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Readings in indigenous religions

Author: Graham Harvey
Publisher: London : Continuum, 2002
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This title discusses important religious and cultural issues and on-going debates about improved methods of research. It includes examples of indigenous ideological, legal and fiction writing,  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Graham Harvey
ISBN: 0826451004 9780826451002 0826451012 9780826451019
OCLC Number: 472802952
Description: viii, 371 s. : illustrations
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Introduction 1. Graham Harvey --
Part I: Ontology. 1. Ojibwa ontology, behavior, and world view 17. A. Irving Hallowell. 2. Partners and consumers: Making relations visible 50. Marilyn Strathern. 3. 'Animism' revisited: Personhood, environment, and relational epistemology 72. Nurit Bird-David. 4. Sharing the flower: A non-supernaturalistic theory of grace 106. Kenneth M. Morrison --
Part II: Performance. 5. The ontological journey 123. Margaret Thompson Drewal. 6. A visible spirit form in Zambia 149. Edith Turner. 7. Postcolonial Sun Dancing at Wakpamni Lake 173. Dale Stover. 8. Divine connections: The mansin and her clients 194. Laurel Kendall. 9. Understanding a (secular) primitive society 226. Berel Dov Lerner. Part III: Knowledge. 10. Maori religion 237. T.P. Tawhai. 11. He Taonga Tuku Iho, Hei Ara: A gift handed down as a pathway 250. Emma Webber-Dreadon. 12. 'Sun's Marbles' and 'Roimata' 260. Patricia Grace. 13. A Declaration of the Independence of New Zealand and the. Treaty of Waitangi 268. 14. I am indigenist: Notes on the ideology of the Fourth World 275. Ward Churchill. 15. Australian icons: Notes on perception 310. Gordon Bennett --
Part IV: Land. 16. Sacred site, ancestral clearing, and environmental ethics 319. Deborah Bird Rose. 17. The watchful world 343. Richard K. Nelson --
Index of Subjects 365. Index of Authors 367. Index of Nations, Peoples and Groups 371
Responsibility: edited by Graham Harvey

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