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Birth, puberty, marriage, and death are, in all cultures, marked by ceremonies xrnold may differ but are universal in function. Arnold van Gennep genneep the first anthropologist to note the regularity and significance fan the rituals attached to the transitional stages in man’s life, and his phrase for these, “the rites of passage,” has become a part of the language Birth, puberty, marriage, and death are, in all cultures, marked by ceremonies which may differ but are universal in function.

Arnold van Gennep was the first anthropologist to note the regularity and significance of the rituals attached to the transitional stages in man’s life, and his phrase for these, “the rites of passage,” has become a part of the language of anthropology and sociology.

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Oct arno,d, Greg rated it really ;aso it Shelves: This is a classic work in Anthropology, where he laid out his classification or rites, rites of separation pre-liminalrites of transition liminal vaan, and rites of incorporation post-liminal. This would be lps expanded on by Victor Turner. Jul 12, Abner Rosenweig rated it it was amazing.

One of the seminal works on rites of passage across world culture, this is an illuminating look at how humans move through life, marking our key turning points with events, or rituals. Van Gennep notes these life rituals all share an underlying form, consisting of a tripartite process of separation, transition, and incorporation, and he demonstrates his theory again and again through close analysis of hundreds of rituals across cultures geographically and temporally.

As a storyteller, I find Van One of the seminal works on rites of passage across world culture, this is an illuminating look at how humans move through life, marking our key turning points with events, or rituals.

As a storyteller, I find Van G. Says Van Gennep, “Life itself means to separate and to be reunited, to change form and condition, to die and to be reborn.

It is to fennep and to cease, to wait and rest, and then to begin acting again, but in a different way. And there are always new thresholds to cross. Apr 23, teavious rated it really liked it Shelves: This was so reader friendly that I was actually a bit shocked by how fast the pages went by. Very easy to understands, A TON of examples to get exactly the kind of thing the author is talking about. Aug 20, Jonathan rated it it was amazing. Man, what would my dissertation be without this book, I even stole from the title.

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Dec 23, Clivemichael rated it really liked it Shelves: Seminal study, dated but still ritls, fascinating overview of a complex subject. Jul 10, Bangquito rated it arhold liked it. The Rites of Passage exhibits 3-fold liminality as concept of pattern elsewhere in ,os culture. Separation, transition, and incorporation In his terms; pre-liminal, liminal, and post liminal. It almost felt like reading a fantasy story, minus any narrative intention or sentimental value You wish.

The Rites of Passage by Arnold van Gennep

It is the best to see this book as ethnography journal as it stands for, rather than an architectural study which Gennfp vainly tr The Rites of Passage exhibits 3-fold liminality as concept of pattern elsewhere in tribal culture. It is the best to see this book as ethnography journal as it stands for, rather than an architectural study which I vainly tried.

Architectural-wise, liminality is concept being brought to spatial activites everywhere, when a place functioned as transitional passage into a new place. For example the rites examine 3 parti of spatial ls, exclusion, liminal, and incorporation, which psso be placed in a design to increase sense of actor experiences about themshelves. But alas, more relatable knowledge and skill is needed before it falls into ilusory correlation.

Nevertheless, general analogy of Van Gennep’s ritual pattern is still proven to be relevant in design. So the answer of, why was my ethno-architecture lecturer recommended this book is now being brought to light.

The book sublimely talks about space. Somewhere in the place where there is no law and concept of morality is extraneous to ours, architecture was not a part of cultural expression. It was substance of rites, a full-functioned theater which orchestrates their life, at least in our perspective. They might not realized genneep, yet as depicted in Architecture without architect, it only visually interesting for us.

Gennep never talks about architectural output such as decorative ornament or the likes, he took more general example as “line drawn with ox blood” as mere transitional symbol, which represent basic idea of gateway.

He pounds liminality in examples, and proves that there is finite pattern in each transition. I love part about The Funeral and initiation rites.

The chapters easily being most interesting component of the book. We are aware little about transition in term of tribal as well as in our urban space. We encounter space but we rarely experience liminal space because everything is pointed and contextualy should-be-fulfilling.

So far, the book adjust my view about importance of liminality, wether we spatially in doubt and yet we have chances to choose.

A seminal work in Anthropology. His idea of liminality was further developed by other scholars notably, Victor Tuner. Gennep has been criticised for assuming that his tripartite classification of rites is universal, also on the grounds that his triparti A seminal work in Anthropology.

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Gennep has been criticised for assuming that his tripartite classification of rites is universal, also on the grounds that his tripartite theory cannot be applied to rites involving women see Bruce Lincoln’s Emerging From the Chrysalis: Rituals of Women’s Initiation.

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In lieu of the shortcomings, this book influenced many scholars and generated a lot of important debates into different fields of research. Nov 14, Jeff rated it liked it. Although much of this is by now seriously outdated–specifically considering the ethnocentric and misogynistic discourse–van Gennep’s early 20th Century conversation on his now-famously coined term “Rite of Passage” is an important anthropological starting point.

Loe text only ever touches upon the concepts, and uses a variety of examples only in passing, but the general concept of said rites–articulated through the process of separation, transition, and incorporation–are still considered tod Although much of this is by now seriously outdated–specifically considering the ethnocentric and misogynistic discourse–van Gennep’s early 20th Century conversation on his now-famously coined term “Rite of Passage” is an important anthropological starting point.

The text only ever touches upon the concepts, and uses a variety of examples only in passing, but the general concept of said rites–articulated through the process of separation, transition, and incorporation–are still considered today and paved the way for future anthropologists and mythologists to ground their work.

Rather archaic, but fundamental arbold its foundations. Oct 11, Eric rated it liked it Shelves: Very important anthropology text.

Today really just the introduction and conclusion are required reading to understand the basic ideas. The rest of the text just supplies arno,d examples of the theory put forth in the intro. Would also highly recommend Victor Turner’s The Ritual Process for anybody who liked this book and its basic idea.

Jul 25, mahatmanto rated it really liked it. Mar 09, Kevin rated it it was amazing. Nov 08, Ellen rated it it was amazing Shelves: Very important foundation for anthropological study. Probably dry if you’re not passionate about anthropology, but the parts about bestiality would add a splash of interest for anyone – either for humour or an interest in people.

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