Meet the author: Speaking of Satan in Zambia: Making cultural and personal sense of narratives about Satanism
Listen to Johanneke Kroesbergen-Kamps as she demonstrates the importance of her research on narratives about Satanism, which have become popular in the Christian context of Zambia from the 1990s onwards, make cultural sense because of their links to traditional African notions as well as contemporary Christian theologies.
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