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by Caroline Humphrey,Nicholas Thomas

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Caroline Humphrey,Nicholas Thomas
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Nicholas Thomas and Caroline Humphrey

Nicholas Thomas and Caroline Humphrey. 1. Shamanism and Hierarchy. Nicholas Thomas is the author of several previous books including "Out of Time: History and Evolution in Anthropological Discourse" (Cambridge University Press, 1989) and "Entangled Objects: Exchange, Material Culture and Colonialism in the Pacific" (Harvard, 1991).

In 1967, Caroline Waddington married Nicholas Humphrey; they had no.ed. with Nicholas Thomas) Shamanism, History and the State (1994)

ed. with Nicholas Thomas) Shamanism, History and the State (1994). with James Laidlaw) The Archetypal Actions of Ritual, illustrated by the Jain rite of worship (1994).

The contributors to Shamanism, History, and the State-distinguished .

The contributors to Shamanism, History, and the State-distinguished anthropologists and historians from England, Australia, and France-show that shamanism is not The literature on shamanism and related topics is extensive, but has in general been biased toward curing and trance; the political and historical significance of shamanic activities has been largely neglected.

chapter reprinted in Michael Lambek (e. A Reader in the Anthropology of Religion.

Shamanism, History, and the State. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994 (cloth), 1996 (paper). 232 pp. Shamans and Elders: Experience, Knowledge, and Power among the Daur Mongols. By Caroline Humphrey with Urgunge Onon. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996. Robert A. Paul, "Shamans in History (Humphrey's Shamans and Elders: Experience, Knowledge, and Power among the Daur Mongols)," Current Anthropology 39, no. 2 (April 1998): 285-286.

The contributors to Shamanism, History, and the State-distinguished anthropologists and historians from England, Australia, and France-show that shamanism is not static and stable, but always changing as a result of political dynamics and historical processes. Caroline Humphrey, author of Karl Marx Collective: Economy, Society and Religion in a Siberian Collective Farm, is Fellow of King& College and Lecturer in Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge. Publication Date: 1996. Publication Name: The British Journal of Sociology.

Содержание: Shamanisms : Part I Thomas, Nicholas. Shamanic Practices and the State in Northern Asia : Views from the Center and Periphery, C. Humphrey. Marginal Powers : Shamanism and Hierarchy in Eastern Oceania, N. Thomas Hugh-Jones, Stephen. Shamans, Prophets, Priests and Pastors, S. Hugh-Jones Hamayon, Roberte. Saints' Cults and Warrior Kingdoms in South India, S. Bayly Bloch, Maurice. The Slaves, the King, and Mary in the Slums of Antananarivo, M. Bloch Barton, Tamsyn.

The literature on shamanism and related topics is extensive, but has in general been biased toward curing and trance; the political and historical significance of shamanic activities has been largely neglected. The contributors to Shamanism, History, and the State--distinguished anthropologists and historians from England, Australia, and France--show that shamanism is not static and stable, but always changing as a result of political dynamics and historical processes.