Imagining evil : witchcraft beliefs and accusations in contemporary Africa

Auteur(s) : Haar, Gerrie ter (Éd.)Description matérielle : vi-348 p. ; 22 cm. Collection: Religion in contemporary Africa series. Publication : Trenton : Africa World Press, 2007.Cote : F.693Note : Bibliographie p. [317]-333. Index.
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Introduction: the evil called witchcraft / Haar, Gerrie ter --

Witching-times : a theme in the histories of Africa and Europe / Ellis, Stephen --

A phenomenonology of witchcraft in Ghana / Akrong, Abraham --

Witchcraft in contemporary Ghana / Dovlo, Elom --

Ghanaian witchcraft beliefs : a view from the Netherlands / Haar, Gerrie ter --

Witchcraft and the Christian church : ethical implications / Bongmba, Elias K. --

Anger as a metaphor of witchcraft : the relation between magic, witchcraft and divination among the Mupun of Nigeria / Dadem Danfulani, Umar Habila --

The Mbambi brought the message : Shitera, witchcraft of revenge / Mbambo, Samuel K. --

Witchcraft as a challenge to Batswana ideas of community and relationships / Ntloedibe-Kuswani, -Gomang Seratwa -

Witch-hunting in Zambia and international illegal trade / Hinfelaar, Hugo F. --

The impact of witchcraft beliefs and practices on the socio-economic development of the Abakwaya in Musoma-rural district, Tanzania / Nyaga, Stephen Nyoka --

Containment of witchcraft accusations in South Africa : a search for a transformational approach to curb the problem / Kgatla, Selaelo Thias --

The escalation of witchcraft accusations / van Beek, Walter E. A.

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