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<ul><li><p>08/04/18 Consumption, Culture and Society in Modern France | University of Glasgow</p><p>Consumption, Culture and Society inModern France</p><p>View Online</p><p>102 items</p><p>Week 1: Introduction (1 items)If you haven't already started reading Zola's Au Bonheur des dames, please get underwayin preparation for next week.</p><p>Au Bonheur des dames - Zola, mile, [1999], c1980Book | Essential</p><p>Week 2: The grand magasin, capitalism and mass culture (2 items)Continue your reading of Au bonheur and look closely at pp.29-55. The chapter by Nord is available electronically (ebook). It's long but the first 20 or so pagesin particular offer useful context so you may want to concentrate on these.</p><p>Au Bonheur des dames - Zola, mile, [1999], c1980Book | Essential</p><p>Chapter 2: Grands magasins and small shops - Philip NordChapter | Essential</p><p>Week 3: Gender and Consumption (2 items)Continue reading Au bonheur des dames and prepare to discuss the passage from bottomof pp.279-292 (je suis perdue) in the context of the issues raised in Tiersten's chapter.</p><p>Marianne in the Department Store - Lisa Tiersten, 2001Chapter | Essential</p><p>Au Bonheur des dames - Zola, mile, [1999], c1980Book | Essential</p><p>Week 4: Class and the department store (3 items)You should have completed your reading of the novel by now and should consider thefollowing questions: The department story has been described as a site of bourgeoisculture. What is meant by this in the context of the late nineteenth century? What valuesare associated with bourgeois culture in the text? How is class belonging signified? To whatextent is the department store seen to be reshaping class boundaries? (To kick start yourthoughts on bourgeois culture you may find it useful to look back at Tiersten's work or atthe the first few pages of Miller, Le Bon March) </p><p>1/11</p><p>http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/C6FFAFCF-805B-D803-C54F-7F8BABDDEF59http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/22E5C07F-F258-5A8D-0633-13BFCAC70C71http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/A8EB581D-F904-3D77-8591-16D2F66A46D6http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/49641B6B-F0BB-3CDA-B16B-BFA211D62E56http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/8552EF2E-B2B4-23EB-CBC9-74E828B50306</p></li><li><p>08/04/18 Consumption, Culture and Society in Modern France | University of Glasgow</p><p>Au Bonheur des dames - Zola, mile, [1999], c1980Book | Essential</p><p>The BonMarche: bourgeois culture and the department store, 1869-1920 - Miller, Michael Barry, AmericanCouncil of Learned Societies, c1981</p><p>Book | Further</p><p>Marianne in the Market: Envisioning Consumer Society inFin-de-siecle France - Tiersten, Lisa, c2001</p><p>Book | Further</p><p>Week 5 (2 items)See resources on moodle for this week.</p><p>Scenes de la vie future - Duhamel, Georges, c1930</p><p>Book | Essential</p><p>Mass Culture and Sovereignty: The American Challenge to European Cinemas, 1920-1960 -Victoria de Grazia, 1989</p><p>Article | Recommended</p><p>Week 6 (2 items)How was consumer culture changing in interwar France? To what extent should suchchanges be conceived in terms of Americanisation? Compare and contrast theperspectives of Howard and Furlough on this issue. To what extent was mass consumptionseen as a threat in this period and how did this express itself?</p><p>THE ADVERTISING INDUSTRY AND ALCOHOL IN INTERWAR FRANCE - SARAH HOWARD,2008-6</p><p>Article | Essential</p><p>Selling the American Way in Interwar France: "Prix Uniques" and the Salons Des ArtsMenagers - Ellen Furlough, 1993</p><p>Article | Essential</p><p>Week 7 (2 items)See resources on moodle for this week.