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Research project: Diaspora as social and cultural practice (TNMundi) - Dormant - Dormant

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A study of transnational networks across Europe and Africa How do (post-)migrant cultural practitioners, performers and musicians originating from North-Africa and Madagascar use multiple translocal and transnational networks across African, European and wider global spaces?

We suggest that artists who create or enter such networks make use of, but go far beyond the traditional ‘bi-focal’, ethnically and spatially defined communities that link originating and sending countries, as studied in much diaspora research.

Our empirical studies of Francophone Malagasy and North African artists will provide new insights into the creative practices of migrant cultural practitioners which transcend geographic diasporic communities, and throw light on their modes of cultural, social and political engagement

For more information visit the TNMundi website.

Transnational Networks across Europe and Africa
TNMundi

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