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Les departs des ismailis du Mozambique: Réflexions sur le départ d’une communauté et sa relation au secret

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  • Joana Leite
  • Nicole Khouri
  • Maria Mascarenhas
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    Interrogés sur leurs relations avec les différents groupes qui constituaient la société coloniale de Mozambique durant les dernières décennies de la colonisation portugaise, les membres de la communauté ismaili ont parlé de leur départ, qui s’est échelonné entre 1973 et 1976, comme faisant partie d’une scansion « naturelle » qui a clos leur installation dans la colonie depuis deux ou trois générations. Parler d’un départ communautaire et organisé s’est avéré une entreprise très délicate, comme si les attributs de cet événement renvoyaient à quelque chose d’interdit ou de difficilement dicible à des étrangers, en l’occurrence à des chercheurs

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    Paper provided by CEsA - Center of African, Asian and Latin American Studies in its series CEsA Working Papers with number 91.

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    Date of creation: Jun 2011
    Handle: RePEc:cav:cavwpp:wp91
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