Index

a
Abela, Eduardo, 155–57 , 159
Abstractionism, 159
Academia Cubana de Literatura, 99
Academia de San Alejandro (San Alejandro Academy), 153–57 , 167
Acosta León, Ángel, 161
African divinities, 27 .
See also AfroCuban religions (African religions)
Africans, 1 , 2 , 52 , 106 , 108 ;
in art, 165
Afro-Cuban poetry, 108 , 124 .
See also Negrismo.
Afro-Cuban religions (African religions), 20 , 26 , 88 , 91 , 92 , 109 , 111 , 123 , 125 , 128 ;
Babalawo, 29 ;
Carabalí (Abakuá, Ñáñigo), 31–32 , 50 , 111 , 112 ;
Congolese, 89 ;
Fiesta de Santo, 30 ;
Lucumí (Yoruba), 27–28 , 30 , 50 , 89 , 112 ;
Olodumare, 28 , 31 ;
Orishas, 28 ;
Our Lady of Mercy (Obatalá), 28 , 31 , 51 ;
Our Lady of Regla (Yemayá), 29 , 51 ;
Palo Monte, 30 , 165 ;
Regla Conga, 30–31 ;
Regla de Ocha, 27 ;
Santería, 26–31 ;
Saint Anthony (Eleguá), 28–29 , 51 ;
Saint Bárbara (Changó), 29 , 31 , 51 ;
Saint Francis (Orula), 29 ;
Saint Lazarus (Babalú-Ayé), 31 , 51 , 127 ;
Saint Peter (Oggún), 29 ;
Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre (Oshún), 29 , 51 , 127
Afro-Cubans, 7–8 , 11 , 27 , 33 , 39 , 60 , 86 , 89 , 92 , 106 , 123 ;
images, 158 ;
interests, 165 ;
killed, 8 ;
rebellion of, 7 ;
themes, 167 , 170 ;
traditions, 148 , 158
Afro-Cuban Study Group, 93 , 124
Aila, René, 160
Alcover, Wilfredo, 169
Alejandro, Ramón, 170
Alfonso, Carlos, 170
Algaze, Mario, 170
Almendros, Néstor, 81 , 83 , 86 , 94–95
Amerindians, 1 , 2 , 33 , 102 ;
in art, 165
Antislavery works, 100
Aponte Conspiracy, 2 , 8
Arazoza, Rafael, 169
Ardévol, José, 142
Arenal, Humberto, 82
Arenas, Reinaldo, 76 , 94 , 122 ;
Mariel, 76 ;
works, 125–26

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