Perspectives on African witchcraft

Auteur(s) : Pavanello, Mariano (Éd.)Description matérielle : xii-226 p. ; 23 cm.Publication : London : Routledge, 2017.Cote : F.622Note : Réf. dissém. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Sorcellerie Géographique : Afrique
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Introduction / Pavanello, Mariano --

Agencies, jurisdictions and paradigms in the shaping of witchcraft / Pavanello, Mariano --

Witchcraft, medicine and British colonial rule: anthropological analysis of colonial documents in the Gold Coast / Vasconi, Elisa --

Witchcraft and dream: a discussion of the Akan case / Pavanello, Mariano --

Witchcraft and religion in the process of formation of the public space in Ghana / Grossi, Angelantonio --

Where christianity is ancient: Pentecostalism, evil in the world and the break with the past in Ethiopia / Schirripa, Pino --

"Be Yesus Sh’m": breaking with the national past in Eritrean and Ethiopian Pentecostal churches in Rome / Costantini, Osvaldo --

"I went out into the street…and now I fighting for my life": street children witchcraft accusations, and the collapse of the household in Bangui (Central African Republic) / Ceriana Mayneri, Andrea --

Fields of experience: in between healing and harming. On conversation between Dogon healers and sorcerers / Beneduce, Roberto.

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