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Afro-Cuban diasporan religions: a comparative analysis of the literature and selected annotated bibliography [faculty publication]

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Afro-Cuban diasporan religions: a comparative analysis of the literature and selected annotated bibliography [faculty publication], 2000 | University of Miami University Archives

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Title: Afro-Cuban diasporan religions: a comparative analysis of the literature and selected annotated bibliography [faculty publication], 2000Add to your cart.

ID: ASU0191

Creator: Sanchez, Sara M.

Extent: 1.0 Items

Formats/Genres: Annotated bibliographies, Comparative analysis, Essays, Informational works

Languages: English

Abstract

The 74-page publication "Afro-Cuban diasporan religions: a comparative analysis of the literature and selected annotated bibliography" was written by Sara M. Sanchez, who was Associate Professor and Caribbean/Latin American Bibliographer, Richter Library, University of Miami in August 2000.

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The 74-page publication "Afro-Cuban diasporan religions: a comparative analysis of the literature and selected annotated bibliography" was written by Sara M. Sanchez, who was Associate Professor and Caribbean/Latin American Bibliographer, Richter Library, University of Miami.

It was published by the Institute for Cuban & Cuban-American Studies under Occasional Paper Series in August 2000.

Biographical Note

Sara M. Sanchez was Associate Professor and Caribbean/Latin American Bibliographer, Richter Library, University of Miami.

Subject/Index Terms

African diaspora in art
Blacks - Cuba - Folklore
Blacks - Cuba - Religion
Sanchez, Sara M.
Santeria - Cuba - History
Santeria in art
Sociedad Abakuá (Cuba)
University of Miami - Faculty
University of Miami - Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies
Yoruba (African people) - Folklore
Yoruba (African people) - Religion




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