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Peter Pels

Wetenschappelijk directeur / Hoogleraar Culturele Antropologie en Sociologie van Afrika

Naam
Prof.dr. P.J. Pels
Telefoon
+31 71 527 3458
E-mail
pels@fsw.leidenuniv.nl

Kort CV

Peter Pels (1958) is Professor Antropology van Africa aan de Universiteit Leiden sinds 2003. Hij studeerde in 1993 af aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam op onderzoek naar de interactie tussen missionarissen en de Afrikaanse bevolking in het laat-koloniale Tanganyika. Sindsdien heeft hij zijn onderzoek gericht op de constructie van verschillen in cultuur en macht in menselijke relaties. Van 2002 tot 2007 was hij redacteur bij het tijdschrift  Social Anthropology.

CV P.J. Pels (2014)

Onderzoek

Peter Pels is gespecialiseerd in onderzoek naar religie en politiek op het gebiede van koloniale contacten, de geschiedenis van antropologie, de antropologie van magie en ethiek binnen de sociale wetenschappen. Hij begeleid onderzoek over religie en cybercultuur, vergelijkend onderzoek naar toekomstbeelden, koloniale fotografie en filmische representatie, water conservatie en natuurlijk erfgoed, merkreclame en nationalisme. Daarnaast is hij sinds 2007 adviseur over religie en materialiteit voor het Çatalhöyük Onderzoeksproject, geleid door de toonaangevende archaeoloog Ian Hodder.  

Momenteel werkt Peter Pels aan zijn boek 'The Spirit of Matter. Religion, Modernity and the Power of Objects' over materiele cultuur, religie en de macht van objecten en coordineert hij het onderzoeksproject 'The Future is Elsewhere: Towards a Comparative History of the Futurities of the Digital ®evolution' gericht op moderne concepten van de toekomst, musea en erfgoed.

Oratie

Promovendi

  • Zane Kripe, “Emerging futurities in Muslim Southeast Asia: Science fantasy, digital development and the urge for moral technology” (NWO “Cultural Dynamics” grant, 2010-2015)

  • Johannes Ullrich Merz, “Semiotics and Materiality of Christian Films in Benin” (funded by Summer Institute of Linguistics, Benin, 2010-2014)

  • Marlous van den Akker, “Facing Mount Kenya: The Global Debate about Natural “World Heritage” (Research profile “Global Interactions”, University of Leiden; 2010-2014)

  • Andrea Cerda Pereira, “Branding Chile. Advertising the Nation in a Global World” (Chilean Government Grant, 2009-2013)

  • Christoph Rippe, “Repatriating Photographs? Towards a Social Analysis of the Re-presentation of a Collection of South African Missionary Photographs” (NWO/MaGW grant, 2009-2013)

  • Richard Fraser, “Eco-tourism, Sustainable Development, and Survival Skills Amongst the Darkhad of Northwest Mongolia” (NWO Toptalent grant, 2008-2012)

  • Maarten Onneweer, “The Social Life of Springs: Researching a Landscape of Spirits and Development in Kitui District, Kenya” (CNWS research project, 2006-2011)

  • Metje Postma, “Representing the Rashaayda” (CA/OS Research project, 2006-2010)

  • Lotte Pelckmans, “Remembering Slavery: Travelling Hierarchies of Fulbe Societies in Mali and France” (with Prof. Dr. M. de Bruijn; NWO/WOTRO grant, 2005-2009; degree granted 22 Sep. 2011)

  • Dorien Zandbergen, “Silicon Valley New Age” (NWO grant, 2004-2008, degree granted 25 May 2011)

  • Tryfon Bampilis, “Greek Whisky: The Localisation of a Global Commodity” (IKY [Greek National Research Fund] grant, 2004-2008, degree granted 10 February 2010)

  • Martijn Wienia, “Ominous Calm: Autochthony and Sovereignty in Nanumba-Konkomba Peace and Violence, Ghana” (CNWS research project, 2004-2008; degree granted 15 December 2009)

