Ethnography in French Literature

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Since 1974, the French Literature Series publishes essays in conjunction with the theme of the bi-annual French Literature Conference, sponsored by the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures of the University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, USA. In addition to the scholarly papers selected for publication by the Editorial Board, it also accepts notes on the conference topic. Contributors should note that FLS does not publish conference proceedings. Rather, submissions must be revised for publication and undergo blind peer review.
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Raymond RELOUZAT: La créolité et ses styles: contraintes et libertés. Christian MARTIN: De l'ethnologie à l'ethnographie: L'Empire des signes de Roland Barthes. Pierre HALEN: Position du «roman nègre» colonial (Congo-Zaïre, 1920-1960). Patricia GAUTHIER: Exaltation et captation de l'altérité dans La République des Philosophes ou Histoire des Ajaoiens de Fontenelle. Marie-Odile SWEETSER: Visions de l'autre dans la tragédie classique: le Romain et l'Oriental. Dirk Van der CRUYSSE: Connaissance ou méconnaissance de l'Orient? Images du Siam dans la littérature louis-quatorzienne. Christian GARAUD: Du bon usage des vieillards: Victor Segalen et Jean Paulhan écrivains ethnologues. Barbara T. COOPER: Staging Ourika and the Spectacle of Difference. T. Denean SHARPLEY-WHITING: The Dawning of Racial-Sexual Science: A One Woman Showing, A One Man Telling, Sarah and Cuvier. David MICKELSEN: Appendicitis: Sand and Mérimée, Endogamy and Exogamy. Mark WOLFF: A World of flâneurs and coureurs des bois: Ethnography and the Picturesque in the Works of Gabriel Ferry. Bonnie BARTHOLD: An Ethnography of Chocolat. Michel LARONDE: Ethnographie et littérature décentrée. La question de l'Ethnique dans le roman français contemporain. Jacques BOURGEACQ: Le Bain des reliques de Michèle Rakotoson, ou les morts-vivants à Madagascar. Rafika MERINI: Assia Djébar's L'Amour, la Fantasia: A Love, Hate, and War Triangle. Pascale BÉCEL: (Un-)Reading Colonial Terrains in Un barrage contre le Pacifique and Le marin de Gibraltar.
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