The wrong kind of sacrifice
Contributor(s):: Namia Akhtar
Eid is an occasion to reconnect with our higher selves, the transcendent self that exists within us to connect with the celestial and to instill at least a fragment of that celestial order in our lives. Nonetheless, in contemporary Muslim society in urban Bangladesh, Eid-ul-Azha has evolved into...
Cattle people. Mythical origins and ritual process in East Africa
Contributor(s):: Bonte, Pierre
Das Verhältnis tibetischer Nomaden zu ihren Nutztieren
Contributor(s):: Holler, David
De la mondialisation considérée comme une tauromachie
Contributor(s):: Saumade, Frédéric
Ritual hunt and sacrifice among the Huichols: between predation and alliance, exchange and identification
Contributor(s):: Neurath, Johannes
Talensi animal sacrifice and its archaeological implications
Contributor(s):: Insoll, Timothy
The animal guinea-pig: a body without interiority? An ethnographic perspective on animal experimentation
Contributor(s):: Rémy, Catherine
The deer among the ancient P'urhpecha of Michoacan, Mexico: war, hunting and sacrifice
Contributor(s):: Faugère, Brigitte
The house-demon and domestic animals in the beliefs of the people of Kargopol'e (Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russian Federation)
Contributor(s):: Denisevich, K. N.
The [mad cow crisis] and the decline of a sacrificial rationale
Contributor(s):: Kilani, Mondher
When ritual becomes technology. Sacrifice and ritual slaughter in the Muslim world
'It also has a soul': the attitude towards domestic animals in Muslim tradition
Contributor(s):: Blagoev, Goran
Dog sacrifice in ancient and modernn Greece: from the sacrifice ritual to dog torture
Contributor(s):: Sergis, Manolis G.
Immolating animals: on a Roman interpretation of sacrifice
Contributor(s):: Scheid, John
La mort des animaux: un mal nécessaire?
Contributor(s):: Brisebarre, Anne-Marie
Rethinking [cattle cults] in early Egypt: towards a prehistoric perspective on the Narmer Palette
Contributor(s):: Wengrow, David
Sarmatian funeral and memorial rites and Ossetian ethnography
Contributor(s):: Iatsenko, S. A.
The heavenly cow Rupan and the festival of ceremonial torture Gaigoheri: myth, rituals and sacrifice among the people of the Bhil tribe of western India
Contributor(s):: Sahay, Sarita
Un ritual de sacrificio: al corrida de toros española [first publ in English in Anthropology today 1993 (9:4) 11-15]
Contributor(s):: Pitt-Rivers, Julian
Canicide In Labrador: Function And Meaning Of An Inuit Killing Ritual
Contributor(s):: Taylor, J. Garth