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Xth International Colloque “México Francia”: Memories and sensitivities: Perspectives on Franco-Mexican migration (04/2019)
Argument After 20 years of creative activity — colloquia, seminars, study days, conferences, publication of sources and books, training of students, university exchanges, website — the “México Francia” research project aims to launch a critical reflection on the research carried out, identify its th...
Deconstructing migration paradigms through studies on the emigration and immigration of women in Italy
Research on Italian emigrants and immigrants has evolved in the same epistemic space, asked the same questions and provided complementary answers that allow progress to be made in gene-migration studies based on three findings. The first is that the complexity of migration flows is a process that is...
West African Migrations to Italy: An Anthropological Analysis of Ghanaian and Senegalese Politics of Mobility in Emilia Romagna
In this article we combine a mobility perspective with a biographical approach to explore the Italian experience of Ghanaian and Senegalese migration emphasising expectations, obstacles and practices in contexts of uncertainty and precariousness. First, we provide readers with an historical backgrou...
The Cahiers Alhim (Latin America History and Memory) No 31
Les Cahiers Alhim (Latin America History and Memory) of the University of Paris 8 have just published: ‘Latin American women in migration contexts: going, staying, returning’, No 31, 2016, under the leadership of Virginie Baby-Collin (Aix Marseille University) and Anna Perraudin (Paris University 7-...
Picture of spartan classroom in rural China awarded prize
Image © Fuyang Zhou This photo, which was taken by Chinese amateur photographer Fuyang Zhou in Jiangxi province, won the first prize at the Hamdan International Photography Awards. It shows what seems to be an improvised classroom, with a dirt floor and mud walls, which serve as a blackboard. In man...
From one eye to another
While the ethnographic survey is a prime time for research, it also opens up unexpected meetings that may call into question its meaning and scope. The following article focuses on measuring the effects of decisive telescoping. When the ideological interposes between a researcher and his/her purpose...
Aspirations and Hope Distribution in the Emigration of Maghrebi Europeans in Montreal
peer reviewed The article addresses contemporary forms of European emigration more specifically of Belgian and French ‘second-generation’ migrant youngsters of Maghrebi background leaving Europe for Montreal (Canada). Building on an ethnographic field research conducted in France, Belgium and Montre...
The return and reintegration of Latin American migrants in Europe
One of the first difficulties faced by the countries of origin of immigrants, when planning interventions and programmes aimed at maximising the benefits of their return, is the lack of knowledge about the dominant profile of those who return spontaneously, as well as the real impact, errors and suc...
Going to London... to promote vocational integration in France
In the context of increasing migration from France to London, this article seeks to understand the motivations of young French adults of Maghreb origin who undertake this mobility with the aim of promoting their professional integration. Some of these young people in France benefit from a mechanism...
Study Day — States, Empires, Migrations — 19-20 May 2021
The GROC (Colonial Orders Research Group) is very pleased to announce the future event: States, Empires, Migration. After a very long preparation and a postponement due to a certain pandemic, this day will take place on 19-20 May 2021. Initially planned between the walls of Le Havre-Normandy Univers...
The multicultural window has marked Latin American history. Since 1880, the Southern Cone, as is well known, has been fuelled by multiple foreign inputs thanks to the massive influx of immigrants. Since the beginning of the 20th century, political and social conflicts on the continent have encourage...
Aesthetic migrations in the first Argentinian modernisation theatre: Henri-René Lenormand — Roberto Arlt
This article analyses from a comparative approach the migration of the dramatic lenormandian model in a key dramatic stunning of Argentinian theatre modernisation: Roberto Arlt, who introduced changes and precursor forms of the Argentinian neovanguardia teatral that broke out in the 60s. We regarded...
‘We Are the Middle Class’ The New Turkish Middle Class: Identification, Behaviors and Expectations
International audience This article aims to identify and characterise the Turkish middle class. Our objective is to improve its description by implementing a clustering method combining an economic and a sociological approach. Using the Income and Living Conditions Survey (2014), we first identify t...
