My research practice is interdisciplinary. After obtaining a PhD in political science at the Paris IEP, I joined the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, as a post-doctoral researcher in a collective project combining anthropology and sociology, before joining Aix-Marseille University. My work focuses on migration, migration policies and social movements. I mainly research these issues through fieldwork conducted in southern Mediterranean countries, particularly in Algeria and Tunisia. I set up large-scale research mechanisms that combine a wide variety of sources and methods. I increasingly use images and sound in my ethnographies.
2009 - 2014: PhD in Political Science, Paris IEP, CNRS, CERI, France. Title: Harragas in Algeria: emigration and protest. Highest honour and highly commended . Research director: Catherine Wihtol de Wenden
- 2007 - 2009: Master's degree in comparative politics, specializing in the Muslim world, Paris Institute of Political Studies (IEP). Passed with distinction. Research paper on Chinese migration to Algeria.
- 2005 - 2007: Bachelor's degree in Humanities and Social Sciences, Paris Institute of Political Studies (IEP).
2021: Assistant Professor, emlyon business school, Lyon, France
- 2017 - 2020: Post-doctoral researcher, Aix-Marseille University, CNRS, Mediterranean Laboratory of Sociology (LAMES), LabexMed
- 2019: Teacher, Paris IEP