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3ème mini festival à Ua Huka : les îles se défient | Tahiti Infos

3ème mini festival à Ua Huka : les îles se défient | Tahiti Infos | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Les marquisiens attendaient l’évènement depuis deux ans et aujourd’hui, l’île de Ua Huka vit au rythme des Pahu (tambours ancestraux). Les délégations des 6 îles se sont donné rendez-vous sur le paepae Te Tumu de l’île aux chevaux...

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Aboriginal rock art styles in northern Kimberley mapped by gruelling fieldwork | Archaeology News Network

Aboriginal rock art styles in northern Kimberley mapped by gruelling fieldwork | Archaeology News Network | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Months of gruelling outback survey work involving helicopters, boats and long treks on foot is helping to piece together the history of Indigenous rock art scattered across thousands of caves and cliffs in northern Western Australia...

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Australian researchers solve 600-year-old murder mystery | Archaeology News Network

Australian researchers solve 600-year-old murder mystery | Archaeology News Network | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Led by Researcher Michael Westaway, a senior fellow attached with the Research Centre for Human Evolution at Griffith University, a team of scientists has discovered evidence suggesting that a skeleton found protruding from an Australian riverbank two years ago had belonged to an ancient ingenious man who died from a strike made by a boomerang.
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Unprecedented study of Aboriginal Australians points to one shared Out of Africa migration for modern humans | Heritage Daily

Unprecedented study of Aboriginal Australians points to one shared Out of Africa migration for modern humans | Heritage Daily | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

The first major genomic study of Aboriginal Australians ever undertaken has confirmed that all present-day non-African populations are descended from the same single wave of migrants, who left Africa around 72,000 years ago.
Researchers sequenced the complete genetic information of 83 Aboriginal Australians, as well as 25 Papuans from New Guinea, to produce a host of significant new findings about the origins of modern human populations. Their work is published alongside several other related papers in the journal Nature...

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Archaeologists from Stanford find an 8,000-year-old ‘goddess figurine’ in central Turkey | Heritage Daily

Archaeologists from Stanford find an 8,000-year-old ‘goddess figurine’ in central Turkey | Heritage Daily | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

A team of archaeologists led by Ian Hodder, professor of anthropology and of classics at Stanford, has unearthed an about 8,000-year-old figurine at Çatalhöyük, a Neolithic site in central Turkey.
The figurine, wrought from recrystallized limestone between 6300 and 6000 B.C., is a rare find in a place where most previously discovered pieces are sculpted from clay and deformed over millennia in the soil.
Conventionally associated with fertility goddesses, this figurine is also thought to represent an elderly woman who...

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Chinese artist Badiucao talks about cultural exchanges and political art | ABC

Chinese artist Badiucao talks about cultural exchanges and political art | ABC | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Chinese artist Badiucao talks about his collaboration with Aboriginal artist Damien Shen on their exhibition Divine Interventions...

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Unique culture of Takuu Atoll at risk from climate change, migration | Radio Australia

Unique culture of Takuu Atoll at risk from climate change, migration | Radio Australia | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

The Takuu group of atolls, which lie some 240 kilometres north-east of PNG, is home to a rich and historic culture, but the resilient people and their idyllic island home face an increasingly dire threat from climate change...

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Le tatouage polynésien s’exhibe au Canada | Polynésie 1ère

Le tatouage polynésien s’exhibe au Canada | Polynésie 1ère | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Cinq tatoueurs polynésiens s'apprêtent à s'envoler pour le Canada où Ils participeront au Calgary Tattoo and Arts festival, la plus grande convention du pays en la matière...

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Aboriginal histories up on stage | ABC

Aboriginal histories up on stage | ABC | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

A few years ago, two friends – Noongar actor Ian Michael and Gamilaraay, Kooma and Muruuwari performer Maurial Spearim – made a promise to each other that they would write one-person shows, and then perform them side by side.
That dream is now a reality.
Their plays are on now at La Mama Theatre in Melbourne, and they deal with similar themes: Australia's Aboriginal history and how traumatic events in the past continue to affect Aboriginal people...

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Old Indigenous rock art of the Kimberley rediscovered | ABC (Australie)

Old Indigenous rock art of the Kimberley rediscovered | ABC (Australie) | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

A new long-term research project, undertaken in collaboration with traditional owners, is revealing more about the extraordinary art of the Kimberley and uncovering hundreds of new artworks and paintings...[AUDIO]

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Genetic ‘trace’ in Papuan genomes suggests two expansions out of Africa | Archaeology News Network

Genetic ‘trace’ in Papuan genomes suggests two expansions out of Africa | Archaeology News Network | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

A new study of human genomic diversity suggests there may have in fact been two successful dispersals out of Africa, and that a “trace” of the earlier of these two expansion events has lingered in the genetics of modern Papuans.
Three major genetic studies are published today in the same issue of Nature. All three agree that, for the most part, the genomes of contemporary...

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The first genomic history of Australia’s peopling | Archaeology News Network

The first genomic history of Australia’s peopling | Archaeology News Network | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Australia has one of the longest histories of continuous human occupation outside Africa. But who exactly were the first people to settle there? Such a question has obvious political implications and has been hotly debated for decades. The first comprehensive genomic study of Aboriginal Australians reveals that they are indeed the direct descendants of Australia's earliest settlers and diverged from their Papuan neighbours about 37'000 years ago (y.a.). The study also uncovers several other major findings on early...

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Le déguisement du héros de Moana déplaît au parti maori néo zélandais | Polynésie 1ère

Le déguisement du héros de Moana déplaît au parti maori néo zélandais | Polynésie 1ère | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Nouvelle controverse autour du dessin animé Moana, Vaiana dans la version française. En mettant en vente un costume de Maui, la firme Disney est accusée par le parti maori néo zélandais de faire la promotion du «brown face», incitant des blancs à se grimer en personne à la peau brune...

