Archaeological Approaches to Shamanism Mind-Body, Nature, and Culture
Archaeological Approaches to Shamanism: Mind-Body, Nature, and Culture by Emilia Pásztor, Herman Bender, George Nash), Dragos Gheorghiu
English | October 1st, 2017 | ISBN: 1527500071 | 281 Pages | PDF | 2.74 MB
This long awaited book discusses both ancient and modern shamanism, demonstrating its longevity and spatial distribution. The book is divided into eleven thought-provoking chapters that are organised into three sections: mind-body, nature, and culture. It discusses the clear associations with this sometimes little-understood ritualised practice, and asks what shamanism is and if tangible evidence can be extracted from a largely fragmentary archaeological record.
The book offers a novel portrayal of the material culture of shamanism by collating carefully selected studies by specialists from three different continents, promoting a series of new perspectives on this idiosyncratic and sometimes intangible phenomenon.
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