Vincent CLEMENT

Géographie culturelle, peuples autochtones, Océanie- Aire Pacifique

Biographie

Agrégé et docteur en géographie ; ancien maître de conférences à l’ENS-LSH (Lyon, 1998-2008) ; ancien membre scientifique de la Casa de Velázquez (Madrid, 1992-1995).

Dernières publications
  • CLÉMENT V. (2019). “Beyond the sham of the emancipatory Enlightenment: Rethinking the relationship of Indigenous epistemologies, knowledge, and geography through decolonizing paths”, Progress in Human Geography, n°2, p. 276-294.
  • CLÉMENT V. (2017), « Beyond the sham of the emancipatory Enlightenment: Rethinking the relationship of Indigenous epistemologies, knowledges, and geography though decolonizing paths », Progress in Human Geography, 19 pages, DOI: 10.1177/0309132517747315. (DEC. 2017)
  • CLÉMENT V. (2017), « Dancing bodies and Indigenous ontology: What does the haka reveal about the Māori relationship with the Earth? », Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, n°42, p. 317-328.
  • CLÉMENT V. (2016), « Star Path to a New World: Reappraising an Account of a Polynesian Voyage to the American Continent from an Environmental History Perspective », Environment and History, n°1, p. 29-48.
  • CLÉMENT V. (2015), « Conquest, Natives, and Forest: How did the Mapuche succeed in halting the Spanish Invasion of their Land? », War in History (Oxford), n°4, p. 428-447.