"Yale French Studies, Number 103" by Farid Laroussi

Yale French Studies, Number 103 French and Francophone: The Challenge of Expanding Horizons Farid Laroussi, Christopher L. Miller

Yale French Studies Series
Publication date:
10 Jun 2003
Yale University Press
192 pages: 235 x 156mm

Farid Laroussi and Christopher L. Miller Editors’ Preface

Part I. Institutional and Professional Histories

Ronnie Scharfman Before the Postcolonial

Reda Bensmaïa FrancoXphonie

Karen Gould Nationalism, Feminism, Cultural Pluralism

Samba Gadjigo Teaching Francophone African Literature in the American Academy

Part II. Configurations of French and Francophone around the World

Daniel Delas Francophone Literary Studies in France

Jean Jonassaint Of Literatures in the Francophone Caribbean

Amadou Koné Teaching Francophone Literature

Josias Semujanga The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Teaching Francophone Literatures in Canada

Farid Laroussi When Francophone Means National

Part III. Impact, Influence, and Interpretation

J. Michael Dash Caraïbe Fantôme

Francesca Canadé Sautman The Race for Globalization

Mireille Rosello Unhoming Francophone Studies

Sandy Petrey Language Charged with Meaning

Lawrence Kritzman A Certain Idea of French

Postscript: In Memory of Naomi Schor

Naomi Schor Feminism and Francophone Literature: From One Revolution to Another

Tom Conley From Detail to Periphery: All French Literature is Francophone

"The sixteen essays in this collection are thought-provoking reflections by active scholars who represent all areas of the 'once colonized' Francophone world."?Marco D. Roman, French Review