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Les sociétés créoles de l’Indianocéanie : échanges, mutations et perspectives

Prosper Ève 1 
1 CRESOI - Centre de Recherche sur les Sociétés de l'Océan Indien
OIES - Océan Indien : Espaces et Sociétés
Abstract : The article carries out a comparative analysis of the Creole identity between the islands of the Mascarene and in Seychelles and more widely in the southwest of the Indian Ocean. After a reflection on the sense of the term «Creole» word through the process of creolization, it tackles the question of the Creole language and the diversity of situations on the various islands. To finish, the example of the hero «P’ ti Zan» is a way to highlight the distribution of the Creole culture between Reunion, Maurice and Seychelles. The Creole fact is after all a cultural fact and of civilization on the scale of the Indian Ocean. Indianocéanie so appears as community concretizing the cultural links of the Creole companies of the southwest of the Indian Ocean. By the cooperation and the exchanges which it can engender, it is an asset for a harmonious development.
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Prosper Ève. Les sociétés créoles de l’Indianocéanie : échanges, mutations et perspectives. Carnets de Recherches de l'océan Indien, 2018, Espaces insulaires de l'océan Indien. Les mutations contemporaines, 1. ⟨hal-02474948⟩



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