African Growth and Opportunity Act, 197 The African Imagination: Literature in Africa and the Black Diaspora (Irele), 3, 80–81 African soldiers, 29–30 African students: in France, 30–32, 223n129 African women, 177; emancipation of, 245n25; in Rebelle, 146; social clubs of, 167; testimonial narratives by, 132; treatment of, 134–135, 137, 142. See also female excision; feminism(s); human rights Afrique contemporaine, 132 “L’Afrique dans la mondialisation” (Hugon), 187, 197 Afrique sur Seine: A New Generation of African Writers (Cazenave), 19 Afro-Parisian, 18–19; novel, 20 Agonies (Biyaoula), 156 Agulhon, Maurice, 191–192 Akofa, Henriette, 4, 39, 114–130, 146, 172; case against France, 122–125 Akoua, Ekue, 111 Allman, Jean, 164–165 Amselle, Jean-Loup, 3, 13–14, 33, 62, 77, 114–115, 133, 156–157 anticolonialism, 7, 31, 50, 99 Appadurai, Arjun, 186, 189 Appiah, Kwame Anthony, 230n46 Apter, Emily, 229–230n40 Ashcroft, Bill, 141–142 Asian American culture, 11 assimilationist paradigm, 9 Association pour la connaisance de l’histoire de l’Afrique contemporaine, 36, 210 Au coeur de la sape: Moeurs et aventures de Congolais à Paris (Gandoulou ), 157 Au coeur de l’ethnie (Amselle), 13 Augé, Marc, 36 L’aventure ambiguë (Kane), 43, 60–66, 67, 117, 188; compared with L’enfant noir, 62, 64–66; compared with Mirages de Paris, 67; context of Islam in, 60–61; French opinions of Africans in, 63; Koranic school in, 60–61; violence in, 61 Bâ, Miriama, 177, 188 Badinter, Robert, 117–118 Baker, Josephine, 11 Baldwin, James, 88 Balibar, Etienne, 23, 26–27, 99–100, 135, 187, 207, 210 bamiléké, 7 Bancel, Nicolas, 27, 33, 37–38, 47 Banjo: A Story without a Plot (McKay), 84–88; compared with The Black Docker, 84–86, 88 barbarism, 125, 141, 247n44; African, 37–38, 125; in Rebelle, 149 Barber, Benjamin, 1 Barthes, Roland, 84, 170 battling, 170–171. See also sapeurs Baudrillard, Jean, 114, 170 Bayart, Jean-François, 1 Bazenguissa-Ganga, Rémy, 157, 160, 162, 172, 181 Beauvoir, Simone de, 143 Beckwith, Carol, 167 Begag, Azouz, 94–95, 208, 210 Behdad, Ali, 36, 75 Belated Travelers: Orientalism in the Age of Colonial Dissolution (Behdad), 75 Benhabib, Seyla, 38, 152 Benjamin, Walter, 159 Berlin Congress, 1884–1885, 8, 47 Berlin Olympics of 1936, 87 Bertoncello, Brigitte, 96 Beti, Mongo, 19, 202, 207, 227n7 Between Men: English Literature and Male Homosocial Desire (Sedgwick), 166 Beurs, 12, 19, 22, 219n82 “Beurs noirs à Black Babel” (Magnier), 20 Beyala, Calixthe, 4, 16, 39, 83, 110–111, 137–141, 151, 166, 177, 208–209, 219n77, 232n63, 245n25 Bhabha, Homi K., 13, 16, 116, 162 Biyaoula, Daniel, 40, 120, 156–157, 172, 177, 191 black: Britain, 17; historiography, 9; identity, 86; intelligentsia, 29, 85; literature , 210; noir versus, 11; political organizations, 29; usage of, 12 Black American culture, 87 Black Atlantic, 11 The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness (Gilroy), 11 Black Boy (Wright), 89 Black British Literature: Novels...

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9780253112217
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2012-01-01
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