</p><p>Expanding the consumer market - Helen ChenutChapter | Essential</p><p>Consumers against capitalism?: consumer cooperation in Europe, North America, and</p><p>2/11</p><p>http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/4990ADED-EB2A-6D64-B436-7D38E033913Ehttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/EA035592-3A66-4B7B-591E-09CA14D9CAA7http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/EA035592-3A66-4B7B-591E-09CA14D9CAA7http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/EA035592-3A66-4B7B-591E-09CA14D9CAA7http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/EA035592-3A66-4B7B-591E-09CA14D9CAA7http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/85A97B0C-8C58-A21C-02AB-FDA4A7945689http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/85A97B0C-8C58-A21C-02AB-FDA4A7945689http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/85A97B0C-8C58-A21C-02AB-FDA4A7945689http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/85A97B0C-8C58-A21C-02AB-FDA4A7945689http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/0FFBAE16-0D5C-62FD-88F2-B93E6C1DF00Dhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/0FFBAE16-0D5C-62FD-88F2-B93E6C1DF00Dhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/0FFBAE16-0D5C-62FD-88F2-B93E6C1DF00Dhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/B4E26FE4-4FAA-6D37-B6F5-A1ED0BBECB39http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/B6D20B19-122F-1A36-110E-6FB6EE6C8864http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/D2A50A1D-3029-570C-719C-F45A3C7B82B4http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/D2A50A1D-3029-570C-719C-F45A3C7B82B4http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/E3FFCB48-1B53-3C64-3E51-001A8E01AFC5http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/06F80CC4-13B9-E8A2-565B-3A29765A1A3F</p></li><li><p>08/04/18 Consumption, Culture and Society in Modern France | University of Glasgow</p><p>Japan, 1840-1990 - Furlough, Ellen, Strikwerda, Carl, c1999Book</p><p>Week 8 (2 items)</p><p>Au gr des rations et des cartes en mtropoleChapter | Essential</p><p>Selling France to the French: The French Zone of Occupation in Western Germany,1945c.1955 - K. H. ADLER, 2012-11</p><p>Article | Essential</p><p>Week 9 (3 items)</p><p>Prlude: Deux villages - Jean Fourasti, c1979Chapter | Essential</p><p>Women and Mass Consumer Society in Postwar France - Rebecca J. Pulju, 2011Book | Recommended</p><p>La France de l'expansion: 1: LaRepublique Gaullienne 1958-1969 - Berstein, Serge, 1989</p><p>Book | Recommended</p><p>Week 10 (3 items)Read the first chapter of Baudrillard, La socit de consommation ('La liturgie formelle del'objet') which has been scanned. You should be able to click through to the link here andaccess it by logging in and using the course password. The video link 'Un art de vivre' isabout Parly 2 which is referred to in the Baudrillard text.</p><p>Premire partie: la liturgie formelle de l'objetChapter | Essential</p><p>Un art de vivre - Video Ina.frWebpage</p><p>Work, Consumption and Subjectivity in Postwar France: Moulinex and the Meanings ofDomestic Appliances 1950s-70s - J. Clarke, 2012-10-01</p><p>Article | Recommended</p><p>Week 11Revision class. We can look at a sample question together this week or let me know if youhave other suggestions about things to cover.</p><p>Sem 2 Week 1 (3 items)See also material on moodle.</p><p>3/11</p><p>http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/06F80CC4-13B9-E8A2-565B-3A29765A1A3Fhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/1B1E0300-D905-0C8B-E3F3-FB13B70A460Dhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/5D498854-1B93-7E86-03FD-3ED777517782http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/5D498854-1B93-7E86-03FD-3ED777517782http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/D27567CC-C1BC-F6BF-9649-A2F6E194FA18http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/CDFF512C-8844-6375-5B1F-1D6BB9BFDE57http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/77B5E098-773C-2EDF-19A7-AC742B2157CFhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/77B5E098-773C-2EDF-19A7-AC742B2157CFhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/77B5E098-773C-2EDF-19A7-AC742B2157CFhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/77B5E098-773C-2EDF-19A7-AC742B2157CFhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/E6F03BC0-6237-BBB3-C503-6D565ECABDAEhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/CB11C8D7-A587-C624-EDEA-3E3ED52298EEhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/EFC5BF2D-60CA-6363-66CD-D08065665FF1http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/EFC5BF2D-60CA-6363-66CD-D08065665FF1</p></li><li><p>08/04/18 Consumption, Culture