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Engaging the spirit world : popular beliefs and practices in modern Southeast Asia

Auteur(s) : Endres, Kirsten W. (Éd.)
Lauser, Andrea (Éd.)
Description matérielle : x-234 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Collection : Asian Anthropologies ; n° 5 Publication : New York : Berghahn Books, 2011.Cote : AL.39Note : Réf. Dissém. ; Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | ReligionThématique spécifique : Spiritualisme | Esprit | Bouddhisme | Relations humain-non humain | Réincarnation | Possession | Agentivité | Relations vivant-mort Géographique : Asie du Sud-Est
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Introduction. Multivocal arenas of modern enchantment in Southeast Asia / Endres, Kirsten, W. and Lauser, Andrea --

Can things reach the dead? The ontological status of objects and the study of Lao Buddhist rituals for the spirits of the deceased / Ladwig, Patrice --

Spirited warriors: conspiracy and protection on Lombok / Telle, Kari --

From the mystical to the molecular: modernity, martial arts, and agency in Java / Wilson, Lee --

Changing spirit identities: rethinking the four palaces' spirit representations in Northern Vietnam / Chauvet, Claire --

Gods, gifts, markets, and superstition: spirited consumption from Korea to Vietnam / Kendall, Laurel --

Contests of commemoration: virgin war martyrs, state memorials, and the invocation of the spirit world in contemporary Vietnam / Endres, Kirsten, W. and Lauser, Andrea --

Spirit cults and construction sites: trans-ethnic popular religion and Keramat symbolism in contemporary Malaysia / Goh, Beng-Lan --

Being a spirit medium in contemporary Burma / Brac de la Perrière, Bénédicte --

Reconfiguring Manora Rongkru: ancestor worship and spirit possession in Southern Thailand / Horstmann, Alexander --

The horror of the modern: violation, violence, and rampaging urban youths in contemporary Thai ghost films / Kitiarsa, Pattana.

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