La laicit en france dissertation

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Laïcité is What Laïcité Does: Rethinking the French Cult Controversy

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Laïcité is What Laïcité Does: Rethinking the French Cult Controversy

Abstract This dissertation aims at making visible the pervasiveness of white supremacy in contemporary France. In the second section, I consider the ways in which the French education system is an ideological apparatus of forceful inclusion by analyzing issues of knowledge production and destruction within the French education system. In the fourth section, I am focused on issues of representation, recognition and state antiracism in France, questioning and historicizing the French colorblind antiracist institutions through an analysis of two critically acclaimed films, Intouchables and Bande de filles.

In the last section, I look at the place of language in the construction of French identity. I discuss how it became such an essential aspect of French identity by looking at its colonial context, and I address what that context might mean for non-white, non-heteronormative contemporary French speakers.