Tarr N, Sambou A. Is the language of justice a just language for all? Comparing interpreting practices in Burkina Faso’s and Senegal’s penal courts. In: Harding-Esch P,Coleman H, eds. Language and Sustainable Development Goals, 187-196. London: British Council, 2021

2021
Book Section

Tarr N. Bintou and Alain. In: Meier-Lorente-Muth-Duchêne B.A.S.S, ed. Figures of Interpretation, 34-38. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 2021

2021
Book Section

Zepro N.B, Medhanyie A.A, Bezabih A.M, Tarr N, Merten S. Lived experiences and perceptions of childbirth among pastoralist women in north-eastern Ethiopia: a multimethod qualitative analysis to the WHO health systems responsiveness framework. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021;18(23):12518. DOI: 10.3390/ijerph182312518

2021
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Amadou M.T, Tarr N. Wherever we are, we are all facing the same problems. 2, 2019

2019
Report

Tarr N. DVD Review of Bornand, Sandra and Cécile Leguy 2014. Paroles d’Afrique. Musée d’éthnographie de l’université de Bordeaux (MEB), Cultures, langues textes (CNRS) and Langage et cultures d’Afrique noire (CNRS Inalco). Newsletter ssas/ssea/sgas. 2019;1:35-38

2019
Magazine Article

Tarr N, Slezak G. 12th International Language and Development Conference: Language and the Sustainable Developement Goals (Dakar, 27.-29.11.2017). 1, 2018

2018
Report

Tarr N. Book review of Roth, Claudia (2012)†, Willemijn de Jong, Manfred Perlik, Noemi Steuer, and Heinzpeter Znoj (eds.). Urban dreams. Transformations of family life in Burkina Faso. Africa Spectrum. 2018;53(3):131-133

2018
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Tarr N. La langue de la justice : quand le passé colonial s’invite dans la salle d’audience. In: Bearth T,Djouroukoro D, eds. Multilinguisme africain et l’Agenda 2030. Münster, Berlin: LIT-Verlag, 2018. DOI: 978-3643802811

2018
Book Section

Tarr N, Houssouba M. Rencontres, Begegnungen, Encounters: Ibrahima Thioub (Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar), Lire l’Afrique à partir de l’expérience de la connexion atlantique XVe – XXe siècles. 1, 2017

2017
Report

Tarr N. The language of justice: when the colonial past is invited into the courtroom. Études de Lettres. 2017;3-4:155-172

2017
Journal Article