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Christian Bromberger, French anthropologist.

Background

Bromberger, Christian was born on October 25, 1946 in Paris. Son of Guy Hervé and Paulette (Deschaux) Bromberger.

Education

Degree in classical letters, University Paris, 1968. Habilitation, University Provence, France, 1990.

Career

Teacher, secondary school, Orléans, France, 1968-1970. Researcher National Center for Scientific Research, Paris, 1983-1985. Assistant professor University Provence, 1970-1980, senior assistant professor, 1980-1983, 85-93, professor anthropology, since 1993.

Consultant United Nations Educational, Iran, 1977-1978. Invited professor University Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 1984-1985, University Geneva, 1994, University Buenos Aires, 2000, 01. Senior member Institute University France, since 1995.

Chairman Ethnology Council, 1998-2001.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Habitat, Architecture and Rural Society in the Gilân Plain, 1989, Soccer Match, An Anthropological Approach in Marseilles, Naples and Turin, 1995, Soccer, The Most Important Trifle in the World, 1998. Co-author: French Vernacular Architecture, 1980, Provence, 1989. Editor: Daily Passions, 1998.

      Co-editor: Things Careers, 1999, Anthropology of the Mediterranean, 2001.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Jazz, cooking, soccer, baroque architecture.

Connections

Married Danièle Hardy, June 13, 1969 (divorced 1975). Children: Laure, Sébastien. Married Sabine Chiarazzo, July 4, 1980.

1 child, Stéphane.

father:
Guy Hervé Bromberger

mother:
Paulette (Deschaux) Bromberger

spouses:
Sabine Chiarazzo

Danièle Hardy

children:
Stéphane Bromberger

Sébastien Bromberger

Laure Bromberger