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Here you will find biographical notices of some contributors (researchers, teachers, specialists, professionals, observers, eye witnesses…) to the AAR Portal’s online hypermedia encyclopedia.
César ITIER : César Itier’s Intellectual Background
View of a video sequence :
  in : Richard POTTIER : "Anthropology of illness and myth in Laos and in South-East Asia"
  in : Richard POTTIER : "Anthropology of illness and myth in Laos and in South-East Asia"
  in : Jean-Pierre WARNIER : "African Society: A Look into Policy, Motricity Cultures, and Material Cultures"
  in : Jean-Pierre WARNIER : "African Society: A Look into Policy, Motricity Cultures, and Material Cultures"
  in : César ITIER : "Introduction to the Quecha Language and Oral Tradition"
After discovering the Quechua universe after attending several lectures, César Itier began learning the Quechua language when he was 15. Wishing to continue his research on the Andean world, he went on to study Spanish at the Université d’Aix en Provence where he met Pierre Duviols, a historian and specialist of ancient Andean religions. He encouraged Itier to undertake research on Quechua theater from the early 19th century in Cuzco. The theme was first addressed by Georges Dumézil when he travelled to Cuzco in 1952. César Itier later became a researcher at the Institut Français d’Etudes Andines in Peru where he continued working on the topic in order to rebuild the historical context in which the phenomenon occurred. He eventually became more interested in the oral tradition and began doing more field work. His research has led him to an in-depth study into the Quechua language and its description.


Research site : CELIA: César Itier
Personal page on the CELIA CNRS web site

Printed document : Parlons quechua - La langue du Cuzco
Dans l'imaginaire des Européens, le quechua est souvent associé à l'empire des Incas. Mais sait-on qu'avec plus de dix millions de locuteurs, le quechua est aujourd'hui la plus parlée des langues autochtones des Amériques ? Le lecteur trouvera dans cet ouvrage une vision d'ensemble de l'histoire et de la société andines, de la littérature et de la mythologie quechuas ainsi que la première grammaire du quechua de Cuzco en français, accompagnée d'éléments de conversation courante et d'un lexique quechua - français et français - quechua. Ce livre est une invitation à découvrir les pays andins à travers la langue dans laquelle ils ont forgé leur spécificité culturelle et à établir des relations privilégiées avec un peuple peu habitué à voir des étrangers manier sa langue.








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