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Stéphanie   GRAFF

Lecturer
LARJE (Research Centre on Economics and Law)
Université de la Nouvelle-Calédonie (New Caledonia)

About
Stéphanie Graff completed her PhD in Development studies (Anthropology) at the Institut des Hautes Études Internationales et du Développement, Geneva. She has been conducting research on the question of indigenous people's rights and self-determination since 2003, and in New Caledonia since 2005. She has completed field work in New Caledonia and at the UN, at the Office of the Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Geneva and at the Decolonization Unit in New York. At the request of Benoît Tangopi, ex-Kanak political prisoner, she is collecting testimonies on the events of the 1988 Ouvéa’s cave massacre in view of a co-authored biography.
Stéphanie Graff has lived in New Caledonia for several years and works in a local institution. She is involved on a daily basis at the heart of New Caledonian political spheres, particularly on issues concerning the political and institutional future of the country and the themes addressed in her PhD (self-determination, decolonisation, etc.).
Stéphanie Graff is also lecturer in political science of New Caledonia at the University of New Caledonia.
Specialities
Discipline(s)
Anthropology
Political sciences
Geographic administrative areas
New Caledonia
iles Loyaute (New Caledonia)
Nord (New Caledonia)
Sud (New Caledonia)
Geographic places
Melanesia
Historical periods
The Colonial time
20th century
21st century
Indigenous languages
Iaai, Nengone

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