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The Maghrébin, or North African Culture in Marseilles, France: between the visible and the invisible; between acceptance and repression

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Affiliations: Émile Témime is a historian and emeritus professor of contemporary history at the Université de Provence (France). He is director of the History of Migrations Research Centre at the École des hautes etudes en sciences sociales (EHESS) in Marseilles. He is the author of many books on Maghrebins in France and particularly in Marseilles, a city of immigration. His publications include France, Terre d'Immigration, Gallimard, Paris, 1999, and the co-edition with Pierre Milza and Laurent Gervereau of Toute la France: Histoire de l’Immigration en France au XXe siècle, Somogy Éditions-BDIC, 1998. He is also co-editor with Pierre Milza of the ‘Français d'ailleurs, peuples d'ici’ series, Éditions Autrement.

Publication date: May 1, 2007

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