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Sociology & Anthropology

College of Arts & Sciences

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Lindsey  King Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Anthropology
Contact:
423-439-6584 /
Rogers-Stout Hall 205

Leaders of a landless peasant movement, BrazilLeaders of a landless peasant movement, Brazil


COURSES TAUGHT

Introduction of Cultural Anthropology
Environmental Anthropology
Visual Anthropology
Native American Culture in Contemporary Society
Religion, Society and Culture

CURRENT RESEARCH

After spending over ten years researching the pilgrimage and material culture of milagres in northeast Brazil, I am currently continuing my research on pilgrimage in a new location at
St. Nectan's Glen in Cornwall, Great Britain investigating pagan and nature based spirituality. I am also working with Dr. Melissa Schrift in Cuba investigating the healing aspects of Santeria (or Regla
de Ocha). We will be taking students to Cuba during the 2016 school year.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Spiritual Currency in Northeast Brazil

2015. "Recovery, Renewal, Reclaiming:Anthropological Research toward Healing," King, Lindsey (ed), Knoxville: Newfound Press.

2014.Spiritual Currency in Northeast Brazil. Albuquerque: The University of New Mexico Press.

2005. "Pilgrimage, Promises, and Ex-Votos: Ingredients for Healing in Northeast Brazil" in Pilgrimage and Healing, Dubisch, Jill and Michael Winkelman (eds), Tucson: The University of Arizona Press.

 

 

 

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