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Retours en Afghanistan: Un nouveau regard sur un terrain revisité

Retours en Afghanistan: Un nouveau regard sur un terrain revisité Returning to Afghanistan in 2002 and 2005, the authors revisit the places in the north of the country where they undertook research in the 1970s and observe the ruptures and the continuities in the society after 30 years of crisis and conflict. They comment also on their own changes of perspective brought about by the elapsed time and their return. Finally, they tackle the question of the return and reintegration of the refugees, as well as the concept of the village and the advent of new national and international actors on the Afghan scene. Keywords: fieldwork, migration, NGO, Northern Afghanistan, returnees, revisited field, social change, transnational community I have made seven expeditions to Manus, covering forty-seven years and four generations. I revisited the Iatmul twice while Rhoda Metraux was in the field, revisited the Arapesh village of Alitoa, relocated on Hoskins Bay on the island of New Britain, and I revisited Samoa in 1971. (Margaret Mead in Gordan 1976: 18) Le retour sur son premier terrain est un classique en anthropologie. À côté de Margaret Mead (1928) « revisitant » en 1971 les Samoans quarante-six ans après son premier séjour parmi eux, on peut citer Raymond Firth (1936, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Anthropology of the Middle East Berghahn Books

Retours en Afghanistan: Un nouveau regard sur un terrain revisité

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Berghahn Books
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1746-0719
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1746-0727
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10.3167/ame.2012.070102
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Returning to Afghanistan in 2002 and 2005, the authors revisit the places in the north of the country where they undertook research in the 1970s and observe the ruptures and the continuities in the society after 30 years of crisis and conflict. They comment also on their own changes of perspective brought about by the elapsed time and their return. Finally, they tackle the question of the return and reintegration of the refugees, as well as the concept of the village and the advent of new national and international actors on the Afghan scene. Keywords: fieldwork, migration, NGO, Northern Afghanistan, returnees, revisited field, social change, transnational community I have made seven expeditions to Manus, covering forty-seven years and four generations. I revisited the Iatmul twice while Rhoda Metraux was in the field, revisited the Arapesh village of Alitoa, relocated on Hoskins Bay on the island of New Britain, and I revisited Samoa in 1971. (Margaret Mead in Gordan 1976: 18) Le retour sur son premier terrain est un classique en anthropologie. À côté de Margaret Mead (1928) « revisitant » en 1971 les Samoans quarante-six ans après son premier séjour parmi eux, on peut citer Raymond Firth (1936,

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Anthropology of the Middle EastBerghahn Books

Published: Jan 1, 2012

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