Nineteenth-Century French Studies vol. 50, nos. 3-4, Spring-Summer 2022

Nineteenth-Century French Studies vol. 50, nos. 3-4, Spring-Summer 2022

The Editorial Board of Nineteenth-Century French Studies is pleased to announce the publication of volume 50 numbers 3–4 (Spring–Summer 2022). In addition to a special section on race in the long nineteenth century edited by Daniel Desormeaux, the issue includes a range of articles and reviews that highlight the breadth of the discipline: from recorded sound in imperial conquest and wartime in France, slavery, madness, psychiatry, and bacteriology throughout France and its colonies to Sand, Hugo, empathy in realism, and Mélanie Waldor. As such, it continues the journal’s longstanding tradition of covering the full range of studies of nineteenth-century French literature and related fields.

A full table of contents is below and also online at www.ncfs-journal.org.

All the journal’s book reviews from this volume are accessible online and without subscription. In addition, the web site offers complete archives of the journal’s publications since it began in 1972: table of contents from every issue, abstracts of all of the articles, and all of the book reviews published online. Finally, the web site also provides complete information about all aspects of the journal’s activities.

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Nineteenth-Century French Studies volume 50, numbers 3–4 / Spring–Summer 2022

ARTICLES

Renée Altergott
Samori Touré and the Portable God: Imagining the Phonographic Conquest of West Africa

Emily Kilpatrick
“L’art d’évoquer les minutes heureuses”: Mélodie and Memory in the Année terrible 

SPECIAL SECTION: “Race et littérature”
Edited by Daniel Desormeaux

Daniel Desormeaux
Introduction: La race du côté littéraire

Dorian Bell
Unfinished Business: Anti-Semitism, Racial Capitalism, and the Long Age of Empire

Sylvie Chalaye
Race et ressort comique: l’invention théâtrale de “Bamboula”

Barbara T. Cooper
Depicting Racial Conflict in Charles Garand’s Georges le mulâtre (1878)

Laurent Dubreuil
La race des poètes

Jérémy Guedj
L’air du temps . . . Apollinaire et la race

Carole Reynaud-Paligot
La racialisation des identités à travers les publications à caractère pédagogique au sein de l’Empire colonial français

Jennifer Yee
The Whore, the Text and the Critics: Flaubert’s Kuchiuk Hanem as Postcolonial Fetish

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REVIEWS

Bara, Olivier, and François Kerlouégan, editors. George Sand comique
Noëlle Brown

Cooper, Barbara T., editor. Clara et autres écrits dont deux lettres inédites, by Mélanie Waldor
Adrianna M. Paliyenko

Douthwaite Viglione, Julia, Antoinette Sol, and Catriona Seth, editors. Teaching Representations of the French Revolution
Annelle Curulla

Forrest, Alan. The Death of the French Atlantic: Trade, War, and Slavery in the Age of Revolution
Kylie Sago

Hewitt, Jessie. Institutionalizing Gender: Madness, the Family, and Psychiatric Power in Nineteenth-Century France
Mary Jane Cowles

Léger, Céline. Jules Vallès: la fabrique médiatique de l’événement (18571870)
Catherine Nesci

Prasad, Pratima, editor. Esclaves marrons à Bourbon: une anthologie littéraire (18311848)
Lise Schreier

Ringuedé, Yohann. Une crise du moderne: science et poésie dans la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle
Julien Weber

Scott, Maria C. Empathy and the Strangeness of Fiction: Readings in French Realism
Elisabeth Gerwin

Thomson, Clive. On croit comprendre le monde avec ça! Entretiens mémoriels avec Henri Mitterand 
Soundouss El Kettani

Velmet, Aro. Pasteur’s Empire: Bacteriology and Politics in France, its Colonies, and the World
Kathleen Pierce



Citer ce billet
Julien Schuh (2022, 11 avril). Nineteenth-Century French Studies vol. 50, nos. 3-4, Spring-Summer 2022. Société des études romantiques et dix-neuviémistes. Consulté le 16 avril 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/u0i0

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