DOI:10.16994/bai
Corpus ID: 149361875
"The Truth about the Desert": Exile, Memory, and the Making of Communities among Malian Tuareg Refugees in Niger
S. DialloPublished 9 February 2018Sociology
The Truth about the Desert explores the living conditions under which Tuareg refugees from northern Mali rebuild their lives in the Nigerien diaspora and how these conditions affect their self… Expand
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