This is the first major collection for over a decade on the subject of African religion. It is part of a continuous stock-taking solidly grounded in archival and field research in Africa and the African diaspora. This book provides the views of some of the most distinguished academics in the context of African history, anthropology, archaeology, politics, comparative religion, health and healing, languages and literatures, and the visual and performing arts.
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Dennis L. Thomson is professor of political science at Brigham Young University, where he recently served as Associate Academic Vice President. A former U.S. Foreign Service officer in Africa, he has taught at the University of Arizona and the State University of New York at Binghamton. He did his graduate work at the University of California at Santa Barbara. He publishes on public policy, ethnicity, and religion and politics.Review:
“The editors of this data-rich volume are to be congratulated for producing an outstanding set of essays, the first major collection in more than a decade on the subject of African religion.”–Choice
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