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Mutual Aids and Money : Comparative Studies of Rotating Savings and Credit Associations (ROSCAs/Tontine) of Cameroon and Okinawa, Japan

Conférence de Misa Hirano-Nomoto, dans le cadre du séminaire "Nouvelles territorialités entre l’Asie et l’Afrique".

*La conférence sera en anglais.


13 mars 2019
9h à 11h

OÙ :

Salle AS1_08 (1er sous-sol)
54 bd Raspail
75006 Paris.

Misa Hirano-Nomoto
is a cultural anthropologist and an associate professor at the Center for African Area Studies at Kyoto University. She obtained her Ph.D. from the Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Japan. Her research interests include money, ROSCAs(tontine), the informal sector, gift exchange, and mutual aids. She conducted fieldwork in Cameroon and Okinawa, Japan. Her publications include “The ethnography of an African city : Money and homeland of Bamiléké, the commercial people of Cameroon (Japanese).”

Discutant : Philippe PEYCAM (International Institute of Asian Studies)

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