Society and the Supernatural in Song China
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352pp. June 2001
Society and the Supernatural in Song China
Author: Davis, Edward L.;
Society and the Supernatural in Song China is at once a meticulous examination of spirit possession and exorcism in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries and a social history of the full panoply of China's religious practices and practitioners at
"Methodologically innovative ... stimulating reading for all students of Chinese religions" --History of Religions, May 2005 (Download fu
Author: Davis, Edward L.;
Edward L. Davis is associate professor of Chinese history at the University of Hawai'i.
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Abbreviations

1. Introduction

2. Therapeutic Movements in the Song: Texts

3. New Therapeutic Movements in the Song: Practitioners

4. The Cult of the Black Killer

5. The Daoist Ritual Master and Child-M




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