Ary Gordian focuses on the political impact of the process of collective identification in Guadeloupe. Starting from the analysis of discourse and traditions "reinvented" referring to "culture", "race" or "ethnicity", he seeks to capture the different forms of community awareness in this overseas department. Inheritances and the evolutions of the nationalist movement to more or less 'noiriste"inflection, claims for the recognition of an"Indian"presence and tacit forms of solidarity between the tiny white minority creole are the main themes of this ongoing study. They are systematically put in relation, on the one hand, the divergent recommendations regarding the release of a strong political and economic dependence towards the hexagonal France and, on the other hand, the interactions of everyday life.
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