Korean shamanism : revivals, survivals, and change

Auteur(s) : Howard, Keith (Éd.)Description matérielle : viii-258 p. : tableaux, schémas ; 23 cm.Publication : Seoul : The Royal Asiatic Society ; Korea branch ; Seoul Press, 1998.Cote : AA.17Note : Bibliographie p. [217]-235. Glossaire. Index.
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Korean shamanism today / Howard, Keith --

What is Korean shamanism? / Kim, Tae-Gon --

Problems in defining shaman types and local variations / Kim, Seong-Nae --

'Trance' and 'possession trance' in the perspective of Korean shamanism / Kim Hogarth, Hyun-Key --

Interpretations and reinterpretations of popular religion in the last decades of the chŏson dynasty / Walraven, Boudewijn --

What do the "naerim mudang" from Seoul learn? / Guillemoz, Alexandre --

The shaman's journey: real and ideal in a living folk tradition / Kendall, Laurel --

Processes of feminine power: shamans in Central Korea / Kim, Janice C. H. --

Christianity and Korean religions: accommodation as an aspect of the emplantation of a world religion / Grayson, James Huntley --

Movement in shamanic contexts: an inquiry / Van Zile, Judy --

Preserving the spirits? Rituals, state sponsorship, and performance / Howard, Keith.

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