The New World Negro; selected papers in Afroamerican studies. Edited by Frances S. Herskovits.

; Herskovits, Frances S. (Frances Shapiro), 1897-1972, editor
Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1966.

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Other Authors Herskovits, Frances S. 1897-1972,
Subjects Afroamericanos -- Sociologia.
Blacks -- America.
Negros -- Sociología.
Sociologia -- América.
Description xi, 370 pages illustrations 25 cm
Copyright Date 1966.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The Negro in the new world : the statement of a problem (1930) -- The contribution of Afroamerican studies to Africanist research (1948) -- The present status and needs of Afroamerican research (1951) -- Problem, method and theory in Afroamerican studies (1945) -- The hypothetical situation : a technique of field research (1950) -- On some modes of ethnographic comparison (1956) -- A footnote to the history of Negro slaving (1933) -- The significance of West Africa for Negro research (1936) -- What the slaves found in Haiti (1937) -- The ancestry of the American Negro (1938-39) -- The ahistorical approach to Afroamerican studies : a critique (1960) -- Freudian mechanisms in primitive Negro psychology (1934) -- Some psychological implications of Afroamerican studies (1952) -- Bush-negro art (1930) -- What has Africa given America? (1935) -- Some next steps in the study of Negro folklore (1943) -- Drums and drummers in Afrobrazilian cult life (1944).
The southernmost outposts of new world Africanisms (1943) -- The Panan, an African religious rite of transition (1953) -- The social organization of the Candomble (1955) -- Some economic aspects of the Afrobahian Candomble (1958) -- The concept of the soul -- Divination -- Gods and familiar spirits -- Magic, good and evil -- The spirits of the dead -- African gods and Catholic saints in the new world Negro belief (1937) -- The Trindad "shouters" : Protestant-African synthesis (1947) -- What is "voodoo"? (1954).
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)272944
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Herskovits, Melville J. 1895-1963.
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