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January 3, 2009

French attitudes to Race and Gender during World War 1

Filed under: All,History — Josh @ 12:35 pm

What follows is basically my PhD thesis, though to minimise the likelihood of people ripping it off wholesale, I’ve omitted the references. Anyone with an academic interest in reading the proper version with due acknowledgement of sources should let me know either directly or in a comment at the end of the piece.

At the moment it contains significant chunks of untranslated French quotations, which I’ll be gradually removing so as to make it more widely comprehensible. I’ll gradually try and make it look a bit prettier too!

Introduction

Chapter 1: The Racial Other

Chapter 2: Race and Nationality

Chapter 3: World War One and Gender Relations

Chapter 4: Gender, Race and Employment

Conclusion

Bibliography

Summary from Wordle.net

Summary from Wordle.net

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