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Adeline Cordier
Adeline Cordier recently completed Ph.D. on French popular music at the University of Stirling. She specializes on French popular culture and cultural identity, and has published several articles on French chanson. Her publications include ‘Chanson as oral poetry? Paul Zumthor and the analysis of performance’, published in French Cultural Studies (2009), which analyses the social significance of French chanson. Her monograph on the trio Brel-Brassens-Ferré is due to be published by Ashgate in 2013. Her current research focuses on the representation of women and gender relations in post-war France through the work of female singer-songwriters Keywords:  Brassens,Brel,Chanson,Ferré,gender relationships,

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