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center:The Center of European Languages of Qom(Ale Beit Publications)
Document Type:BL
Record Number:3080
Doc. No:b12634
Language of Document :English
Main Entry:Oliver, Josae R
Title & Author:Caciques and Cemai idols:the web spun by Taaino rulers between Hispaniola and Puerto Rico/ Josae R. Oliver
Publication Statement:Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press,, c2009.
Series Statement :(Caribbean archaeology and ethnohistory)
Page. NO:xviii, 306 p.: ill., maps ; 25 cm.
ISBN:9780817316365(cloth : alk.paper)
Notes:Print
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (p. [257]-279) and index.
Contents:Introduction -- Believers of Cemaiism : who were the Taainos and where did they come from? -- Webs of interaction : human beings, other beings, and many things -- Personhood and the animistic Amerindian perspective -- Contrasting animistic and naturalistic worldviews -- The Cemai reveals its personhood and its body form -- Cemai idols and Taainoan idolatry -- Cemais and personal identities -- The power and potency of the Cemais -- The display of Cemais : personal vs. communal ownership, private vs. public function -- Face-to-face interactions : Cemais, idols, and the native political elite -- Hanging on to and losing the power of the Cemai idols -- The inheritance and reciprocal exchange of Cemai icons -- Cemais : alienable or inalienable; to give and to keep -- Stone collars, elbow stones, and caciques -- Ancestor Cemais and the Cemaiification of the caciques -- The guaaiza face masks : gifts of the living for the living -- The circulation of chief's names, women, and Cemais : between the greater and lesser Antilles -- Up in arms : Taaino freedom fighters in Higeuey and Boriquaen -- The virgin Mary icons and native Cemais : two cases of religious syncretism in Cuba -- Religious syncretism and transculturation : the crossroads toward new identities -- Final remarks.
Subject:Taino IndiansReligion
Subject:Taino IndiansImplements
Subject:Taino IndiansColonization
Subject:Indians of the West IndiesFirst contact with Europeans--Hispaniola
Subject:Stone implementsHispaniola--History
Subject:IconsHispaniola--History
Subject:Christianity and cultureHispaniola
Subject:Christianity and other religionsHispaniola
Subject:Syncretism (Religion)Hispaniola
Subject:SpainColonies--America
Subject:HispaniolaColonization
Subject:HispaniolaAntiquities
Dewey Classification:‭972.9.02‬
LC Classification:‭F1619.2‬‭.T3,O44 2009‬