Literatur Yoruba

AQUINO, Estela; JAMES, Sherman A.; KAWACHI, Ichiro. Social inequality and depressive disorders in Bahia, Brazil: interactions of gender, ethnicity, and social class. Social science & medicine, 2004, 59. Jg., S. 1339-1353.

BUTLER, Kim D. Ginga Baiana—The Politics of Race, Class, Culture, and Power in Salvador, Bahia. Afro-Brazilian culture and politics: Bahia, 1790s to 1990s, 1998, S. 158.

BUTLER, Kim D. Freedoms given, freedoms won: Afro-Brazilians in post-abolition, Sao Paulo and Salvador. Rutgers University Press, 1998.

GORDON, Jacob U. Yoruba Cosmology and Culture in Brazil: A Study of African Survivals in the New World. Journal of Black Studies, 1979, 10. Jg., Nr. 2, S. 231-244.

HENRY, Clarence. Celebrating the Orixás: The Influence of African Religion and Music in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. Musical Cultures of Latin America: Global Effects, Past and Present. Los Angeles: Department of Ethnomusicology and Systematic Musicology, University of California, 2003, S. 175-186.

LOVEJOY, Paul E. The Yoruba Factor in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. The Yoruba Diaspora in the Atlantic World, 2004, S. 40-55.

NISHIDA, Mieko. Manumission and ethnicity in urban slavery: Salvador, Brazil, 1808-1888. The Hispanic American Historical Review, 1993, 73. Jg., Nr. 3, S. 361-391.

NISHIDA, Mieko. Slavery and Identity: Ethnicity, Gender, and Race in Salvador, Brazil, 1808-1888. Indiana University Press, 2003.

NISHIDA, Mieko. From ethnicity to race and gender: transformations of black lay sodalities in Salvador, Brazil. Journal of Social History, 1998, S. 329-348.

REIS, João José; MAMIGONIAN, Beatriz Gallotti. Nagô and Mina: the Yoruba diaspora in Brazil. The Yoruba Diaspora in the Atlantic World, 2004, S. 77-110.


ROBERTS, Kevin. Yoruba Family, Gender, and Kinship Roles in New World Slavery. Falola and Childs, eds., The Yoruba Diaspora in the Atlantic World, 2004, S. 248-59.

TROTMAN, David V. Trans-Atlantic dimensions of ethnicity in the African diaspora. Continuum, 2004.

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