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Vives Gonzalez, Célia Luna

Professeure adjointe

Contact :

  • Téléphone 514-343-6111 #4960 Pav. PAV.520 CH.COTE STE-CATHERINE \ bur. 332-3

Expertises de recherche

Champs d'expertise

Publications principales

Articles dans des revues scientifiques avec comité de lecture

Moser, S., Hendricks, M. and Vives, L. (à venir) Academia's moral entanglements. ACME: an International Journal of Critical Geographies.

Vives, L. et Vázquez Silva, I. (2016) Migration and transnational mothering: the Senegalese experience. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43(3): 495-512. DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2016.1186531

Vives, L. (2016) The EU - West African sea border: anti-immigration strategies and territoriality. European. Journal of Urban and Regional Studies, 24(2): 209-224. DOI: 10.1177/0969776416631790

Vives, L. (2011) Insiders or Outsiders? The Argentinean immigrant community in Spain. Citizenship Studies, 15(2), 227-246. DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2011.549717

Vives, L. (2011) White Europe: an alternative reading of the Southern EU border. Geopolíticas, 2(1), 51-70. ISSN: 2172-3958

Vives, L. et Sité, S. (2011) Negra española, negra extranjera: dos historias de una misma discriminación [Femme noire espagnole, femme noire immigrée : deux histoires d’une même discrimination]. Revista Estudios de Juventud, 89, 163-186.

Vives, L. (2010) One journey, multiple lives. Enquire 5, 22-44.

Vives, L. (2009) Over the fence: the militarization of the Senegalese - Spanish sea border (éditorial). African Geographical Review, 28, 5-9.

Chapitres de livres

Vives, L. (2012) Fragmented migrant (her)stories: opportunities of multi-sited ethnography for feminist migration research. In Bonifacio, G. (éd.) Feminism and migration: cross-cultural engagements. Springer.

Articles dans des publications sans comité de lecture

Vives, L. et García, P. (2010) « Especial: Mujeres y Fronteras » [« Spécial : Femmes et frontières », 10 articles], Guinguinbali.

Rapports

Vives, L., Sinha, V., Burnet, E., Lach, L. in collaboration with Pinaymootang First Nation (2017). “Honouring Jordan’s Principle: obstacles to accessing equitable health and social services for First Nations children with complex needs living in Pinaymootang, Manitoba.” Fairford, MB: Pinaymootang First Nation, Canada