Hugo Mulonnière is a secondary school history-geography teacher, and a doctoral student at l’université Paris-Nanterre (ISP) associated with Cresppa-CSU. His research focuses on “North African labor” services, organizations that were active from the late 1930s to the 1960s, and specialized in the supervision of populations from the North African territories under French domination. Combining the social history of the state and labor administration, in addition to imperial history and the history of immigration, his research explores the construction and implementation of an exceptional labor policy within a colonial and metropolitan context.

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