Shamanism and violence : power, repression and suffering in indigenous religious conflicts

Auteur(s) : Riboli, Diana (Éd.)
Torri, Davide (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xiii-176 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Collection: Vitality of indigenous religions Publication : Farnham : Ashgate, 2013.Cote : G.4918Note : Bibliogr. p. 151-165 ; Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Chamanisme | Conflit religieux
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Introduction / Riboli, Diana and Torri, Davide --

Dark and light shamanisms: themes of conflict, ambivalence and healing / Strathern, Andrew J. and Stewart, Pamela J. --

Enchantment and destruction / Oppitz, Michael --

Shamans emerging from repression in Siberia: lightning rods of fear and hope / Mandelstam Balzer, Marjorie --

Experiences of Mongol shamans in China: victims and agents of violence / Knecht, Peter --

Variations of violence at the vital core of Chinese and Korean shamanic ritual worlds / Kister, Daniel A. --

Words of violence: a shamanic curse in a Sagay text / Sychenko, Galina --

Exorcism death in Virginia: on the misrepresentation of Korean shamans / Kendall, Laurel --

Contesting power, negotiating influence: Rai shamans and new religious movements in Eastern Nepal / Stockhausen, Alban von and Wettstein, Marion --

Between a rock and a hard place: Himalayan encounters with human and other-than-human opponents / Torri, Davide --

Of angry thunders, smelly intruders and human-tigers. Shamanic representations of violence and conflict in non-violent peoples: the Semang-Negrito (Malaysia) / Riboli, Diana --

Divine hunger. The cannibal war-machine / Whitehead, Neil L.

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