Towards a universal set of bubble coalescence laws in low viscosity magmas
International audience Bubble nucleation, growth, and coalescence control the ascent, degassing, and eruption of all types of magma. Nucleation and growth are consequences of magma decompression, and are satisfactorily described by solubility and physical models. Coalescence is a more complicated is...
No 107 Migration Law and its intermediaries
Migration Law and Intermediaries coordinated by Jonathan Miaz, Laura Odasso and Romane Sabrié Migration Law and its intermediaries: socio-political uses of the law and production of migration policies. Presentation of Jonathan Miaz, Laura Odasso, Romane SabriéJuger and judge at the National Asylum C...
The transition from Alboran to Algerian basins (Western Mediterranean Sea): Chronostratigraphy, deep crustal structure and tectonic evolution at the rear of a narrow slab rollback system
International audience The eastern Alboran basin and its transition to the Algerian basin is a key area in the Mediterranean realm where controversial kinematic and geodynamical models are proposed. Models imply striking differences regarding the nature of the crust, the prevalence of brittle faulti...
Migration, circulation and hybridisation of ideas. Warburg’s iconology in KLebansky
The assumption here is that KLebansky is an “iconologist of concepts” (rather than just a historian of ideas). This exploratory hypothesis is of dual interest. First, it makes it possible to overcome the overly frontal opposition from the word and image, which are undeniably different symbolic entit...
Brazilian action? Transits from the sex market
In this text I consider the notions of Brazilian agency that migrated to Europe from different sectors of the sex market. The analysis is based on a multi-site ethnography carried out in Brazil, Italy and Spain. I consider that the alteration of contexts has an impact on the re-significance of the d...
Turkish spoken in transnational families (Antioch, Paris, Berlin)
International audience Due to its history and geographical position, Turkey is multiethnic, multicultural and multilingual (Andrews 1989;Virtanen 2003)andso is the region of Antioch (Doǧruel 2013)which is anArabic-Turkish bilingual region since its attachment to Turkey in 1939.The linguistic situati...
Did Securitization Fail to Contain the Covid-19 Pandemic? The Case of Greece
In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic many European governments responded by securitizing the pandemic and adopting a series of emergency measures in order to curb the spread of the pandemic. However, in most cases the measures were unsuccessful. Does this constitute a failure of securitization? In o...
A family of spatial models and their application to the French interdepartmental migrant matrix for the period 1968-1975
To analyse migration exchange tables, a family of models is proposed. The purpose of these models is to filter out what, in the exchanges observed, amounts to the inequality of the populations at risk and the diversity of the geographical configurations of the pairs of areas in question (distance, c...
DIET AND FUELLING OF THE GLOBALLY THREATENED AQUATIC WARBLER ACROCEPHALUS 1 PALUDICOLA AT AUTUMN MIGRATION STOPOVER AS COMPARED WITH TWO CONGENERS
International audience The effective conservation of aquatic warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola), one of the most threatened western Palaearctic migratory passerines, requires good knowledge of its ecological needs at stopover sites. In particular, identifying its diet, which controls the accumulation...
The Camargue bird report 1982-1983
Iraqi Refugees in Syria
Paper Prepared for the Migration and Refugee movements in the Middle East and North Africa. The Forced Migration & Refugee Studies Program. The American University in Cairo, Egypt. October 23-25, 2007<br />Disponible à : http://www.aucegypt.edu/ResearchatAUC/rc/cmrs/Pages/meeting.aspx Syria has host...
All Saved from Drowning? Afghan Refugees in Australia and Words Written in “The Ocean”: A Short Story by Gail Jones
Gail Jones’s short story “The Ocean” was published in 2013 as part of an anthology edited by Thomas Keneally and Rosie Scott. Entitled A Country Too Far: Writings on Asylum Seekers, this anthology aimed to ask “some of [the] most admired Australian writers to bring a different perspective and depth...