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Explorations in Sights and Sounds
John A. Grim utilizes the methodology of the fields of anthropology, mythology, psychology, and sociology to elucidate the religious meaning of shamanism as exemplified in Siberian and Ojibway societies. Although shamans have long been viewed as primordial religious personalities, a comprehensive interpretation of the shamanic religious experience has been lacking. This book provides important insights that will be of interest to scholars and general readers interested in the American Indian religious experience.
Copyright, ©EES, The National Association for Ethnic Studies, 1987