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France-Based Scholars Researching Minority Groups in the Field: A Symposium

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The editors asked four French scholars specializing in American studies a series of five questions regarding their experience of conducting fieldwork, the challenges they faced, and how they met them. The following is a collaborative contribution, a discussion among the four contributors. The four authors are Yohann Le Moigne (University of Angers), who is a specialist of turf-based gang rivalries in the Los Angeles metropolitan area; Caroline Laurent (University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), who does research on casinos on Indian reservations in the Midwest; Rim Latrache (University of Paris 13 Villetaneuse), who specializes on the construction and expression of Arab and Muslim identities in the United States; and Mathieu Bonzom (University of Orléans), whose work focuses on Latin immigrants and their participation in the labor movement.
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hal-02470482 , version 1 (07-02-2020)

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Mathieu Bonzom, Rim Latrache, Caroline Laurent, Yohann Le Moigne. France-Based Scholars Researching Minority Groups in the Field: A Symposium. American Studies Journal, 2019, Distance Matters: Approaching US Social Movements and Race/Ethnicity from a French Perspective, 68, ⟨10.18422/68-08⟩. ⟨hal-02470482⟩
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