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29 January 2009 demonstration against President Sarkozy's reforms.

Visual sources and primary documents illustrating opposition to president Sarkozy's pension reforms, More broadly, these resources illustrate some aspects of the 'French social model' and help understanding the debates about its future in a global/ neo-liberal context.

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Conflicts in France: Marianne in XXI century France

Eugène Delacroix’ painting ‘Le 28 juillet 1830: la liberté guidant le peuple’ (1831) was not welcomed by the critics in 1831, but has become since an icone of French republican identity. This resource provides links to two websites which contextualise and critically analyse the ambiguous and contested message of Delacroix’ s painting. Since then, the central character of the painting has been used, reused and transformed a countless number of time. At the start of the XXI century , its remains an ubiquitous icone, but its meaning may have changed. Undergraduate students may want to compare Delacroix’ painting with the poster produced by the French Communist Party in September 2009 for its annual conference/ celebration (La Fête de l’Humanité). The comparison may also include the flyer produced by Solidaires (a cartel of unions on the left of the left) for the 26 January 2009 demonstration against the reforms initiated by President Sarkozy. Students may want to discuss whether and how different re-workings of ‘Marianne’ have altered its meaning. Earlier representations are also included. A short indicative bibliography is included, stressing the significance of Maurice Agulhon's work on the subject. In his early work, Agulhon shows that there are two female symbols: 'Marianne', the earthy, loose-haired, threatening radical, with her Phrygian hat, sculpted by Francois Rude (1784-1855)on the Arc de Triomphe and a more stately, serene Goddess of Liberty with her start-girt crown, representing the Republique conservatrice. Finally further historical contextualisation, archival resources and interviews with experts can be accessed through the website 'France 1815 to 2003'.

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Drawing of a costume of the Russian Empire

The Costume of the Russian Empire drawn by Wilkliam Alexander and one of 73 illustrations published by William Miller in 1803/4. This image derives from an 1811 edition. Accompanied by text in both English and French. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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Early Maps: France by Jean-Aimar Piganiol de la force

An eighteenth-century map of France by Jean-Aimar Piganiol de la force. Used for description and travel. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: C'est un Fils, Monsieur!

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: C'est un Fils, Monsieur! Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif De La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Declaration de la Grossesse

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: 'Declaration de la Grossesse'. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau with accompanying text by Restif de la Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: J'en Accepte L'Heureux Presage

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: J'en Accepte L'Heureux Presage. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de la Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: L'accord Parfait

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: L'accord Parfait. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: La Course des Chaveaux

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: La Course des Chaveaux. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: La Dame du Palais de la Rein

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: La Dame du Palais de la Rein. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: La Petite Loge

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: La Petite Loge. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: La Reconotre au Bois de Boulogne

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: La Reconotre au Bois de Boulogne. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: La Sortie de L'Opera

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: La Sortie de L'Opera. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: La Surprise

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: La Surprise. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Le Grande Toilette

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: La Grande Toilette. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Le Lever

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Le Lever. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Le Matinee

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Le Matinee. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Le Pari gagne

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Le Pari gagne. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne.

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French Costume: Le Partie de Wisch

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Le Partie de Wisch. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Le Petite Toilette

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Le Petite Toilette. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Le Rendez-vous pour Marly

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Le Rendez-vous pour Marly. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Le Seigneur chez son fermier

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Le Seigneur Chez son fermier. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Le Souper Fin

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Le Souper Fin. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Le Vrai Bonheur

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Le Vrai Bonheur. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Les Delices de la Maternite

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Les Delices de la Maternite. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Les Petits Parains

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Les Petits Parains. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Les Precautions

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Les Precautions. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Les adieux

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Les adieux. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: N'ayez Pas Peur, Ma Bonne Amie

Image of Eighteenth Century French Costume: N'ayez Pas Peur, Ma Bonne Amie. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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French Costume: Qui ou Non

Images of Eighteenth Century French Costume: Qui ou Non. Drawn by Jean Michel Moreau for his Restif de La Bretonne. The original copy of this image can be found at the Roderic Bowen Library and Archives, University of Wales Lampeter.

