Haiti's explosive Rite of Spring: from pagan Russia to vodou ritual by Lyndsey WINSHIP

Haiti's explosive Rite of Spring: from pagan Russia to vodou ritual

By Lyndsey Winship

When Jeanguy Saintus first saw Stravinsky’s Rite, he was reminded of his religion’s initiation ceremonies. Now, he has created his own spirited version of the ballet

CfP: Special issue of the Journal of Festive Studies on "The Politics of Carnival"

Most cultures include one or several carnivalesque events in their ritual calendars. This is evident in pagan European festivities as much as in African, Asian, and American festivals. Since the 1970s and the gradual convergence between anthropology, cultural history, and sociology through the frame of ‘carnival studies,’ there has been much debate about whether carnival is a liberating social ritual.

New Issue of Sibirica: Indigenous Methodology in the Study of the Native Peoples of Siberia

The new issue of Sibirica has published!

Volume 17, Issue 3: Indigenous Methodology in the Study of the Native Peoples of Siberia

Introduction

Indigenous Methodology, Uliana Vinokurova

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Articles

Indigenous Peoples of Siberia and the Challenges of the Twenty-First Century, Uliana Vinokurova

http://bit.ly/2Ua5ZCI

New Issue of Sibirica: Indigenous Methodology in the Study of the Native Peoples of Siberia

The new issue of Sibirica has published!

Volume 17, Issue 3: Indigenous Methodology in the Study of the Native Peoples of Siberia

Introduction

Indigenous Methodology, Uliana Vinokurova

http://bit.ly/2RcMI1G

Articles

Indigenous Peoples of Siberia and the Challenges of the Twenty-First Century, Uliana Vinokurova

http://bit.ly/2Ua5ZCI

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