At the Border

Margins and Peripheries in Modern France

Editor(s) Henrice Altink,Sharif Gemie

Language: English

Genre(s): Literary Criticism, Modern Languages

Series: French and Francophone Studies

  • December 2007 · 192 pages ·216x128mm

  • · Hardback - 9780708320761

About The Book

Through a discussion of border identities, this book presents a balance-sheet of key developments in modern French society and culture in the context of globalization. It seeks to re-define and re-consider the notion of the border in respect of the identification of a variety of visible and invisible 'border' situations.

About the Editor(s)

Author(s): Henrice Altink

Dr. Henrice Altink is Lecturer in History at the University of York.

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Author(s): Sharif Gemie

Sharif Gemie is Professor of Modern and Contemporary History at the University of South Wales, and External Examiner for History at the University of Lancaster.

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