BRAHIC, Benedicte


Benedicte Brahic is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Manchester Metropolitan University where she co-convenes the Migration and Interdisciplinary Global Studies (MIGS) research group - Her research interests concern the intersections of gender, migration and, bordering. Her recent published work explores the impact of uncertain migratory contexts and citizenship status on migrant families.


  • Manchester Metropolitan University

    University, Manchester, United Kingdom
    Senior Lecturer


Global mobilities: united by dividing and accelerating precarities

Authors Shoba Arun, Benedicte Brahic, Stephen Taylor
Year 2020
Journal Name Migration and Development
1 Journal Article

From ‘Expats’ to ‘Migrants’: strategies of resilience among French movers in post-Brexit Manchester

Authors Benedicte Brahic, Maxime Lallement
Year 2020
Journal Name Migration and Development
2 Journal Article

Sexual harassment in an east African agribusiness supply chain

Authors Susie Jacobs, Bénédicte Brahic, Marta Medusa Olaiya
Year 2015
Journal Name The Economic and Labour Relations Review
3 Journal Article

Empowering Women: A Labor Rights-Based Approach: Case Studies from East African Horticultural Farms

Authors Bénédicte Brahic, Susie Jacobs
Year 2013
Journal Name Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics
4 Journal Article

The Politics of Bi-nationality in Couple Relationships: A Case Study of European Bi-national Couples in Manchester

Authors Bénédicte Brahic
Year 2013
Journal Name Journal of Comparative Family Studies
5 Journal Article

From expat mothers to migrant mothers: narratives of transformations, lost privileges and the ‘quieter’ everyday in Brexit Britain

Authors Bénédicte Brahic
Year 2020
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
6 Journal Article

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