Mer

  • Hélène Artaud Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris
Mots-clés: anthropologie maritime, anthropologie de la mer, tournant océanique, savoirs locaux, post-colonialisme

Résumé

Comment la mer pourrait-elle constituer un "objet" anthropologique? Quelles différences de traitements et d'analyses a-t-elle stimulée? Et pourquoi est-elle passée en quelques décennies de la périphérie vers le cœur des sciences humaines?

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2018-03-17
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