Hervé Marchal

Hervé Marchal, professor of sociology at the University of Bourgogne (Dijon), conducts research at the Georges Chevrier Center (CGC-UMR 7366) on the identity of the urban community, mobilities, urban sprawl and the subject of suburban housing. He has published some 20 works (alone or in collaboration), including La sociologie urbaine (PUF, 2018 - 6th ed.), Idées reçues sur les bidonvilles en France (Le Cavalier Bleu, 2017), Citoyennetés en ville (PUFR, 2017), Un sociologue au volant (Téraèdre, 2014), L’identité en question (Ellipses, 2012) and La diversité en France : impératif ou idéal ? (Ellipses, 2010).

Les gentrifieurs à l’assaut du périurbain. Peer review

Hervé Marchal et Jean-Marc Stébé | 19.06.2019

The article proposes to analyze the new forms that gentrification takes in periurban territories of contemporary France. Our intention is to look beyond the city centers and suburbs in order to report the new forms of gentrification and thus to bring new elements to research, by articulating the notions of gentrification and peri-urbanization. Based on a study carried out during the 2016-2018 period in the urban area of Nancy, we will specify the sociological outlines of the gentrification of [...]