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Beyond tradition, beyond invention : cosmic technologies and creativity in contemporary Afro-Cuban religions

Auteur(s) : Espírito Santo, Diana (Éd.)
Panagiotopoulos, Anastasios (Éd.)
Description matérielle : viii-251 p. : ill.; 24 cm.Publication : Canon Pyon : Sean Kingston Publishing, 2015.Cote : SX.25Note : Réf. dissém. Index. Glossaire. Ressource en ligne : Texte en ligne   Thématique : Ethnologie | Religion Thématique spécifique : Culte afro-cubain Géographique : Amérique du Sud | Cuba
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Introduction. Inventive traditions. A short introduction to Afro-Cuban religiosity / Espírito Santo,Diana and Panagiotopoulos, Anastasios --

Ikú lobi ocha. The dead give birth to the deities / Panagiotopoulos, Anastasios --

¿Pa' que tu me llamas, si no me conoces? Spiritist performative technologies in the creation of cosmology / Espírito Santo, Diana --

Language, creativity and identity in conversations with the dead / Cunha, Ana Stela de Almeida --

Valuing the community. Non-initiatory versions of "Afro-Cuban" religions / Basso Ortiz, Alessandra --

The city overtaken by santeros: a post-nineties ritualized urban image / Carrillo Morell, Dayron --

The evil eye and the state / Routon, Kenneth --

Embodying the sacred in Abakuá performance. Places of power and gender construction / Morel, Geraldine --

A throne for Changó. On the display of Afro-Cuban religions on the island of Tenerife / Pérez Amores, Grecy --

Lumbamba, "Lord of Justice". Mounting a prenda for Lucero in the Pacific Northwest / Garoutte, Claire and Wambaugh, Anneke.

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