Peaux blanches, racines noires: Le tourisme chamanique de l'iboga au Gabon

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Par quels processus historiques et culturels un rite initiatique gabonais, le bwiti, réprimé pendant la colonisation, incarne désormais une forme de "chamanisme" africain sur la scène internationale, bénéficiant d'une image enchantée et salvatrice ? Le bwiti, et surtout l'iboga, la plante psychotrope dont on ingère les racines pendant le rituel, sont aujourd'hui réinvestis non seulement par des intellectuels et le gouvernement gabonais, mais aussi par un microcosme franco-gabonais d'initiateurs et d'initiés.
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Publisher
Academia
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Published on
Jan 8, 2015
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Pages
242
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ISBN
9782806107541
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Language
French
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Genres
Social Science / Anthropology / General
Social Science / Sociology / General
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