Institute of Modern Languages Research

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Leonard Forster
December 1, 1980
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Edited by Rudiger Gorner and Nima Mina
August 7, 2006
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Edited by J.A. Burgess
December 31, 1999
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Edited by Eric Robertson and Robert Vilain
August 1, 1997
Isabel Hollis-Touré
March 27, 2015
Over the past four decades immigration to France from the Francophone countries of North Africa (Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia) has changed in character. For much of the twentieth century, migrants who crossed the Mediterranean to France were men seeking work, who frequently undertook manual labour, working long hours in difficult conditions. Recent decades have seen an increase in family reunification - the arrival of women and children from North Africa, either accompanying their husbands or joining them in France. Contemporary creative representations of migration are shaped by this shift in gender and generation from a solitary, mostly male experience to one that included women and children. Just as the shift made new demands of the '...
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Edited by Rudiger Gorner
April 29, 2005
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Edited by Andreas Rogal and Dugald Sturges
May 1, 1995

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