ANGOLA’S TOBACCO: CANNABIS, RACISM, CULTURAL RESISTENCE AND SPIRITUALITY (DRUGS: CLINIC AND CULTURE COLLECTION)

FUMO DE ANGOLA: CANABIS, RACISMO, RESISTÊNCIA CULTURAL E ESPIRITUALIDADE (COLEÇÃO DROGAS: CLÍNICA E CULTURA)

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ANGOLA’S TOBACCO: CANNABIS, RACISM, CULTURAL RESISTENCE AND SPIRITUALITY (DRUGS: CLINIC AND CULTURE COLLECTION)

FUMO DE ANGOLA: CANABIS, RACISMO, RESISTÊNCIA CULTURAL E ESPIRITUALIDADE (COLEÇÃO DROGAS: CLÍNICA E CULTURA)

Composed by 23 articles, the book is about themes that highlight the relation between marihuana and racism; religiousness and shamanism; marihuana as “public security problem”; ethnobotany; drug addiction; “dazzle and straightness”; afro-brazilian cults; domestic selfcultivation; and ethnographies about diverse cultural areas: Jamaica, Mexico and Himalaya. The compilation points the way that the marihuana and other drugs’ prohibition works as a strategy of political and social control over groups considered “dangerous” in different historical moments.

  • ANGOLA’S TOBACCO: CANNABIS, RACISM, CULTURAL RESISTENCE AND SPIRITUALITY (DRUGS: CLINIC AND CULTURE COLLECTION)
  • Edward MacRae Organizer , Wagner Coutinho Alves Organizer
  • Universidade Federal da Bahia
  • Available Worldwide
  • Portuguese
  • Printed
    • 978-8523-215-09-5
    • Flávia Rosa
    • fflaviagoulartroza@gmail.com
    • +55 (71) 3283–6160