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Goûter à tout

Echanger sur le thème de l'alimentation, les habitudes alimentaires

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IEREST dans Humbox: guide de l’utilisateur

Ce document explique comment accéder aux resources IEREST dans Humbox

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Immigrants contribution to the Resistance in France during WWII.

Robert Guédiguian’s film Army of crime (2009) should be understood in the context of contemporary debates about French national identity and the contribution of immigrants to French society (see interview with the lead actor,Simon Abkarian). The film throws light on the role played iby anti-fascist refugees from Spain, Hungary, Poland, Armenia, Italy during the Second World War in France (See Official UK Trailer[Youtube]). These refugees, often Jews, close or members of the Communist Party, saw France as the country of human rights and were often the first one to organise resisters’ networks. Fighting in the Communist-led FTP-MOI (Francs-tireurs et partisans – main-d'œuvre immigrée), they were specifically targetted by the Nazis and the Vichy regime, as testified by the infamnous ‘Affiche rouge’. Poetry (Louis Aragon’s 1956 Strophes pour se souvenir) and mortuary monuments (such as the ones to be found in the Pére Lachaise cimetry in Paris, commemorating the role of Spaniards and immigrants in the Resistance movements),have been the traditional media through which their memory has been commemorated. Recently, Toulouse, ‘capital of Spanish republican exile’, has set up a ‘remembrance tour’ of the city. The Ciy Council has produced a (touristic?) leaflet to guide visitors through the major sites of Spanish Resistance (included here). A short bibliography points to the way academic research has also approached the subject.

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Je fais ma valise

Activite et echanges autour du lexique du voyage et des vetements

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Le jeu des sept familles europeennes

Jeu des 7 familles : fiches professeur et eleve A partir du site de pratique du francais "Enfants nomades", le professeur propose une activite de groupe : creer un jeu des 7 familles européennes. Les enfant (8-12 ans, niveau A1-A2) pourront ensuite partager leurs familles sur le site et jouer avec des familles creees par d'autres classes. Ce projet permet de reflechir sur les stereotypes interculturels en plus du travail en français sur le lexique de la famille. Il invite aussi a communiquer avec d'autres enfants apprenant le francais ou francophones.

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Les 5 chantiers de Sarkozy pour 2010, annoté.

1.An annotated version of the article in the Figaro, appearing on 01/01/2010; describing the (now flawed) outline of priorities for the French government for this year (2010). Annotations include links to French official bodies' websites, quotations and definitions. 2. A link to a set YouTube videos created in Embedr. This set of videos includes at least 1 video for each 'chantier'. 3. A link to President Sarkozy's conference about the '5 chantiers' pour le grand emprunt. 1. Une version annotée de l'article dans le Figaro, qui paru le 01/01/2010; décrivant les (désormais en partie refutées) priorités pour le gouvernement français, cette année (2010). 2. Un lien vers un jeu de vidéos YouTube créé avec Embedr. Cette série de vidéos comprend au moins 1 vidéo pour chaque «chantier». 3. Un lien à la conférence du Président Sarkozy au sujet des "5 chantiers pour le grand emprunt".

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Lettre adressée à M. Deixonne par un instituteur breton (1948)

Until the Deixonne Law (1951) (see attached document), the status of regional languages in France had been rather precarious. Suspicion that regional languages hindered the propagation of progressive ideas and favoured separatist tendencies was rife among left-wing republicans. In this letter, a primary school teacher explained how the love of Breton is not incompatible with the love of France and how pedagogically the use of Breton is a tremendous tool to achieve a higher degree of fluency and accuracy in French. The letter is addressed to Maurice Deixonne, who was in charge to draft the legislative proposal which led to the formal, but limited, recognition of regional languages in 1951. The original letter can be found in OURS (Office Universitaire de Recherche Socialiste, Paris), the French Socialist Party’s private archives (web link included here). Final year and MA students may find this original document useful to discuss, evaluate and revisit the complex relations between French republicanism and cultural minorities.

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Ma ville

Des enfants presentent leur ville en francais.

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Mr.

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Of guns, glory hunters and good intentions. How does France do everything it does in Africa and get away with it?

In this inaugural lecture, Professor Tony Chafer charts the evolution of French interest in, and relations with, Africa from the 19th century to today. The text, the video of the lecture and the corresponding PowerPoint presentation are included here with a separate bibliography.

