The Old German Baptist Brethren: Faith, Farming, and Change

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Theological discourse was thus only human discourse. The film documents and explains the intricacies of these funeral rites and Balinese-Hindu beliefs about death. Then, not only will Polanyi’s ideas receive more favourable attention, as they already have in some quarters, but the urgent need to review the institutional basis of economy may stimulate anthropologists to renewed efforts. He uncovers a tale of early African civilization, the looting of treasures and suppression of traditions by colonial powers, and the amazing persistence of an African artistic vision within a colonial culture....

Pages: 264

Publisher: University of Illinois Press; 1 edition (June 19, 2006)

ISBN: 0252073436

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