Analysing allerzielen alom

Material culture in an emerging rite

William R. Arfman | 2011

Since 2005 Dutch artists Ida van der Lee’s Allerzielen Alom (or All Souls’ All around) project, as well as its various offshoots, have flowered throughout...


Animism of the Nilothics and Discourses of Islamic Fundamentalism in Sudan

Kuel Maluil Jok | 2011

This book provides a comprehensive analysis of Animism as a religion and a culture of the Nilotic peoples of the Upper River Nile in modern ‘Southern Sudan’. It gives an account of how the Animistic ritual performances of the divine...


Sharing Knowledge and Cultural Heritage: First Nations of the Americas

Studies in Collaboration with Indigenous Peoples from Greenland, North and South America

Edited by Laura van Broekhoven, Cunera Buijs & Pieter Hovens | 2010

Sharing Knowledge & Cultural Heritage (SK&CH), First Nations of the Americas, testifies to the growing commitment of museum professionals in the twenty-first century to share...


Ani-La

The nuns from Redna Menling

Joke van de Belt | 2010

‘No, but we are different. Tonpa Sherab treated men and women in the same way, he passed on his teachings to both men and women...


Candi, Space and Landscape

A study on the distribution, orientation and spatial organization of Central Javanese temple remains

Véronique Degroot | 2009

Central Javanese temples were not built anywhere and anyhow. On the contrary: their positions within the landscape and their architectural designs were determined by socio-cultural,...


The Expression & Perception of Space in Wayana

Karen Hough | 2008

Until recently it was assumed that all cultures perceive and express ‘space’ from the ego. However, this belief in a universal phenomenological bias is currently being challenged by many linguists from several disciplines, who believe that space can also be...


Visiting the Calvario at Mitla, Oaxaca

A critical look at the continuity of a religious practice

William R. Arfman | 2008

In the centre of the Mexican town of Mitla stands a run-down chapel on an overgrown pre-colonial pyramid. The chapel, housing three crosses, is the...


Analysing allerzielen alom

Material culture in an emerging rite

William R. Arfman | 2011

Since 2005 Dutch artists Ida van der Lee’s Allerzielen Alom (or All Souls’ All around) project, as well as its various offshoots, have flowered throughout...


Animism of the Nilothics and Discourses of Islamic Fundamentalism in Sudan

Kuel Maluil Jok | 2011

This book provides a comprehensive analysis of Animism as a religion and a culture of the Nilotic peoples of the Upper River Nile in modern ‘Southern Sudan’. It gives an account of how the Animistic ritual performances of the divine...


Sharing Knowledge and Cultural Heritage: First Nations of the Americas

Studies in Collaboration with Indigenous Peoples from Greenland, North and South America

Edited by Laura van Broekhoven, Cunera Buijs & Pieter Hovens | 2010

Sharing Knowledge & Cultural Heritage (SK&CH), First Nations of the Americas, testifies to the growing commitment of museum professionals in the twenty-first century to share...


Ani-La

The nuns from Redna Menling

Joke van de Belt | 2010

‘No, but we are different. Tonpa Sherab treated men and women in the same way, he passed on his teachings to both men and women...


Candi, Space and Landscape

A study on the distribution, orientation and spatial organization of Central Javanese temple remains

Véronique Degroot | 2009

Central Javanese temples were not built anywhere and anyhow. On the contrary: their positions within the landscape and their architectural designs were determined by socio-cultural,...


The Expression & Perception of Space in Wayana

Karen Hough | 2008

Until recently it was assumed that all cultures perceive and express ‘space’ from the ego. However, this belief in a universal phenomenological bias is currently being challenged by many linguists from several disciplines, who believe that space can also be...


Visiting the Calvario at Mitla, Oaxaca

A critical look at the continuity of a religious practice

William R. Arfman | 2008

In the centre of the Mexican town of Mitla stands a run-down chapel on an overgrown pre-colonial pyramid. The chapel, housing three crosses, is the...





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