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  • Dual Cosmology and Ethnic Divergence in an Andean Pilgrimage Cult.
    Sallnow, Michael J. (1991)
    In N. Ross Crumrine and Alan Morinis (eds.) Pilgrimage in latin America. New York; Greenwood Press, pp. 281-306.

    Sees ethnic polarization reflected in pilgrimage cults in Cuzco.

    Associated Search Terms: Peru, Cuzco; Catholic, Peru; Ethnic; Pilgrimage; Quechua
  • Pilgrimage and Cultural Fracture in the Andes.
    Sallnow, Michael J. (1991)
    In John Eade and Michael J. Sallnow (eds.) Conteting the Sacred. The Anthropology of Christian Pilgrimage. London: Routledge, pp. 137-153.

    Based on field work among Quechua peasants in Cuzco; rather than communitas, pilgrimage brought conflicting interpretations into play.

    Associated Search Terms: Pilgrimage; Peru, Cuzco; Quechua; Catholic, Peru
  • Pilgrims of the Andes: Regional Cults in Cusco.
    Sallnow, Michael J. (1987)
    Washington: Smithsonian Institute Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Pilgrimage; Peru, Cuzco; Catholic, Peru; Quechua
  • A Trinity of Christs: Cultic process in Andean Catholicism.
    Sallnow, Michael J. (1982)
    American Ethnologist 9: 730-749.

    Associated Search Terms: Quechua; Peru, Cuzco; Catholic, Peru
  • La peregrinación andina.
    Sallnow, Michael J. (1974)
    Allpanchis 7: 101-142.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Peru; Quechua; Peru, Cuzco; Pilgrimage
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