and Society in Modern France | University of Glasgow</p><p>Le Salon des arts mnagers dans les annes 1950 - Claire Leymonerie, 2006Article | Essential</p><p>La magie des objets, le plan Marshall et l'instauration d'une dmocratie deconsommateurs - Sheryl Kroen</p><p>Chapter | Essential</p><p>Seducing the French: The Dilemma of Americanization - Richard Kuisel, 1993Book | Recommended</p><p>Sem 2 Week 2 (2 items)Read Ch 2 of Ross 'Hygiene and Modernization'</p><p>Fast cars, clean bodies: decolonization and the reordering of French culture - Ross, Kristin,c1995</p><p>Book | Essential</p><p>Women and Mass Consumer Society in Postwar France - Rebecca J. Pulju, 2011Book | Recommended</p><p>Sem 2 Week 3 (2 items)</p><p>Packaging Pleasures: Club Mditerrane and French Consumer Culture, 1950-1968 - EllenFurlough, 1993</p><p>Article</p><p>Paradis vendre: tourisme et imitation en Polynsie-Franaise (1958-1971) - Daniel J.Sherman, 2005-03-01</p><p>Article</p><p>Sem 2 Week 4 (1 items)</p><p>The French challenge: adapting to globalization - Gordon, Philip H., Meunier, Sophie, 2001Book</p><p>Sem 2 Week 5 (2 items)</p><p>Of GMOs, McDomination and Foreign Fat: Contemporary Franco-American Food Fights - J.Willging, 2008-06-01</p><p>Article</p><p>Noms de pays et produits du terroir : enjeux des dnominations gographiques - ClaireDelfosse, 1997</p><p>Article</p><p>Sem 2 Week 6 (2 items)Read Chapters 3 'A New Wine Drinking Culture?' and Chapter 8 'Globalization, Nation and</p><p>4/11</p><p>http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/DFC4A1E3-DC22-3B12-823D-03104F9E0A74http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/7BBE9F4A-5091-D9C5-59D9-182A377A1ED8http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/7BBE9F4A-5091-D9C5-59D9-182A377A1ED8http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/FBAAD14E-A61E-8E09-6584-6B2E3674D7ADhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/DDF085CB-0443-C716-A977-69AAD19307CAhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/4B0C0FA4-7914-9BDC-5367-6D627FB2C807http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/336CE8B9-315E-FEA5-0CD0-10ABC944C1F4http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/C39F61EA-5857-9F8D-C5E0-3ACE402ABBAFhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/3E63AAA0-8C59-D569-0A51-B5DA5006C2A9http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/3C67DA95-111B-D4C0-4FF3-80E8072C81FFhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/9D4DFA5F-2435-48AE-BFBC-C0A4916F72AF</p></li><li><p>08/04/18 Consumption, Culture and Society in Modern France | University of Glasgow</p><p>Region' in Demossier's book. Note that the first screen as you enter the ebook has aconfusing numbering that doesn't correspond to the chapter numbers - so make sure youhave clicked on the correct chapters.</p><p>Wine drinking culture in France: a national myth or a modern passion? - Demossier,Marion, Dawson Books, c2010</p><p>Book</p><p>La nouvelle culture du vin - Jean-Pierre Albert, 1989-10-01Article</p><p>Sem 2 Week 7 (3 items)This week we'll watch the film Mondovino (Jonathan Nossiter 2007) and discuss how itreflects issues about consumption, globalisation and identity. This can serve as a way ofpulling together themes from the course. A screening will be organised but you can alsoconsult the film in the library in Hetherington.</p><p>Mondovino - Nossiter, Jonathan, Giraud, Emmanuel, Rolland, Michel, Guibert, Aime, c2009Audio-visual document</p><p>Les cpages de tradition franaise donnent-ils des vins californiens ? - Julien Lefour, 2005Article</p><p>Incorporating Terroir: L'Affaire Mondavi Reconsidered - amy b. trubek, 2004-08Article</p><p>General texts on consumption (5 items)Items listed here tend to go across periods and/or countries. Some are edited volumescontaining a range of essays and are worth browsing for material on specific topics.