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Barbara Lebrun
Barbara Lebrun is Lecturer in Contemporary French Culture at the University of Manchester, UK. Her research area is in French popular music, with a particular focus on the representation of ethnicity, gender, performance and nostalgia, and with related interests in music production, mediatization and reception. She is the author of Protest Music in France. Production, Identity and Audiences (Ashgate 2009), winner of the 2011 IASPM book prize for Best Anglophone Monograph, and editor of Chanson et Performance. Mise en scène du corps dans la chanson française et francophone (L’Harmattan 2012). She has published several articles in France, the United Kingdom and the United States, and is currently working on a monograph contextualizing the success and posthumous career of the French female singer Dalida Keywords:  chanson exotique,Mediterranean,exoticism,colonization,post-war France,

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