Entre amitié et émancipation: Les militaires, les femmes et les principes démocratiques de la diplomatie culturelle américaine en France, 1944-1967

TitleEntre amitié et émancipation: Les militaires, les femmes et les principes démocratiques de la diplomatie culturelle américaine en France, 1944-1967
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsDoppler-Speranza, François
JournalLes cahiers Irice
Volume12
Issue2
Start Page119
Abstract

In this article, the author proposes to study the place of women in American cultural diplomacy in France during the Cold War. It is argued that the State Department was able to negotiate the construction of an information program that relied notably on the military. Then, in a second point, the author seeks to define the American democratic model at the time of the evolution of the social body of the army. Finally, the author interrogates the role of women in the circulation of the American democratic model in the French province, Orleans.

Translated TitleBetween friendship and freedom: militaries, women, and the democratic principles of American cultural diplomacy in France, 1944-1967
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