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|Statement||Roger L. Hewitt.|
|Series||Quellen zur Khoisan-Forschung,, Bd. 2|
|LC Classifications||GR358.2.B83 H49 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||305 p. :|
|Number of Pages||305|
|LC Control Number||86192062|
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Structure, Meaning and Ritual in the Narratives of the Southern San analyses texts drawn from the Bleek and Lloyd Archive – arguably one of the most important collections for the understanding of South African cultural heritage and in particular the traditions of the /Xam, South Africa’s ‘first people’.
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Structure, Meaning and Ritual in the Narratives of the Southern San analyzes texts drawn from the Bleek and Lloyd Archive—arguably one of the most important collections for the understanding of South African cultural heritage and in particular the traditions of the /Xam, South Africa’s "first people." Initially appearing in a now rare edition and here re-issued for the first time, the Structure, Meaning and Ritual in the Narratives of the Southern San (Khoisan Heritage) - Kindle edition by Hewitt, Roger.
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() Structure, meaning and ritual in the narratives of the Southern San. Quellen zur Khoisan-Forschung, 2. Hollmann, J. () Customs and Beliefs of the /Xam Bushmen. Wits University Press/Ringing Rocks Press. Lloyd, L. () Short Account of further Bushman Material collected.
David Nutt: :// Historical-critical analysis of the narratives. The Jewish Encyclopedia's article "Sarah" notes that "the story of Sarah's life, brief and incomplete as it is, presents nevertheless curious repetitions, e.g., the incident with Pharaoh and a similar Structure with Abimelech (Genesis and Genesis )."According to the Jewish Encyclopedia, the recurring story has a unified purpose:–sister_narratives_in_the_Book_of_Genesis.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library JOURNAL OF RITUAL STUDIES. jors @ The Journal of Ritual Studies is an independent, subscriber-based, peer-review Journal.
The Journal Structure run by the Co-Editors (P. Stewart and A. Strathern). The term "ritual" has long enjoyed wide use in a number of disciplines, and many scholars have noted the fundamental social importance of ritualized behaviors and the difficulty of ~strather/ Structure, Meaning and Ritual in the Narratives of the Southern San, Hamburg: Helmut Buske Verlag.
[Google Scholar]–). Lewis-Williams himself analyses two stories in considerable detail (, ). Matthias Guenther Guenther, M. Tricksters and Trancers: Bushman Religion and Society, Bloomington: Indiana University :// The ritual occurred in a determined part of the world and in the limits of a professional community formed exclusively by men, specialized workers who spent many years engaged.
To analyze the ritual, I have gathered evidence of its persistence among sailors and the communitarian approval with legitimated ?pid=S&script=sci_arttext&tlng=en. In book: Human-Animal Relationships in San and Hunter-Gatherer Cosmology, Volume I, pp Structure, Meaning and Ritual in the Narratives of the Southern San have played a key role in Old Testament accounts Book of Judges.
The supper at Emmaus (Luke ) is the fulfilment of foreshadowing of the Book of Judges: the vocation of Gideon and the prophecy made to Manoach and to the barren woman of the birth of both cases, the angel of the Lord appears and is not recognized as such.
He carries a message: deliverance for Israel for Gideon and birth of Barbary captivity narratives, accounts of English people captured and held by Barbary pirates, were popular in England in the 16th and 17th centuries. The first Barbary captivity narrative by a resident of North America was that of Abraham Browne () A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the :// In this brief book, philosopher Moshe Halbertal explores the meaning and implications of sacrifice, developing a theory of sacrifice as an offering and examining the relationship between sacrifice, ritual, violence, and love.
On Sacrifice also looks at the place of self-sacrifice within ethical life and at the complex role of sacrifice as both Yoruba Ritual: Performers, Play, Agency - Ebook written by Margaret Thompson Drewal.
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Yoruba Ritual: Performers, Play, ://?id.
San (Bushman) society in the Cape Colony was almost completely annihilated during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as a result of land confiscation, massacre, forced labour and cultural suppression that accompanied colonial rule.
Whereas similar obliterations of indigenous peoples in other parts of the world have resulted in major public controversies and heated debate amongst academics : the-of.
In this article we outline a theoretical and methodological framework for spiritual identity as meaning in folk psychology. Identity is associated with psychological elements of personality that help people manage a time-bound existence.
