Madeleine Dobie

Madeleine Dobie is a professor of French at Columbia University. Her book, co-written with historian Myriam Cottias, is a critical re-edition of two mid 20th-century novels by the Martinican writer, Mayotte Capécia. Her Trading Places examines the place of slavery in 18th-century French literature, philosophy, and material culture.


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“The Battle of Algiers” at 50: From 1960s Radicalism to the Classrooms of West Point
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