By Sandra T. Barnes
The moment version of this landmark paintings is superior via new chapters on Ogun worship within the New international. From stories of the 1st edition:
"... an ethnographically wealthy contribution to the old figuring out of West African tradition, in addition to an exploration of the ongoing energy of that tradition within the altering environments of the Americas." —African stories Review
"... leav[es] the reader with a feeling of the energy, dynamism, and complexity of Ogun and the cultural contexts within which he thrives.... terrific contribution to the literature on Ogun, Yoruba tradition, African religions, and the African diaspora." —International magazine of historic Studies
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Africa’s Ogun, Second, Expanded Edition: Old World and New (African Systems of Thought) by Sandra T. Barnes