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4 If You Aren’t Careful, You don’t Know Where You Will End Up!
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written by Daniel Reed, 1963-; in Abidjan USA: Music, Dance, and Mobility in the Lives of Four Ivorian Immigrants, African Expressive Cultures (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2016, originally published 2016), 91-128
Daniel B. Reed integrates individual stories with the study of performance to understand the forces of diaspora and mobility in the lives of musicians, dancers, and mask performers originally from Côte d'Ivoire who now live in the United States. Through the lives of four Ivorian performers, Reed finds that dance...
written by Daniel Reed, 1963-; in Abidjan USA: Music, Dance, and Mobility in the Lives of Four Ivorian Immigrants, African Expressive Cultures (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2016, originally published 2016), 91-128
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New World Voodoo
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written by National Geographic Society, Washington, DC (District of Columbia: National Geographic Society, Washington, DC, 2016),
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written by National Geographic Society, Washington, DC (District of Columbia: National Geographic Society, Washington, DC, 2016),
Source: video.nationalgeographic.com
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Sapelo Square
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written by Sapelo Square (Sapelo Square, 2016),
Source: sapelosquare.com
written by Sapelo Square (Sapelo Square, 2016),
Source: sapelosquare.com
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Ashgate Inform Series on Minority Religions and Spiritual Movements, Public Face of African New Religious Movements in Diaspora
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edited by Afe Adogame, 1964-, in Ashgate Inform Series on Minority Religions and Spiritual Movements (London, England: Routledge (Publisher), 2016, originally published 2014), 300 page(s)
The growing pace of international migration, technological revolution in media and travel generate circumstances that provide opportunities for the mobility of African new religious movements (ANRMs) within Africa and beyond. ANRMs are furthering their self-assertion and self-insertion into the religious landscape...
edited by Afe Adogame, 1964-, in Ashgate Inform Series on Minority Religions and Spiritual Movements (London, England: Routledge (Publisher), 2016, originally published 2014), 300 page(s)
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13 What the General of Amadou Bamba Saw in New York City
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written by Beth Buggenhagen, 1971-; in African Migrations: Patterns and Perspectives (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2013, originally published 2013), 248-269
Spurred by major changes in the world economy and in local ecology, the contemporary migration of Africans, both within the continent and to various destinations in Europe and North America, has seriously affected thousands of lives and livelihoods. The contributors to this volume, reflecting a variety of discipli...
written by Beth Buggenhagen, 1971-; in African Migrations: Patterns and Perspectives (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2013, originally published 2013), 248-269
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Vodou Brooklyn: Five Ceremonies with Mambo Marie Carmel
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written by Stephanie Keith, fl. 2005 (Pompano Beach, FL: Educa Vision, 2010, originally published 2010), 139 page(s)
This book is an intimate portrayal of a Haitian immigrant Vodou priestess. Color photographs and text document the young Mambo presiding over five distinct Vodou ceremonies held in one year in a single basement in Brooklyn, NY. By focusing on what happens in this transformed basement, the reader becomes personally...
written by Stephanie Keith, fl. 2005 (Pompano Beach, FL: Educa Vision, 2010, originally published 2010), 139 page(s)
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16 EMERGING COMMUNITIES: THE RELIGIOUS LIFE OF NEW AFRICAN IMMIGRANTS IN THE UNITED STATES
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written by Regina Gemignani, fl. 1987 and Jacob K. Olupona, fl. 1983; in New African Diaspora (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2009, originally published 2009), 333-346
The New York Times reports that since 1990 more Africans have voluntarily relocated to the United States and Canada than had been forcibly brought here before the slave trade ended in 1807. The key reason for these migrations has been the collapse of social, political, economic, and educational structures in their...
written by Regina Gemignani, fl. 1987 and Jacob K. Olupona, fl. 1983; in New African Diaspora (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2009, originally published 2009), 333-346
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3 Africans and the Islamic World
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written by Michael A. Gomez, 1955-; edited by Martin Klein, fl. 2005; in Reversing Sail, New Approaches to African History (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2005, originally published 2005), 29-58
The experiences of Africans in the Old World -- the Mediterranean and Islamic worlds -- is followed by their movement into the New, where their plight in lands claimed by Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, French and English colonial powers is analyzed from enslavement through the Cold War. Particular attention is paid...
written by Michael A. Gomez, 1955-; edited by Martin Klein, fl. 2005; in Reversing Sail, New Approaches to African History (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2005, originally published 2005), 29-58
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Bibliography Of West Indian Church History
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written by Roscoe Pierson, fl. 2004 and Arthur Dayfoot, 1915-2010 (Hertford, England: Hansib Publications, 2004, originally published 2004), 424 page(s)
This book offers a comprehensive annotated guide to books and other source materials for the study of Christianity in the English-speaking Caribbean. It also includes many similar items relating to neighbouring territories – Spanish, Dutch and French – and to other religious bodies in the Caribbean area.This i...
written by Roscoe Pierson, fl. 2004 and Arthur Dayfoot, 1915-2010 (Hertford, England: Hansib Publications, 2004, originally published 2004), 424 page(s)
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Malcolm X
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written by Marika Sherwood, 1937-; in Pan-African History: Political Figures from Africa and the Diaspora since 1787 (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2003, originally published 2003), 123-128
Pan-African History brings together Pan-Africanist thinkers and activists from the Anglophone and Francophone worlds of the past two-hundred years. Included are well-known figures such as Malcolm X, W.E.B. Du Bois, Kwame Nkrumah, and Martin Delany, and the authors' original research on lesser-known figures such as...
written by Marika Sherwood, 1937-; in Pan-African History: Political Figures from Africa and the Diaspora since 1787 (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2003, originally published 2003), 123-128
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