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Phonetics for Students of Modern Languages

A course in phonetics for students of French, German and Spanish. Contains exercises.

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President Chirac's (1995-2007) stance on the Vichy regime and antisemitism.

After President Chirac's official recognition (1995) that France actively participated in deportation of Jews, commemorative plaques were erected on the wall of each Parisian school stipulating the number of children who had been deported in each 'arrondissement'. (Here a plaque in the XVIII arrondissement, from which more than 700 Jewish children were rounded up by the French police before being deported). Chirac's 1995 discourse (here included in French) about the responsibility of the French state in the deportation of Jews marked a departure from the previous Gaullist orthodoxy. On the occasion of the official opening of the new exhibition in the French pavilion of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum in January 2005, President Chirac reflected on the impact of the Holocaust on France (text in English). A few days before, President Chirac inaugurated the 'Memorial de la Shoah' in the IV arrondissement of Paris. Just outside the Memorial, 'Le Mur des Justes' (Righteous among the Nations) commemorates the French people who risked their lives to save Jews from extermination during the Occupation (6 photos included). Facing the 'Murs des Justes', in a street recently remaned 'Allée des Justes', a commemorative plaque adornes the door of the local secondary school (College Frederic Couperin, Photo included. It reminds passers-by that out of the 11,000 Jewish children arrested by the Vichy police in France between 1942 and 1944, 500 came from the 4th arrondissement of Paris. They were deported to Auschwitz. A Weblink to the INA site (Institut National de l'Audiovisuel) will enable visitors to see how the French television channel France 2 covered the event. This resource also includes a link to the Memorial de la Shoah in Paris, a site which provides invaluable resources (see in particular its 'Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine'. Students with a good understanding of postwar politics and history may want to use these sources to explain why Chirac broke from the postwar Gaullist narrative.

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Que dit-on avec les mains ?

Les gestes francais.

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Reading sixteenth century French texts

This is a resource aimed at supporting students who are reading sixteenth century French literature. It covers the main differences between French of this period and modern French. Examples are taken from the texts my students study, but any examples can be substituted. The file was created using WimbaCreate (or CourseGenie). Using WimbaCreate it can be saved in a variety of formats including html and Blackboard for upload to the VLE. By uploading in this format I hope that you will be able to 'repurpose' the content.

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Reform of French universities and la Loi Precresse (LRU) (2007-09)

The Pecresse law (11.08.2007) aims to give French universities a degree of autonomy and freedom (also known as ' loi LRU', i.e loi relative aux libertés et responsabilités des universités).Its introduction has generated a massive discontent and a high level of opposition among students and academics alike. As part of her undergraduate dissertation on 'Toulouse 2008: Ideology, Tactics and Organisation of Student Movements 40 years after May 68' (supervised by Dr Natalya Vince), Rosalind Parkin studied the reception of the Pecresse law in Toulouse, focussing on students' opposition to the law. A good level of French is necessary to understand the text of the law itself as well as the arguments developed by Association Générale des Etudiants de Toulouse or Democratie et Socialism, a think-tank on the left of the Socialist Party (PS). Undergraduate and PG students are most likely to benefit from such sources.

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Rumeur et Bien Public dans Les Ligues Provinciales Catholiques: l'exemple de Laon

Mark Greengrass, 'Rumeur et Bien Public dans Les Ligues Provinciales Catholiques: l'exemple de Laon'. Presented 17 July 2008. Discusses in particular Jean Bodin and the Catholic League.

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Students Politics in Toulouse

Student politics in France is often dominated by a high degree - and high visibility- of political radicalism. If such radicalism is often the product of a well-organised minority on the extreme left of the political spectrum, it remains a central part of university life. As part of her undergraduate dissertation on 'Toulouse 2008: Ideology, Tactics and Organisation of Student Movements 40 years after May 68' (supervised by Dr Natalya Vince), Rosalind Parkin photographed a series of posters during her year abroad in Toulouse (2007-2008). Students' radicalism is not only aimed at president Sarkozy's reforms of higher education, but also expresses a commitment to feminism, anti-elitism, class-based politics, anti-fascism, and social solidarity. A good level of French is necessary to understand the posters and final year undergraduate and PG students are most likely to benefit from them.

