So, even if the content of the belief is not heavily syncretized
, the issue being experienced is still the result of having the two elements co-existing in the same cosmological frame.
Hence I am not suggesting that the Africans who met at Bois Caiman, the originating moment of the Haitian Revolution, syncretized
their African Vodou practical consciousness with that of the Europeans, or that the ambiguity, hybridity, and liminality of that syncretism provided them the space to speak as subalterns.
He provides absorbing examples of how local traditions (adat) have become syncretized
with Islam and Christianity, and how such syncretism sometimes maintained the peace while at other times it did not.
Martinez remarked "that it is difficult to tell what is left other than a heavily syncretized
thesis about Black Elk.
These are not remnant of the earliest form of Zoroastrianism but tell of an earlier cult of fire which was most likely syncretized
with ancient Persian monotheism.
The fact that many displaced Africans retained their religious beliefs and often syncretized
African gods to fit the imposed Catholic saints indicates for Soyinka the authenticity of the African worldview.
Digital games require a user's interaction with new media, players and students, even if those roles are syncretized
in the same subject.
67) A tradition of such musical "borrowing" suggests that modern Jewish identity is by necessity an amalgamation, affirming Paul Gilroy's assertion that diaspora identities are "creolized, syncretized
, hybridized, and chronically impure forms.
The work's principal figure was inspired by Exu, the trickster of the Afro-Brazilian Yoruba religion, often syncretized
with Christianty's tempter devil.
There are also a few pieces of material evidence which may suggest that Isis and Epona were linked or even syncretized
into a single deity, Isis-Epona.
The inhabitants of the religious habitus, coupled with the words, music, and song that congregate within and waft through its space, reveal its multicultural and multilingual composition as the many faces and voices of the nation are syncretized
in praise and worship.
In Cuba, Chinese indentured laborers began arriving in 1847 and eventually numbered close to 150,000, but it was not until the twentieth century that Chinese music started to become syncretized