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Religion, diaspora and cultural identity

a reader in the Anglophone Caribbean

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Published by Gordon and Breach Publishers in Amsterdam, The Netherlands .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Caribbean Area,
  • Caribbean Area.
    • Subjects:
    • Religion and culture -- Caribbean Area.,
    • Group identity -- Caribbean Area.,
    • Caribbean Area -- Religion.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by John W. Pulis ; foreword by John F. Szwed ; afterword by Richard Price.
      SeriesLibrary of anthropology,, v. 14
      ContributionsPulis, John W.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBL2565 .R45 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 417 p. :
      Number of Pages417
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3629745M
      ISBN 10905700545X, 9057005468
      LC Control Number2002421295
      OCLC/WorldCa40684494

      He teaches at the Divinity School of the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. His research interests include: the African diaspora, new African religious movements, and religion and globalization. He is the author of Celestial Church of Christ: the Politics of Cultural Identity in a West African Prophetic-Charismatic Movement (). Cultural Identity and Diaspora Stuart Hall A new cinema of the Caribbean is emerging, joining the company of the other `Third Cinemas'. It is related to, but different from, the vibrant film and other forms of visual representation of the Afro-Caribbean (and Asian) `blacks' of the diasporas of the West -File Size: KB.

      Religious identity is a specific type of identity ularly, it is the sense of group membership to a religion and the importance of this group membership as it pertains to one's ous identity is not necessarily the same as religiousness or gh these three terms share a commonality, religiousness and religiosity refer to both the value of. For some Marxists, issues of culture, identity and representation are secondary. In this research note, I analytically reflect on Stuart Hall’s () canonical essay “Cultural Identity and Diaspora,” which stresses that these are significant concerns for anyone struggling for liberation.

      A diaspora (/ d aɪ ˈ æ s p ə r ə /) is a scattered population whose origin lies in a separate geographic locale. Historically, the word diaspora was used to refer to the involuntary mass dispersion of a population from its indigenous territories, in particular the dispersion of Jews. This has since changed, and today there is no set definition of the term because its modern meaning has. Identity can be defined by cultural classification which includes nationality race, religion, gender and social characteristics which includes show more content “cultural values and behaviors, sense of group membership and minority status experience (Haji et al ).Social identity theory (SIT) given by Tajfel and Turner,


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This text is a much-needed and long overdue addition to Caribbean studies and the exploration of ideas, beliefs, and religious practices of Caribbean folk in diaspora and at home. Drawing upon ethnographic and historical research in a variety of contexts and settings.

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Book Description. Although the religions of the Caribbean have been a subject of popular media, there have been few ethnographic publications. This text is a much-needed and long overdue addition to Caribbean studies and the exploration of ideas, beliefs, and religious practices of Caribbean folk in diaspora and at home.

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By J.W. by: Religion, diaspora, and cultural identity: an introduction / John W. Pulis --Religion in the anglophone Caribbean: historical overview / Robert J. Steward --West Indian American day: becoming a tile in the "gorgeous mosaic" / Philip W.

Scher --Cultural encounters in the diaspora: Suriname Creole religion in the Netherlands / Ineke van Wetering. Over the last decade, concepts of diaspora and locality have gained complex new meanings in political discourse as well as in social and cultural studies.

Diaspora, in particular, has acquired new meanings related to notions such as global deterritorialization, transnational migration and cultural authors discuss the key concepts and theory, focus on the meaning of religion both.

Diaspora, in particular, has acquired new meanings related to notions such as global deterritorialization, transnational migration and cultural hybridity. The authors discuss the key concepts and theory, focus on the meaning of religion both as a factor in forming diasporic social organisations, as well as shaping and maintaining diasporic.

Religion, Diaspora and Cultural Identity: A Reader in the Anglophone Caribbean (LIBRARY OF ANTHROPOLOGY) [Pulis, J.W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Religion, Diaspora and Cultural Identity: A Reader in the Anglophone Caribbean (LIBRARY OF ANTHROPOLOGY)Cited by: Diaspora, in particular, has acquired new meanings related to notions such as global deterritorialization, transnational migration and cultural authors discuss the key concepts and theory, focus on the meaning of religion both as a factor in forming diasporic social organisations, as well as shaping and maintaining diasporic.

Diaspora, in particular, has acquired new meanings related to notions such as global deterritorialization, transnational migration and cultural hybridity. The authors discuss the key concepts and theory, focus on the meaning of religion both as a factor in forming diasporic social organisations, as well as shaping and maintaining diasporic Brand: Taylor And Francis.

Diaspora, in particular, has acquired new meanings related to notions such as global deterritorialization, transnational migration and cultural hybridity.

The authors discuss the key concepts and theory, focus on the meaning of religion both as a factor in forming diasporic social organisations, as well as shaping and maintaining diasporic Cited by: Religion, Identity, Diaspora. Religion has always been bound up with migration, identity and the cultures of diaspora communities.

Some religions have spread because of the desire of a few committed people to take their beliefs and practices to those in distant towns and cities and in other countries. The Bible and Islam, or, The influence of the Old and New Testaments on the religion of Mohammed; From Mounds to Megachurches: Georgia's Religious Heritage; War and Religion: An Encyclopedia of Faith and Conflict [3 volumes] Extra resources for Religion, Diaspora and Cultural Identity: A Reader in the Anglophone Caribbean (Library of Anthropology,)4/5(27).

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This text is a much. This book analyses the Uyghur community, presenting a brief historical background of the Uyghurs and debating the challenges of emerging Uyghur nationalism in the early 20 th century.

It elaborates on key issues within the community, such as the identity and current state of religion and worship. The analytical focus of the book is the formation of West Indian religiosity in the diaspora- and, indeed, as Aisha Khan puts it forcefully in her contribution, of the very idea of religion itself, constructed as a cultural and an analytical domain separate from other domains of social : WM Maurer.

In contrast, “diaspora” tends to be used in American studies and cultural studies scholarship as a term that runs against the grain of any fixed notion of belonging; cultural identity is thereby understood as necessarily “unstable points of identification or suture,” as Stuart Hall puts it:.

Religion and Diaspora Steven Vertovec, University of Oxford identity and a measure of communal cohesion. The central question for diaspora reappropriated and redefined the term as a new tool in cultural politics (Cohen ).

Diaspora discourse has been adopted to move collective identit y .Diasporic cultural identity is not 'a sort of collective one true self' (Hall, ) nor is it fixed over time, but draws on both evolving homeland and hostland cultures, is hybrid in nature Author: Cristina-Georgiana Voicu.

Based on a previously unexplored source, this book transforms the way we think about the formation of Jewish identity This book tells the story of the earliest Jewish diaspora in Egypt in a way it has never been told before. In the fifth century BCE there was a .