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Bibliographie selective sur le metissage culturel franco-louisianais (cadiens/creoles noirs)

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1ANCELET, Barry J., 1995, "The limits and direction of creolization: from Mercier's L'habitation St Ybars to the Eunice Mardi Gras", présenté à Lafayette, American Folklore Society meeting, 11-15 oct.

21994, Cajun and Creole folktales, Jackson, University Press of Mississippi.

31989, Cajun Music : Its Origin and Development, Lafayette, University of Southwestern Louisiana.

41992, “ Cultural Tourism in Cajun Country : Shotgun Wedding or Marriage Made in Heaven ”, Southern Folklore, 49 (3) : 256-266.

51983, The People called Cajuns, Lafayette, University of Southwestern Louisiana, Center for Louisiana Studies.

6ANCELET, Barry et al., 1991, Cajun Country, Jackson, University Press of Mississippi.

7BAKER, V., KREAMER, J. (eds), 1982, Louisiana tapestry: the ethnic weave of St Landry parish, Lafayette, University of Southwestern Louisiana.

8BEACHAM, Timothy, 1995, "Eunice Fat Tuesday ride apparently not for everyone", The Daily Advertiser, March 9.

9BERNARD, Shane K., 1999, Swamp Pop. The Cajun and Creole Rythm and Blues Jackson: University Press of Mississippi

10BRASSEAUX, Carl A., 1992, Acadian to Cajun : transformation of a people, 1803-1877, Jackson, Mississipi University Press.

111987, The  founding of New Acadia: the beginnings of Acadian life in Louisiana 1765-1803, Baton Rouge, L.S.U. Press.

12BRASSEAUX, Carl, FONTENOT, K., OUBRE, Claude, 1994, Creoles of color in the Bayou country, Jackson, University Press of Mississippi.

13BROVEN, John, 1987, South to Louisiana. The Music of the Cajun Bayous, Gretna, Pelican Publishing.

14CONRAD, Glenn R., 1981, "Potpourri francais: Variety of french settlers in Louisiana", Revue de la Louisiane, vol. 10, 1, June, p. 1-9.

151978, The Cajuns: essays on their history and culture, Lafayette, University of Southwestern Louisiana.

16CREAGH, Ronald, 1988, Nos cousins d'Amérique, Paris, Payot.

17DAVID, Dana, 1998, “ Le carnaval d’Iota : De-carnivalised Laughter in the Tee-Mamou Run ”, communication à la réunion de l’American Folklore Society (30-31 octobre).

18DAVID, Marc, 1996, Riziculture et Mardi Gras : l'organisation du travail et le carnaval rural dans la petite production marchande en Louisiane, Mémoire de maitrise, Québec, Département d'anthropologie, Université Laval.

19DEBIEN, Gabriel, LE GARDEUR, René, 1981-82, "Les colons de St Domingue réfugiés à la Louisiane (1792-1804)", Notes d'histoire coloniale (extraits de Revue de la Louisiane, 211).

20DOMINGUEZ, Virginia R., 1986, White by definition. Social classification in Creole Louisiana, New Brunswick, Rutgers University Press.

21DORAIS, Louis-Jacques, 1980, "Diglossie, bilinguisme et classes sociales en Louisiane", Pluriel, 22, 57-90.

22DORMON, James, (ed.), 1996, Creoles of Color of the Gulf South, Knoxville, The University of Tennessee Press.

23DUBOIS, Sylvie, MELANCON, Megan, 200,. "Creole Is, Creole Ain’t: Diachronic and Synchronic Attitudes toward Creole Identity in South Louisiana," Language in Society 29(2) pp. 237-258.

24GAUDET, Marcia, 1989, "The image of the Cajun in literature", Journal of Popular Culture, vol. 23, 1, June, p. 74-80.

25HALL, Gwendolyn M., 1995, Africans in colonial Louisiana.The development of Afro-Creole culture in the 18th century, Baton Rouge, L.S.U. Press.

26HANGER, Kimberly S., 1997, Bounded Lives, Bounded Places. Free Black Society in Colonial New Orleans, 1769-1803, Durham and London, Duke University Press.

271996, "Origins of New Orleans’s Free Creoles of Color", in J. DORMON, (ed.), 1996, Creoles of Color of the Gulf South, Knoxville, The Univeristy of Tennessee Press, p. 1-27.

