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Franco-Maghrebi Artists of the 2000s

Transnational Narratives and Identities



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Franco-Maghrebi Artists of the 2000s by Ramona Mielusel
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In Franco-Maghrebi Artists of the 2000s. Transnational Narratives and Identities Ramona Mielusel offers an account of the contesting French "national identity" in the work of young artists (writers, filmmakers, actors, singers, photographers, contemporary migrant art) of Maghrebi origin residing in France during the last twenty years (2000-2016). Her interest lies in analyzing the impact that these "minor" artists and their chosen genres have on mainstream cultural productions. She argues that constant displacement and changes in political, social and cultural contexts have significantly transformed the dynamics that govern the relationship between the center (Metropolitan France) and the periphery (its Others). Most importantly, she seeks to position their work in the field of transnationalism, which has dominated postcolonial studies and cultural studies in the past decade.

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Ramona Mielusel is Assistant Professor of French and Francophone Studies at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA. Her research interests include Francophone Migrant Literature and Cinema, Transnational Studies, Contemporary France and the Maghreb.
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