Marie m Roue

Marie m Roue
CNRS/Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle · Hommes Natures Sociétés

PH D in Anthropology, HDR (habilitation à diriger des recherches)

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Introduction
My actual project, as an emeritus researcher, in line with my previous research, is to work with the Sami both in Norway and in Sweden, particularly with reindeer herders, but also with Sami other occupations (fishing, farming). My focus is on climate, global change (including extrativism), co-management and coproduction of knowledge between indigenous Ecological Knowledge and science. I am an environmental anthropologist, interdisciplinary, and have also been working with IPBES as an expert.
Additional affiliations
September 1997 - present
Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle
Position
  • PhD
Description
  • Catégories, constructions et hybridations des savoirs
April 1980 - present
French National Centre for Scientific Research
Position
  • Senior Researcher
Education
September 1972 - November 1975
Paris Descartes, CPSC
Field of study
  • Ethnology

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Publications (75)
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L'ethnologie s'est longtemps intéressée a& relations que tissent les sociétés humaines avec les animaux, principalement sous i'angle des modes de subsistance, de la domestication et des classifications taxinomiques. Mais les animaux ne sont plus ce q u ' h étaient.. . Le moustique de Camargue et la tortue de Guyane n'ont jamais fait autant parler d...
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Intentaremos comprender en este artículo las complejas relaciones que existen entre indígenas y ONG ambientalistas en el marco de un conflicto provocado por un megaproyecto de desarrollo hidroeléctrico en la Bahía James, en el Quebec subártico. Por lo general, el papel de mediador y portavoz asumido por las ONG que defienden la causa indígena no de...
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Over the last few decades, the use of forests both by Sámi reindeer herders and for commercial forestry has been a source of increasing conflict in northern Sweden. Forestry disturbs forest ecosystems and thus damages reindeer pastures, especially those rich in ground lichen, for which reindeer forage during the wintertime by digging through the sn...
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A la fin des annees quatre-vingt, parents et responsables politiques du Nunavut, territoire des Inuit du Nord du Quebec, durent se saisir d’un probleme grave. Malgre l’existence depuis quelque dix ans d’une commission scolaire specifique, ils faisaient face a un echec massif. Les enfants allaient a l’ecole avec plus ou moins d’assiduite, mais un in...
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Confronted with the complex environmental crises of the Anthropocene, scientists have moved towards an interdisciplinary approach to address challenges that are both social and ecological. Several arenas are now calling for co-production of new transdisciplinary knowledge by combining Indigenous knowledge and science. This book revisits epistemolog...
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Confronted with the complex environmental crises of the Anthropocene, scientists have moved towards an interdisciplinary approach to address challenges that are both social and ecological. Several arenas are now calling for co-production of new transdisciplinary knowledge by combining Indigenous knowledge and science. This book revisits epistemolog...
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Confronted with the complex environmental crises of the Anthropocene, scientists have moved towards an interdisciplinary approach to address challenges that are both social and ecological. Several arenas are now calling for co-production of new transdisciplinary knowledge by combining Indigenous knowledge and science. This book revisits epistemolog...
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Confronted with the complex environmental crises of the Anthropocene, scientists have moved towards an interdisciplinary approach to address challenges that are both social and ecological. Several arenas are now calling for co-production of new transdisciplinary knowledge by combining Indigenous knowledge and science. This book revisits epistemolog...
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As a tribute to Claudine Friedberg, an international conference organized by M. Roué about ethnoscience, taxonomies and interdisciplinarity with Roy Ellen, N. Mathieu, M. Cohen,R. Julliard, R. Purwanto, M. Fleury, F. Brunois, S. Laligant, Y. Thomas, L. Sousa A scientific conference was organized to honour the memory of this outstanding researcher,...
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Review of a book By Martin de la Soudière about his method and experience, from his childhood to today, about landscape related to walking. A phenomenological approach.
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Une journée en hommage à Claudine Friedberg, qui s’est éteinte le 27 juillet 2018, a été organisée le 16 novembre 2018 au Muséum national d’histoire naturelle. Elle a réuni sa famille, ses amis, ses collègues et ses anciens doctorants qui venaient de France, mais aussi d’Angleterre, d’Indonésie, du Portugal. Cette journée en l’honneur de cette gran...
