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« Michel Izard. Entretien avec Dominique Casajus et Virginie Véricourt »

Dominique Casajus & Virginie Véricourt
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« Michel Izard. Entretien avec Dominique Casajus et Virginie Véricourt », collection “L’Ethnologie en héritage”, n°2, director : Stéphane Jourdain ; producer : Gilles Le Mao /La Huit, 2006, 90 min.

Presentation :
Michel Izard is an anthropologist, honorary director of research at the CNRS, member of the Laboratory of Social Anthropology. His research in history and political anthropology deals with the ancient political formations with centralised power in Moogo (Burkina Faso), in particular the ancient kingdom of Yatenga. He edited a collective book on “Lévi-Strauss” for the Cahiers de L’Herne (2004) and co-edited the Dictionnaire d’ethnologie et d’anthropologie (PUF, 1991). He is the author of : Introduction à l’histoire des royaumes mossi ; Gens du pouvoir, gens de la terre, les institutions politiques de l’ancien royaume du Yatenga, and L’Odyssée du pouvoir, un royaume africain : État, société, destin individuel.

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