New Orleans Mardi Gras 2006
This paper examines how Mardi Gras 2006 was a seminal moment in Post-Katrina New Orleans.
||New Orleans, Mardi Gras, Carnivalesque, Identity, Katrina, Post-Katrina
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp.75-80.
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Dianne Guenin-Lelle teaches courses in French and Francophone cultures and literatures at the undergraduate level. She also teaches intercultural understanding, especially between France and the United States. As a Louisiana native, French is not a foreign language in her family. She seeks to understand the connections among Francophone cultures, and she has travelled extensively Francophonia. She has published articles on Cajun poetry, multicultural pedagogy, the 17th century French comic novel and 17th century Quietism and its connections to Quakerism. Her current projects include a translation of Jeanne Guyon's writings as well as the role of music and music festivals in the current cultural renaissance in South Louisiana. She lives in Albion, Michigan with her husband, Mark Lelle and their two teenage children. She enjoys sailing, travel and gardening.
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