L’AOP Charcuterie Corse

Présentation du travail du Syndicat de défense et promotion des charcuteries corses

« Je m’appelle Marc Poggi, je suis directeur du Syndicat de défense et promotion des charcuteries corses qui a en charge la gestion des trois AOP …

…In Between…

Omid is a 15 years old refugee from Afghanistan. He and his family escaped persecution in their homeland and started their trip to Western Europe. They managed to reach Greece, but in the summer of 2016 the borders closed. His family was split. Now he …

The World has not Changed

The Pèrè people is a ethnic group who lives on the Pere plains. Their territory is divided by the Nigerian Cameroonian border. Their traditions are threatened of desperation by a strong islamization process and by migration into the cities. At the regi…

Chasing Shadows

“Chasing Shadows” offers an intimate portrait of the current practice of the prophetic movement called Kyangyang in Guinea-Bissau. Kyangyang means “the shadows”, but its followers also call themselves “Children of God”. The members of the movement, bel…

Kashi Labh

Kashi Labh is a sensory audiovisual ethnography of the distinctive politics-of-care staged by families while they anticipate and create the possibility of Moksha for their dying relative in Kashi (Varanasi). This research examines audiovisual ethnograp…

Stereotype

This film experiments with documentary narrations about judgments as a widespread phenomenon. Projecting the gap between the subjectivity of prejudices and the object of judgment, as stereotypes imposed on the body.

Fraude et signes de qualité

Le texte porte sur la question de la fraude alimentaire dont l’importance est saisie au niveau international. Les solutions développées localement pour y remédier sont diverses et s’appuient sur une valorisation identitaire des spécificités. Par…

Call for papers

Dear Colleagues!

CAES editorial team waits for your paper for CAES Vol. 7, № 4 that is going to be published in the middle of December 2021.

The deadline is December 05, 2021.

CAES Vol. 7, № 3

Editor’s foreword Think pieces: The bear stones of Olkhovka Alexander Akulov The complex of sacral stones of Olkhovka is usually dated to the Iron Age and to the Middle Ages. However, there are some facts indicating that the stones could be used by the Neolithic people yet. Finnish/Karelian name of Olkhovka was Lapinlahti (literally: “Sami […]

Why African Studies Matters

One of my tasks as the former director of the Centre of African Studies (2014–2020) would be to welcome our new Masters students each year. In my short speech, and later in teaching our compulsory Introduction to African Studies course, I would try to …