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Representations of Marseille
Joseph McGonagle

titles ensuring that some photographs are spatially specifiable. Therefore the Vieux Port, L’Estaque, the quartiers nord and Le Panier are all cited, reinforcing the idea of the city being divided into neighbourhoods whose lines are seldom breached. Another common trend is gender division: whereas men are seen mostly in the workplace or leading religious congregations, women are often confined to the domestic sphere and especially the kitchen. In addition, Jeanmougin’s tendency to depict women – ­particularly brides – at times of celebrations showcases religious and

in Representing ethnicity in contemporary French visual culture