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center:The Center of European Languages of Qom(Ale Beit Publications)
Document Type:BL
Record Number:2373
Doc. No:b12285
Language of Document :English
Main Entry:Johnson, Paul C, 1964
Title & Author:Secrets, gossip, and gods:the transformation of Brazilian Candomblae/ Paul Christopher Johnson
Publication Statement:Oxford ;New York: Oxford University Press,, 2002.
Page. NO:xi, 225 p.: ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN:0195150589(alk.paper)
Notes:Print
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-218) and index.
Contents:Machine generated contents note: Introduction 3 -- Studying Secrets 7; Research Site 11; Methodological Note: Structure and -- Practice 14; Strategy of This Book 17 -- PART I: Theoretical Boundaries -- 1. Secret Sits in the Middle 23 -- Concealment into Secrecy 23; Social Uses and Forms of Secrecy 25; Secrets in -- Candomble 30 -- 2. What Is Candomble? 35 -- Exchange, Consumption, and the Orixds 36; "Africa" in Brazil 41; Gender -- and Spirit Possession 43; Terreiro and Axe 48; Candomble -- in a Religious Field 51; Summary 55 -- PART II: Historical Layers of Secrecy -- 3. Slaves and Secrets 59 -- Colonial Secrets 59; Arriving Slaves 61; Religious Formation in -- the Interstices 69; Repression and the New Secrecy 76 -- 4. From Tumor to Trophy: The Nation-State and Candomble 79 -- Public Order in the Republic 81; New State and New Public -- Order 91; State Secrets, Religious Secrets 96; Interpreting the -- Transformation from 1890 to 1940 98; Summary 99 -- PART III: Secrecy and Ritual Practice -- 5. Public Space to Secret Place: Initiation and the Logic of Passage 103 -- The Act and the Word 104; Passage of the la6 108; Interpreting the Orders of -- Ritual Space 123; Summary 129 -- 6. Signifying the Street in Outbound Rites 131 -- Ritual One: Communal Offering (Eb6) 132; Ritual Two: Waters of -- Oxald 137; Theoretical Interlude: Whose Meaning? 142; Ritual Three: -- Dancing in the Heart of the Metropole 143 -- PART IV: How Secrets Become Public -- 7. Public Candomble 151 -- Theorizing the Public 153; Describing Public Candomble 156; From Ritual to -- Discourse: Transformations of Traditional Candomble 166; Public Candomble -- as Protestant Candomble 169; Summary 176 -- Conclusion 179 -- Recapitulation 180; Linking Two Trajectories: Secretism and Space, the -- Ritualized Body and Place 184; The Place of Secretism 187.
Subject:Candomblae (Religion)
Subject:Secrecy
Dewey Classification:‭299.673‬
LC Classification:‭BL2592‬‭.C35,J64 2002‬