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New age in Latin America : popular variations and ethnic appropriations /

edited by Renée de la Torre, Cristina Gutiérrez Zúñiga, Nahayeilli B. Juárez Huet ; translated from the Spanish by Nicholas Barrett.

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Names: Torre, Renée de la, | Gutiérrez Zúñiga, Cristina, | Juárez Huet, Nahayeilli,
Published: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2016]
Series: Religion in the Americas series ; v. 16.
Topics: New Age movement - Latin America. | Spiritual life - New Age movement. | Christianity and other religions - New Age movement. | New Age.
Regions: Latin America - Religion. | Latin America. | Lateinamerika.
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245 10|aNew age in Latin America :|bpopular variations and ethnic appropriations /|cedited by Renée de la Torre, Cristina Gutiérrez Zúñiga, Nahayeilli B. Juárez Huet ; translated from the Spanish by Nicholas Barrett.
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490 1 |aReligion in the Americas series,|x1542-1279 ;|vVOLUME 16
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 |aPart 1: Debates on the interaction between New Age and local Latin American cultures. 1. Indo-and Afro-American religiosities, and circuits of New Age spirituality / Renée de la Torre -- 2. Logics and limits of New Age appropriations: Where syncretism comes to an end / Alejandro Frigerio -- Part 2: Latin American neo-shamanisms. 3. The New Age movement and urban shamanism in Brazil / José Guilherme Cantor Magnani -- 4. Engo- and exo-shamanism in Mexico: Doctrines disputing over 'ethnic spirituality' / Jacques Galinier -- 5. The thirteen grandmothers of the world: An example of cosmopolitan shamanism / María Teresa Rodríguez -- 6. Strategies for resistance and the negotiation of cultural goods in Wixaritari shamanism: Processes of articulation / Alejandra Aguilar Ros -- Part 3: Popular medicines, healing and New Age therapy circuits. 7. Catholicism and the New Age: A cure through liberation and finding oneself, in a charismatic Catholic ritual / Carlos Alberto Steil -- 8. Santeria and New Age: Interactions, limits and complementarities / Nahayeilli B. Juárez Huet -- 9. The journey of San Simón from Guatemala to the United States: Precesses of reappropriation of a popular saint of Guatemala / Sylvie Pédron Colombani -- 10. Post-colonial narratives: The resignifying of the Aztec Conchero dance as a New Age therapeutic practice in Mexico and Spain / Cristina Gutiérrez Zúñiga -- 11. Unconventional religiosities and the New Age in Vale do Amanhecer (the Valley of the Dawn), Brasilia / Deis Siqueira -- Part 4: Ethnic traditions and New Age. 12. The process of resignifying the traditional religions, and new spiritual currents in Brazilian society / Silas Guerriero -- 13. The invention of Andean New Age: The globalization of tradition / Antoinette Molinié -- 14. The reinterpretation of Oxlajuj b'aqtun in Guatemala: between the New Age and Mayan reconstitution / Santiago Bastos, Marcelo Zamora and Engel Tally -- 15. The Conchero dance and the conquest of cyberspace / Renée de la Torre and Lizette Campechano -- Final notes / Cristina Gutiérrez Zúñiga and Renée de la Torre.
520 |aThis book is at the crossroads where a New Age sensibility, advancing like an ecumen of worldwide spirituality without national, cultural, or ecclesiastical frontiers, meets Latin America's syncretic religions, practiced by groups of people with African or indigenous roots or developed from the tradition of popular Catholicism. The Syncretic character of the two sensibilities makes both the New Age and popular religion behave like two, syncretizing and syncreticizable matrices of meaning. This book opens up a rich vein of debate with new dilemmas and discussions, that will provide a framework for a new field of study in anthropology. What new ways of signifying living and experiencing religion is the New Age generating in Latin America? What are its limits? (Publisher).
546 |aTranslated from the Spanish.
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