Auteur: Hartz, Paula
Titel: Native American religions
Native American religions consist of a set of basic attitudes that relate people to their natural surroundings. Ceremonies that include stories, songs, chants, magic formulas, and prayers are intended to help the faithful focus on the essential, yet often ignored, things in life, such as the forces of nature, natural resources, and birth and death. "Native American Religions, Third Edition" presents the history of the Native American religions, starting from their roots as tribal religions, and then details the detrimental effects of European colonization, the annihilation of the Native Americans that threatened the religions, and their sudden restoration in the 20th century.
2009, 144 pag., Euro 37,95
Chelsea House, New York, ISBN 9781604131116
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