Un musée à ciel ouvert ? Anthropologie du patrimoine végétal protestant dans le Moyen Poitou

Diasporas: Circulations, Migrations, Histoire. 2013;21:113-126 DOI 10.4000/diasporas.268

 

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Journal Title: Diasporas: Circulations, Migrations, Histoire

ISSN: 1637-5823 (Print); 2431-1472 (Online)

Publisher: Presses Universitaires du Midi

LCC Subject Category: Political science: Colonies and colonization. Emigration and immigration. International migration

Country of publisher: France

Language of fulltext: French, English

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Jérôme Lamy

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Time From Submission to Publication: 26 weeks

 

Abstract | Full Text

The pine tree is associated, in the Moyen Poitou, with the history of Protestantism. A collective myth associated this tree to friendly Protestants houses during the “Desert.” This article deals with the persistence of this botanical memory. An ethnography study and a historical analysis of the recent re-emergence of the Protestant pine tree, in the field of local learning, restores the anchor of this tree in the contemporary heritage regime.