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Shamans are a hard problem for anthropology (part 2)

Shamans are a hard problem for anthropology (part 2)

Jadran Mimica

ANTH 1001: Introduction to anthropology

Wednesday, May 6, 2020 (Week 10)

Available at http://anthro.rschram.org/1001/2020/4.1.2

Required readings

E. Jean Matteson Langdon “Introduction: Shamanism and Anthropology,” in Portals of Power: Shamanism in South America, ed. E. Jean Matteson Langdon (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1992), 1–21, http://books.google.com?id=vodjAAAAMAAJ.

Supplemental readings

Lawrence E. Sullivan “The Attributes and Power of the Shaman: A General Description of the Ecstatic Care of the Soul,” in Ancient Traditions: Shamanism in Central Asia and the Americas, ed. Gary Seaman and Jane Stevenson Day (Niwot: University Press of Colorado, 1994), 29–45.

Jadran’s lecture notes will be posted on Canvas

Notes and other material for Jadran’s lectures will be in this week’s topic page on the class Canvas site.

References

Langdon, E. Jean Matteson. “Introduction: Shamanism and Anthropology.” In Portals of Power: Shamanism in South America, edited by E. Jean Matteson Langdon, 1–21. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1992. http://books.google.com?id=vodjAAAAMAAJ.

Sullivan, Lawrence E. “The Attributes and Power of the Shaman: A General Description of the Ecstatic Care of the Soul.” In Ancient Traditions: Shamanism in Central Asia and the Americas, edited by Gary Seaman and Jane Stevenson Day, 29–45. Niwot: University Press of Colorado, 1994.

A guide to the unit

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