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Nicolas Lainé


Chargé de recherche, UMR 208 PALOC - Patrimoines locaux, environnement & globalisation (IRD/MNHN)

Mes travaux portent sur les relations homme-animal -en particulier l'élevage, la santé (One Health), les savoirs locaux (ethnovétérinaires), et la co-production de savoirs (profane/expert, humain/non-humain) en Asie du Sud et du Sud-Est.

Membre affilié, Laboratoire d'Anthropologie Sociale (CNRS/Collège de France) - groupe de recherche Anthropologie des zoonoses

Membre du Réseau Thématique Pluridisciplinaire International Biodiversité, Santé et Sociétés en Asie du Sud-Est , Institut d’Écologie et Environnement (INEE- CNRS).

Membre du collectif de recherche Animal's Lab (INRAE - UMR Innovation)

Ouvrage récent:  Living and working with giants: a multispecies ethnography of the Khamti and elephants in Northeast India. Paris : Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, 272 p. (Natures en Sociétés ; 2).

nicolas.laine@ird.fr

PI Projet BufFARM OneHealth SEA

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Researcher, UMR 208 PALOC - Local heritage, environment and globalization (IRD/MNHN)

My research focuses on human-animal relations (farming), One Health, local and ethnoveterinary knowledge, and the co-production of knowledge (profane/expert, human/non-human) in South and Southeast Asia.

Affiliated member, Laboratory of Social Anthropology (CNRS/ Collège de France) - research group Anthropology of Zoonoses

Member of the International Multidisciplinary Thematic Network Biodiversity, Health and Societies in Southeast Asia, Institute of Ecology and Environment (INEE- CNRS).

Collective research group Animal's Lab (INRAE- UMR Innovation)

Recent book:  Living and working with giants: a multispecies ethnography of the Khamti and elephants in Northeast India. Paris : Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, 272 p. (Natures en Sociétés ; 2).

nicolas.laine@ird.fr

PI Project BufFARM OneHealth SEA


Frédéric Keck   

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  • Frédéric Keck, Nicolas Lainé, Arnaud Morvan, Sandrine Ruhlmann. Social representations of animal diseases: anthropological approaches to pathogens crossing species barriers. Parasite, EDP Sciences, 2021, 28, ⟨10.1051/parasite/2021032⟩. ⟨halshs-03196520⟩