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Hand Trembling, Frenzy Witchcraft, and Moth Madness

A Study of Navajo Seizure Disorders

by Jerrold E. Levy

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  • 2 Currently reading

Published by University of Arizona Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neurology - General,
  • Medical Anthropology,
  • Epilepsy,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • History: American,
  • Ethnic Studies - Native American Studies - Tribes

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8069402M
    ISBN 100816515727
    ISBN 109780816515721
    OCLC/WorldCa35515773

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. According to traditional Navajo belief 5/5(1). HAND TREMBLING, FRENZY WITCHCRAFT, Frenzy Witchcraft MOTH MADNESS: A study of Navajo seizure disorders. BY JERROLD E. LEVY, RAYMOND NEUTRA, AND DENNIS PARKER, UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, TUCSON; The Navajo have a different classification of seizure disorders than that found in most standard textbooks of neurology.

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Hand Trembling, Frenzy Witchcraft, and Moth Madness: A Study of Navajo Seizure DisordersCited by: Hand trembling, frenzy witchcraft, and moth madness. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jerrold E Levy; Raymond Neutra; Dennis Parker.

Hand Trembling, Frenzy Witchcraft, and Moth Madness: A Study of Navajo Seizure Disorders Jerrold E. Levy University of Arizona Press, - Social Science - pages. Get this from a library. Hand trembling, frenzy witchcraft, and moth madness: a study of Navajo seizure disorders.

[Jerrold E Levy; Raymond Neutra; Dennis Parker] -- Examines the Navajo community's traditional response to epileptic seizures in the light of Western psychiatric disciplines, exploring why the Navajos have accorded seizures such importance, why.

Buy And Moth Madness book Trembling, Frenzy Witchcraft, and Moth Madness: A Study of Navajo Seizure Disorders by Jerrold E Levy online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions. Hand Trembling, Frenzy Witchcraft, and Moth Madness: A Study of Navajo Seizure Disorders: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: Hand Trembling, Frenzy Witchcraft, and Moth Madness: A Study of Navajo Seizure Disorders Jerrold E.

Levy, Raymond Neutra, and Dennis Parker University of Arizona Press, by Jeff Creighton This publication is the result of a 14 year study of Navajo seizure dis-orders that, until recently, have been a well kept secret among the Nava-jo.

Jerrold E. Levy is a professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of Arizona whose special interest has been Indian health problems. Jerrold E. Levy (1 Titles) Hand Trembling, Frenzy Witchcraft, and Moth Madness. Hand Trembling, Frenzy Witchcraft, and Moth Madness A.

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In the Beginning. Jerrold E. Levy. Title(s): Hand trembling, frenzy witchcraft, and moth madness: a study of Navajo seizure disorders/ Jerrold E. Levy, Raymond Neutra, Dennis Parker. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Tucson: University of Arizona Press, c Hand trembling, frenzy witchcraft, and moth madness are three Navajo designations for different types of seizures and associated behavior patterns.

The first is a means by which a person can diagnose diseases, interpreting erratic patterns of one's arms and hands. The second is a seizure thought to. Magic, Witchcraft and Religion: An Anthropological Study of the Supernatural.

Leslie, Charles. Anthropology of Folk Religion. Levy, Jerrold E. and Raymond Neutra and Dennis Parker. Hand Trembling, Frenzy Witchcraft and Moth Madness: A Study of Navajo Seizure Disorders.

Lowie, Robert. Primitive Religion. Both are based on the book “Hand Trembling, Frenzy Witchcraft, and Moth Madness, A Study of Navaho Seizure Disorder” by University of Arizona anthropologist Jerrold E. Levy. Stein's description of “The Moth Within Me” explains that, “After a contest of strength and wits, the hero kills White Butterfly with a .Hand Trembling, Frenzy Witchcraft, and Moth Madness-A Study of Navajo Seizure DisordersPrevalence of diabetes in the Navajo Indian communityThe Sore that does not Heal-Cause and Concept in the Navajo Experience of Cancer.

These are very different and unrelated cultural traditions. A “skin walker” is one type of Navajo witch. The Navajo are a Southern Athabaskan people who live in the American SW in the high Colorado Plateau “Four Corners” region.

The Navajo Nation. Thunderhead by Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child. Source: Goodreads The novel is an archaeological and witchcraft thriller. The novel protagonist, Nora Kelly, an assistant professor at Santa Fe Archaeological Institute receives a letter from her father whom dissapeared sixteen years ago from an archaeological trip.

↑ "Meet the Friends - Raymond Neutra". Iconic Houses. 21 January Retrieved 11 March ↑ Levy JE, Neutra RR, Parker D ().

Hand Trembling, Frenzy Witchcraft and Moth Madness: A Study of Navajo Seizure Disorders. Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona Press. CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list Search this book on.In the beginning: the Navajo genesis. Request This. Author Levy, Jerrold E., Title In the beginning: the Navajo genesis / Jerrold E.

Levy. Format Book Published Berkeley: University of California Press, c Hand trembling, frenzy witchcraft, and moth madness: a study of Navajo seizure disorders. Levy, Jerrold E., Hand Trembling, Frenzy Witchcraft, and Moth Madness: A Study of Navajo Seizure Disorders.

JERROLD E. LEVY, RAYMOND NEUTRA, and DENNIS PARKER. DAVID P. McALLESTER; Pages: ; First Published: 01 May