En el nombre del señor : shamanes, demonios y curanderos del norte del Perú

Auteur(s) : Millones, Luis (Éd.)
Lemlij, Moisés (Éd.)
Cáceres, Dana (Collab.)
Description matérielle : 330 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Collection: Biblioteca peruana de psicoanálisis ; n° 19 Publication : Lima : Seminario interdisciplinario de estudios andinos, 1994.Cote : CAS.400Note : Réf. Dissém.
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"Exceptional volume brings together anthropologists, archaeologists, and ethnohistorians to examine the persistence and emergence of curing traditions, witchcraft, and spirit possession in northern Peru. Contributions include studies of the material culture (Elera), iconography (Makowski Hanula) and functions associated with precolumbian shamanism (Polia Meconi). Also considers colonial-era shamanism as a form of resistance (Mills, Gareis), European examples of colonial-era spirit possession (Blanco, Lemlij), and the persistence of cultural forms in contemporary curing (Topic, Sharon, Yauri Montero, Malengreau)"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.


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