Les voies du marronnage et la culture des libertés : itinéraire à travers la culture musicale subsaharienne

Abstract : This article offers a reading a multidimensional reading that explains the meaning of marronnage as I perceive it. Far from caricatures, this historical phenomenon does not depict a uprooted postcard in search of freedom, who wishes to leave a foreign and hostile environment to find the smells, colors and sounds of the distant and imaginary Africa of his ancestors. It is not a question of reducing it to the reductive observation of the localized presence of a fraction, singular in its history and its isolation, of an otherwise stigmatized people. Beyond all these clichés, it is above all and above all freedom and identity, which aspires to every individual and all people. This implies the search, more or less chaotic, of a culture of identity, and the constitution of a memory of the itinerary of the individual inseparable from that of this people.
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Apollinaire Anakesa. Les voies du marronnage et la culture des libertés : itinéraire à travers la culture musicale subsaharienne. Marronnage et diversité culturelle. Actes du colloque de la Biennale du Marronnage 2010, Matoury, Ibis Rouge, pp.71-84, 2010. ⟨hal-01968216⟩

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