+44 1803 865913
Edited By: Michael J Sheridan and Celia Nyamweru
240 pages, 15 figs, 11 tabs, 3 photos
African sacred groves are often described as the remains of primeval forests, ethnographic curiosities, and cultural relics from a static pre-colonial past. This book provides an understanding of these forests, examining their ecological characteristics and delineating how sacred groves relate to social dynamics and historical contexts.
The essays in this volume provide an enlightening tour of the issues around conservation and sacred sites. AFRICAN STUDIES REVIEW This book can be a useful tool to policy makers. SACRED SITES
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