Noah McLaughlin is a French lecturer at Kennesaw State University. He holds a PhD from The Pennsylvania State University, an MA from Pittsburgh University, and a BA from James Madison University. He has published in Glottopol: Revue sociologuistique en ligne and presented his research in cinema, history, and television studies at conferences for the Film and History League as well as the Literature / Film Association.
French War Films and National Identity by Noah McLaughlin
The relationship of French national identity to its cinema is a well-established field. Yet so far, most studies have either taken a broad historical approach or focused on a particular director or period. Using various theoretical approaches, this book investigates an area that is––as of today––either ill or untreated by scholars: what is the relationship of film form to the historical and social reflections of a given work, whether they be overt or hidden?
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