Ethnographie imaginative

  • Dara Culhane Simon Fraser University
  • Simone Rapisarda Simon Fraser University
Mots-clés: Anthropologie, Dialogue, Tradition, Imaginaire, Imagination

Résumé

Qu’est-ce que l’imagination ? En anthropologie tout particulièrement, mais aussi dans de nombreux domaines connexes, les ouvrages spécialisés regorgent de débats à ce propos, et n’ont de cesse de se renouveler. Cette entrée propose un tour d’horizon des différentes définitions de l’imagination à travers plusieurs champs de réflexion.

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2020-12-19
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