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Working with indigenous and local knowledge (ILK) is vital for inclusive assessments of nature and nature’s linkages with people. Indigenous peoples’ concepts about what constitutes sustainability, for example, differ markedly from dominant sustainability discourses. The Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystems Services (IPBES) is...
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An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via a link at the top of the paper.
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Pollinators underpin sustainable livelihoods that link ecosystems, spiritual and cultural values, and customary governance systems with indigenous peoples and local communities (IPLCs) across the world. Biocultural diversity is a shorthand term for this great variety of people–nature interlinkages that have developed over time in specific ecosystem...
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When considering the relationship between science and local knowledge, the issue of validation inevitably arises. Today, this concern, which has been addressed differently in different contexts and at different times, is as present as ever in the context of, for example, assessments by the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Se...
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Cambridge Core - Climatology and Climate Change - Indigenous Knowledge for Climate Change Assessment and Adaptation - edited by Douglas Nakashima
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Sami adaptation strategies/climate change/global change/Indigenous knowledge
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This article examines a dragonfly naiad pattern embroidered on a moose-hide coat from the Pekuakamiulnuatsh First Nation of Mashteuiatsh, now conserved at the National Museum of the American Indian (Smithsonian Institution) in Washington. While the study of Innu decorative motifs has focused primarily on floral patterns, this article proposes a new...
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For the Sami people, place names provide the basis for the transmission of a cultural landscape, through an oral way of mapping built around narratives and the designation of specific landmarks. Based on interviews with members of a mountain-based reindeer herding community in Sweden, we found that their transmission is today ensured through contin...
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Démarches de valorisation des produits agricoles : les nouvelles figures de l'alimentaire
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An interview from Marie Roué about her research about punkness and everydaylife in Paris in the 1970's by Gérome Guibert, a young(er) sociologist and references to Marie Roué papers about punkitude : (1983), « Rock’n’roll et ethnologie : une question de méthode », Raison Présente, n o 69, p. 43-56. (1984), « Assurer son cuir. Modes d’acquisition, d...
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Diverse knowledge systems, including science and indigenous and local knowledge (ILK), contribute to understanding pollinators and pollination, their economic, environmental and socio-cultural values and their management globally(well established). Scientific knowledge provides extensive and multidimensional understanding of pollinators and pollina...
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Full text (online) here: http://ethnoecologie.revues.org/2229 or (pdf) here: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01175523 — This paper brings together three case studies on the interrelationships amongst people, pollination processes and pollinators (notably honeybees). In the palm groves of Saharan oases, the milieu and varieties of palm trees...
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The first public product of the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) is its Conceptual Framework. This conceptual and analytical tool, presented here in detail, will underpin all IPBES functions and provide structure and comparability to the syntheses that IPBES will produce at different spatial scales, on diffe...
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In Swedish Lapland, Sami reindeer breeders must now share their territory with the forest industry. Until recently, the resulting conflict was focused on lichens, which constitute the main food source for the reindeer herds during the five months of northern winter. Our analysis shows that neither the presence nor the abundance of lichen is suffici...
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This presentation modelized influence of atmospheric circulation on Swedish Lapland averaged temperatures in winter. I wanted to know better the links between NAO and T°C in winter, and see if according to Saami herders' perception of "good" and "bad" years for reindeers (source: Roué, Roturier, 2014) we could find quoted years as under-, or over-e...
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En decembre 2007, grâce au soutien du MNHN et de l’INEE du CNRS, nous avons reuni au Musee de l’Homme des chercheurs internationaux en sciences sociales, mais aussi en sciences naturelles et des acteurs impliques dans l’etude des processus de conservation et de gestion de la biodiversite, pour reflechir ensemble, a partir d’experiences reelles, a l...
