Conjure in African-American Society

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Abstract: This recipient of the Melvin E. Bradford Prize from the St. George Tucker Society examines African American magical practices from colonial times to the rise of modern spiritual supply stores. Among the topics under investigation are the mixed African, European, and Native American origins of hoodoo; the adaptability of conjure to changing circumstances; the role of hoodoo doctors in black society; and the function of magic as an element of black culture. Dissertation Discovery Company and University of Florida ...

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