marie.brossier@pol.ulaval.ca

Guest-edited special issues

Le politique en Afrique: une affaire de famille?” [African politics: a family affair?]

Cahiers d’Études Africaines, n°234, June 2019, pp. 323-713.

Hérédité et compétition politique: Le paradoxe de la transmission familiale du pouvoir politique” [Heredity and political competition: the paradox of the familial transmission of political power]

Critique internationale (with Gilles Dorronsoro), n°73, October-December, 4/2016, pp. 9-93.

Négocier et habiter les normes sociales en Afrique au sud du Sahara” [Negotiating and living the social norms in Africa south of the Sahara]

Recherches féministes (with Muriel Gomez-Perez), vol.29, n°2, 2016, pp. 3-197.

Peer reviewed articles

Prédation et violence au Mali. Élites statutaires peules et logiques de domination dans la région de Mopti” [Predation and violence in Mali. The Fulani statutory elites and dominance logics in the Mopti region]

Canadian Journal of African Studies / Revue canadienne des études africaines (with Cédric Jourde and Modibo Ghaly Cissé), 53:3, 2019, pp. 431-445.

Imaginaires et pratiques de la famille et du politique en Afrique: sortir du tout néopatrimonial par un dialogue”indiscipliné” [Imaginaries and practices of the family and of politics in Africa: emerging from the neopatrimonial whole through “undisciplined” dialogue]

Cahiers d’Études africaines, n° 234, June 2019, pp. 323-357.

Au nom du père, du fils et du Sénégal ou comment l’héritage ne fait toujours pas l’héritier en politique” [In the name of the father, of the son and of Senegal or how heredity does not always make the heir in politics]

Cahiers d’Études africaines, n° 234, June 2019, pp. 655-681.

O paradoxo da transmissão familiar do poder” [The paradox of the familial transmission of power]

Revista NEP-Núcleo de Estudos Paranaenses da UFPR (with Gilles Dorronsoro), 3(4), 2017, pp. 1-10.

Négocier et habiter les normes sociales en Afrique au sud du Sahara: mobilisations et extraversions sociales et politiques des femmes” [Negotiating and living the social norms in Africa south of the Sahara: mobilizations, social extroversions and women’s politics]

Recherches féministes (with Muriel Gomez-Perez), vol.29, no 2, 2016, pp.3-16.

Le paradoxe de la transmission familiale du pouvoir” [The paradox of the familial transmission of power]

Critique internationale (with Gilles Dorronsoro), n° 73, October/December, 4/2016, pp. 9-17.

Penser la participation politique par l’impératif religieux: trajectoires d’engagements musulmans au Sénégal” [Thinking about political participation through the religious imperative: Muslim engagement paths in Senegal]

Revue Internationale de Politique Comparée, vol. 20, 4, 2013, pp. 190-210.

La crise de l’autorité dans la famille au Sénégal et en France aujourd’hui: Comment penser le décloisonnement des études sur l’Afrique?” [The crisis of authority in the family in today’s Senegal and France]

Autrepart, n°41, January 2007, pp. 99-111.

Les débats sur le Droit de la famille au Sénégal: une mise en question des fondements de l’autorité légitime ?” [Debating the Family Code in Senegal: questioning the foundations of legitimate authority?]

Politique africaine, December 2004, Paris, pp.78-98.

Accepted

“Political economy of the Hajj in Senegal since 1960”,

with Cédric Jourde and Muriel Gomez-Perez, Journal of Modern African Studies, forthcoming.

Submitted

“Failing to groom the son for succession. Family, party politics and electoral competition in Senegal (2000-2019)”

Working papers

“Approches comparées des dynasties politiques dans le monde depuis 1960” [Comparative approaches to political dynasties since 1960 worldwide]

“Comparing political dynasties in the world and in Africa”

“Hereditary politics and institutional development : an index of hereditary power grabs”

with Marc-André Bodet and Marcos Gon

“Why not the heiress? The gendered construction of political dynasties”

“Hereditary politics and democratization in Africa. Tracing MP’s kinship networks in Senegal since 1960”

with Emmanuelle Bouilly

“Organizing the Hajj in Senegal and Cameroon”

with Cédric Jourde and Muriel Gomez-Perez

Peer Reviewed chapters

“Trajectoires d’éducation et d’engagements politiques à travers le Sahel: le cas des arabisants au Sénégal” [Educational paths and political engagements across the Sahel: the case of the Arabic literates in Senegal]

in Amy Niang & Baz Lecocq (eds.), Sahelian identities in a time of crisis, Lit-Verlag, 2019, pp.267-296.

“Senegal’s Arabic literates: from transnational education to linguistic and political activism”

in Aurélie Campana & Cédric Jourde (eds.), Islamism and social movements in North Africa, the Sahel and beyond: Transregional and local perspectives, Routledge, 2018, pp.155-175.

“Senegal”

in Jon Abbink, Sebastian Elisher, Andreas Mehler and Henning Melber (eds.), Africa Yearbook Volume 12: Politics, Economy and Society South of the Sahara in 2014 (with Emmanuelle Bouilly), Brill, October 2016, pp.157-166.

“Senegal”

in Sebastian Elisher, Rolf Hofmeier, Andreas Mehler and Henning Melber (eds), Africa Yearbook Volume 11: Politics, Economy and Society South of the Sahara in 2014, (with Emmanuelle Bouilly), Brill, October 2015 pp.148-157.

“Senegal”

in Andreas Mehler, Henning Melber and Klaas van Walraven (eds.), Africa Yearbook Volume 10,: Politics, Economy and Society South of the Sahara in 2013 (with Emmanuelle Bouilly), Brill, October 2014, pp. 167-175.

“La production des savoirs militants dans la confrérie mouride au Sénégal” [Producing militant knowledge in the Mouride Brotherhood of Senegal]

in Daouda Gary-Tounkara, Didier Nativel (eds.), L’Afrique des savoirs au Sud du Sahara (XVIè-XXIè s.): Acteurs, supports, pratiques, Editions Karthala, Paris, 2012, pp. 263-285.

Accepted

“Senegal”

in Leonardo. A. Villalon (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of the African Sahel, Oxford University Press (forthcoming).

Policy Brief

Relations de pouvoir locales, logiques de violence et participation politique en milieu peul (région de Mopti)” [Local power relationships, logics of violence and political participation in Fulani circles (Mopti region)]

Project, Centre Franco-Paix (with Cédric Jourde and Modibo Ghaly Cissé), May 2018, 56 p.