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Terror and its Representations

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Larry Portis
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Joseph Zitomersky

Acknowledgements

Larry Portis et Joseph Zitomersky

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1 Most of the essays included in this book have their origins in the international conference held on June 21-23, 2007, organized by the Milan-Montpellier Group for the Study of United States History and Culture (formerly the Milan Group for the Study of Early United States History, created in 1979 by Loretta Mannucci, Herbert Gutman and others) in conjunction with the Centre de recherches et d’études nord-américaines (CRENA). This conference was held under the auspices of the Équipe d’accueil 741 of the Département d’études anglophones of the Université Paul-Valéry (Montpellier 3). Financial and logistical assistance was provided by the Conseil Scientifique of the Université Paul-Valéry, the Pôle universitaire européen, the Mairie de Montpellier, and the Région de Languedoc-Roussillon. In addition to contributors and participants who performed extraordinary roles (especially Matteo Ceschi), the editors thank all who contributed to this project, and most notably Gianmaria Bergamaschini, Elodie Chazalon, Jack Goodfellow, Nora Halfaoui, Maylis Konnecke, Zahra Oughebbi and Isabelle Ronzetti for their many-dimensioned contributions before and during the conference. Other distinguished participants included Susan Castillo, David Grimsted, Rhys Isaac, Marco Sioli and Sylvia Ullmo. We also express our appreciation for the help of the editorial services of the Presses universitaires de la Méditerrannée (PULM).

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Professeur at the Université Paul-Valéry (Montpellier 3). His most recent book is Histoire du fascisme aux États-Unis, Paris, Éditions CNT-RP, 2008.

Associate professor American Studies at the Université Paul-Valéry, Montpellier 3, France. He has worked on North American and Swedish history in different subject areas including French colonial Louisiana and ethnic/Jewish history. Among his publications are “In the Middle and on the Margin: Greater French Louisiana in history and professional historical memory” (2001), Colonies; Territoires, Sociétés: L’enjeu français (co-ed., 1996), “Espace et société en Amérique coloniale française dans le contexte comparatif du Nouveau Monde: Essai interprétative” (1994), and French Americans-Native Americans in Eighteenth-Century French Colonial Louisiana: The Population Geography of the Illinois Indians, 1670s-1760s, Lund, University of Lund Press, 1994), .

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