Lecture Notes - Foraging Religion

Lecture Notes - Foraging Religion - 12 Spiritual invocation...

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Making of the Modern World 1: Prehistory and the Birth of Civilization Professor Scott L. Vandehey Fall 2008, Track D “A Foraging Religion” Oct. 22 th , 2008 First Midterm 0. Friday, Oct. 24 th 1. Section D01 (Wed 4:00) 0. Take exam in WLH 2115 2. Material through BaMbuti 3. Scantron 1. Green 2. Half sheet, 50 questions per side 3. Form 882-ES 4. Large themes first 5. Supporting details second The Molimo 6. Religious ceremony… but so much more 4. Ceremony 5. Instrument 6. Spirit of the forest 7. Performed when “something is going wrong” 8. Collective fire 9. Collection of offerings 10. Singing and performing the sound of the forest 11. Morning rampage Social function of Molimo
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Unformatted text preview: 12. Spiritual invocation of the forest 13. Performed when 7. Hunting is bad 8. Someone is sick 9. Someone has died 14. Based on Collective Action 10. Fire 11. Food 12. Performance 13. Forced participation Spiritual invocation of the forest 15. BaMbuti see themselves as children. 16. BaMbuti see the forest as their mother because it provides everything they need. 17. Social cooperation is really providing most of what they need. 18. The forest mother is a metaphor for BaMbuti social relations and BaMbuti society. 19. Religion is functioning to hold society together....
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