Publications - Multinational families, creolized practices and new identities: Euro-Senegalese cases

Journal articles 

Neveu-Kringelbach, H (2014) 'Gendered educational trajectories and transnational marriage among West African students in France'Global Studies in Culture and Power

Neveu-Kringelbach, H. (forthcoming) 'West African Students in France: Marriage and Alternative Trajectories Towards Social Mobility', Identities.


Working papers

Neveu-Kringelbach, H. (2013) '‘Mixed marriage’, citizenship and the policing of intimacy in contemporary France' IMI Working Paper 77, Interntational Migration Institute, Universiyt of Oxford.


Book chapters

Neveu-Kringelbach, H. (forthcoming) 'Portraits, Family and Morality in the Senegalese Diaspora', in C. Morton and D. Newbury (eds.), African Photographic Archive.


Conferences, workshops and public lectures

5 December 2013. ‘“Mixed” marriage, citizenship and the policing of intimacy in contemporary France.’ Culture, Power and Social Change seminar series, UCLA Department of Anthropology, Los Angeles.

1-2 July 2013. ‘Transnational marriage, citizenship and the policing of intimacy in contemporary France’, Rethinking Diasporas Conference, Oxford.

29 June 2013. ‘Gender and the experience of polygyny in transnational families between Senegal and Europe.’ ECAS Conference, Lisbon.

23 May 2013. ‘Mixed marriage and the state in France: Les Amoureux au Ban Public’. Film screening and debate on mixed marriage held at the Goethe Institute, Dakar, Senegal.

4 April 2013. ‘Transnational marriage, citizenship and the policing of intimacy in contemporary France.’ Intimate Migrations Conference, Roskilde University, Denmark.


Media contributions

14 December 2013. Hélène Neveu Kringelbach was a guest on the The BBC World Service programme Forum’ on the theme ‘A rainbow nation, a rainbow world?’.

Children in Yene, Senegal. Photograph: Helene Neveu-Kringelbach

Project lead

Hélène Neveu Kringelbach, African Studies Centre

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