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Postcolonial Paris: Fictions of Intimacy in the City of Light [Reseña bibliográfica]

AuthorsAixelà-Cabré, Yolanda
KeywordsUrban Studies
European contexts
Paris (France)
Arab in Europe
Muslim in Europe
Issue Date2020
PublisherCambridge University Press
CitationAfrican Studies Review (63/1) : E1- E2 (2020)
AbstractAmine’s research brings all this inherited knowledge together and takes an unsparing look at the peripheries of Paris by utilizing Maghrebi and Franco-Arab voices, along with African-American expatriate authors writing about interracial and imagined spaces in Paris. She analyzes novels, films, and street art using “imaginative geography” and “postcolonial narratives” as proof of the colonial legacies that permeate the metropolis. Her work challenges the City of Light to justify its claim to be the French symbol of such values as equality, fraternity, and justice.
DescriptionReseña bibliográfica de: Laila Amine. "Postcolonial Paris: Fictions of Intimacy in the City of Light". Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 2018. 241 pp. Cloth. ISBN: 9780299315801.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1017/asr.2019.83
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/211697
Identifiersdoi: 10.1017/asr.2019.83
issn: 1555-2462
eissn: 1555-2462
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