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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. At the time of his death, the sociologist of immigration Abdelmalek Sayad was putting the final touches on a collection of his principal articles—since published under the title La Double Absence.
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La Double Absence. Des illusions de l'émigré aux souffrances de l'immigré (Liber)
An expert of the North-African community in France, he was central to the introduction of the study of migration issues in French social sciences. The third child and only boy of a family of five children, he started attending his village's primary school at seven. He was then appointed a teacher in a school in the Casbah of Algiers. He continued studying at Algiers university in parallel, where he met Pierre Bourdieu. Sayad moved to France in , after te Algerian independence in In , he was hired at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique CNRS , as research director in sociology. The library of this museum is named after him.
ABDELMALEK SAYAD AND THE DOUBLE ABSENCE Toward a Total Sociology of Immigration Emmanuelle Saada