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This issue of Terrain concerns the ways in which ecologically minded movements and groups have today become social pressure groups and sources of political and social proposals. The utopian dreams of alternative types of society have faded and instead our societies are becoming more ecological in a practical way. Does this change mark the end of gr...
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In this paper, we will attempt an anthropological history of the concept of “local knowledge”, from the first research dedicated to the botanical or zoological knowledge of “traditional” peoples carried out in the 50’s, to the outburst of interest on behalf of actors as disparate as the World Bank, conservation and development NGOs, governments, bi...
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Le feu, savoirs et pratiques en Cévennes, Editions Quae , «Indisciplines», 2010, UNE ETHNOSCIENCE DIALOGIQUE Dans cet ouvrage Richard Dumez s'intéresse à l'utilisation contemporaine du feu dans l'agropastoralisme cévenol et à la multiplicité des acteurs qui s'en sont saisis. Deux mots sont au coeur de sa recherche, le feu et le propre. C'est en ces...
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This paper deals with conflicts and controversies between managers and hunters about the Canada Goose, Branta canadensis. Due to its long migrations that cover thousands of kilometres, this species has come to serve as a lightening rod for semantic oppositions between indigenous peoples and sport hunters, urban and rural inhabitants, geese lovers a...
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How can indigenous peoples react to a situation of change that has a particularly strong effect on their youth? This article attempts to understand whether young Crees, who today find themselves all too often in a situation of double social exclusion, can complete their schooling, thus qualifying for work in the dominant society, while at the same...
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How can indigenous peoples react to a situation of change that has a particularly strong effect on their youth? This article attempts to understand whether young Crees, who today find themselves all too often in a situation of double social exclusion, can complete their schooling, thus qualifying for work in the dominant society, while at the same...
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Compte rendu de l'atelier 13 de la conférence internationale Biodiversité science et gouvernance
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Cet article analyse quelques unes des scenes qui se deroulerent simultanement en aout 2001 a Chisasibi, communaute de l’Est de la baie James, lors d’une reunion de la Confederation des Nations Cries du Canada. Le fait que ces activites se deroulent ainsi en quelques heures au lieu de quelques semaines dans la vie quotidienne, cree une condensation...
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ResumeNous essaierons ici de comprendre les relations complexes entre autochtones et ong environnementalistes dans le cadre d’un conflit provoque par un megaprojet de developpement hydroelectrique a la baie James, dans le Quebec sub-arctique. En regle generale, le role de mediateur et de porte-parole qu’assument les ong qui defendent la cause des a...
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International awareness of the role of indigenous knowledge in resource management is of recent date. This article is based on interviews with Cree Indians of Whapmagoostui (James Bay, Canada) compiled by the authors in 1994, in the context of a social and environmental impact assessment of the proposed Great Whale River hydroelectric project. One...
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La prise en compte sur la scene internationale des savoirs autochtones dans la gestion des ressources est recente. Cet article est base sur des entretiens collectes par les auteurs en 1994 chez les Indiens Cris de Whapmagoostui (baie James, Canada), dans le contexte de l’evaluation d’impact social et environnemental du projet hydroelectrique Grande...
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Ce libre-opinion ouvre un débat sur les positions des différents groupes agricoles et agro-alimentaires impliqués dans l'interface développement durable et production agricole. Il s'agit ici de commencer à clarifier des termes couramment utilisés, souvent concurrents, comme agriculture durable, agriculture paysanne et agriculture biologique.
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Cet article questionne la pertinence de la notion de biodiversité quand il s'agit de mesurer les impacts d'une transformation du milieu naturel à la suite d'un grand projet (Québec, Canada). Les auteurs soulignent le paradoxe qu'est le "sauvetage" par les développeurs de deux populations de corégones, alors que dans le même temps le site où les Cri...
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Résumé La punkitude. ou un certain dandysme L'auteure s'intéresse aux différences entre la culture punk et celle d'autres mouvements marginaux. Elle établit les analogies et oppositions entre la culture punk et celle du dandysme auquel Baudelaire adhérait. Cène comparaison permet de dégager les structures caractéristiques de la punkitude et de comp...

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Établir les bases de gestion (mesures de protection ou règles de prélèvement) basé sur la connaissance des paramètres démographiques de la population concernée de faune sauvage.