  • Robert Akoko, “Ask and you shall be given. Pentecostalism and economic crisis in Cameroon” (with Prof. P.L. Geschiere; degree granted 26 June 2007)

  • Ibrahim Mouiche, “Autorités traditionelles et processus de démocratisation au Cameroun » (with Prof. P.L. Geschiere; degree granted 2 November 2005)

  • Philip Havik, “Silences and Soundbytes. The gendered dynamics of trade and brokerage in the pre-colonial Guinea Bissau region” (with Prof. P.L. Geschiere; degree granted 10 June 2004)

Publicaties

Relevante links

Wetenschappelijk directeur / Hoogleraar Culturele Antropologie en Sociologie van Afrika

  • Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
  • Instituut CA/Ontwikkelingssociologie

Werkadres

Pieter de la Court
Wassenaarseweg 52
2333 AK Leiden
Kamernummer 3A25

Contact

  • Pels P. (2015), Magic. In: Brent Plate S. (red.) Key Terms in Material Religion.. New York: Bloomsbury Academic. 117-122.boekdeel
  • Pels P. (2015), The Future is NOW: The Global Sixties and its Fragments. In: Shatanawi M., Modest W. (red.) The Sixties: A Worldwide Happening.. Amsterdam: Lecturis & Tropenmuseum. 110-121.boekdeel
  • Pels P. (2015), The Raw and the Overcooked Bespreking van: Palmié S. (2013) Cooking of History, Magic, Ritual and Witchcraft 10: 219-225.boekbespreking
  • Pels P. (2015), Modern Times: Seven Steps toward and Anthropology of the Future, Current Anthropology 56(6): 779-796.artikel in tijdschrift (refereed)
  • Hodder I. (2014), Using "Magic" to think from the material: Tracing distributed agency, revelation and concealment at Catalhöyük [Religion at Work in a Neolithic Society] (vertaling Nakamura C. & Pels P.). In: Hodder I. (Red.) Religion at Work in a Neolithic Society. New York: Cambridge University Press. 187-225.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2014), Magic. In: Kelly M. (Red.) Encyclopedia of Aesthetics: Oxford University Press. 233-237.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2014), After objectivity: An historical approach to the intersubjective in ethnography, Journal of Ethnographic Theory 4(1): 211-236.artikel in tijdschrift (refereed)
  • Weerd M. van, Taggueg J., Kok R.J., Pels P., Masipiguena M., Gatan-Balbas M. & Persoon G.A. (2014), International Course on Water and Water Management in the Philippines 2014. Leiden, Netherlands and Cabagan, Philippines: Leiden University and Isabela State University.boek
  • Pels P. (12 november 2013), Ethnographic fieldwork in the 21st century. Leiden Anthropology Blog [blog entry].overig
  • Pels P.J. (2013), A "Black Hole" of imperial amnesia [Bespreking van: Partha Chatterjee (2012) The Black Hole of Empire: History of a Global Practice of Power] Current Anthropology 54(5): 650-653.boekbespreking
  • Baud M., Legêne S. & Pels P. (2013), Draaien om de werkelijkheid. Rapport over het antropologisch werk van prof. em. M.M.G. Bax(description of form), Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam).rapport
  • Pels P.J. (1 november 2012), Why Modernity Defeats the Definition of Religion (Any Time) (Lezing). Tempe, Arizona.overig
  • Pels P.J. (2012), Amazing Stories. How Science Fiction Sacralizes the Secular.. In: Stolow J. (Red.) Deus in Machina. Religion, Technology, and the Things in Between.. New York: Fordham University Press. 213-238.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2012), The Modern Fear of Matter: Reflections on the Protestantism of Victorian Science.. In: Meyer B., Houtman D. (Red.) Things: Material Religion and the Topography of Divine Spaces. New York: Fordham University Press. 27-39.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2011), Global 'experts' and African 'minds': Tanganyika anthropology as public and secret service, 1925-61, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 17: 788-810.artikel in tijdschrift (refereed)
  • Pels P.J. (13 november 2010), De Gammacanon (46) Antropologie Taboe. De Volkskrant.bijdrage in dag-/weekblad of tijdschrift
  • Pels P.J. (2010), The extended case for method. Londen. [overig]overig
