- Title Pages
- Note on Orthography and Naming
- 1 Religious Pluralism and the Afro-Cuban Ritual-Arts Movement, 1899–1969
- 2 Tiburcia and the Nested Spaces of Afro-Cuban Ritual Arts, 1861–1938
- 3 Hortensia and Iluminada Afro-Cuban Ritual Altars at the Crossroads
- 4 Iluminada and Carmen Arts of Historical Desire in 1950s and 1960s Spanish Harlem
- Conclusion: Afro-Atlantic Arts and W the Popular Sublime
- Appendix: Food for the Oricha
- Afro-Cuban Religious Arts
- University Press of Florida
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