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Thomas Lacroix

Thomas Lacroix

Thomas Lacroix

  • University of Poitiers

Thomas Lacroix is CNRS research fellow in geography at Migrinter, University of Poitiers. He works on the relationships between immigrant transnationalism, development and integration. He more particularly works on North African transnationalism. His research interest includes the migration and development relationship, diasporic memory, migration and transnationalism theory, ethnic business, associational and family transnationalism.

He published in 2005 Les Réseaux Marocains du Développement at the Presses de Sciences Poin 2015 Hometown Transnationalism: Long Distance Villageness among North Indians Punjabis and North African Berbers at Palgrave MacMillan and Migrants: L’Impasse Européenne” at Armand Colin in 2016.

Thomas Lacroix is associate editor of Migration Studies.

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