By James L, Professor Cox
The examine of indigenous religions has turn into an immense educational box, quite because the non secular practices of indigenous peoples are being reworked by way of forces of globalization and transcontinental migration. This e-book will extra our realizing of indigenous religions via first contemplating key methodological concerns relating to defining and contextualizing the non secular practices of indigenous societies, either traditionally and in socio-cultural events. additional sections of the booklet examine instances derived from eu contexts, that are usually missed in dialogue of indigenous religions, and in conventional parts of analysis: South the United States and Africa.
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