Colonizer or Colonized: The Hidden Stories of Early Modern French Culture

Melzer, Sara E.

Editore: University of Pennsylvania Press
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Colonizer or Colonized introduces two colonial stories into the heart of France's literary and cultural history. The first describes elite France's conflicted relationship to the Ancient World. As much as French intellectuals aligned themselves with the Greco-Romans as an "us," they also resented the Ancients as an imperial "them," haunted by the memory that both the Greeks and Romans had colonized their ancestors, the Gauls. This memory put the elite on the defensive?defending against the legacy of this colonized past and the fear that they were the barbarian other. The second story mirrored the first. Just as the Romans had colonized the Gauls, France would colonize the New World, becoming the "New Rome" by creating a "New France." Borrowing the Roman strategy, the French Church and State developed an assimilationist stance towards the Amerindian "barbarian." This policy provided a foundation for what would become the nation's most basic stance towards the other. However, this version of assimilation, unlike its subsequent ones, encouraged the colonized and the colonizer to engage in close forms of contact, such as mixed marriages and communities.

This book weaves these two different stories together in a triangulated dynamic. It asks the Ancients to step aside to include the New World other into a larger narrative in which elite France carved out their nation's emerging cultural identity in relation to both the New World and the Ancient World.

L'autore: Sara E. Melzer is Professor of French and Francophone Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is the author of Discourses of the Fall: A Study of Pascal's Pensees and coeditor of From the Royal to the Republican Body: Incorporating the Political in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century France.

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Descrizione libro University of Pennsylvania Press, United States, 2012. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. New.. 231 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Colonizer or Colonized introduces two colonial stories into the heart of France s literary and cultural history. The first describes elite France s conflicted relationship to the Ancient World. As much as French intellectuals aligned themselves with the Greco-Romans as an us, they also resented the Ancients as an imperial them, haunted by the memory that both the Greeks and Romans had colonized their ancestors, the Gauls. This memory put the elite on the defensive-defending against the legacy of this colonized past and the fear that they were the barbarian other. The second story mirrored the first. Just as the Romans had colonized the Gauls, France would colonize the New World, becoming the New Rome by creating a New France. Borrowing the Roman strategy, the French Church and State developed an assimilationist stance towards the Amerindian barbarian. This policy provided a foundation for what would become the nation s most basic stance towards the other. However, this version of assimilation, unlike its subsequent ones, encouraged the colonized and the colonizer to engage in close forms of contact, such as mixed marriages and communities. This book weaves these two different stories together in a triangulated dynamic. It asks the Ancients to step aside to include the New World other into a larger narrative in which elite France carved out their nation s emerging cultural identity in relation to both the New World and the Ancient World. Codice libro della libreria AAJ9780812243635

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