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Magic, witchcraft, and curing.

Author: John Middleton; American Museum of Natural History.
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Published for the American Museum of Natural History [New York, by] the Natural History Press 1967.
Series: American Museum sourcebooks in anthropology.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
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Middleton, John, 1921-2009.
Magic, witchcraft, and curing.
Garden City, N.Y., Published for the American Museum of Natural History [New York, by] the Natural History Press, 1967
(OCoLC)577582613
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Middleton; American Museum of Natural History.
OCLC Number: 492919
Description: x, 346 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Contents: The morphology and function of magic: a comparative study of Trobriand and Zande ritual and spells / E.E. Evans-Pritchard --
The sorcerer and his magic / Claude Lévi-Strauss --
Miching Mallecho, that means witchcraft / Laura Bohannan --
The concept of "bewitching" in Lugbara / John Middleton --
Nagual, witch, and sorcerer in a Quiché village / Benson Saler --
The sociology of sorcery in a Central African tribe / M.G. Marwick --
Witchcraft as social process in a Tzeltal community / Manning Nash --
A sociological analysis of witch beliefs in a Mysore village / Scarlett Epstein --
Konkomba sorcery / David Tait --
Dreams and the wishes of the soul: a type of psychoanalytic theory among the seventeenth century Iroquois / Anthony F.C. Wallace --
Shamanistic behavior among the Netsilik Eskimos / Asen Balikci --
Divination in Bunyoro, Uganda / John Beattie --
Divination and its social contexts / George K Park --
Witchcraft and clanship in Cochiti therapy / J. Robin Fox --
Group therapy and social status in the Zar cult of Ethiopia / Simon D. Messing --
Spirit possession as illness in a North Indian village / Stanley A. and Ruth S. Freed.
Series Title: American Museum sourcebooks in anthropology.

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