General readers; young scholars, undergraduates and graduates new to the topic of Rastafari on religious studies courses.
Ennis B. Edmonds, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio
Ennis B. Edmonds is Assistant Professor of African-American Religions and American Religions at Kenyon College, Ohio. His areas of expertise are African Diaspora Religions, Religion in America, and Sociology of Religion. His research has focused primarily on Rastafari, leading to the recently published Rastafari: From Outcasts to Culture Bearers (OUP, 2003).
1: Movement of Jah people: the history of Rastafari in Jamica
2: 'Rastatology' and 'livity': the principles and practices of Rastafari
3: Grounding, houses, and mansions: social formation of Rastafari
4: Rastafari international: the making of a global movement
5: Kingmen, queens, and dawtas: gender issues in Rastafari
5: 'The Head Corner Stone': Rastafari and Caribbean culture