Anthropology and the mediterranean world
Collection titleRamses II: Thinking the Mediterranean
SourceBibliotheca Alexandrina (EG)
First broadcast date05/09/2006
AbstractThe conferences organized in the framework of " thinking the Mediterranean" constitute a tool of dialogue and exchanges. Their themes are centered on the shared memories, the cultural, historical and commercial roots common to the inhabitants of the region. Christian Bromberger evokes the enthropology of the mediterranean world, the meetings, the exchanges, the intense movement of people, techniques, cuisine, music, but cultural miscegenation? Beyond the differences, mediterranean societies share a common universe. In fact, the mediterranean world can be a system of complementary differences, but can we call it hybridity? The reciprocal oppositions are the ones which define the specificity of the relations within this space.
- Bibliotheca Alexandrina - Own production
- Bromberger Christian
Primary themeHuman and social sciences
- Art, Culture and Knowledge / Languages and literatures
- Economy / Trade
Credits / Cast
- Bromberger Christian - Speaker
Period of events
- Egypt - Lower Egypt - Alexandria
Media running time7m36
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