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Date palm agrobiodiversity (Phoenix dactylifera L.) in Siwa oasis, Egypt : combining ethnography, morphometry, and genetics

mercredi 20 juin 2018 - Vincent Battesti, Muriel Gros-Balthazard, Clémence Ogéron, Sarah Ivorra, Jean-Frédéric Terral, Claire Newton

Tout juste publié ! Art. (en anglais) :
Vincent Battesti, Muriel Gros-Balthazard, Clémence Ogéron, Sarah Ivorra, Jean-Frédéric Terral, Claire Newton, 2018 — « Date palm agrobiodiversity (Phoenix dactylifera L.) in Siwa oasis, Egypt : combining ethnography, morphometry, and genetics », Human Ecology, vol. 46 (4), p. 529-546.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10745-018-0006-y
[Siwa #1]

 
English

Date palm agrobiodiversity (Phoenix dactylifera L.) in Siwa oasis, Egypt: combining ethnography, morphometry, and genetics

Wednesday 20 June 2018 - Vincent Battesti, Muriel Gros-Balthazard, Clémence Ogéron, Sarah Ivorra, Jean-Frédéric Terral, Claire Newton

Just Published! Art. (in English):
Vincent Battesti, Muriel Gros-Balthazard, Clémence Ogéron, Sarah Ivorra, Jean-Frédéric Terral, Claire Newton, 2018 — « Date palm agrobiodiversity (Phoenix dactylifera L.) in Siwa oasis, Egypt : combining ethnography, morphometry, and genetics », Human Ecology, vol. 46 (4), p. 529-546.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10745-018-0006-y
[Siwa #1]

 

The Discovery of Wild Date Palms in Oman Reveals a Complex Domestication History Involving Centers in the Middle East and Africa

Thursday 13 July 2017 - Muriel Gros-Balthazard, Marco Galimberti, Athanasios Kousathanas, Claire Newton, Sarah Ivorra, Laure Paradis, Yves Vigouroux, Robert Carter, Margareta Tengberg, Vincent Battesti, Sylvain Santoni, Laurent Falquet, Jean-Christophe Pintaud, Jean-Frédéric Terral, Daniel Wegmann

Art. (in English),
Gros-Balthazard, Muriel, et al., 2017 — « The Discovery of Wild Date Palms in Oman Reveals a Complex Domestication History Involving Centers in the Middle East and Africa ». Current Biology, vol. 27 (14), p. 2211-2218.e8

I am far from being at the beginning in the list of authors (and my biggest contribution was to have sampled date palms in situ, but the paper is important: it is indeed the first time that the Wild date palm can be identified.
And this plays a crucial role in the understanding of its still mysterious domestication.

 

Mics in the ears: How to ask people in Cairo to talk about their sound universes

Friday 19 May 2017 - Vincent Battesti

Chap. (in English),
in Christine Guillebaud (ed.), Toward an Anthropology of Ambient Sound, London, Routledge, Routledge studies in Anthropology (series), 2017.

 

From waterfalls to snowy forests, Egyptian posters show what exotic looks like from the desert

Friday 24 March 2017 - Vincent Battesti

Art. (in English)
in The Conversation, Global edition 2017
The pastiche-style poster art ubiquitous in Egyptian houses and businesses reveals how locals imagine far-off landscapes, idealise nature and define beauty.

 

“The sound of society”: a method for investigating sound perception in Cairo

Thursday 13 October 2016 - Vincent Battesti, Nicolas Puig

Art. (in English) with Nicolas Puig
in The Senses & Society, 2016
Contemporary French Sensory Anthropology.

 

Ethnoecology of pollination and pollinators: Knowledge and practice in three societies

Tuesday 30 June 2015 - Marie Roué, Vincent Battesti, Nicolas Césard, Romain Simenel

Art. (in English) published in Revue d’ethnoécologie journal (2015), vol. 7
with Marie Roué, Nicolas Césard, and Romain Simenel

 

Resources and Appropriations: Back to the Jerid Oases (Tunisia) after the Revolution

Wednesday 20 May 2015 - Vincent Battesti

Art. (in English) translated from an art. published in French in Études rurales (2013)

 

The Date Palm: Origin and Cultivation in the Middle East and in Egypt

Wednesday 8 January 2014 - Vincent Battesti

Journal issue (in English and French) edited with Margareta Tengberg, and Claire Newton, Revue d’ethnoécologie, “The Date Palm: Origin and Cultivation in the Middle East and in Egypt/Le Palmier dattier: Origine et culture en Égypte et au Moyen-Orient”, vol. 4, 2013.

 

The Saharan Oasis under the Challenge of its Landscape, The Jerid as an Example

Tuesday 10 January 2012 - Vincent Battesti

Chapter (in English) published in Virginie Lefebvre, with Aziza Chaouni (eds.), Desert Tourism: tracing the fragile edges of development, Cambridge (MA), Harvard University Press, 2012.

Certainly, oasian landscapes are “built nature”, but we maybe have to find out now by whom they were built… The oasis: a place to work or a place to stroll? The usual local definition of the garden manages a place for leisure and work unlike European tourists who underestimate the anthropic quality of a palm grove. An ethnoecology of the oasis landscape deals with the cross-actions of practices and narratives of various actors of this specific desert space.

 

The Power of a Disappearance: Water in the Jerid region of Tunisia

Thursday 22 December 2011 - Vincent Battesti

Chapter (in English) published in B. R. Johnston & all. (eds.), Water, Cultural Diversity & Global Environmental Change: Emerging Trends, Sustainable Futures?, UNESCO/Springer, 2012.

 

The Giza Zoo: Re-Appropriating Public Spaces, Re-Imagining Urban Beauty

Tuesday 6 June 2006 - Vincent Battesti

Chapter (in English) in Cairo Cosmopolitan (2006).

 

Agriculture

Saturday 13 December 2003 - Vincent Battesti

Contribution (in English) for the Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East and North Africa, 2nd ed.

 
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