- Title Pages
- Algeria: Nation, Culture and Transnationalism 1988–2015
- In the Shadow of Revolution
- Algeria’s ‘Belle Époque’: Memories of the 1970s as a Window on the Present
- The Many (Im)possibilities of Contemporary Algerian <i>Judaïtés</i>
- 1988–1992: Multipartism, Islamism and the Descent into Civil War
- Algerian Heritage Associations: National Identity and Rediscovering the Past
- Writing in the Aftermath of Two Wars: Algerian Modernism and the <i>Génération ’88</i>
- The Persistence of the Image, the Lacunae of History: The Archive and Contemporary Art in Algeria (1992–2012)
- Music, Borders and Nationhood in Algeria
- Algerian Youth on the Move. Capoeira, Street Dance and Parkour: Between Integration and Contestation
- Sport in Algeria – from National Self-assertion to Anti-state Contestation
- Beyond France-Algeria: The Algerian Novel and the Transcolonial Imagination<sup>1</sup>
- Performing Algerianness: The National and Transnational Construction of Algeria’s ‘Culture Wars’
- Notes on Contributors
- Patrick Crowley
- Liverpool University Press
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