Photographs from De long en large Ladakh by Jean Mansion - Édition Findakly. Copyright Lise Mansion

Documentation

We put here a mix of articles that seem interesting to us in various ways. We let the reader make his choice, especially in ancient publications, among texts, reflections of an era, whose "scientific" side is very questionable but which demonstrates the ancient vision of this part of the world: the Himalayas.

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We were about ten people gathered by the association for the influence of the Himalayan culture in the art gallery "Le Toit du Monde" in rue Visconti to evoke the memory of Patrick.

• Summary of the reading of the testimony of Rémi Bordes
• Summary of the reading of the testimony of Blandine Ripert
• Testimony of Ram Panday, Nepalese teacher at Inalco
• Presentation of Patrick's action at "Triple Gem" by Anne du Merle
• Memories of Nathalie, Patrick's colleague at Inalco
• Testimony of Chantal, Patrick's sister, on her life before the Nepalese experience
• Testimony of Nadine Crété, Patrick's friend and colleague, also secretary of Triple Gem

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BECOMING AN ANTHROPOLOGIST 1Click to enlargeTRIBAL DOORS of Central India by Renzo Freschi, 1983

A vast region of central India - the states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Orissa - still harbours many tribes descended from the aborigines who, since the Aryan invasions, have been slowly but surely pushed into inaccessible and remote areas where they have continued to live. according to their own traditions. Some of these tribes still use bows and arrows and live from hunting, fishing and what they gather in the forest. Others practise a primitive form of agriculture, speak unwritten languages and transmit orally myths and traditions that set them apart from the much larger Hindu population.

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BECOMING AN ANTHROPOLOGIST 1Paleopathology of kapala and damaru

Paleopathology of kapala and damaru: contribution of osteo-archaeology to their selection criteria

Par P. Charlier, I. Huynh-Charlier, F. Pannier et N. Bazin

in, Actes du colloque International sur les masques et arts tribaux de l'Himalaya -

Museum Cernuschi, Paris 2007.

 

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BECOMING AN ANTHROPOLOGIST 1Microscopic study

Microscopic study of Nepalese shaman drums (dyangro)

Par P. Charlier, I. Huynh-Charlier, L. Brun et F. Pannier

in, Actes du colloque International sur les masques et arts tribaux de l'Himalaya -
Museum Cernuschi, Paris 2007.

 

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BECOMING AN ANTHROPOLOGIST 1Medical Study

Medical study of a collection of Himalayan masks: icono-diagnosis of diseases of the face and neck.

Par P. Charlier, I. Huynh-Charlier, L. Brun et F. Pannier

in, Actes du colloque International sur les masques et arts tribaux de l'Himalaya -
Museum Cernuschi, Paris 2007.

 

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BECOMING AN ANTHROPOLOGIST 1BECOMING AN ANTHROPOLOGIST 1966-1971

by Alan Macfarlane

 

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THE WORLD OF THE GURUNGS (NXPowerLite) 1THE WORLD OF THE GURUNGS

By Sarah Harrison & Alan Macfarlane

367 pages, 1998

 

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Pignede The GurungsTHE GURUNGS

A Himalayan population of Nepal

English edition by

SARAH HARRISON and ALAN MACFARLANE

523 pages / 1993

Ratna Pustak Bhandar Edition

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TECHNOLOGY, SCIENCE AND CONSERVATION

A Kapâla found in Loire by David Bourgarit,
Virginie Serna, Nathalie Bazin, Philippe Charlier, Juliette Langlois, Yannick Vandenberghe, Dominique Robcis.

 

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Masque 10 BasseDefWoman's mask - Monpa-Sherdukpen area - Collection Le Toit du Monde. Photo by Bertrand Holsnyder

Diseases in the art of Himalayan masks

By Philippe CHARLIER, Isabelle HUYNH-CHARLIER,
Luc BRUN and François PANNIER.

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