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Religion and Culture in Native America - by Suzanne Crawford O'Brien (Paperback)

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Number of Pages: 238

Genre: Religion + Beliefs

Sub-Genre: Comparative Religion

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

Age Range: Teen

Author: Suzanne Crawford O'Brien

Language: English

Street Date: March 5, 2020
TCIN: 79622069
UPC: 9781538104750
Item Number (DPCI): 247-39-5556

Description

Religion and Culture in Native America presents an introduction to a diverse array of Indigenous religious and cultural practices in North America, focusing on those issues in which tribal communities themselves are currently invested. These topics include climate change, water rights, the protection of sacred places, the reclaiming of Indigenous foods, health and wellness, social justice, and the safety of Indigenous women and girls. Locating such contemporary challenges within their historical, religious, and cultural contexts illuminates how Native communities' responses to such issues are not simply political, but deeply spiritual, informed by sacred traditions, ethical principles, and profound truths. In collaboration with renowned ethnographer and scholar of Native American religious traditions In�s Talamantez, Suzanne Crawford O'Brien abandons classical categories typically found in religious studies textbooks and challenges essentialist notions of Native American cultures to explore the complexities of Native North American life. Key features of this text include: -Consideration of Indigenous religious traditions within their historical, political, and cultural contexts -Thematic organization emphasizing the concerns and commitments of contemporary tribal communities -Maps and images that help to locate tribal communities and illustrate key themes. -Recommendations for further reading and research Written in an engaging narrative style, this book makes an ideal text for undergraduate courses in Native American Religions, Religion and Ecology, Indigenous Religions, and World Religions.
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