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Honoring the AncestorsAn African Cultural Interpretation of Black Religion and Literature$

Donald H. Matthews

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780199963997

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:osobl/9780199963997.001.0001

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(p.169) Index

(p.169) Index

Source:
Honoring the Ancestors
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
African cultural style
African american spirituality, 114–117, 25–29
ritual pattern, 20–23
spirituals, 12–21, 135–137
Afrocentric narrative theology, 139
Anderson, Marian, 32
Asante, Molefi, 160n.1
Baldwin, James, 5
Barth, Karl, 41
Barthes, Roland, on form and meaning, 14–15
Black literary theory, 42–43
Baker, Houston A., 77–89, 96–97
Gates, Henry Louis, 89–95, 96–97
Henderson, Stephen, 72–76
Neal, Larry, 72
Black theology, 3–6
and the spirituals, 63–70
Boas, Franz, 59, 62
Bradley, David, 123
Brent Linda, (Harriet Jacobs), 86–89
British Museum, 4
Comaroff, Jean, 60
Dialectic methodology
psychological, 30–34, 117–119
Douglass, Frederick, 83
Dualistic methodology critical, 90–95
cultural, 11–15
political, 7–11
Du Bois, W.E.B., 10, 133
and method, 54–57, 60–63
Dunham, Katherine, 34
Egypt, and postmodernism, 68
Eliade, Mircea, and African American religion, 47, 145
Eliot, T.S., 5, 31
(p.170) Equiano, Olauda, (Gustavus Vassa), 83–86
Esu, Trickster, 92–93
Ethnocentrism, 31–34
Feminist theology, 42
Fernandez, James: metaphors, 39–40
Fisher, Miles Mark, 8
Fisk Jubilee Singers, 32
Garvey, Marcus, 34
Genovese, Eugene D., and cultural methodology, 18–20, 22, 52, 153, 165
Great Awakenings, 6
Gustafson, James M., 143, 160,n.8
Hassan, I., and postmodernism, 64
Hawking, Stephen, 15
Herskovits, Melville, 59–60
Higginbotham, Evelyn, 132–133
Hurston, Zora Neale, 57–59
Jahn, Jahnhein, 27
Jossua, Jean-Pierre, 142
Jung, Carl, 133
King, Martin Luther
spiritual experience, 99–100
King, Noel, 58
Levine, Lawrence, 20–23, 52, 167
Long, Charles H., 26
Lovell, John, 19–20
MacRobert, Iain, and black pentecostalism, 50–51
Marxism, 42, 104
Mays, Benjamin E, and cultural dualism, 7–11
Meroe, and African postmodernism, 68
Metaphors
theological method, 39–40, 53–54, 101–102
Morrison, Toni
Beloved and Song of Solomon, 119–124
Muthufucka, as cultural metaphor, 117, 120
Narrative hermeneutics
in spiritual theology, 105–119
and theological method, 34–42
Niebuhr, Richard H., and theological method, 48–50
Nubia, 68
Parks, Rosa, 133
Poole, Fitz John Porter
on Jonathon Z. Smith, 41
Postmodern African cultural style, 63–70
Psalms 137:1–4, 23
Raboteau, Albert J., and cultural dualism, 10–14
Rapetalistic oppression
social context, 102–105, 124–131
Reed, Ishmael, Mumbo Jumbo, 69–70
Ricoeur, Paul, and narrative methodology, 34–37
Robeson, Paul, 32
Rosengarten, Theodore, 159, n.8–9
Sexual ethics of discretion, 131–134
Shaw, Nate, 105–119, 135, 137–140
Smith, Archie, 145
Smith, Thee, 27–28
Smitherman, Geneva, 91
Sovinka, Wole, 21–22
(p.171) Thompson, Robert Farris, 58
Turner, Victor, 60
Walker, David, 38
Walker, Sheila, 14
Washington, Booker T., m, 133
Washington, Joseph, 9
Weber, Max, 61
Werner, Craig, and and cultural solipsism, 83
Wilmore, Gayraud, and black hermeneutics, 6