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The Utopian years? Radical left movements in Pompidou's france

This half day conference, organised by Dr Manus McGrogan at the University of Portsmouth on 12 May 2011, uncovered the trajectories of some of the movements that emerged in early 1970s France, helping to define the radical left politics of the era. This was the aftermath of May ‘68’s mass upheaval, when France, in the grip of student riots and a general strike, had seemed on the verge of revolution. May’s utopian dimension, embodied in slogans such as ‘sous les pavés la plage’ and ‘prenez vos désirs pour la réalité’, held the promise of a world transformed in which each could pursue their own desires, a powerful spur to thousands of young activists, students and workers. The mass revolt of May had also shown that collective action could change the world. These impulses, shaped subsequently by political, socio-cultural and international events, combined to generate new, youth-inflected gender/sexual liberation movements, independent immigrant organisation, ecology groups, underground press, and other movements that were linked to, or autonomous of left political organisation. However, activists also had to contend with a Gaullist State that tentatively introduced reforms, whilst clamping down on the hard left ‘troublions’ still agitating for popular revolt. Intervention in the workers movement also proved problematic given the PCF/CGT dominance in the major workplaces. President Georges Pompidou, on a path of modernising France, perpetuated the social conservatism of his predecessor de Gaulle; faced with these barriers, activists of the Mouvement de Mai sought to merge political radicalism with the cultural underground to fashion an alternative France, as a May-inspired slogan intoned, changer la vie. But what happened to this surge of hope for change? Five academics presented papers on important aspects of this early 1970s radicalism, with the participation of students and lecturers from similar disciplines. They considered the origins and development of the new movements, their significance within Pompidou’s France; the interrelationship of movements, and finally their resonance, or relevance in the France of today. The conference was also part of the undergraduate programme in French History and was generously supported by the LLAS subject centre. The exam was based on the themes developed during the conference. A half day conference, organised at the University of Portsmouth on 12 May 2011, uncovered the trajectories of some of the movements that emerged in early 1970s France, helping to define the radical left politics of the era. This was the aftermath of May ‘68’s mass upheaval, when France, in the grip of student riots and a general strike, had seemed on the verge of revolution. May’s utopian dimension, embodied in slogans such as ‘sous les pavés la plage’ and ‘prenez vos désirs pour la réalité’, held the promise of a world transformed in which each could pursue their own desires, a powerful spur to thousands of young activists, students and workers. The mass revolt of May had also shown that collective action could change the world. These impulses, shaped subsequently by political, socio-cultural and international events, combined to generate new, youth-inflected gender/sexual liberation movements, independent immigrant organisation, ecology groups, underground press, and other movements that were linked to, or autonomous of left political organisation. However, activists also had to contend with a Gaullist State that tentatively introduced reforms, whilst clamping down on the hard left ‘troublions’ still agitating for popular revolt. Intervention in the workers movement also proved problematic given the PCF/CGT dominance in the major workplaces. President Georges Pompidou, on a path of modernising France, perpetuated the social conservatism of his predecessor de Gaulle; faced with these barriers, activists of the Mouvement de Mai sought to merge political radicalism with the cultural underground to fashion an alternative France, as a May-inspired slogan intoned, changer la vie. But what happened to this surge of hope for change? Five academics presented papers on important aspects of this early 1970s radicalism, with the participation of students and lecturers from similar disciplines. They considered the origins and development of the new movements, their significance within Pompidou’s France; the interrelationship of movements, and finally their resonance, or relevance in the France of today. The conference was also part of the undergraduate programme in French History and was generously supported by the LLAS subject centre. The exam was based on the themes developed during the conference.

