Alain Tarrius

Alain Tarrius est professeur de sociologie des migrations et de la ville à Toulouse 2 le Mirail, au LISST CNRS et au CNRS-Migrinter (Poitiers). Depuis 1985, ses recherches portent sur l’apparition d’un paradigme transmigrations/mondialisation, parallèle à celui, historique, d’immigrations/nations.

Les carrefours migratoires mondiaux. Peer review

La mer Noire, de la concentration de migrations ethniques à la dispersion de transmigrations cosmopolites.

Alain Tarrius | 06.11.2013

For many international migrants coming from West and Central Asia and heading for Western Europe, the Black Sea is a reference space. This paper specifically discusses two groups : the Balotchis from Afghanistan and Iranians, and Georgians forcing Caucasian and Balkanian women into prostitution and involved in drug trafficking. This work compares their strategies and spatial learnings : the use of a typical broken English, the building of circulatory roads and the invention of economic strategies linked to “poor [...]