Paula Schwartz is the Lois B. Watson Professor of French Studies at Middlebury College, where she teaches courses on contemporary France, 20th-century French history, food studies, and European studies. She has lived and worked in France extensively. Her scholarship has focused on women and gender in the French Resistance, the French Communist underground, and daily life during the Second World War.
Acknowledgments Introduction 1. The Event 2. Hunger and Scarcity 3. Protesting Women, Partisan Men 4. Acts of War 5. The Teacher and the Truant 6. The Economy of Memory 7. From Sardines to Smoked Salmon Sources Notes Index