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Watch a video of a keynote given by AFRAN member Emily Dotte-Sarout as part of a Symposium organised at the UNC in September 2019 (in French!)

Emily presented some results of her previous postdoc in the School of Archaeology & Anthropology at the Australian National University with the CBAP team on the history of Francophone archaeology in the Pacific, in particular about the role of an important character in the history of New Caledonia (and of French anthropological thinking generally), the Pastor Maurice Leenhardt – the symposium was about his legacy.

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