Across the Boundaries of Belief: Contemporary Issues in the Anthropology of Religion

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Index
Abeel, David, 70-71
Africa, 355-358. See also specific countries
Alam, 333
Altered states of consciousness (ASC), 6, 159-160, 211-212, 218-222
Alter, Robert, 394
Aluk, 258-263, 267(n15)
Aluk Nene', 255, 257, 266(n9)
Ancestors, 117 honoring in Jewish traditions, 99-101, 105 status in Taiwanese pantheon, 273 as tromba spirits in Madagascar, 168-169 worship of in Indonesia, 257 and zar activity in Sudan, 234
Anchieta, José de, 26
Animal sacrifice, 260-261, 331-333
Anthropologists, 11-21 conflicts with missionaries, 11-13 cultural study methods, 8, 39(n21) perception of missionaries, 18-19 perception of "primitive" cultures, 13-16, 325 religious beliefs of, 16-18, 381-401
Antigua, 350
Anukite (Oglala religious figure), 91
Arikan, Türkan, 293
ASC. See Altered states of consciousness
Ataturk, Mustafa Kemal, 293, 295-297, 299-300
Atkinson, J., 254
Atonement for wrongdoing changing concepts in Indonesia, 253-270 confession as, 259-261 in Old Testament, 393-394 sacrifice as, 259-261
Australia, 12, 358-359
Authority distinguished from power, 249-250 in Hopi society, 304, 312-314, 319 See also Founders of religious movements
Baker, Roshi, 372
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 400(nn 5, 7)
Bandits. See Marginal populations
Baptists, conversion experiences among, 381-401
Barth, F., 319
Batu delima, 333-334
Bauman, Richard, 388
Beggars. See Marginal populations
Berg, David, 373-376, 378
Bergman, Billy, 356
Bilu, Yoram, 196-210
Blacks. See Rastafarianism
Blondy, Alpha, 364(n25)
Borker, Ruth, 382
Born-again Christians, 300, 381-401
Boxer Rebellion, 73-74
Brandt, R., 307
Brazil, 10, 23-41, 211-226 accounts of healer-mediums, 212-217 progressive church in, 31-36 Spiritist trance states, 217-222 See also Tupi-Guarani people
Buddhism, 63-64, 75-78
Buiks, Peter, 354
Burridge, Kenelm O., 11, 18, 19(n3)
Bushotter, George, 89, 95(n20)
Camphor production, 277-279
Canada, 352
Cannibalism, 27
Cantrell, Milton, 384-399
Cargo cults, 327, 329-346

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