French colonial documentary : mythologies of humanitarianism / Peter J. Bloom.

By: Bloom, Peter JMaterial type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooksPublisher: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, ©2008Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 265 pages) : illustrations, mapsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780816656462; 0816656460Subject(s): Documentary films -- France -- History and criticismAdditional physical formats: Print version:: French colonial documentary.DDC classification: 070.1/80944 LOC classification: PN1995.9.D6 | B59 2008Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
INTRODUCTION: FRENCH COLONIAL DOCUMENTARY; 1. TUPI OR NOT TUPI: NATURAL MAN AND THE IDEOLOGY OF FRENCH COLONIAL DOCUMENTARY; 2. MYTHOLOGIES OF THE TIRAILLEURS SÉNÉGALAIS: CINEMA, SHELL SHOCK, AND FRENCH COLONIAL PSYCHIATRY; 3. THE TRANS-SAHARAN CROSSING FILMS: COLONIAL CINEMATIC PROJECTIONS OF THE FRENCH AUTOMOBILE; 4. DIAGNOSING INVISIBLE AGENTS: BETWEEN THE MICROBIOLOGICAL AND THE GEOGRAPHIC; 5. INFILTRATE THE CROWD WITH AN IDEA! COLONIAL EDUCATIONAL CINEMA AND THE THREAT OF IMITATIVE CONTAGION.
Summary: Tracing the visual rhetoric of French colonial humanitarianism, Peter J. Bloom?s unexpected analysis reveals how the project of remaking the colonies in the image of France was integral to its national identity. Bloom focuses on the promotion of French education efforts, hygienic reform, and new agricultural techniques in the colonies as a means of renegotiating the social contract between citizens and the state on an international scale.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-255) and index.

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INTRODUCTION: FRENCH COLONIAL DOCUMENTARY; 1. TUPI OR NOT TUPI: NATURAL MAN AND THE IDEOLOGY OF FRENCH COLONIAL DOCUMENTARY; 2. MYTHOLOGIES OF THE TIRAILLEURS SÉNÉGALAIS: CINEMA, SHELL SHOCK, AND FRENCH COLONIAL PSYCHIATRY; 3. THE TRANS-SAHARAN CROSSING FILMS: COLONIAL CINEMATIC PROJECTIONS OF THE FRENCH AUTOMOBILE; 4. DIAGNOSING INVISIBLE AGENTS: BETWEEN THE MICROBIOLOGICAL AND THE GEOGRAPHIC; 5. INFILTRATE THE CROWD WITH AN IDEA! COLONIAL EDUCATIONAL CINEMA AND THE THREAT OF IMITATIVE CONTAGION.

Tracing the visual rhetoric of French colonial humanitarianism, Peter J. Bloom?s unexpected analysis reveals how the project of remaking the colonies in the image of France was integral to its national identity. Bloom focuses on the promotion of French education efforts, hygienic reform, and new agricultural techniques in the colonies as a means of renegotiating the social contract between citizens and the state on an international scale.

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