  • Hodder I. & Pels P.J. (2010), History houses: A new interpretation of architectural eleboration at Çatalhöyük. In: Hodder I. (Red.) Religion in the emergence of civilization: Çatalhöyük as a case study. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 163-186.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2010), Magical things: on fetishes, commodities, and computers. In: Hicks D., Beaudry M.C. (Red.) The Oxford handbook of material culture studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 613-633.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2010), Temporalities of "religion" at Çatalhöyük. In: Hodder I. (Red.) Religion in the emergence of civilization: Çatalhöyük as a case study. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 220-267.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J., Meyer B. & Geschiere P.L. (2009), Introduction. In: Geschiere P.L., Meyer B., Pels P. (Red.) Readings in modernity in Africa. Oxford/Bloomington: James Currey/Indiana University Press. 1-7.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J., Geschiere P.L. & Meyer B. (Red.) (2009), Readings in modernity in Africa. Oxford/Bloomington: James Currey/Indiana University Press.boekredactie
  • Pels P.J. (2009), The Pidginization of Luguru politics. Administrative ethnography and the paradoxes of indirect rule. In: Geschiere P., Meyer B., Pels P. (Red.) Readings in modernity in Africa. Oxford/Bloomington: James Currey/Indiana University Press. 57-71.boekdeel
  • Barnard A., Pels P.J. & Spencer J. (2009), Functie bij : Encyclopedia of Cultural and Social Anthopologiy. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2009), Missionaries. In: Iriye A., Saunier P-Y. (Red.) Dictionary of Transnational History. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2009), In difficult order: Anthropology, history, politics, discipline (review essay), Current Anthropology 50(5): 742-743.artikel in tijdschrift
  • Pels P.J., Aupers S. & Houtman D. (2008), Cybergnosis. Technology, religion and the secular. In: Vries H. de (Red.) Religion. Beyond a Concept. New York: Fordham University Press. 687-703.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2008), The modern fear of matter: Reflections on the protestantism of Victorian Science, Material Religion 4/3: 264-283.artikel in tijdschrift (refereed)
  • Pels P.J. (2008), What has anthropology learned from the anthropology of colonialism?, Social Anthropology/Anthropologie sociale (journal of the European Association of Social Anthropologists) 16(3): 280-299.artikel in tijdschrift (refereed)
  • Pels P.J. (Red.) (2008), Associate editor bij : Encyclopedia of cultural and social anthropology (ed. A. Barnard & J. Spencer). London: Routledge.boekredactie
  • Pels P.J. (19 oktober 2007), The death of John Mahenge: Amnesia as historical practice in writing Tanzanian nationalist history (Lezing). New York.overig
  • Pels P.J. (21 maart 2007), Opening address, "Science fiction/Science faction" (Lezing). Amsterdam, Pakhuis de Zwijger.overig
  • Pels P.J. (19 februari 2007), Hekserij (Lezing). TU Delft.overig
  • Bertrand R., Pels P.J. & Briquet J.-L. (Red.) (2007), Cultures of voting. The hidden history of the secret ballot. London/Bloomington: Hurst & Co./Indiana University Press.boekredactie
  • Bertrand R., Pels P.J. & Briquet J.-L. (2007), Introduction: Towards a historical ethnography of voting. In: Bertrand R., Pels P.J., Briquet J.-L. (Red.) Cultures of voting. The hidden history of the secret ballot. London/Bloomington: Hurst & CO./Indiana University Press. 1-15.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2007), Imagining elections: Modernity, mediation and the secret ballot in late colonial Tanganyika. In: Bertrand R., Pels P.J., Briquet J.-L. (Red.) Cultures of voting. The hidden history of the secret ballot. London/Bloomington: Hurst & Co./Indiana University Press. 100-113.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2007), Afterword: Writing in the margins of a marginal discipline. In: Hulme P., McDougall R. (Red.) Writing, travel and empire: On the margins of anthropology. London/New York: I.B. Tauris. 221-235.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2007), Redactielid Social Anthropology/Anthropologie sociale (journal of the European Association of Social Anthropologists) 15(1).tijdschriftredactie
