African Religions By Olupona, Jacob K. Show all copies. Jacob K. Olupona is Professor of African Religious Traditions at Harvard Divinity School, with a joint appointment as Professor of African and African American Studies in Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences. OLUPONA: Indigenous African religions refer to the indigenous or native religious beliefs of the African people before the Christian and Islamic colonization of Africa. This course is a basic introduction to the history and phenomenology of traditional religions of the African peoples. Author Information. [9], He graduated from the University in 1975 and did his National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) in Ilorin. 1. Jacob K. Olupona is Professor of African Religious Traditions at Harvard Divinity School, with a joint appointment as Professor of African and African American Studies in … OLUPONA Curriculum Vitae Professor of African and African-American Studies, Faculty of Arts & Sciences Professor of Religion, Harvard Divinity School Harvard University, Cambridge, MA02138 ADDRESS Office: Department of African and African American Studies, Harvard University Barker Center 12 Quincy Street Cambridge, MA 02138 Phone: 617.495.0354 Fax: 617.496.2871 Email: olupona… Retrouvez African Religions: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Olupona, Jacob K. (2014) Paperback et des millions de livres en stock sur Amazon.fr. [10] During his service year in Ilorin, the host Governor of Kwara state, Colonel Ibrahim Taiwo was killed in a military coup as well as General Murtala Muhammed which filled the nation with unease in 1976. African traditional religion refers to the indigenous or autochthonous religions of the African people. In addition to exploring indigenous religions, Olupona examines the ways Islam and Christianity as outside … Les meilleures offres pour Olupona, Jacob K.-African Religions BOOK NEUF sont sur eBay Comparez les prix et les spécificités des produits neufs et d'occasion Pleins d'articles en livraison gratuite! Indigenous African religions are by nature plural, varied, and usually informed by one’s ethnic identity, where one’s family came from in Africa. [1], Jacob K. Olupona is a scholar of indigenous African religions who came to Harvard after serving as a professor at the University of California, Davis. [5] He has served on the editorial boards of three journals and as president of the African Association for the Study of Religion. $75.00 cloth, $23.00 paper", "Kingship, religion, and rituals in a Nigerian community : a phenomenological study of Ondo Yoruba festivals / / by Jacob K. 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It deals with their cosmology, ritual practices, symbols, arts, society, and so on. Olupona is completing a book titled The City of 201 Gods: Ile-Ife in Time, Space and the Imagination. The book provides balanced and in-depth material that enables th It focuses on the diversity of ethnic groups, languages, cultures, and worldviews, emphasizing the continent's regional diversity. By Jacob K. Olupona. African Religions: A Very Short Introduction answers this question by examining primarily indigenous religious traditions on the African continent, as well as exploring Christianity and Islam. Jacob K. Olupona is Professor of African Religious Traditions and Chair of the Committee on African studies at the Harvard Divinity School with a joint appointment as Professor of African and African American Studies in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University. Jacob K. Olupona, who joined Harvard in 2006, is a noted scholar of indigenous African religions who came to Harvard from the University of California, Davis. The memorial church service held for the general and the preaching of an Anglican Priest in the event heightened his scholarly imagination. [3], He has authored or edited seven other books, including Kingship, Religion, and Rituals in a Nigerian Community: A Phenomenological Study of Ondo Yoruba Festivals, which has been used for ethnographic research among Yoruba-speaking communities. Noté /5. As he grew older, the perception of multi-religious traditions of Islam, Christianity and indigenous religion opened spaces for the drive for his early scholarship on the ideology and rituals of Yoruba sacred kingship. It focuses on the diversity of people, ethnic groups, languages, cultures, ethos, and worldviews. African Religions Michael D. Jackson. [2], He is working on a study of the religious practices of the estimated one million Africans who have emigrated to the United States over the last 40 years, examining in particular several populations that remain relatively invisible in the American religious landscape: "reverse missionaries" who have come to the U.S. to establish churches, African Pentecostals in American congregations, American branches of independent African churches, and indigenous African religious communities in the U.S. His earlier research includes African spirituality and ritual practices, spirit possession, Pentecostalism, Yoruba festivals, animal symbolism, icons, phenomenology, and religious pluralism in Africa and the Americas. [1], In his forthcoming book Ile-Ife: The City of 201 Gods, he examines the modern urban mixing of ritual, royalty, gender, class, and power, and how the structure, content, and meaning of religious beliefs and practices permeate daily life. In addition to exploring indigenous religions, Olupona examines the ways Islam and Christianity as outside … New York, NY: New York University Press, 2007. viii + 352 pp. These events made him appreciate his own religious background and the freedom of worship in southwestern Nigeria. Indigenous African religions are by nature plural, varied, and usually informed by one’s ethnic identity, where one’s family came from in Africa. • African Immigrant Religions in America (New York University 2007) Some have even won awards in this field. By Jacob K. Olupona. His publications include African Traditional Religions in Contemporary Society; African Spirituality: Forms, Meanings, and Expressions; and Beyond Primitivism: Indigenous Religions and Modernity. mjackson@hds.harvard.edu. African Traditional Religions in Contemporary Society. Very Short Introductions. Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en 1 jour ou en magasin avec -5% de réduction . African Religions: A Very Short Introduction answers this question by examining primarily indigenous religious traditions on the African continent, as well as exploring Christianity and Islam. Some Notes on Animal Symbolism in African Religion and Culture. Read preview. He received the John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship in 1997 and was the Davidson Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Humanities at the International University of Florida, Miami, in 1999. [8] The many religious activities and denominations he experienced in the villages, towns and cities he grew up in interested him, greatly. Retrouvez African Religions: A Very Short Introduction et des millions de livres en stock sur Amazon.fr. Hello Select your address Best Sellers Today's Deals Electronics Customer Service Books New Releases Home Computers Gift Ideas Gift Cards Sell Selling of traditional and local medicine is also done by women. Jacob K. Olupona is Professor of African and African American studies, Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Professor of African Religious Traditions, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard University. HDS 3690This course is a basic introduction to the history and phenomenology of traditional religions of the African peoples. Jacob K. Olupona, who joined the Faculty of Divinity and Faculty of Arts and Sciences in 2006, is a noted scholar of indigenous African religions. In addition to myths and deities, Olupona focuses on the people central to African religions, including medicine men and women, rainmakers, witches, magicians, and divine kings, and how they serve as authority figures and intermediaries between the social world and the cosmic realm. [1], Jacob K. Olupona was born into a family where the lineages of both parents were well known Anglican and non-Anglican priests. African religions, Jacob K. Olupona, Oxford Press Libri. Using diverse methodological and theoretical approaches, the course will explore various forms of experiences and practices that provide a deep understanding and appreciation of the sacred meaning of African existence: myth, ritual arts, and symbols selected from West, East, Central, and Southern Africa. Read preview. Enrollment Limited: No Open to BTI Students: Yes Jointly offered as AAAS 187, 0.50 credits Fall 2010 Tues 3pm-5pm Rockefeller Hall Room 117, Copyright © 2020 The President and Fellows of Harvard College, African and African American Religious Studies, Religious Education and Spiritual Development. African Religions: A Very Short Introduction discusses a wide variety of religious practices, including music and dance, calendrical rituals and festivals, celebrations for the gods' birthdays, and rituals accompanying stages of life such as birth, puberty, marriage, elderhood, and death. [4], Olupona has received grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, the American Philosophical Society, the Ford Foundation, the Davis Humanities Institute, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Wenner-Gren Foundation, and the Getty Foundation. With a grant from the Ford Foundation, Olupona … Because religion is a way of life, it relates to culture and society as they affect the worldview of the African people. African Religions: A Very Short Introduction discusses a wide variety of religious practices, including music and dance, calendrical rituals and festivals, celebrations for the gods' birthdays, and rituals accompanying stages of life such as birth, puberty, marriage, elderhood, and death. 2. Jacob K. Olupona, who joined the Faculty of Divinity and the Faculty of Arts and Sciences in 2006, is a noted scholar of indigenous African religions. African Traditional Religions in Contemporary Society. p: 617-495-3942. Jacob K. Olupona, a noted scholar of indigenous African religions who is currently leading an ambitious study of the religious practices of African émigrés in the United States, has been appointed professor of African and African-American studies and religion in Harvard Universitys Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Harvard Divinity School, effective July 1. OLUPONA: Indigenous African religions refer to the indigenous or native religious beliefs of the African people before the Christian and Islamic colonization of Africa. Available copies. He is the co-editor of a University of Wisconsin book series on African and African Diaspora religions and he recently served as one of the associate editors of the recently published second edition of the Encyclopedia of Religions. Jacob K. Olupona is a Nigerian American professor at the Harvard Divinity School with a joint appointment as Professor of African and African American Studies in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University. Achetez neuf ou d'occasion With a grant from the Ford Foundation, Olupona has been pioneering a new research project on African Immigrant Religious Communities in the United States. Harvard Divinity School 45 Francis Avenue Cambridge MA 02138 office hours: see Harvard Divinity School. By Jacob K. Olupona . Jacob K. Olupona, who joined the Faculty of Divinity and Faculty of Arts and Sciences in 2006, is a noted scholar of indigenous African religions. In African religion, most spiritual processes such as the brewing of beer for rituals, burials and other such functions are conducted by women. Excerpt. Edited by Jacob K. Olupona and Regina Gemignani. Harvard Divinity School . They also lead in song and dance at such events. On Leave Spring 2020 Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Professor of … African American and African Studies Program, University of California at Davis, 467 Ken Hall, Davis, CA 95616 . Distinguished Visiting Professor of World Religions... Read more about Michael D. Jackson. [7], Jacob K. Olupona received his BA from the University of Nigeria and his MA and Ph.D. from Boston University. African Religions: A Very Short Introduction answers this question by examining primarily indigenous religious traditions on the African continent, as well as exploring Christianity and Islam. Search for more papers by this author. For instance, the Yoruba religion has historically been centered in … Achetez neuf ou d'occasion Amazon.fr - African Religions: A Very Short Introduction - Olupona, Jacob K. … African Religions - Olupona, Jacob K. - African Religions - Olupona, Jacob K. - African Religions examines religious traditions on the African continent and diaspora. Jacob Kehinde Olupona. He watched as people mix traditions. They remain the most valuable assets as the custodians of traditional medicines. [11], CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (, The International Journal of African Historical Studies, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, "Olupona named professor of African studies, religion", "Bonds, Boundaries, and Bondage of Faith", "African Immigrant Religions in America. [6] In 2000, Olupona received an honorary doctorate in divinity from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Jacob K. Olupona, who joined the Faculty of Divinity and Faculty of Arts and Sciences in 2006, is a noted scholar of indigenous African religions who came to Harvard from the University of California, Davis. No cover image. African Religions: A Very Short Introduction offers a wide-ranging look at the myriad indigenous religious traditions on the African continent, drawing on archeological research, historical evidence, ethnographic studies, and archival materials. 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