Historical and Ethnographic Study of Rastafari Religion
This is primarily attributed to the growing internationalization and the reach of the women's rights movements from the United States and Canada.
I, personally, found the books I reviewed to very well informed and definitely satisfying my curiosity. I have been interested in Jamaica, African diaspora, Rasta philosophy and practices, and reggae/ska/rocksteady music for quite some time and I relish the opportunity to take a truly academic look at it.
This truly traditional and national religion of Rastafarianism is one of the most fascinating and pervasive of the African diaspora stories to come out of the Caribbean. Their combination of rural sentiment, urban problem solving, individual and group perceptions, lovely, flowing language, revolutionary world view, and damn catchy music make for one of the most vibrant and culturally interesting creole religions. They are a noble people and thanks to their increasing internationalization will hopefully influence our cultures for decades to come.
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