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Reserachers working on CEREMONIAL DISCOURSE (alphabetical order)
Tomi BARTOLE Research Fellow, Institute for Anthropological and Spatial Studies at Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenia Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea, East Sepik (Papua New Guinea) Places: Melanesia Keywords: Body Theory, Categorization, Christianisation, Complexity, Cosmology, Custom, Development, Epistemology, Feeling of Belonging, Indigenous Politics
Dominik BRETTEVILLE Independent researcher Administrative areas: New Caledonia, Vanuatu Places: Melanesia Keywords: Kinship, Ritual, Language, Ceremonial discourse
Francoise DUSSART Professor, Department of Anthropology and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at University of Connecticut, United States Administrative areas: Australia Places: Australia (area) Keywords: Art, Ceremonial discourse, Gender, Health, Chronic Illness, Christianity, Citizenship, Religion and the Media, Land Tenure
Stéphanie LECLERC-CAFFAREL Postdoctoral Fellow, Anthropology Department, National Museum of Natural History at Smithsonian Institution, United States Administrative areas: Fiji Places: Polynesia, Melanesia Keywords: Agency, Art, First Contacts, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations, Museums, Body, Ceremonial discourse, Colonial Imagination, Contemporary Indigenous Art, Culture-nature Relations
Denis MONNERIE Professor, Institut d'ethnologie + Laboratoire CREDO CNRS Marseille at Université de Strasbourg, France Administrative areas: New Caledonia, Solomon Islands Keywords: Kinship, Language, Ceremonial discourse, Local Currency, Names and Naming, Performance, Political Anthropology, Resilience, Ritual Studies, Social Change
Franca TAMISARI Associate Professor, Dept. of Humanities at Ca' Foscari University of Vencie, Italy Administrative areas: Australia, Northern Territory (Australia) Places: Australia (area), Arnhem Land, Milingimbi, Galuwin'ku, Ramingining, Gapuwiyak Keywords: Cosmology, Dance, Education, Gender, Indigenous Politics, Kinship, Language, Ceremonial discourse, Tourism, Ritual
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