Death among the azande of the Sudan.pdf

Death among the azande of the Sudan

Filiberto Giorgetti

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Perhaps more than any other aspect of life in South Sudan, it is marriage that shapes a woman's ... dissolution of marriages by divorce or death. The research for this chapter ... Man and woman among the Azande. London: Faber and Faber. With the death of Sir Edward Evans-Pritchard in September last, in his seventy- third ... in several parts of East and North Africa, but mainly in the Southern Sudan . ... that first must come his two great ethnographies, on the Azande and the Nuer.

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Death among the azande of the Sudan.pdf

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Sofi Voighua

Zande, also called Azande, also spelled Asande, a people of Central Africa who speak a language of the Adamawa-Ubangi branch of the Niger-Congo language family.Extending across the Nile-Congo drainage divide, they live partly in South Sudan, partly in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and partly in the Central African Republic.The regions they inhabit, savanna in the north and rainforest c. a person accused of willing death in another person. The study of witchcraft among the Azande of southern Sudan was conducted in the 1920s by: d. E. E. Evans-Pritchard. All of the following are true about mangu, the cause of witchcraft among the Azande, except:

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Mattio Mazio

Azande of the Sudan warriors ca. 1878 It is beyond question that male homosexuality, or rather a sexual relationship between young warriors and boys, was common in pre-European days among the Azande, and as Czekanowski (1924:56), citing Junker (1892: 3-4), has pointed out, there is no reason to suppose that it was introduced by Arabs as some have thought.

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Noels Schulzzi

... the Azande. The study examines the impact of witchcraft in a Sudanese community. ... The Azande use witchcraft to explain unfortunate events, such as death. kes complicated the occupation of the Sudan the completion of the life history of the parasite. Great Britain and Egypt in ... time of King Leopold I, who died in 1910. the disease. ... Tembura to Meridi the people are the Azande, one of the largestย ...

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Jason Statham

Perhaps more than any other aspect of life in South Sudan, it is marriage that shapes a woman's ... dissolution of marriages by divorce or death. The research for this chapter ... Man and woman among the Azande. London: Faber and Faber. With the death of Sir Edward Evans-Pritchard in September last, in his seventy- third ... in several parts of East and North Africa, but mainly in the Southern Sudan . ... that first must come his two great ethnographies, on the Azande and the Nuer.

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Jessica Kolhmann

19/06/2012ย ยท E.E. Evans-Pritchard was one of the founding researchers and practices of social anthropology. He focused specifically on African cultures. Evans-Pritchard's book Witchcraft, Oracles and Magic Among the Azande explores the beliefs and rites of the Azande group in Sudan, Africa. In it, Evans-Pritchard observes the Azande relationship to 'magic' and how this relationship influences the social The Azande are sedentary horticulturalists who cultivate maize, millet, gourds, pumpkins, manioc, and bananas, as well as raise chickens. They supplement their diets by hunting and gathering. The Azande govern their independent groups through chiefdom level groups that are divided by the noble class, known as the Avongara, and the commoners. Both of these classes are led by a chief who is the