First broadcast date12/17/1968
AbstractPierre Dumayet asks Germaine Tillion about her vocation as an anthropologist: she feels deeply a woman of "research". She talks about her investigative techniques, her respect for the Mediterranean culture that preserves privacy, her first mission to the southern Aures (subject of her thesis) which lasted 5 years and continued after the war in Algeria. She cites some specific examples related to her research about family ties in different Berber groups.
- ORTF - Own production
- Tillion Germaine
Primary themeHuman and social sciences
- Society and way of life / Family and related
Credits / Cast
- Dumayet Pierre - Producer
Period of events
- From 1925 to 1950
- Algeria - Aurès Mountains
Media running time26m16
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