Afro-Cuban Religions por Miguel Barnet

Afro-Cuban Religions por Miguel Barnet

Titulo del libro: Afro-Cuban Religions

Autor: Miguel Barnet

Número de páginas: 160 páginas

Fecha de lanzamiento: August 31, 2001

ISBN: 1558762558

Editor: Markus Wiener Publishing Inc

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Afro - Afro-Cuban religion can be broken down into three main currents: Santería, Palo Monte, and Abakuá, and include individuals of all origins. Santería is syncretized with Roman Catholicism. The Abakuá religion is a secret society for men, similar to the freemason orders of Europe.. Afro - Cubans from many different walks of life find inspiration in orisha religion, an Afro-Cuban spiritual practice sometimes called Santería.. Santeria/Afro - Contemporary Afro-Cuban religion has three main practices: Santeria, Palo Monte, and Abakuá. The first two are largely syncretized with Catholicism, African elements outweighing the Catholic ones, while Abakuá is a secret society for men.. Afro - African-derived religions enrich all aspects of Cuba's social, cultural, and everyday life, and encompass all ethnic and social groups. This work discusses the roles of music and dance as forms of Cuban religious expression and describes the specific instruments and symbols they employ.. Afro - While he provides a sound history of Afro-Cuban religions and quotes extensively from scholarly sources, Barnet does not include information on the number of adherents practicing these religions in Cuba today. This will be a useful addition to anthropology and religion collections in academic libraries.. Afro - UM religion experts discuss how Afro-Cuban religions have survived and evolved from its early roots in the slave trade to the Cuban diaspora. O n an island where religion has been oppressed for the past 60 years, practicing your religious faith now in Cuba seems to be a little easier.. Afrocuban - The rituals of initiation vary within the Afro-Cuban religion according to the rule they are part of (Ocha, Palo Monte or Abakuá). Even depending on the hierarchy and faculties the devotee will assume from that moment to his/her death.. Afro - Afro-Cuban Religions [Miguel Barnet] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. African-derived religions enrich all aspects of Cuba's social, cultural, and everyday life, and encompass all ethnic and social groups.. Afro - After Cuba's Communist revolution in 1959, religious leaders were called all sorts of things, including "social scum". Authorities even cancelled Christmas in the mostly Catholic country. But as . Afro - After Cuba’s Communist revolution in 1959, religious leaders were called all sorts of things, including “social scum”. Authorities even cancelled Christmas in the mostly Catholic country. But as Ed Augustin reports, Cuba is changing, and today, Afro-Cuban religions are making a comeback..