The aim of this issue of CELAAN is to bring together pluridisciplinary works on the French-speaking Jews of Tunisia and their relationship to Tunisia. The period under more specific investigation is from the eighties to the present day.
We are inviting proposals for papers on the work of Paul Sebag and that of Albert Memmi, as well as on Colette Fellous, Gilbert Naccache, Chochana Boukhobza, Gérard Haddad, Maya Nahoum, Gisèle Halimi… Proposals are also welcomed on artists such as the photographer Jacques Pérez, or the comedians Michel Boujenah and Elie Kakou. Proposals are also invited on theoretical reflections on the construction and transmission of identity, such as those evident in the Jewish Tunisian website harissa.com or the rites of exile in Belleville.
This issue is dedicated to the memory of Paul Sebag, who taught, inspired and inspires generations of Tunisian intellectuals and researchers
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