Paper presented (M. Severo, T. Giraud, N. Douay) to the 7th UK Social Networks Conference, London, July 2011.
The current trend in the development of migration museums, named differently worldwide, is an interesting phenomenon, as it may contribute to the creation of a new and multiple identity, at an individual and collective level. Like the United States with Ellis Island, Australia, Canada, and more recently several European countries – e.g. France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom – have been creating such venues to facilitate transmission between generations as well as encounters between migrants and the host populations, by telling their personal story. Continue reading The International Network of Migration Institutions
In the context of a research on the Tunisian crisis, I studied the Tunisian activist blogosphere. Libération published this work on Saturday 12th February 2011. Continue reading The International network of the Tunisian blogosphere