Siena Antonia de Menonville is completing her second year of PhD at the Paris Descartes University Canthel laboratory. Under the direction of Alain Pierrot, she worked on the various uses of the image in the Ethiopian Orthodox tradition.
A native of São Paulo, Chantal Medaets leads since 2009 doctoral research in anthropology of education at the University Paris Descartes, in the Canthel, under the direction of Alain Pierrot. His study focuses on transmission and learning processes in villages
Alain Pierrot is University Professor at Paris Descartes, philosophy and anthropology of education. It is mainly in the field of language and education its research has been conducted. First in philosophy with work on Wittgenstein and Chomsky and more recently,
HDR lecturer at the Department of anthropology at the University of Aix-Marseille, Jean-Marc de Grave is currently delegation CNRS at the Institute for research on the Southeast Asia contemporary (IRASEC), where he conducts investigations on the transmission of values and
Rose-Marie Bénard intends to cross an anthropology of the aesthetics of the female body with a very fine ethnography of caring for the body suffering from various kinds of cancer, both by the traditherapie by Western medicine techniques.
Jérôme Gidoin holds a doctorate in cultural and social anthropology and a member of the CANTHEL (Centre of cultural anthropology of the University Paris Descartes. It focuses on interculturality and inter-ethnicity in the migration and post-migration, context in the anthropology
Doctoral student in Ethnology at the University Paris Descartes, Noé Grenier works under the direction of Francis Affergan. His research focuses on the politics and youth in Guadeloupe.
Robin Sega Touré is teacher-researcher at the Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar (UCAD). His work focuses on two related axes of research: on one side, the oral literature through the story, the myth, the proverb, but also through so-called
Anne-Marie Dauphin-Tinturier has collected many tales she has analyzed and looked at the initiation of girls in the region speak bemba (Zambia) and its relationship with development. In addition, she works on digitization of oral literature in the form of hypermedia
Graham Furniss is a professor at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London. His research and his teachings focus on culture popular Hausa and oral and written literature in that language, one of the most widely spoken