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北美印第安人萨满文化研究 专著;宗教学 VIP

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李楠   社会科学文献出版社  2019-10 出版
ISBN:978-7-5097-8268-2
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美洲印第安人,西伯利亚土著民族,北欧萨米人,南亚地区的一些族群以及东北亚地区的诸多民族都信仰或曾经信仰萨满教。最近30年来,中国学者主要致力于中国各个民族萨满文化的考察和研究,取得了很大的进展和成就,但是对于国外萨满文化的考察与国外萨满文化研究的历史和现状则很少涉猎。本书的目的在于分析北美印第安人萨满文化,除了要对北美印第安人萨满文化的一般性特征进行说明外,还论证了该地区萨满文化特殊性。
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  • 前言
  • 绪论
    1. 一 选题意义与目的
    2. 二 北美印第安人萨满文化研究回顾
    3. 三 研究方法
  • 第一章 北美印第安人及其文化生境
    1. 第一节 北美印第安人及其原初的社会生活形态
    2. 第二节 殖民接触后的历史遭遇与命运
  • 第二章 北美印第安人的萨满教观念体系
    1. 第一节 宇宙观
    2. 第二节 灵魂观
    3. 第三节 神灵观
  • 第三章 北美印第安人萨满及其特征
    1. 第一节 萨满及其与神灵交际的特征
    2. 第二节 北美印第安人萨满类型
    3. 第三节 北美印第安人萨满的功能
    4. 第四节 北美印第安人萨满服饰与器具
  • 第四章 当代乔克托人萨满及其萨满文化实践
    1. 第一节 乔克托人的历史与文化变迁
    2. 第二节 乔克托人女萨满——苏珊
    3. 第三节 苏珊的神灵世界与医疗实践
  • 结语
  • 附录
  • 后记
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