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Jacques Bethemont : géographe des fleuves

Auteur :
DAUDEL, C.

Description :
Focusing on the life and work of Jacques Bethemont (born 1928), this book comprises a series of conversations with Christian Daudel on Bethemont’s education, his teaching, research, travels and ideas (including his Protestant faith), and an anthology of abbreviated texts by Bethemont, ranging from his earliest work to his most recent. Critical foci include his doctoral research on the Rhône, a life-long devotion to the study of water and rivers across the globe, and a long career as lecturer and professor at the University of Saint-Etienne. A man of great erudition, productivity and faith, Bethemont emerges as a passionate and committed geographer. - (HC)


Type de document :
Monographie

Source :
352 p., Références bibliographiques : dissem.

Date :
2010

Identifiants :
isbn : 978-2-296-12506-6

Editeur :
Pays édition : France, Paris, L'Harmattan

Langue :
Français
Droits :
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