Shamanism Religious Renewal and Empowerment in Indigenous Societies
Two thematic sections in this issue engage with contemporary theoretical and topical issues. First, Frédéric Laugrand and Robert Crépeau guest-edit a fascinating set of articles on shamanism, a topic long central to anthropological theory and analysis. These articles move us to (re)consider shamanism in contemporary ethnographic contexts of changing cosmologies. The second thematic section, edited by Brian Noble, explores ‘‘the contours of research praxes for anthropologists and other engaged scholars committed to strengthening anti-colonial and decolonial engagement in settler–Indigenous encounters.’’. To look at the table of content, click here. To subscribe to Anthropologica, click here!
Editors: Naomi McPherson, Alicia Sliwinski, with the collaboration of Jasmin Habib