Articulate necrographies : comparative perspectives on the voices and silences of the dead

Auteur(s) : Panagiotopoulos, Anastasios (Éd.)
Espírito Santo, Diana (Éd.)
Description matérielle : viii-263 p. : dessins ; 24 cm.Publication : New-York (N.Y.) : Berghahn Books, 2019.Cote : G.5322Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index. Thématique : Anthropologie | Mort | Relations vivant-mort
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Introduction / Panagiotopoulos, Anastasios and Espírito Santo, Diana --

Voices and silences of the dead in western modernity / Walter, Tom --

Coping with massive urban death: The mutual constitution of mourning and recovery in World War II's bombing war / Robben, Antonius C.G.M. --

Biographies and necrographies in exchange: from the self to the other / Panagiotopoulos, Anastasios --

The making of spirit bodies and death perspectives in Afro-Cuban religion / Espírito Santo, Diana --

Sensory necrography: the flow of signs and sensations in the corpse / Conklin, Beth --

Unanchored deaths: grieving the unplaceable in Samburu / Straight, Bilinda --

The sociality of death: life potentialities and the Vietnamese dead / Marouda, Marina --

"Enlightened spirits": a historical-anthropological perspective on spiritism, science, modernity and the vitality of spirits under neoliberalism / Romberg, Raquel --

Channeling the flow: dealing with death in an African-based religion / Banaggia, Gabriel --

Of shadows and fears: Nepalese ghost stories from classical texts and folklore to the social media / Torri, Davide --

Death isn't what it used to be: animist and baptist ontologies in tribal India / Vitebsky, Piers --

Afterword: the necrographic imagination / Course, Magnus.

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