  • Pels P.J. (2007), Redactielid Encyclopedia of Cultural and Social Anthropology.tijdschriftredactie
  • Pels P.J. (2007), Redactielid Development and Change.tijdschriftredactie
  • Pels P.J. (2006), Organisatie Jubilieumconferentie CA/OS. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2006), Transformation and reconstitution of Khoe-San Identities. A.A.S. le Fleur I, Griqua Identities and Post-Apartheid Khoe-San Revivalism (1894-2004)dentites. Leiden: Universiteit Leiden. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2006), Wo's keine zehn Gebote gibt. Eine Revision des Verständnisses von Ethik anlässlich des Darkness-in-El-Dorado-Skandals.. In: Hornbacher A. (Red.) Ethik, ethos, ethnos. Aspekte und probleme interkultureller Ethik. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag. 37-73.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2006), Response to Matt Bradshaw. In: LATISS (Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences). 207-210.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2006), Redactielid Social Anthropology/Anthropologie sociale (journal of the European Association of Social Anthropologists).tijdschriftredactie
  • Pels P.J. (2006), Functie bij : European Association of Social Anthropologists; member of EASA Publication Committee. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2006), Functie bij : NWO/MaGW. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2005), What has anthropology learned from the anthropology of colonialism?. National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2005), Magic and technology. University of Edinburgh. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2005), Modern gnosis, computer and music. Amsterdam. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2005), Performing Anthropology. University of Amsterdam. [overig]overig
  • Onneweer M. & Pels P.J. (2005), Executive Committee meeting. Leiden University. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2005), Exceptionalising Africa: Towards an Anthropology of the global political imagination. Hindsgavl, Denmark. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (27 januari 2005), Keynote Address (Lezing). Billund, Denmark.overig
  • Meskell L.M.M. & Pels P.J. (2005), Introduction: Embedding ethics. In: Meskell J.M.M., Pels P.J. (Red.) Embedding ethics. New York/London: Berg Publishers. 1-26.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2005), Where there aren't no ten commandments: Redefining ethics during the El Dorado scandal. In: Meskell L.M.M., Pels P.J. (Red.) Embedding ethics. New York/London: Berg Publishers. 69-99.boekdeel
  • Meskell L.M.M. & Pels P.J. (Red.) (2005), Embedding ethics. New York/Oxford: Berg Publishers.boekredactie
  • Pels P.J. (2005), Redactielid Social Anthropology/Anthropologie sociale (journal of the European Association of Social Anthropologists).tijdschriftredactie
  • Pels P.J. (2005), NWO "Cyberspace Salvations" research project. Leiden University/Erasmus University Rotterdam. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2005), Hackers & Utopia (three public lectures). Erasmus University Rotterdam, Leiden University. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2004), Magic and Technology. Catholic University of Leuven. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2004), Meeting of Anthropology journals editors in Europe. Vienna. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (3 september 2004), Het uitzonderen van 'Afrika': Naar een antropologie van de moderne poltieke verbeelding (Oratie). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden.inaugurele rede
  • Pels P.J. (2004), Cyberspace Salvations. Computer technology, simulation and modern gnosis. Amsterdam. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2004), The public position of anthropology. Lisbon. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2004), Editorial: Anthropology after Darwin, Social Anthropology 12(2): 173-175.artikel in tijdschrift (refereed)
