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6 edition of Trinidad Yoruba found in the catalog.

Trinidad Yoruba

From Mother Tongue To Memory

by Maureen Warner-Lewis

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Published by University Press of the West Indies .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history,
  • History,
  • Fiction - General,
  • History: World,
  • Trinidad & Tobago,
  • General,
  • Caribbean & West Indies - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages279
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9625641M
    ISBN 109766400547
    ISBN 109789766400545

    IFA/Yoruba Fundamentals of the Yoruba Religion (Orisa Worship) - Chief FAMA. This book provides detailed instruction of practical usage of Ifa by practitioners and non-practitioners and answers many questions with respect to "How to Pray ' the Ifa Way." The book, "The Bible" of the traditional Yoruba Religion, is 6 x 9, has pp with photographs/5(35).   50+ videos Play all Mix - Trinidadian Deep-Yoruba Path YouTube; Trinidadian Deep - Trini Ting - Duration: Shadow Deep 5, views. Dove - Duration: Cymande.

      Why Trinidad and Tobago citizens value Yoruba culture — Elebuibon Novem Written by: Tunde Busari Originally posted at: THE renowned Ifa Priest and Araba of Osogbo, Chief Ifayemi Elebuibon has revealed why the citizens of Trinidad and Tobago appreciate Yoruba culture and struggle to propagate it. The following excerpt comes from pp. of Houk's book. Before posting this, I should note that I have never been to Trinidad and that I am not personally familiar with Trinidadian culture or worship. IIRC, we have one poster on from Trinidad: any comments or corrections he might have are, of course, welcomed.

    Trinidad Yoruba: From mother tongue to memory. By Maureen Warner-Lewis, Page 1 of 1 Author: George L. Huttar. Reclaiming African Religions in Trinidad: The Socio-Political Legitimation of the Orisha and Spiritual Baptist Faiths. Barbados/Jamaica/Trinidad and Tobago: The University of the West Indies Press, , pp. Bibliography, photos, glossary, : Hope Munro Smith.


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Trinidad Yoruba: From Mother-Tongue to Memory (Caribbean Archaeology and Ethnohistory) [Warner-Lewis, Maureen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Trinidad Yoruba: From Mother-Tongue to Memory (Caribbean Archaeology and Ethnohistory)Cited by: 1. Offers a comprehensive description of the West African language of Yoruba as it has been used on the island of Trinidad, addressing the experience of Africans in Trinidad and examining the nature of their social and linguistic heritage as it was modified and discarded in the European-dominated island community.

Explains linguistic structures, analyzing Trinidad Yoruba as a distinct dialect of. Trinidad Orisha, also known as Shango, is a syncretic religion in Trinidad and Tobago and is of Caribbean origin, originally from West Africa (Yoruba religion).Trinidad Orisha incorporates elements of Spiritual Baptism, and the closeness between Orisha and Spiritual Baptism has led to use of the term "Shango Baptist" to refer to members of either or both religions.

A deeply informed Afrocentric view of language and cultural retention under slavery. Maureen Warner-Lewis offers a comprehensive description of the West African language of Yoruba as it has been used on the island of Trinidad in the southern by:   Trinidad Orisha: Spirit, Color, and Drums Orisha is a colorful and misunderstood religion practiced in Trinidad and Tobago with ties to the Yoruba culture of Nigeria.

A spiritual tradition with celebrations of food, drums, dance, and prayer, Orisha has millions of followers in the world. A deeply informed Afrocentric view of language and cultural retention under slavery.

Maureen Warner-Lewis offers a comprehensive description of the West African language of Yoruba as it has been used on the island of Trinidad in the southern Caribbean. The study breaks new Author: Maureen Warner-Lewis. Yoruba Songs of Trinidad Paperback – January 1, by Maureen Warner-Lewis (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 3/5(1). Maureen Warner-Lewis offers a comprehensive description of the West African language of Yoruba as it has been used on the island of Trinidad in the southern Caribbean.

The study breaks new ground in addressing the experience of Africans in one locale of the Africa diaspora and examines the nature of their social and linguistic heritage as it was successively retained, modified, and discarded.

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Browse this Book on Google A deeply informed Afrocentric view of language and cultural retention under slavery. Maureen Warner-Lewis offers a comprehensive description of the West African language of Yoruba as it has been used on the island of Trinidad in the southern Caribbean.

Trinidad is the larger and more populous of the two major islands of Trinidad and island lies 11 km ( mi) off the northeastern coast of Venezuela and sits on the continental shelf of South America.

It is often referred to as the southernmost island in the an area of 4, km 2 (1, sq mi), it is also the fifth largest in the West IndiesLocation: Eastern Caribbean. Trinidad Orisha: Spirit, Color, and Drums Orisha is a colorful and misunderstood religion practiced in Trinidad and Tobago with ties to the Yoruba culture of Nigeria.

A spiritual tradition with celebrations of food, drums, dance, and prayer, Orisha has millions of followers in the world. Orisha of Trinidad, by Monique Joiner Siedlak, explores this African-routed. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Text in English and Yoruban.

Description: xviii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Pt. Cultural researcher and chairman of the central committee of the Orisha Movement of Trinidad and Tobago, Rudolph Eastman says Orisha is a “spiritual discipline” and not a religion.

“Remember different groups came here (during slavery) and they all had different ways of worshipping the Almighty,” he says, adding that the Orisha practice. This site is on the Heritage Asset Register which is the official list of Trinidad and Tobago’s historic sites that are worthy of notation and preservation.

The register is authorized by the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago’s Council and is by no means exhaustive. The sites on the Heritage Asset Register are not owned by the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago.

Trinidad Yoruba - Notes on Survivals This article is prepared from two papers prepared for the Conference on Caribbean Linguistics, Mayat Mona, Jamaica. YORUBA is the name of a prominent language spoken by a people of the same name living in the south-western part of present-day Nigeria and in the south-eastern area of modern Dahomey.

Book Description: James Houk's field work in Trinidad and subsequent involvement in the Orisha religion allows him a uniquely intimate perspective on a complex and eclectic religion.

Originating in Nigeria, Orisha combines elements of African religions (notably Yoruba), Catholicism, Hinduism, Protestantism Spiritual Baptist, and Kabbalah. Trinidad Yoruba by Maureen Warner-Lewis,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). Books shelved as yoruba: The Handbook of Yoruba Religious Concepts by Baba Ifa Karade, Olodumare: God in Yoruba Belief by E.

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Yoruba Songs of Trinidad by Maureen Warner .Originating in Nigeria, Orisha combines elements of African religions (notably Yoruba), Catholicism, Hinduism, Protestantism Spiritual Baptist, and Kabbalah. A religion of spirits and spirit possession, ceremonies and feasts, churches and shrines, sacrifices and sacred objects, Orisha is constantly shifting and unstable, its practice widely varied.

In Spiritual Citizenship N. Fadeke Castor employs the titular concept to illuminate how Ifá/Orisha practices informed by Yoruba cosmology shape local, national, and transnational belonging in African diasporic communities in Trinidad and beyond. Drawing on almost two decades of fieldwork in Trinidad, Castor outlines how the political activism and social upheaval of the s set the stage for Brand: Duke University Press.