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Portrait d'Alexis Artaud de La Ferrière

Membre associés à l’étranger

Courriel : aa186(at)soas.ac.uk

Alexis Artaud de La Ferrière is Lecturer in migration studies and international politics at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London (LIEN). His main areas of research are the sociology of migration in French society, the relationship between religion and international migration, ethno-religious identity, the politics of educational development, and the history and legacy of French colonial governance in the Maghrib.

 

 

Selected publications

 

 

Alexis Artaud de La Ferrière (2018) “Somewhere between love and justice: a Roman Catholic church in Paris responds to the European migration crisis”, International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society. Accepted for publication, in press.

Alexis Artaud de La Ferrière (2018) “Décomposition nationale et espoir universel : Le syndicalisme et le catholicisme en France face à la figure du migrant”, Tumultes. Accepted for publication, in press.

Alexis Artaud de La Ferrière (2017) “Ces jeunes chrétiens partis en Syrie”, Esprit, vol. sep., no. 9, pp. 28-31.

Alexis Artaud de La Ferrière (2016) “Fidélités et fluidités : la migration, l’identité religieuse et le bidonville de Calais”, Unité des Chrétiens, no. 182, July, pp. 18-25.

Alexis Artaud de La Ferrière (2015) “Stuck in the middle with you: the political position of teachers in Algeria”, Landscapes of Violence, 3(3), pp. 1-27.

Alexis Artaud de La Ferrière (2015) “Colonial education and national liberation in Algeria”, in Lynn Davies and Zehavit Gross (eds.) The Contested Role of Education in Conflict and Fragility. Rotterdam: Sense, pp. 171-187.

Alexis Artaud de La Ferrière & Narseo Vallina-Rodriguez (2014) “The scissors and the magnifying glass: internet governance in the transitional Tunisian context”, The Journal of North African Studies, 19(5), pp. 639-655.

Alexis Artaud de La Ferrière (2014) “The voice of the innocent: propaganda and childhood testimony in the Algerian War of Independence”, History of Education, 43(1), pp. 105-123.