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Short Bibliography on Voodoo

From: wole ife < wife@BGNET.BGSU.EDU >

Appiah, Kwame Anthony. (1992). In My Father's House: Africa in the
        Philosophy of Culture. Oxford University Press: New York.

Asbury, Herbert. (). The French Quarter: An Informal History of The N.O.
        Underworld. Garden City Publishing Co., Inc.: Garden City, New York.
        p.236-83. 457-62.

Bascom, W. (1991).  Ifa Divination: Communication between Gods and Men in
        West A frica. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

ben-Jochannan, Y.A.A. (1988).  African: Mother of Western Civilization.
        Black Classic Press: Baltimore, MD.

Donaldson, Gary A. (). A Window on Slave Culture: Dances at Congo Square
        in New Orleans, 1800-1862. Journal of Negro History.

Dutton, Wendy. (1992). The Problem of Invisibility: Voodoo and Zora Neale
        Hurston. Frontiers Editoral Collective, Vol. XII, no. 2.

Fatunmbi, Awo Fa'Lokun. (1992). Awo: Ifa and the Theology of Orisha
        Divination. Original Publications: Bronx, NY.

Fatunmbi, Awo Fa'Lokun. (1991). Iwa-pele/Ifa Quest: The Search for the
        Source of Santeria and Lucumi. Original Publications: Bronx, NY.

Gonzalez-Wippler, M. (1981).  Santeria (fifth edition). Bronx,
        New York: Original Products.

Haskins, J.  (1974). Witchcraft, Mysticism, and Magic in the Black World.
        Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, p. 69.

Herskovits, M. (1932). "Some Aspects of Dahomean
        Ethnology." Africa, 5, (3).

Holloway, J. (1991). Africanisms in American Culture. Indiana
        University Press: Bloomington.

Hurston, Z. N. (1931). "Hoodoo in America." Journal of
        American Folklore, 44 (174).

Hurston, Z. N. (1935). "Mules and Men." Harper & Row
        Publishers, Inc.

Jackson, Joy J. (). New Orleans in the Gilded Age. Louisiana State
        University Press: Baton Rouge.

Jenkins, U.D.  (1978). Ancient African Religion and the African-
        American Church. Jacksonville, N.C./Flame International.

Latrobe.(). New Orleans and its People. The Journal of Latrobe. p. 180-184.

Mbiti, J.S. (1989). African Religions and Philosophy. Portsmouth, New
        Hampshire: Heinemann Educational Books, Inc.

Mulira, J.G. (1991). "The Case of Voodoo in New Orleans," in
        Africanism in American Culture. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Mulira, J. G. (1984). A History of the Mahi People from 1774 to
        1920. Ph.D. dissertation, UCLA,

Pelton, R.  (1972). The Complete Book of Voodoo. New York: Arco, p. 16.

Roach, Joseph. (1993). Carnival and the Law in New Orleans. The Drama
        Review, Fall, v37, n. 3.

Smith, R.S. (1969). Kingdoms of the Yoruba. University of Wisconsin
        Press: Madison, p. 35.

Stuckey, S. (1987). Slave Culture. New York: Oxford.

Tallant, Robert. (1945). Voodoo. South , May.

Tallant, R. (1945). Voodoo Articles. New Orleans Collection, The New
        Orleans Public Library, box 18, folder 9.

Tallant, Robert. (1945). Voodoo In New Orleans. Pelican Press: Gretna, La.

Thompson, R.F. (1983). Flash of the Spirit. New York: Vintage.

ADEWOLE "Wole" MONGO IFE
Wole Mongo Ife, Ph.D. Fellow/Amer. Culture Studies; BGSU, OH. 43402;
Founder, Society of Traditional Africana Religio-philosophy (STAR)