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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTHROP 2R03
Professor
Antonio Sorge
Semester
Winter

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st Anthropology Monday January 21 Amba Witchcraft - agriculturalist in Western Uganda - reading: Edward Winter - 100km SE of Azande - small villages: kin related by blood - villages are self sufficient - more witchcraft and sorcery when British came - Amba think about sorcery more - witchcraft is considered a terror - sorcery is intelligible because it stems from greed, jealousy - understand why people do it - witchcraft is unintelligible - terrifying phenomenon - kill to satisfy their cannibalistic need for human flesh - witchcraft is a plague - there is nothing you can do about it - judicial system to deal with conflict - “prisoners of their own ideas” - unable to prevent the damage which comes from accusations
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