Gendered identity formation in post-colonial France: the case of French Muslims of Maghrebi origins with a focus on Algeria

@article{Chaichian2019GenderedIF,
  title={Gendered identity formation in post-colonial France: the case of French Muslims of Maghrebi origins with a focus on Algeria},
  author={Mohammad A. Chaichian and H. Sadri},
  journal={Culture and Religion},
  year={2019},
  volume={20},
  pages={272 - 301}
}
ABSTRACT In this article, we examine identity formation processes among French Muslims from former North African French colonies, focusing on Algeria. France’s violent colonial presence in Algeria has put an indelible effect on three generations of French of Algerian origin, as they have struggled to survive despite political pressures and cultural demands in post-colonial France. Using several theories and concepts pertaining identity formation among colonial subjects, including Stuart Hall’s… Expand

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