</p><p>The expert consumer: associations and professionals in consumer society - Chatriot, Alain,Chessel, Marie-Emmanuelle, Hilton, Matthew, Au nom du consommateur (Conference),c2006</p><p>Book</p><p>Irresistible empire: America's advance through twentieth-century Europe - De Grazia,Victoria, 2005</p><p>Book</p><p>The sex of things: gender and consumption in historical perspective - De Grazia, Victoria,Furlough, Ellen, c1996</p><p>Book | Recommended</p><p>Consumers against capitalism?: consumer cooperation in Europe, North America, andJapan, 1840-1990 - Furlough, Ellen, Strikwerda, Carl, c1999</p><p>Book</p><p>The Oxford handbook of the history of consumption - Trentmann, Frank, 2012Book</p><p>5/11</p><p>http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/5D039117-8B08-89FE-E82A-6D1FE93775E3http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/EFAABD0C-10AE-FBFA-C74B-A1E289895CF2http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/D3DDDC0A-E6DA-BDA9-5D4E-DB3B838F72A5http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/BB248FFB-DA58-7722-AFF6-49E766281180http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/1E320DE1-FA2D-10B3-DD80-E10E5582D855http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/D846CD8A-97BD-4CCD-0F92-25F7D26FB2BEhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/F5D42149-1011-5876-85EB-F348E0858EEEhttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/BA732F8A-F4B5-4CB9-10BF-0D7E107C456Chttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/BFA14302-15BA-A962-99EA-8AB10F3B4230http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/BFA14302-15BA-A962-99EA-8AB10F3B4230http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/67A55C1F-610F-EDB0-3146-6D8E84188F9E</p></li><li><p>08/04/18 Consumption, Culture and Society in Modern France | University of Glasgow</p><p>General texts on France in 20th century (4 items)</p><p>Histoire culturelle de la France: 4: Le temps des masses: levingtiemesiecle - Rioux, Jean-Pierre, Sirinelli,Jean-Francois, 1998</p><p>Book</p><p>La France de la IVeRepublique: 2: L'expansion et l'impuissance, 1952-1958 - Rioux, Jean-Pierre, c1983</p><p>Book</p><p>La France de l'expansion: 1: LaRepublique Gaullienne 1958-1969 - Berstein, Serge, 1989</p><p>Book</p><p>La France de l'expansion: 2:L'apogee Pompidou, 1969-1974 - Berstein, Serge, Rioux, Jean-Pierre, 1995</p><p>Book</p><p>Recommended Reading Part One (11 items)</p><p>Paris shopkeepers and the politics of resentment - Nord, Philip G., 1986Book | Recommended</p><p>Marianne in the Market: Envisioning Consumer Society inFin-de-siecle France - Tiersten, Lisa, c2001</p><p>Book | Essential</p><p>Just looking: consumer culture in Dreiser, Gissing, and Zola - Bowlby, Rachel, 1985Book | Recommended</p><p>The BonMarche: bourgeois culture and the department store, 1869-1920 - Miller, Michael Barry, AmericanCouncil of Learned Societies, c1981</p><p>6/11</p><p>http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/ADC41DB3-CA56-60B9-4179-460BD869984Ahttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/ADC41DB3-CA56-60B9-4179-460BD869984Ahttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/ADC41DB3-CA56-60B9-4179-460BD869984Ahttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/ADC41DB3-CA56-60B9-4179-460BD869984Ahttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/ADC41DB3-CA56-60B9-4179-460BD869984Ahttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/ADC41DB3-CA56-60B9-4179-460BD869984Ahttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/ADC41DB3-CA56-60B9-4179-460BD869984Ahttp://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/B1DFEA10-12CC-95CB-8026-12CBD619AFC4http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/B1DFEA10-12CC-95CB-8026-12CBD619AFC4http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/B1DFEA10-12CC-95CB-8026-12CBD619AFC4http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/B1DFEA10-12CC-95CB-8026-12CBD619AFC4http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/179A2A3F-025B-C18B-7911-86CD56A8A659http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/179A2A3F-025B-C18B-7911-86CD56A8A659http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/179A2A3F-025B-C18B-7911-86CD56A8A659http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/179A2A3F-025B-C18B-7911-86CD56A8A659http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/9723FF11-E97F-CC56-6031-FFA4F5660623http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/9723FF11-E97F-CC56-6031-FFA4F5660623http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/9723FF11-E97F-CC56-6031-FFA4F5660623http://readinglists.glasgow.ac.uk/items/9723...</p></li></ul>