28HENRY, Jacques, 1993, "Le CODOFIL dans le mouvement francophone en Louisiane", Espace francophone, 43, p. 25-46.

29HENRY, Jacques, BANKSTON III, Carl, 1998, "Where are the Creoles: Propositions for a structuralist analysis of Creolism", Current Anthropology, vol. 39, 4, p. 558-566.

30HIRSH, Arnold R., LOGSDON Joseph (eds), 1992, Creole New Orleans. Race and Americanization, Baton Rouge, L.S.U. Press.

31HIRSH, Arnold, 1992,  "Simply a matter of black and white: the transformation of race and politics in 20th century New Orleans", in A. HIRSH, J. LOGSDON (eds), Creole New Orleans.Race and americanization, Baton Rouge, L.S.U. Press.

32KEIN, Sybil, 2000, Creole. The History an Legacy of Louisiana’s Free People of Color, Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press.

33LE MENESTREL, Sara, 1999, La voie des Cadiens. Tourisme et identité en Louisiane, Paris, Belin.

341999, "A la croisée des regards : la construction du patrimoine franco-louisianais", numéro spécial, "Musée, nation, après les colonies", Ethnologie française, juillet-septembre, 3 , p. 409-419.

35MAGUIRE, Robert, 1989, Hustling to Survive: Social and Economic Change in a South Louisiana Black Creole Community, Projet Louisiane monograph 3, Québec, Université Laval.

361979, "Creoles and Creole Language in St Martin Parish, Louisiana," Cahiers de Géographie du Québec 23(59), pp. 281-302.

37MILLS, Gary, The forgotten people, Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press.

38OUBRE Claude, LEONARD, Roscoe, 1982, "Free and proud: St Landry's Gens de couleur", in V. BAKER, J. KREAMER (eds), 1982, Louisiana tapestry: the ethnic weave of St Landry parish, Lafayette, U.S.L., C.L.S.

39PERRODIN, Maggie, 1992, "Does 'Ragin Cajun' represent everyone ?", The Vermilion, Oct..

40SAVOY, Ann, 1984, Cajun music: a reflection of a people, Eunice, Bluebird Press.

41SAXON, Lyle, 1945, Gumbo Ya-Ya, Cambridge, Louisiana Writers Project publication, the Riverside Press.

42SEXTON, Rocky, 1999, "Cajun Mardi Gras: Cultural Objectivation and Symbolic Appropriation in a French Tradition," Ethnology 38(3), pp. 297-313.

43SPITZER, Nicholas R., 1996, “ Mardi Gras in L’Anse de Prien Noir : A Creole Community Performance in Rural French Louisiana ”, in James H. Dormon (ed.), Creoles of Colour of the Gulf South, Knoxville, The University of Tennessee Press : 87-126.

441985, Louisiana Folklife.A guide to the State, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Folklife Program, Division of the Arts.

45TREGLE, Joseph G., 1999, Louisiana in the Age of Jackson. A Clash of Cultures and personnalities, Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University.

46TREPANIER, Cécyle, 1991, "The cajunization of french Louisiana: forging a regional identity", The Geographical Journal, vol.. 157, 2, p. 161-172.

47TURK, Leslie, 1995, "Eunice's Mardi Gras shame", The Times of Acadiana, March 15, p. 16.

48VALDMAN, Albert, 1996, “The place of Louisiana Creole among New World French Creoles”,  in J. DORMON (ed.), Creoles of Color of the Gulf South, Knoxville,The  University of Tennessee Press, p. 144-166.

49WADDEL, Eric, LOUDER, Dean R. (ed.), 1983, Du continent perdu à l'archipel retrouvé, Québec, Presses universitaires de Laval.  

50WOOD, Joe, 1994, "Fade to Black: once upon a time in multiracial America", Voice, Dec. 6, p. 25-34.

51WOODS, Sister F. J., 1972, Marginality and Identity, Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press.

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Sara Le Menestrel, « Bibliographie selective sur le metissage culturel franco-louisianais (cadiens/creoles noirs) », Nuevo Mundo Mundos Nuevos [En ligne], Bibliographies, mis en ligne le 09 février 2005, consulté le 16 août 2017. URL : http://nuevomundo.revues.org/564 ; DOI : 10.4000/nuevomundo.564

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