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Ritual, performance and the senses

Auteur(s) : Bull, Michael (Éd.)
Mitchell, Jon P. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : x-208 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Collection : Sensory studies series Publication : London : Bloomsbury, 2015.Cote : G.4982Note : Bibliogr. p. [181]-201 ; Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Rite | SensThématique spécifique : Performance | Corps
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Introduction / Bull, Michael and Mitchell, Jon P. --

Ontology, mimesis, and divine intervention: understanding catholic visionaries / Mitchell, Jon P. --

Ritual action shapes our brains: an essay in neuroanthropology / Turner, Robert --

The importance of repetition: ritual as a support to mind / Downey, Greg --

Place-making in the "Holy of Holies": the Church of the holy sepulcher, Jerusalem / Marchand, Trevor H. J. --

The spaces and places of Ramnagar Ramlila / Schechner, Richard --

"Inner movement" between practices of meditation, martial arts, and acting: a focused examination of affect, feeling, sensing, and sensory attunement / Zarrilli, Phillip B. --

Exploring the Andean sensory model: knowledge, memory and the experience of Pilgrimage / Mendoza, Zoila --

Sensation and transmission / Howes, David.

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