My empirical material comes from the south of Tunisia. I draw on practices of migration from Tunisia, the extraction of resources and its effect on the economy of the country, and the washing ashore of bodies on the southern Tunisian coast. I also reflect on the recent European border management in this area that is intended to stop migration from both Tunisia and Libya.
Author(s): Amade M’charek
Publisher or Journal: The Sociological Review Monographs 2020, Vol. 68(2) 418– 434
Year of Publication: 2020
Document Type: Article