From Local to Global: Rethinking Yoruba Religious Traditions for the Next Millenium, Session VI The Practice of Orisha Tradition in the New World: Insiders' Perspectives and Session VII Yoruba Arts, Religion, and Rituals
A major international conference on Yoruba religious traditions organized by Professor Jacob K. Olupona and Professor Terry Rey, co-sponsored by the Florida International University Department of Religious Studies and African-New World Studies Program. December 9-12, 1999. Kovens Conference Center. Session VI, Moderator: Jacod Olupona Speaker: Iyalorisha Maria de Oxala; Oba Ernesto Pirchardo, Church of the Lukumi Babalu; Chief Adenibi Ajamu, Oyotunji;
Session VII, Moderator: Guinette Ba-Curry. Speaker: Rowland Abiodun, Amherst College; Marta Vega, Baruch College; Jose Jorge Carvalho, Universidade de Brasilia; Mikelle Omari-Tunkara, University of Arizona.
Department of Religious Studies, Florida International University and African New World Studies, Florida International University, "From Local to Global: Rethinking Yoruba Religious Traditions for the Next Millenium, Session VI The Practice of Orisha Tradition in the New World: Insiders' Perspectives and Session VII Yoruba Arts, Religion, and Rituals" (1999). African & African Diaspora Studies Program Lecture Series. 47.
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