Neil MacMaster is a Honorary Reader at the University of East Anglia. His main research interest is in late French colonialism and the Algerian War of Independence.
Burning the Veil. The Algerian War and the “emancipation” of Muslim women, 1954-62 (Manchester: Manchester University Press 2009).
[with Jim House], Paris 1961. Algerians, State Terror, and Memory (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006/pbk edition 2009). [French edition, Paris 1961. Les Algériens, la terreur d’État et la mémoire (Paris: Tallandier, 2008)].
‘The Algerian Café-Hotel, Hub of the Nationalist Underground, Paris 1926-1962’, French Politics, Culture and Society, 34:2 (2016), 57-77.
‘The Roots of Insurrection: the role of the Algerian village assembly (djemâa) in peasant resistance, 1863-1962’, in Comparative Studies in Society and History (April 2013).