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France and Algeria, 1962-2002: Turning the Page?

International conference, March 25-26, 2002
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Forty years after Algerian independence, France and Algeria remain deeply marked by the legacy of the colonial period and the trauma of decolonization. How far have they succeeded in moving beyond the bitter memories of the war of independence? To what extent are they turning towards other political, economic or cultural partners? These are among the issues explored in this inter-disciplinary conference. 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Benjamin Stora (Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, Paris) : Le retour des mémoires en France et en Algérie à propos de la guerre d’indépendance algérienne.
James Le Sueur (University of Nebraksa-Lincoln) : French Perceptions of Algeria since Independence.
Neil MacMaster (University of East Anglia, UK) : The Algerian War and the Revival of the Debate on Torture.
Charles Bonn (Université de Lyon 2, France) : La littérature algérienne face à la France depuis l’indépendance.
Philip Dine (Loughborough University, UK) : France, Algeria and Sport: From Colonization to Globalization.
Azouz Begag (CNRS, Paris) : Les relations franco-algériennes vue de la diaspora algérienne.
DISCUSSANTS INCLUDE
David Shalk (Vassar College)
Danielle Marx-Scouras (Ohio State University)
Aida Bamia (University of Florida, Gainesville)
Peter Garretson (Florida State University)

Conference Program


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