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Religious Cultures of African and African Diaspora People
Passages and Afterworlds: Anthropological Perspectives on Death in the Caribbean
Duke University Press
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Of Vital Spirit and Precarious Bodies in Amerindian Socialities
George Mentore, 2018. "Of Vital Spirit and Precarious Bodies in Amerindian Socialities", Passages and Afterworlds: Anthropological Perspectives on Death in the Caribbean, Maarit Forde, Yanique Hume
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