Digital History at Ursinus

‘Man-Sculpture Relationship’ Born of African Creations’ Animism

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Title

‘Man-Sculpture Relationship’ Born of African Creations’ Animism

Subject

Growth of the African American and Africana Studies Program at Ursinus College

Description

This article features as guest speaker at Ursinus College. The speaker, Dr. Ledislas Segy, talks about his love of African Art because of their creation of animism. Animism, he describes, is a belief in magic and spiritual behavior that is deeply rooted in African art and heritage. He talks of animism is his lecture and educates the campus on how man releases these beliefs into his sculptures.

Creator

The Ursinus Weekly Staff

Source

Digital Commons at Ursinus College
Ursinus Weekly

Publisher

Ursinus College

Date

February 20th, 1969

Contributor

Judy Schneider
Jonathan Weaver
Alan Gold
Linda Turnage
Frederick Jacob

Format

Newspaper

Language

English

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Original Format

Image of article
https://digitalcommons.ursinus.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1170&context=weekly

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Citation

The Ursinus Weekly Staff, “‘Man-Sculpture Relationship’ Born of African Creations’ Animism ,” Digital History at Ursinus, accessed November 20, 2019, http://omeka.ursinus.edu/items/show/1472.