Gabrielle Angey is a political sociologist. A specialist in Sub-Saharan Africa and Turkey, she obtained a PhD at the EHESS on the migrations within the Muslim Gülen movement between Turkey and Sub-Saharan Africa. Since 2018, she has been an Associate Professor at the University of Paris-Dauphine. Her work is at the crossroads of the sociology of the international, the sociology of mobilizations and the sociology of religions.
Angey G. (2018), Les reconfigurations de la politique turque en Afrique subsaharienne dans le cadre de la lutte du gouvernement AKP contre le mouvement Gülen : le cas sénégalais, Confluences Méditerranée, vol. 4, n°107, p. 83-95