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Denis   Monnerie

Professor
Institut d'ethnologie + Laboratoire CREDO CNRS Marseille
Université de Strasbourg (France)
Website(s):
[ http://ethnologie.unistra.fr/ ]

I speak in the following language(s): French, English, German

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Specialities
Discipline(s)
Anthropology
Epistemology
Member of
Société des Océanistes (SdO)
e-toile Pacifique (e-toile)
European Society for Oceanists (ESfO)
Geographic administrative areas
Historical periods
First and Early contacts
The Colonial time
20th century
21st century
Indigenous languages
Nyelâyu, Mono
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Experiences
  • PhD Research (1982 to 1988)
    Nitu, les vivants, les morts et le cosmos selon la société de Mono-Alu (Iles Salomon) — EHESS Paris, Equipe ERASME (UPR 262 CNRS)
    Historical anthropology of Mono-Alu (1850-1909),
    its social systems : rituals, shell valuables, exchanges, kinship, totemism, social orders, cosmology, myths, language, etc.
    AND its regional relations
  • Field Research (1992 to 2012 ...)
    Arama and Northern Hoot ma Whaap - Kanaky New Caledonia — Etudes des Sociétés Kanak (ESK), Equipe ERASME (CNRS), Projet SIDA CNRS, Laboratoire Cultures et Sociétés en Europe, ANR LocNatPol, etc.
    Long terme fieldwork (about 3 years), participant observation, in the local language : nyêlâyu.
    Systematically extended to regional relations, relations with the colonial system and globalization.
  • Academic Position (2001 to 2017)
    Professor of 'ethnologie' — Université de Strasbourg
    Teaching, research, scientific pedagogy, administrative.
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