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The adoption of agriculture and animal husbandry 11,000 years ago altered not only economic activities, but also the social and ritual practices that governed human interactions.

Health systems in developing countries are confronted with the coexistence of undernutrition along with chronic diseases such as obesity and diabetes, while greater exposure to globalization shapes

My research involves examining the traces of colonialism and colonial history within experiences of mental disorders and their care in New Caledonia.

Language acquisition — the process by which children break into their native language — is both an exciting scientific frontier and a critical applied issue.

Power Struggle by Olga Kisseleva is a live battle between four anti-viruses commented by actor using the tone of an altercation or a political confrontation.

This project is proposed as a first step to establish a strong collaboration between the Aesthetics of Performing and Spectacular Arts Department (EsPAS) headed by Ivan Magrin-Chagnolleau at the AC

In
 the
 ancient
 Greek
 and
 Roman
 world,
 entire
 cities
 participated
 in
 the
 performance
 of
 hymns
 during
 religious
 festivals.
 These
 “cultural”
 and
 civic
 events
 were
 commissioned


Identifying ways to reduce or reverse natural resources depletion trends while maintaining population well-being

This interdisciplinary project explores the effects of political language on democracy when it transitions to authoritarianism.

The project examines the role of social programs in the incorporation of Latin American immigrants in France and the United States.

At the interface of sociology, cultural psychology and social psychology, this project aims to investigate the cultural differences and similarities between the United States and France in the way

My project aims to examine underprivileged people’s relationship to politics, in the current context of economic crisis and rise in inequalities, from a twofold perspective.

My project focuses on preparing my anthropological doctoral thesis for publication.

In March 1981, Carlos La Sombra, a prisoner at the Federal prison in San Juan, was killed by other inmates.