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Journal articles

Belmessous S, 2020, 'Boundaries of the International: Law and Empire.', AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, vol. 125, pp. 195 - 196,

Belmessous S, 2020, 'Commemorating French Colonialism in Australia: On the Lapérouse Monument in Sydney', History Australia, vol. 17,

Belmessous S, 2020, 'Politics and Gender Bias in the Production of Historical Knowledge: Reassessing Muslim Loyalism during the Algerian War of Independence', Hespéris-Tamuda

Belmessous S, 2019, 'Emancipation within Empire: an Algerian Alternative during the Era of Decolonization', History Workshop Journal, vol. 88, pp. 153 - 179,

Belmessous S, 2018, 'Indigenous and European laws of nations in North America to 1763', Trajectories, vol. 29, pp. 2 - 5,

Belmessous S, 2015, 'Nobility Lost: French and Canadian Martial Cultures, Indians, and the End of New France.', JOURNAL OF AMERICAN HISTORY, vol. 102, pp. 222 - 223,

Belmessous S, 2012, 'Greatness and Decadence in French America', Renaissance Studies, vol. 26, pp. 559 - 579,

Belmessous S, 2009, 'Living with Ambiguity: Integrating an African Elite in French and Portuguese Africa, 1930-61', JOURNAL OF IMPERIAL AND COMMONWEALTH HISTORY, vol. 37, pp. 495 - 497,

Belmessous S, 2006, 'Le monument Lapérouse à Sydney ou l'histoire d'un mythe colonial franco-australien', Outre-Mers. Revue d'Histoire: explorations, colonisations, indépendences, vol. 94, pp. 51 - 68,

Belmessous S, 2005, 'Assimilation and Racialism in Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century French Colonial Policy', American Historical Review, vol. 110, pp. 322 - 349,

Belmessous S, 2004, 'Etre français en Nouvelle-France: Identité française et identité coloniale aux dix-septième et dix-huitième siècles (trans. Being French in New France: French and colonial identity in the 17th and 18th century)', French Historical Studies, vol. 27, pp. 507 - 540,

Belmessous S, 2000, 'La politique indigène de la France au Canada ou les limites du métissage en histoire coloniale', Bulletin du CENA - EHESS, pp. 91 - 103

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