Cosmos, gods and madmen: frameworks in the anthropologies of medicine

Auteur(s) : Littlewood, Roland (Éd.)
Lynch, Rebecca (Éd.)
Description matérielle : 214 p. : 24 cm.Publication : New York : Berghahn Books, 2016.Cote : G.5262Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index. Thématique : Anthropologie médicale | Religion
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Introduction: divitiny, disease, distress / Littlewood, Roland et Lynch, Rebecca --

Why animism matters / Napier, A. David --

Spreading the Gospel of the miracle cure: Panama's Black Christ / Reynolds, Rodney J. --

Madness and miracles: hoping for healing in rural Ghana / Read, Ursula M. --

'Sakawa' rumours: occult internet fraud and Ghanaian identity/ Armstrong, Alice --

To heal the body: the body as congregation among post-surgical patients in Benin / Lange, Isabelle L. --

Addiction and the duality of the self in a North American. Religio-therapeutic community / Reynolds, Ellie --

Religious conversion and madness: contested territory in the Peruvian Andes / Orr, David M. R. --

Cosmologies of fear: the medicalization of anxiety in contemporary Britian / Lynch, Rebecca --

Functionalists and zombis: sorcery as spandrel and social rescue / Littlewood, Roland --

Religion and psychosis: a common evolutionary trajectory? / Dein, Simon.

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