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Tirailleurs Sénégalais and the First Word War: memory and commemoration

This resource includes a reproduction of a 1923 monument commemmorating the Tirailleurs Sénégalais who fought for France during the First World War. The original of this monument was erected in Reims and destroyed by the Germans in 1940. An exact copy used to be displayed in Bamako (Mali) but is not currently on public display. This small-scale reproduction may be viewed at the Musée des Forces Armées in Dakar (Senegal) This resource also includes the reproduction of a certificate awarded to a Tirailleurs Sénégalais batallion, in recognition of its bravery in battle during the First World War. The website: www.tirailleursenegalais.com, is very interesting in the way that it rehabilitates the tirailleurs into a national narrative ('batisseurs du monde libre') but of course completely glosses over the fact that many tirailleurs also fought for France in its two wars of decolonisation in Indochina and Algeria.

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To be a moudjahida in independent Algeria

In her thesis‘To be a moudjahida in independent Algeria: itineraries and memories of women veterans of the Algerian War of Independence’ (University of London, 2008 under the supervision of Professor Julian Jackson), Natalya Vince provides a new examination of the diverse experiences of Algerian women during the War of Independence. It is the first study to analyse female veterans’ itineraries in the post-war period, investigating their status in contemporary Algerian society and their place in collective memories at national, local and familial levels. As such, it provides counterbalance to the popular and scholarly consensus that after the war women, willingly or not ‘went back into the kitchen’. The research incorporates extensive oral interviews with 30 female veterans, unexploited primary documents from Algerian, French and British archives and a survey of 95 students at a teacher training college in Algiers on their attitudes towards the war, veterans, the teaching of history and the transmission of memory. Using oral history challenges the monolithic, top-down treatment that has dominated historiography of the Algerian War, highlighting the importance of gender, socio-economic circumstances and locality in determining wartime and post-war experiences. The case study at the teacher training college in particular highlighted continuing shifts in interpretations of the war. Many students of this generation, born at the same time as the upsurge of Islamism in Algeria, framed the War of Independence as a holy war, employing a religiously-impregnated language which is not that of their elders. Here is an extract from an interview with an FLN nurse, carried out by Natalya Vince in Algiers in December 2005.

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Trouver du travail

Lire et comprendre une offre d'emploi en français

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USBWine

An fun and intuitive LOC exercise to teach some aspects of wine and technology. Level: Beginners. You may also use the exercise at: http://languageforall.co.uk/USBWIne/USBwine.html Un exercice LOC amusant et intuitif pour enseigner certains aspects du et de la technologie vin. Niveau: Débutant. Vous pouvez aussi vous servir de l'exercice en ligne: http://languageforall.co.uk/USBWIne/USBwine.html

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Une femme est une femme, Godard, Le nom avant ou après l'adjectif.

In this exercise I take a clip from the film "Une femme est une femme", by Jean-Luc Godard, to illustrate the change in sense when the adjective is put before as opposed to after the noun. The link to the video is also provided, and it is on my own channel on YouTube, so it won't be taken down without me knowing about it. Instructions: Print the sheet out for each student, make them watch the video a couple of times, and then have them rehearse the lines in pairs, alternating roles. Dans cette exercice je prends un clip du film "Une Femme Est Une Femme», par Jean-Luc Godard, pour illustrer la variation de sens lorsque l'adjectif est placé avant, plutôt qu'après le substantif. Le lien vers la vidéo est également fourni, et il est de mon propre canal sur YouTube, de sorte qu'il ne sera pas enlevé sans que je sache. Instructions: Imprimer la fiche pour chacun des élèves, leur faire regarder la vidéo une ou deux fois, puis demandez-leur de répéter les dialogues en paires, en alternant les rôles.

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Une femme est une femme, LOC tool exercise.

LOC Tool word recognition exercises based on 2 Clips from « Une femme est une femme », by Jean-Luc Godard. Intructions : Download and unzip folder onto the Desktop. Double-click html file to start exercise. If you want to upload to your server, put the folder into you root folder and FTP towards your server. Then point towards the .html file on your webpage (as a link).) _____________________________________________ Exercice LOC de reconnaissance des mots basé sur 2 clips de «Une femme est une femme», de Jean-Luc Godard. Intructions: Télécharger et décompresser vers le 'Desktop'. Double-cliquez sur le fichier HTML pour commencer l'exercice. Si vous souhaitez télécharger sur votre serveur, mettez le dossier dans le dossier racine de votre site et transferrez- le en mode FTP vers votre serveur. Puis pointez vers le fichier. html de votre page web (en tant que lien).)

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