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Category, Identity, and Otherness

The books listed below are reviewed in the French edition of Population 2, 2013.
Book review editor: Francisco Muñoz-Pérez
Assisted by Dominique Diguet, INED documentation department
Theme in this issue coordinated by Marianne BLIDON, UR 12, Identities and territories, INED

Simona CERRUTTI, Étrangers, Paris, Bayard, 2012, 302 p. Reviewed by Hervé LE BRAS
Olivier MASCLET, Sociologie de la diversité et des discriminations, Paris, Armand Colin, 2012, 128 p. Reviewed by Alexandra FILHON
Vincent DESCOMBES, Les embarras de l’identité, Paris, Gallimard (NRF Essais), 2013, 282 p. Reviewed by Florence MAILLOCHON
Pnina WERBNER (ed.), Anthropology and the New Cosmopolitanism: Rooted, Feminist and Vernacular Perspectives, Oxford, New York, Berg publishers (ASA Monographs 45), 2008, XIII-382 p. Reviewed by Mélody BUHR
Ann MORNING, The Nature of Race. How Scientists Think and Teach about Human Difference, Berkeley, Los Angeles, University of California Press, 2011, 303 p. Reviewed by France GUÉRIN-PACE
François LAPLANTINE, Quand le moi devient autre. Connaître, échanger, transformer, CNRS éditions, coll. Bibliothèque de l’anthropologie, 2012, 201 p. Reviewed by Elena FILIPPOVA
Célia Forget, Vivre sur la route. Les nouveaux nomades nord-américains, Montreal, Liber, 2013, 222 p. Reviewed by Marianne BLIDON
Abdellali HAJJAT, Les frontières de l’ “identité nationale”. L’injonction à l’assimilation en France métropolitaine et coloniale, Paris, la Découverte, 2012, 338 p. Reviewed by Kamel KATEB
Stéphanie POUESSEL (ed.), Noirs au Maghreb. Enjeux identitaires, Paris, IRMC-Karthala, 2012, 180 p. Reviewed by Anasthase BOPDA [End Page 311]
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