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  1. Reimagining the "Pythian Madness" of Souls: W. E. B. Du Bois's Poetics of African American Faith
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  2. Funlayo E. Wood
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  1. Evaluating Biomedical and Ethnomedical Health Care Models in Ghana
  2. Chelsea Shields Strayer
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  1. Listening to African Wellness in the Twenty-First Century
  2. Peter J. Hoesing
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  1. Healing Practices of the Ifá-Orisha Tradition
  2. Sonia Cristina Hart, Farid Leonardo Suarez
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  1. Candomblé and Sacred Earth Healing in the Rio de Janeiro Carnival
  2. Karyna Do Monte
  3. pp. 404-409
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  1. "Standing on Holy Ground": The Creation of Sacred Space through Music in the African American Lucumi Religion
  2. Lisa Òsunlétí Beckley-Roberts
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  1. The Undressing of Two Sacred Healing Bundles: Curative Arts of the Black Atlantic in Haiti and Ancient Kongo
  2. Kyrah Malika Daniels
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