This discussion is extended on anthropological grounds, noting that spiritual goals are reinforced when they become symbolically self-important, often through Table of Contents.
Contents: Introduction, Andrew Strathern and Pamela J. Stewart; Part I Definitions and Fundamentals: Variation and indexicality in the Maring ritual cycle, Roy A. Rappaport; Ritual symbols, syntax, and praxis: questions of cultural meaning and interpretation, Catherine Bell; Symbols, song, dance and features of articulation: is religion an extreme form of traditional Table of Contents.
Part 1 Introduction Parthenon and the Erechtheion – The Spatial Formation of Place, Politics and Myth 2. Invisible Surface – Reflections in Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion Part 2 3.‘The Book and the Labyrinth Were One and the Same’ The Todah Sacrifice as Pattern for the Eucharist.
The Many and the One. Jesus Christ recapitulates all of salvation history in his person and work (cf. Eph. He is the center of unity ?recnum= The ritual significance of eland (Taurotragus oryx) in the rock art of southern Africa, in Anati, E. (ed.), Les Religions de la préhistoire: – Capo di Ponte: Centro Camuno di Studi :// Southern African rock art research has progressed from an essentially denigrating social and political milieu, through an empiricist period, to contemporary social and historical approaches.
Empiricism, once thought to be the salvation of southern African rock art research, was a theoretically and methodologically flawed enterprise. Attempts to see the art through an emic perspective The ballgame represents one of the most enduring and iconic features of ancient Mesoamerican civilization, yet its origins and evolution remain poorly understood, primarily associated with the Gulf Coast and southern Pacific coastal lowlands.
While one early ballcourt dates to BCE from the Chiapas lowlands, ballcourts have remained undocumented in the Mesoamerican highlands Religion () 18, EXPERIENCE/NARRATIVE STRUCTURE/READING: PATTY HEARST AND THE AMERICAN INDIAN CAPTIVITY NARRATIVES Gary L.
Ebersole The Patty Hearst story provides an excellent opportunity to study how an historical occurrence with elements of a classical initiatory scenario generates different narratives and :// In contrast to the antistructuralist and antipositivist agenda that has animated the “narrative turn” in the social sciences since the s, a more uniquely sociological approach has studied stories in the interactional, institutional, and political contexts of their telling.
Scholars working in this vein have seen narrative as powerful, but as variably so, and they have focused on the Horney, for example, acknowledged the influence Ruth Benedict had on her major book, The Neurotic Personality of Our Time ().
6 Benedict also had a great impact on Erikson's work, as did anthropologists Scudder Mekeel, Bateson, and Mead. 7 Thus, indirectly anthropologists played a role in the development of Erikson's foundational concept of In A Grammar of Muylaq’ Aymara, Matt Coler provides a detailed description of a highly-endangered variety of Aymara spoken in the remote Andean village of Muylaque (Muylaq’i), in Southern heretofore undescribed variety has many unique characteristics that shed light on the impressive extent of variation in Aymara.
Using natural language data gathered during several field ?language=en. First published in paperback by UNM Press inThe Way to Rainy Mountain has sold overcopies. "The paperback edition of The Way to Rainy Mountain was first published twenty-five years ago.
One should not be surprised, I suppose, that it has remained vital, and immediate, for that is This book analyzes the sculptural record in conjunction with colonial-period documents, including verbal narratives and visual images from the codices.
This comes with a large set of challenges, but the ultimate goal is to reach an understanding of the monuments as primary sources of Aztec ritual Until recently, archaeologists have been reticent to examine the meaning of ritual and religion. Religion was considered by many (i.e., Marxists and materialists) to be epiphenomenal or beyond what is knowable with material remains.
1 Instead, archaeologists approached religion from the perspective of cross-cultural analysis, where ideology played the role of commanding resources or As noted, studies of narratives and testimonials fall into three categories: (1) those whose primary purpose was to generate content about a specific type of experience (eg, flight from a war-torn area); (2) those that evaluated narratives or testimonials as a means of reducing symptoms; and (3) those that analyzed the structure of the narrative as a means of understanding the impact of the This paper focuses on issues of identity and identification in a UK-based institution of higher education (Westville' Institute).
It is suggested that identity, both individual and collective, and the processes of identification which bind people to organizations, are constituted in the personal and shared narratives that people author in their efforts to make sense of their world and read.