Consistently illuminating and often polemical, French Resistance focuses on recent transatlantic debates over critical theory, national identity, and multiculturalism. or Starting from well-publicized controversies such as the bicentennial of the French Revolution, the 1989 Affair of the Veil, or the more recent Sokal Affair, Jean-Philippe Mathy looks at how French and American national traditions have represented the other, and how different conceptions of liberalism, democratic pluralism, and republicanism figure in these representations.
Subjects: Political Science
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