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Published on Monday, March 16, 2015 by Céline Guilleux


Pour son prochain numéro, la revue Elohi, Peuples indigènes et environnement se propose de réfléchir sur les liens entre le territoire et les constructions, discours, ressentis identitaires des peuples indigènes, en envisageant notamment la question des déplacements des populations. Devenus étrangers sur la terre de leurs ancêtres depuis la colonisation, les indigènes ont connu des processus de déterritorialisation, reterritorialisation et exodes. Souhaitant également inclure les problématiques brésiliennes à ses travaux, la revue Elohi accueillera des contributions qui examinent la notion de « terre indigène », la démarcation d’un territoire et la représentation que s’en font les peuples indigènes et non-­indigènes.



In its next issue (December 2015), the journal Elohi-­Indigenous Peoples and the Environment welcomes contributions that propose studies of the links between territory and identity constructs and discourses of Indigenous peoples, notably taking into consideration the issue of population removal. In a (post)colonial context, Indigenous peoples have become foreigners on the territories of their ancestors, and have sometimes experienced removals, exiles, uprootedness and resettlements. Contributions including Brazilian issues are particularly welcome, notably studies of the notion of “indigenous land,” territory definition and its representations by Indigenous and non-­Indigenous peoples. How do nomadic people manage resettlement? What impact does it have on their environment and their economy? Can one be “Indigenous” in an urban environment? What evolution can be noticed between the missions of the beginnings of colonization, especially, but not only, in South America, the reservations, and the Indigenous villages in urban or suburban areas?

Guidelines submission

Please send your contributions (in English, French, Spanish or Portuguese) to elohi@u­bordeaux-montaigne.fr 

before June 30th, 2015.

Submissions will be peer-­reviewed by two reviewers. Please send in a different Word document a short summary (about 10 lines), a list of keywords, and a short biography (about 5 lines), all of which in two languages (the language of the contribution + one of the other languages of the journal). The style-­sheet will be sent to any potential contributor asking for it at the above email address.

Scientific committee

  • Philippe Barthélémy (Université de Bordeaux, INSERM),
  • Thomas Burelli (Université d’Ottawa),
  • Fabio Flores (U. Nacional Autónoma de México, CEPHCIS-­Mérida),
  • Ilana Heineberg (Université Bordeaux Montaigne, EA 3656 AMERIBER),
  • Lionel Larré (Université Bordeaux Montaigne, EA 4196 CLIMAS),
  • Ana Maria Lisboa de Mello (Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul),
  • Laurence Machet (Université Bordeaux Montaigne,EA 4196 CLIMAS),
  • Betty Osorio (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá),
  • Virginia Ricard (Université Bordeaux Montaigne),
  • Bernadette Rigal-­Cellard (Université Bordeaux Montaigne, EA 4196 CLIMAS),
  • Isabelle Tauzin (U. Bordeaux Montaigne, EA 3656 AMERIBER),
  • Alain Thiéry (Université d’Aix-­Marseille),
  • Lee Schweninger (University of North Carolina Wilmington),
  • Antoine Ventura (Université Bordeaux Montaigne, EA 3656 AMERIBER).


  • Tuesday, June 30, 2015


  • indigène, environnement, déterritorialisation, reterritorialisation, exode


  • Laurence Machet
    courriel : elohi [at] u-bordeaux-montaigne [dot] fr

Information source

  • Laurence Machet
    courriel : elohi [at] u-bordeaux-montaigne [dot] fr

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« Exodes, déplacements et déracinements », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Monday, March 16, 2015, https://calenda.org/320883

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