Pierre Lemonnier is a Director of research at the CNRS (Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur l’Océanie, Aix-Marseille-Université, France). He conducted repeated field research from 1978 to 1982 among the various Anga people of Papua New Guinea and has worked on numerous topics including war and peace-making, and the anthropology of technology. In 1982, he chose an Ankave valley for long-term anthropological fieldwork, to which he regularly returns. He has been recently involved in debates on lost tribes with the media and has written a book on sorcery and cannibalism among the Ankave (Le sabbat des lucioles, 2006). His other fields of interest are the interpretation of the Ankave and Baruya male initiations and the comparative study of Anga cultures. Pierre Lemonnier has published several books in the field of the anthropology of technics (Elements for an Anthropology of Technology, 1992, and Technological Choices, 1993), as well as numerous articles
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