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Vol 2, no 1 (2008): Indigenous Religions and Environments: Intersections of Animism and Nature Conservation

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
Bron Taylor 5
Indigenous Nature Reverence and Conservation: Seven Ways of Transcending an Unnecessary Dichotomy PDF
Jeffrey Snodgrass , Kristina Tiedje 6-29

Articles

Of Leopards and Other Lovely Frightful Things: The Environmental Ethics of Indigenous Rajasthani Shamans PDF
Jeffrey Snodgrass , Satish Kumar Sharma , Yuvraj Singh Jhala , Michael G. Lacy , Mohan Advani , N. K. Bhargava , Chakrapani Upadhyay 30-54
Relational Epistemology, Immediacy, and Conservation: Or, What Do the Nayaka Try to Conserve? PDF
Nurit Bird-David , Danny Naveh 55-73
Where Spirit and Bulldozer Roam: Environmenta and Anxiety in Highland Borneo PDF
Matthew Amster 74-92
Situating the Corn Child: Articulating Animism and Conservation from a Nahua Perspective PDF
Kristina Tiedje 93-115
The Conflicting Relationships of Sherpas to Nature: Indigenous or Western Ecology? PDF
Lionel Obadia 116-134
Nature is Relative: Religious Affiliation, Environmental Attitudes, and Political Constraints on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation PDF
Kathleen Pickering , Benjamin Jewell 135-158



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