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Traditions Of Disbelief Revisited: The Case Of Afro-Dominican Religious Centres In Madrid

AutorSánchez-Carretero, Cristina
Fecha de publicación2013
EditorBrill Academic Publishers
CitaciónSites And Politics Of Religious Diversity In Southern Europe: 37-50 (2013)
SerieInternational Studies in Religion and Society
ResumenThe crossroads between migration and religion has also been explored in detail by anthropologists and sociologists who have studied the consolidation of religious practices after the migratory process as a strategy for obtaining resources, maintaining links with the community of origin, and for the internal organisation of groups of immigrants themselves. This article aims to contribute to this research through an ethnographic study of the resurgence of Afro-Dominican practices in Madrid amongst the so-called "servants or bearers of mysteries" or,as some anthropologists have named them, practising Dominican voodoo worshippers. Specifically, this article aims to explore the symbolic promise these centres offer to female Spanish clients as a way of understanding, within another paradigm, their own experiences in relation to possession.
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