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Professor Éric de Dampierre joined the faculty of Arts in Nanterre in 1965. In October 1966, he created an ethnology course and then in 1967 founded the Laboratory of Ethnology and Comparative Sociology. Most of its members taught at the university. This laboratory formed an association with the CNRS in 1969.

Since then, the laboratory has become a unit financed jointly by the university and the CNRS (1989). In 2006 it merged with the Centre Enseignement et recherche en ethnologie amérindienne (EREA), and in 2007 with the Centre de recherche en ethnomusicologie of the musée de l’Homme (CREM); these two units have preserved scientific autonomy within the LESC, of which they are “specialised centres”.

Some notable ethnologists who have either taught or studied at Nanterre during this period are Alfred Adler, Cécile Barraud, Carmen Bernand, Hélène Clastres, Daniel de Coppet, Michel Dieu, Jeanne Favret, Michel Izard, Altan Gokalp, Remo Guidiéri, Alexander W. Macdonald, Aurore Monod Becquelin, Jacques Pimpaneau, Pribislav Pitoëff, Marshall Sahlins, Christiane Seydou, Pierre Smith, Dan Sperber, Andras Zempléni.

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Mis à jour le 26 January 2017


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92023 Nanterre cedex
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