  • Pels P.J. (2004), Redactielid European Association of Social Anthropologists 12(1-2-3).tijdschriftredactie
  • Pels P.J. (2004), Journal of the European Association of Social Anthropologists. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2003), The peasant's professional: A brief history of Tanganyikan anthropology, 1925-1960: Program of Agrarian Studies, Yale University. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2003), The politics of scandal. Paris: ASSR/CERI. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2003), 'Where there aren't no ten commandments': The emergent ethics of the El Dorado scandal. Paris: ASSR/CERI. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2003), Magic and technology: Nederlands Godsdienst Genootschap. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2003), Cities and globalization: Yale University. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2003), Chieftaincy and indirect rule. Reflections on sovereignty and secrecy in late colonial Tanganyika. Accra, Ghana. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2003), Introduction: Magic and modernity. In: Meyer B., Pels P.J. (Red.) Magic and Modernity. Interfaces of Revelation and Concealment. Stanford, USA: Stanford University Press. 1-38.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2003), Spirits of modernity: Alfred Wallace, Edward Tylor, and the visual politics of fact. In: Meyer B., Pels P.J. (Red.) Magic and Modernity. Interfaces of Revelation and Concealment. Stanford, USA: Stanford University Press. 241-271.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2003), [Bespreking van: Spear Th., Kimabo I.N. (1999) East African expressions] Africa Today 40: 150-152.boekbespreking
  • Meyer B. & Pels P.J. (Red.) (2003), Magic and modernity. Stanford, USA: Stanford University Press.boekredactie
  • Pels P.J. (2003), Manuscript reviewer for American Anthropologist, and Current Anthropology. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2003), Social Anthropology/Anthropologie Sociale, journal of the European Association of Social Anthropologists. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [overig]overig
  • Pels P.J. (2002), Creolisation in secret: The birth of nationalism in late colonial Uluguru, Tanzania, Africa : Journal of the International African Institute 72(1): 1-28.artikel in tijdschrift (refereed)
  • Pels P.J. (2001), Imaginer les élections. Modernité, mediation et vote secret au Tanganyika à la fin de la période coloniale, Politique Africaine (83): 135-150.artikel in tijdschrift (refereed)
  • Pels P.J. (2001), [Bespreking van: Tierney P. (2001) Darkness in El Dorado: How scientists and journalists devastated the Amazon] Current Anthropology 42: 268-269.boekbespreking
  • Pels P.J. (2001), Religion, consumerism and the modernity of the new age [Bespreking van: Heelas P. (2001) The new age movement: The celebration of the self and the sacralization of modernity] Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 29: 263-272.boekbespreking
  • Pels P.J. (20 december 2000), Globalization and political change: Reflexivity, history and anthropology in the study of late colonial nationalism in Tanganyika. (Lezing). Gent (B).overig
  • Pels P.J. (12 december 2000), Rumors of nationalism. Contesting public authority in Late Colonial Tanganyika. (Lezing). Berlijn.overig
  • Pels P.J. (18 november 2000), A localizing science: Tanganyika anthropology as public and secret service (Lezing). Nashville.overig
  • Pels P.J. (12 september 2000), Rumors of nationalism: Contesting public authority in Late Colonial Tanganyika (Lezing). Cambridge.overig
  • Pels P.J. (16 juni 2000), Creolization in secret: The emergence of nationalism in Uluguru (Lezing). Parijs.overig
  • Pels P.J. (23 maart 2000), Globalization and religion (Lezing). Tampa (Florida).overig
  • Pels P.J. (9 maart 2000), The Professionalization of Tanganyikan Anthropology, 1925-1960 (Lezing). St. Anthony's College Oxford.overig
