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Jean-Philippe Dedieu is a WIGH Fellow at Harvard University
and a CIRHUS Fellow at New York University.
Specializing in African diasporas, he is a regular contributor to The New Yorker and The
New York Times. He recently
published a book, La Parole
Immigrée: Les Migrants Africains dans l’Espace Public en France, 1960-1995 (Paris, Klincksieck/Les Belles Lettres, 2012).
This erasure by journalists and politicians has highlighted the lasting homophobia of French society. It served also...