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Faisal Garba

Faisal Garba
Faisal Garba
research interests: Sociology of Work and working class organization, Historical Sociology, African Political economy and social theory.
University of Cape Town, South Africa

 

stay(s) with the Research Group

01.02.-31.07.2016


Research focus, presentations and publications during stay

During his stay in Jena, Faisal Garba will work on the implications of social and political (non)incorporation of migrants in Germany. Using the case of precarious African migrant workers, he traces the vex relationship between the entrenchment of an inward-looking political community and democracy in the present era of capitalist social crisis.


Selected Publications

The Local Dimensions of Globalization (scheduled for 2016) (with Florian Schumacher). Basel London, Munich, New York: Lit Verlag.

''Migration and Inequality: African migrant workers in Germany, India and South Africa'' (2015) in: A. Lenger and F. Schumacher (eds) Understanding the dynamics of Global Inequality: Social Exclusion, Power Shift and Structural Changes. Munich: Springer

Gauging and Engaging Deviance. 2014 (with Ari Sitas, Nikos Trimiklionitis, Sumangala Damodaran and Wiebke Keim) in: Ari Sitas, Nikos Trimiklionitis, Sumangala Damodaran and Wibeke Kein Gauging the Cycles of Deviance: Delhi: Tulika Books