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Disney's Moana costume pulled after 'brown face' outrage, company apologises | ABC

Disney's Moana costume pulled after 'brown face' outrage, company apologises | ABC | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Disney has withdrawn a children's Halloween costume depicting the tattooed Pacific demi-god Maui after critics accused the entertainment giant of promoting "brown face".
The full-body, zip-up costume, linked...

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Des femmes maories nous parlent de leur tatouage facial | VICE

Ce que signifie se faire tatouer son identité sur la tête...

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Moana: Disney accused of 'brown face' over movie costume for tattooed Pacific demi-god Maui | Radio Australia

Moana: Disney accused of 'brown face' over movie costume for tattooed Pacific demi-god Maui | Radio Australia | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Polynesian activists accuse entertainment giant Disney of promoting...

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Festival Polynesia : une soirée musicale pour finir en beauté | Polynésie 1ère

Festival Polynesia : une soirée musicale pour finir en beauté | Polynésie 1ère | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Vendredi 16 septembre, pour la dernière journée du Festival Polynesia, les artistes polynésiens ont enflammé la scène du Grand Théâtre lors de la soirée de clôture...

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Papua New Guinea's diversity celebrated at the 60th Goroka Show | ABC

Papua New Guinea's diversity celebrated at the 60th Goroka Show | ABC | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

A lot has changed over the past 60 years right around the world — and perhaps nowhere more dramatically than in Papua New Guinea's rugged highlands.Even in the 1950s, hundreds of tribes were living in total isolation from the rest of the country, let alone the...

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Journées du patrimoine : le musée de Tahiti sort de sa réserve | Polynésie 1ère

Journées du patrimoine : le musée de Tahiti sort de sa réserve | Polynésie 1ère | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Voyage inédit dans les réserves du musée de Tahiti et des îles, là où le public n'a pas le droit d'entrer...

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Boomerangs Were Lethal Weapons of War, Skeleton Suggests | National Geographic

Boomerangs Were Lethal Weapons of War, Skeleton Suggests | National Geographic | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

A skeleton with unprecedented injuries suggests Australia’s Aboriginal peoples fought deadly battles among themselves...

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Skin & Bones and 15000 shields | ABC

Skin & Bones and 15000 shields | ABC | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

The 19th century Garden Palace built in 1879 occupied 20,000 metres of land along Macquarie St in Sydney.
A new project called barrangal dyara (skin and bones) showcases a sculptural installation of 15000 white shields which marks the original foot-print of the Garden Palace.
barrangal dyara is a response to the loss of Aboriginal objects in the fire that razed the building and we hear from Sydney Conservatorium composers and their take on the colonial music played in and around the building...

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La dernière œuvre de l’artiste graffeur HTJ | Polynésie 1ère

La dernière œuvre de l’artiste graffeur HTJ | Polynésie 1ère | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Le dernier projet sur lequel travaille HTJ a été commandé par l’IJSPF (Institut de la jeunesse et des sports de Polynésie Française) et est en partie financé par la commune de Pirae via le contrat de ville. Dans le cadre de la rénovation de ses structures, l’établissement lui a demandé de réaliser une fresque sur un mur du...

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Invité du journal : Heremoana Maamaatuaiahutapu | Polynésie 1ère

Invité du journal : Heremoana Maamaatuaiahutapu | Polynésie 1ère | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Le ministre de la culture et de l’environnement était l’invité de l’hebdo dimanche 11 septembre 2016. Il a notamment réagi à l’intégration de la Polynésie et de la Nouvelle-Calédonie au Forum des îles du Pacifique...

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Il y a 9000 ans, les aborigènes bâtissaient déjà des maisons en pierre | Ouest-France

Il y a 9000 ans, les aborigènes bâtissaient déjà des maisons en pierre | Ouest-France | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Des archéologues ont découvert les plus vieilles maisons d'Australie : des fondations en pierre circulaires dans l'ouest du pays seraient les restes de foyers aborigènes datant de plus de 9 000 ans, a affirmé vendredi un chercheur.
Des archéologues de l'université de Western Australia avaient découvert il y a quelques années des séries de cercles de pierre à hauteur de genou sur l'île de Rosemary, dans l'archipel de Dampier, une région riche en art aborigène rupestre. Mais la datation récente a permis d'établir qu'il s'agissait là des plus vieilles maisons du...

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Evidence Aborigines built stone 'houses' 9,000 years ago | Art Daily

Evidence Aborigines built stone 'houses' 9,000 years ago | Art Daily | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Circular stone foundations discovered on an island in Western Australia suggest that Aborigines were building "houses" up to 9,000 years ago, a researcher said Friday.
University of Western Australia archaeologists discovered the series of knee-high stone rings on Rosemary Island in the Dampier Archipelago, an area rich in Aboriginal rock art, several years ago...

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Le ori Tahiti s’exporte à La Réunion | Polynésie 1ère

Le ori Tahiti s’exporte à La Réunion | Polynésie 1ère | Kiosque du monde : Océanie | Scoop.it

Sur l’île de La Réunion trois associations polynésiennes font connaître la culture et les coutumes du fenua...[VIDEO]

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Le musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac propose une sélection d'articles issus des plus grands quotidiens internationaux et de la presse culturelle.

Kiosque du Monde propose un regard sur toute l'actualité culturelle et artistique internationale, d'Afrique, des Amériques, d'Asie et d'Océanie à travers une sélection d'articles de la presse du monde entier.