Yale French Studies, Number 116/117 Turns to the Right? Michael A. Johnson, Lawrence R. Schehr

Yale French Studies Series
Publication date:
26 Jan 2010
Yale University Press
192 pages: 235 x 156 x 13mm
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Michael A. Johnson and Lawrence R. Schehr, Special Editors


Table of Contents


Michael A. Johnson and Lawrence R. Schehr: “Turns to the Right?”


François Noudelmann: A Turn to the Right: “Genealogy” in France since the 1980s


Verena Conley: “Soigne ta droite”


Michel Gueldry:  The Americanization of France


Adrian Johnston: The Right Left: Alain Badiou and the Disruption of Political Identities


Bénédicte Coste: Against the Grain: Michéa’s Radical Philosophy and Its Discontents


Richard J. Golsan: Pascal Bruckner and the Politics of the Moraliste: Realism or Reaction?



Nacira Guénif-Souilamas: The Inflated Ego and New Games of Belonging


Bruno Chaouat: Moroseness in Post–Cold War France


Douglas Morrey: Sex and the Single Male: Houellebecq, Feminism, and Hegemonic Masculinity


Karl Pollin: Saint-Maurice of the Saber, Gnostic of Postmodern Times


Armine K. Mortimer: The Third Closet: Sollers’ War