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Jean-Marc   de Grave


Departement of social anthropology and Institut de Recherches Asiatiques (IRASIA)
Université d'Aix-Marseille (France)

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I teach social anthropology at Aix-Marseille University, where I am member of the Centre de Recherches Asiatiques (IrAsia). Specialised on Southeast Asia, I conduct research on the theme of transmission and apprenticeship in different social contexts (rituals and ritual initiation, schools, corporal practices). In 2015 I have got a two years delegation contract with the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, to conduct research on Indonesian high-school students at the Research Institute on Contemporary Southeast Asia (Bangkok). In the axis of research for which I am responsible for, we are working in particular on the articulation between the social environment and the ecological environment, notably through the transmission of values and vernacular categories.

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