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Art and ritual in the Black diaspora : archetypes of transition
Griffith, Paul A., 1952- author
Lanham : Lexington Books, [2017]
Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction: Journeys in Space and Spirit -- 2.The Spirituals: The Nonduality of the Sacred -- 3.Animate Authority of Word and Rite -- 4.Plots and Counterplots -- 5.The Quest for Divine Fullness -- 6.Ritual Relocation of Self -- 7.Alchemy as Transformational Magic.

Archetypes of Transition in Diaspora Art and Ritual examines residually oral conventions that shape the black diaspora imaginary in the Caribbean and America. Colonial humanist violations and inverse issues of black cultural and psychological affirmation are indexed in terms of a visionary gestalt according to which inner and outer realities unify creatively in natural and metaphysical orders. Paul Griffith's central focus is hermeneutical, examining the way in which religious and secular symbols inherent in rite and word as in vodun, limbo, the spirituals, puttin' on ole massa, and dramatic and narrative structures, for example, are made basic to the liberating post-colonial struggle. This evident interpenetration of political and religious visions looks back to death-rebirth traditions through which African groups made sense of the intervention of evil into social order. Herein, moreover, the explanatory, epistemic, and therapeutic structures of art and ritual share correspondences with the mythic archetypes that Carl Jung posits as a psychological inheritance of human beings universally.
Baker Berry DT16.5 .G79 2017

Abū Mīnā : die Keramikfunde von 1965 bis 1998
Engemann, Josef, author
Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz Verlag, [2016]
Baker Berry Oversize DT57 .D47 no.111

Convincing rebel fighters to disarm : UN information operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Jacob, Jacob Udo-Udo, author
Berlin ; De Gruyter Oldenbourg, [2017]
Baker Berry DT658.26 .J34 2017

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