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Divination across Time and Space : Typology and Intercultural Epistemology

@inproceedings{Van2013DivinationAT,
  title={Divination across Time and Space : Typology and Intercultural Epistemology},
  author={W. Van and Binsbergen},
  year={2013}
}
Divination is at the heart of many African societies, and increasingly at the heart of African Studies. 1 Perhaps this is no accident. As A m d Schneider wrote in 1993, citing the distinguished Italian historian Carlo Ginzburg whose transregional analyses (especially Ginzburg 1992) of Eurasian magico-religious practices greatly contributed (along with the rise of globalisation studies) to the recent revival of a diffusion perspective outside archaeology: 'Ginzburg (1990) 2 argued in a classic… Expand
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