Praxis, Folks’ Beliefs, and Rituals: Explorations in the Anthropology of Religion
The offerings assembled in this place volume are the result of the “document Anthropology” graduate and doctoral seminar of the department of folklore and ethnology of Xiamen academy. An original methodology and institution that has empowered young scientists to explore manlike themes they are curious in through collective decision-making process. Each party was asked to desire a research theme for the term seminar. The picked themes were filed by decreasing frequency and restored to the participants for a short time tour. Anthropology of religion stopped being selected as the research idea for the 2020-2021 academic year. The prepare in advance and production of the essays assembled in this place was articulated on a orderly combination of spoken presentations and composed assignments. The calm essays focus on the educational dimensions of religion through contextualized and refreshed anthropological reasonings of the socio-cultural embodiments of allure ideas and law. The assembled offerings are organized into three parts: 1) Religion as Praxis; 2) Folks Beliefs and Rituals; and finally, 3) Sanctified Places, Objects, and syncretic.
Augustin F. C. Holl,
School of Sociology, Anthropology and Belt an Road Research Institute, Xiamen University, Xiamen, Fujian, P. R. China.
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Keywords: Religions, Praxis, Folks’ beliefs, Rituals, Sanctified places, Synchretisms