  • Pels P.J. (2000), Occult truths: Race, conjecture and theosophy in Victorian Anthropology. In: Handler R., Stocking G.W. (Red.) Excluded ancestors, inventible traditions: Essays towards a more inclusive history of anthropology. Madison, USA: University of Wisconsin Press. 11-41.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2000), The Trickster's Dilemma. Anthropological ethics and method as liberal technologies of self. In: Strathern M. (Red.) Audit Cultures. Anthopological studies in accountability, ethics and the academy. London/New York: Routledge. 135-172.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (2000), Kizungu Rhythms. Luguru Christianity ass Ngoma. In: Gunderson F., Barz G. (Red.) Mashindano! Competitive Music Performance in East Africa. Dar es Salaam/London: Mkuki na Nyota Publishers / African Books Collective Ltd.. 101-142.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (22 november 1999), Imagining elections. The translation of political forms in late colonial Tanganyka (Lezing). New York.overig
  • Pels P.J. (11 november 1999), Imagining elections: The translation of political forms in Late Colonial Tanganyika (Lezing). African Studies Ass., Philadelphia.overig
  • Pels P.J. (10 september 1999), Fetish, chief, and other colonial objects (Lezing). London: Brunel University.overig
  • Pels P.J. (17 juni 1999), Imagining elections: Global and local democratization in Late Colonial Tanganyika (Lezing). Senegal: Dakar.overig
  • Pels P.J. (5 maart 1999), State fetishism and personality cults (Lezing). Amsterdam.overig
  • Pels P.J. (1999), A politics of presence. Contacts between missionaries and Africans in Late Colonial Tanganyika. Switzerland/UK: Reading/Harwood Academic Publishers.boek
  • Pels P.J. & Salemink O. (Red.) (1999), Colonial subjects. Essays in the practical history of anthropology. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.boekredactie
  • Pels P.J. (1999), Professions of duplexity. A prehistory of ethical codes in anthropology, Current Anthropology 40(2): 101-136.artikel in tijdschrift (refereed)
  • Pels P.J. (1999), An ethical view from Europe, Anthropology News 40(6): 30-31.artikel in tijdschrift
  • Pels P.J. & Salemink O. (1999), Introduction: Locating the colonial subjects of anthropology. In: Pels P., Salemink O. (Red.) Colonial subjects. Essays in the practical history of anthropology. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press. 1-52.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (1999), The rise and fall of the Indian Aborigines. Orientalism, anglicism and the emergence of an ethnology of India. In: Pels P., Salemink O. (Red.) Colonial subjects. Essays in the practical history of anthropology. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press. 82-116.boekdeel
  • Pels P.J. (1998), The magic of Africa. Reflections on a western commonplace, African Studies Review 41(3): 193-209.artikel in tijdschrift (refereed)
  • Pels P.J. (14 november 1997), The Magic of Africa. Reflections on a Western Topos (Lezing). Columbus, Ohio.overig
  • Pels P.J. (5 november 1997), The Resistance of Locality. Territory and Temporality in the Emergence of African Nationa-lism in late Colonial Uluguru (Lezing). Berlin.overig
  • Pels P.J. (24 juni 1997), Occult Truths: Race, Conjecture and Theosophy in Victorian Anthropology (Lezing). Amsterdam.overig
  • Pels P.J. (24 mei 1997), Fetishism, Magic and Witchcraft (Lezing). Amsterdam.overig
  • Pels P.J. (1997), The Anthropology of Colonialism: Culture, History and the Emergence of Western Governmentality, Annual Review of Anthropology 26: 163-183.artikel in tijdschrift (refereed)
  • Pels P.J. (1997), The Spirit of Matter: On Fetish, Rarity, Fact and Fancy. In: Spyer P. (Red.) Border Fetishisms. Material Objects in Unstable Spaces. New York/London: Routledge. 91-120.boekdeel
  • Vedder P.H., Bouwer E. & Pels P.J. (1996), Multicultural child care. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.boek
  • Dijk R.A. van & Pels P.J. (1996), Contested authorities and the politics of perception: deconstructing the study of religion in Africa. In: Werbner R., Ranger T. (red.) Postcolonial identities in Africa. London: Zed Books. 245-270.boekdeel
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