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  • A Year in White: Cultural Newcomers to Lukumi and Santería in the United States.
    Carr, C. Lynn (2015)
    New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

    Interview & participant observation study of the 53-week process of entering the Santería priesthood, which includes wearing white clothing exclusively.

    Associated Search Terms: Initiation; Clergy; Participant observation; Santeria, U.S.A.
  • Portable Portals. Transnational Rituals for the Head Across Globalizing Orisha Traditions.
    Pérez, Elizabeth (2013)
    Nova religio 16:4: 35-62.

    Based on field work in Chicago. Demonstrates that the physical portability of cult objects, especially parts of the human body, lend traditions a capacity for diffusion, transnationality.

    Associated Search Terms: Africanist, U.S.A.; Transnational; Santeria, U.S.A.; Ritual; Candomble; Diffusion; Participant observation
  • Cubanía et santería. Les enjeux politique de la transnationalisation religieuse (La Havane--Miami).
    Argyriadis, Kali, and Stefania Capone (2004)
    Civilisatons 51:1/2: 81-137.

    Associated Search Terms: Santeria, U.S.A.; Cuba, Havana; Politics, Cuba; Santeria, Cuba; Transnational; United States, Florida, Miami; Politics, U.S.A.
  • Santeria from Africa to the New World: The Dead Sell Memories.
    Brandon, George (2002)
    Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Santeria; Africanist, U.S.A.
  • Hierarchy without a Head: Observations on Changes in the Social Organization of Some Afroamerican Religions in the United States, 1959-1999 with Special Reference to Santaria.
    Brandon, George (2002)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 117: 151-174.

    Based on extensive field work. Santeria is locally hierarchical but nationally not so.

    Associated Search Terms: Africanist, U.S.A.; Santeria, U.S.A.; Organization
  • Les Dieux sur le Net. L'Essor des Religions d'Origine Africaine aux États-Unis.
    Capone, Stefania (1999)
    L'Homme 151: 47-74.

    African traditions in the U.S.A. are borne on internet communities: Santeria, Espiritismo (Puerto Rican); Anago (Yoruban); Orisha-Voodoo.

    Associated Search Terms: Santeria; Espiritismo; Africanist, U.S.A.; Anago; Internet; Orisha-Voodoo
  • Santeria in New York City: A Study in Culural Resistance.
    Gregory, Steven (1999)
    New York: Garland

    Associated Search Terms: United States, New York, New York; Santeria, U.S.A.
  • Santeria and Curanderismo in Los Angeles.
    McGuire, Brian, and Duncan Scrymgeour (1998)
    In Peter B. Clarke (ed.) New Trends and Developments in African Religions. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, pp. 211-222.

    Associated Search Terms: Santeria, U.S.A.; Curanderismo, U.S.A.; United States, California, Los Angeles
  • When the Saints Go Riding In: Santeria in Cuba and the United States.
    Lefever, Harry G. (1996)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 35:3: 318-330.

    Sees Santeria as an oppositional, revisionary, & subversive hermeneutic activity.

    Associated Search Terms: Santeria, Cuba; Hermeneutic; Counterculture; United States; Santeria, U.S.A.; Cuba
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