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Natalya Vince’s article is the most-read of French Historical Studies in 2016

Congratulations to our colleague, Dr Natalya Vince*, for her article Transgressing Boundaries: Gender, Race, Religion, and “Françaises Musulmanes” during the Algerian War of Independence being the most-read in 2016 of all French Historical Studies articles. The article is available in open access until the end of the month: http://fhs.dukejournals.org/content/33/3/445.abstract?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Transgressing%20Boundaries%3A%20Gender%2C%20Race%2C%20Religion%2C%20and%20%26quot%3BFran&utm_campaign=j_FHS_C_ENG_Top52016_SUB/eTOC%20-%202017-01-04 *Dr Natalya Vince is Reader in North African and French Studies, and member of the Francophone Africa Research Cluster at the University of Portsmouth. 

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