Performance of Healing
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Description: The Performance of Healing covers a wide range of religious, medical and holistic aspects of healing and death. It expands the definition of "cure" from its narrower sense of restoring health to the larger aim of repairing social relations.
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Copyright year: 1996
Publication date: 12/21/1995
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|Initiating Performance: The Story of Chini, a Korean Shaman|
|On Failure and Performance: Throwing the Medium Out of the Seance|
|Imaginal Performance and Memory in Ritual Healing|
|The Poetics of Healing in Malay Shamanistic Performances|
|Sounds and Things: Pulsations of Power in Songhay|
|The Meaning of Nonsense, the Poetics of Embodiment, and the Production of Power in Warao Healing|
|"Pure Products Go Crazy": Rainforest Healing in a Nation-state|
|From Diagnosis to Performance: Medical Practice and the Politics of Exchange in Kodi, West Sumba|
|Dying as Medical Performance: The Oncologist as Charon|