You are here


The Cohen-Tannoudji Family, A Historical Itinerary Through North African Jewry

This talk is the last one in the series "Negotiating
French, Maghreb-French, & Jewish Identities Through
Literature and History," seeking to enhance a new dialogue
between different plural voices writing about multiple
Jewish identities originating from France and the Maghreb.
Special focus on conflicting and co-existing identities and
the ways in which they are presented in literature and
history. The goal of the project is to look beyond the much
discussed hybrid identity of widely translated writers and
scholars, and present a more inclusive, rich, and complex
perspective on the unique interplay between Jewish, French
and/or Maghreb identities.