Ultimate ambiguities : investigating death and liminality

Auteur(s) : Berger, Peter (Éd.)
Kroesen, J. E. A. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : x-278 p. ; photos en noir et blanc ; 24 cm.Publication : New York : Berghahn, 2016.Cote : G.5155Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitre. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Mort | Rite funéraire
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Introduction / Berger, Peter --

Ambiguous mortal remains, substitute bodies, and other materializations of the dead among the Garo of Northeast India / Maaker, Erik de --

Structures and processes of liminality: the shape of mourning among the Sora of tribal India / Vitebsky, Piers --

Liminal bodies, liminal food: Hindu and tribal death rituals compared / Berger, Peter --

The liminality of "living martyrdom": suicide bombers' preparations for paradise / Nanninga, Pieter --

Disappearance and liminality: Argentina's mourning of state terror / Robben, Antonius C.G.M. --

Three dimensions of liminality in the context of Kyrgyz death rituals / Hardenberg, Roland --

Death, ritual, and effervescence / Berger, Peter --

Hungry ghost or divine soul? Postmortem initiation in medieval shaiva tantric death rites / Mirnig, Nina --

Between death and judgement: sleep as the image of death in early modern protestantism / Kroesen, Justin and Luth, Jan R. --

Body and soul between death and funeral in archaic Greece / Bremmer, Jan N. --

Death, memory and liminality: rethinking Lampedusa's later life as author and aristocrat / Kuiper, Yme B.

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