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Le mouvement communiste de Tunisie : un lieu de transgression de l’ordre colonial ? (1939-1956)

Abstract : From the trajectories of women militants engaged in the Communist Party of Tunisia (PCT) be-tween the beginning of the World War II and the independence of the country, in 1956, this paper examines if and how the communist environment inflects the burdens of the colonial society. Their engagement in favour of this revolutionary party, hunted by the authorities, requires, results and forms desires for change for these women who entered the PCT very young. Space of self-fulfillment of its politic project, the PCT is a space of freedoms lived in acts. Although it allows assignments to be blunted and activists to live subjectivation and identification processes, gender stays an unthought.
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Elise Abassade. Le mouvement communiste de Tunisie : un lieu de transgression de l’ordre colonial ? (1939-1956). "Passage(s) et Transgression(s)", Journée des doctorant.e.s 2018 de l'ED 31 "Pratiques et théories du sens", May 2018, Saint-Denis, France. ⟨hal-03284694⟩

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