Affective circuits : African migrations to Europe and the pursuit of social regeneration

Auteur(s) : Cole, Jennifer (Éd.)
Groes, Christian (Éd.)
Description matérielle : x-354 p. : photos et illustrations en noir et blanc, carte ; 24 cm.Publication : Chicago : University of Chicago press, 2016.Cote : W.37Note : Bibliographie p. 303-340. Index.
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Introduction: affective circuits and social regeneration in African migration / Cole, Jennifer et Groes, Christian --

Translations in kinscripts: child circulation among Ghanaians abroad / Coe, Cati --

Forging belonging through children in the Berlin-Cameroonian diaspora / Feldman-Savelsberg, Pamela --

Photography and technologies of care: migrants in Britain and their children in the Gambia / Kea, Pamela --

Tansnational health-care circuits: managing therapy among immigrants in France and kinship networks in West Africa / Sargent, Carolyn et Larchanché, Stéphanie --

"Assistance but not support": pentecostalism and the reconfiguring of relatedness between Kenya and the United Kingdom / Fesenmyer, Leslie --

The paradox of parallel lives: immigration policy and transnational polygyny between Senegal and France / Neveu Kringelbach, Hélène --

Men come and go, mothers stay: personhood and resisting marriage among Mozambican women migrating to Europe / Groes, Christian --

Giving life: regulating affective circuits among Malagasy marriage migrants in France / Cole, Jennifer --

Life's trampoline: on nullification and cocaine migration in Bissau / Vigh, Henrik --

From little brother to big somebody: coming of age at the Gare du Nord / Kleinman, Julie --

Circuitously Parisian: "Sapeur" parakinship and the affective circuitry of Congolese style / Newell, Sasha.

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