Black religion and the imagination of matter in the Atlantic World

Studying black religion : contacts/exchanges and continuities/discontinuities -- The age of discovery and the emergence of the Atlantic world -- The imagination of matter in the Atlantic world's political economy -- Being, nothingness, and the "signification of silence" in African Ame...

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Main Author: Noel, James A. 1948-
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: New York, NY Palgrave Macmillan 2009
Edition:1. ed.
Series/Journal:Black religion, womanist thought, social justice
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Atlantic / Afro-American syncretism / Black theology
Further subjects:B Long, Charles H
B Blacks Religion
B African Americans Religion
B Africa Religion
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Summary:Studying black religion : contacts/exchanges and continuities/discontinuities -- The age of discovery and the emergence of the Atlantic world -- The imagination of matter in the Atlantic world's political economy -- Being, nothingness, and the "signification of silence" in African American religious consciousness -- Epistemologies opaque : conjuring, conjecture, and the problematic of Nat Turner's Biblical hermeneutic -- The mulatto as material/sexual site of modernity's contacts and exchanges -- "The signification of silence" revisited : African American art and hermeneutics -- The meaning of the moan and significance of the shout in Black worship and culture and memory and hope -- The salsa/jazz/blues idiom and Creolization in the Atlantic world
Item Description:Formerly CIP Uk. - Includes bibliographical references (p. [213]-218) and index. - Studying black religion : contacts/exchanges and continuities/discontinuities -- The age of discovery and the emergence of the Atlantic world -- The imagination of matter in the Atlantic world's political economy -- Being, nothingness, and the "signification of silence" in African American religious consciousness -- Epistemologies opaque : conjuring, conjecture, and the problematic of Nat Turner's Biblical hermeneutic -- The mulatto as material/sexual site of modernity's contacts and exchanges -- "The signification of silence" revisited : African American art and hermeneutics -- The meaning of the moan and significance of the shout in Black worship and culture and memory and hope -- The salsa/jazz/blues idiom and Creolization in the Atlantic world
ISBN:0230615066