PRENOM : Robert
Année de naissance: 1969
Adresse Professionnelle:
Department of Sociology – Anthropology and Applied Social Science
University of Glasgow
40 Bute Gardens
Glasgow G12 8RT. Royaume-UniMail : r.gibb_AT_

Fonction actuelle :

Maître de conférences en sociologie.

Thèmes de recherche / Mots clés : antiracisme, mouvements sociaux, droit d’asile.

Bibliographie succincte :

  • Gibb, R. 2008.  ‘Origin Myths, Conspiracy Theories and Anti-Racist Mobilizations in France’, in Citizenship, Political Engagement, and Belonging: Immigrants in Europe and the United States (eds)  Deborah Reed-Danahay and Caroline B. Brettell.  New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, pp. 144-161.
  •  Bazin, L., Gibb, R. Neveu, C. and Selim, M. 2006.  ‘The broken myth: Popular unrest against the “republican model of integration” in France’,  Anthropology Today 22 (2), 16-17.
  • Gibb, R. 2004.  ‘Seminar Culture(s), Rites of Passage and the Unmentionable in Contemporary British Social Anthropology’ in Teaching Rites and Wrongs: Universities and the Making of Anthropologists (eds. D. Mills and M. Harris), Birmingham: Sociology, Anthropology and Politics (C-SAP) and The Higher Education Academy Network, pp. 40-74.