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  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    English
    Authors: 
    Abbès, Makram; Bonnefoy, Laurent;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; The sixteenth issue of Arabian Humanities concludes our special focus on Omani history and society. Our journal is proud to have gathered, over two issues, an impressive and diverse set of authors thanks to the fabulous commitment of three researchers: Marion Breteau, Sterenn Le Maguer and Maho Sebiane who have for long been partners of the Centre français de recherche de la Péninsule Arabique (CEFREPA). While the project had been launched before the Covid-19 pandemic and the end of the five-decade long reign of Sultan Qaboos, it is clear that many of the contributions have been impacted by these two historic events, if only through access to the field in Oman or by providing chronological milestones.In the Sultanate like elsewhere in the Arabian Peninsula, issues linked to travel have become an important matter for foreign researchers. The closure of airports due to the pandemic, the health procedures (however legitimate), and even certain specific costs have complicated our collective capacity to have access to the societies that we study. They have limited the possibility to carry out excavations for archaeologists, discover new archives or even interact, more or less formally, with colleagues who work in universities or academic institutions of the Arabian Peninsula and participate in scientific conferences.In that context, the CEFREPA’s very existence is more than ever an asset. As a French research center which has always valued its permanent presence in the Arabian Peninsula for more than four decades (first in Yemen, then in Saudi Arabia and finally in Kuwait, and has been able to establish partnerships to send researchers for long periods of time in the United Arab Emirates and in Oman), it remains a most relevant tool to reinforce local partnerships and establish fruitful observation posts. It is largely through mutual trust and patience, long standing relationships and collaborations with institutions and actors of the societies we work on, and most importantly we work with, that fieldwork makes full sense. The publications of this issue, focusing on Oman or other areas, are yet another testimony of a philosophy and methodology that despite various crises and difficulties, continues to structure our journal.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Stoll, Émilie; CAPREDON, ELISE;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Launched in May 2020 with the support of the Institut de Recherche en Sciences Sociales sur la biodiversité dans la Caraïbe et les Amériques (IRN IRCAB), the CoronAmazon observatory is making an inventory of the social and environmental impacts of the Covid-19 epidemic in the Brazilian Amazon.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Fleury, Luana Candido; Fournier, Marie; Volvach, Natalia;
    Publisher: Stockholms universitet, Centrum för tvåspråkighetsforskning
    Country: Sweden

    The Linguistic Landscape of Covid-19 Workshop

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