Philip J. Havik received his PhD in Social Sciences from the University of Leiden, the Netherlands, and is Senior Researcher at the Institute of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine at Universidade NOVA de Lisboa (IHMT-UNL), Portugal. His research focuses on public health, tropical medicine, health systems, indigenous medical knowledge and governance in sub-Saharan Africa, and on Portuguese-speaking countries in particular. His recent publications include, in collaboration with Luís Catarino and Maria M. Romeiras, “Medicinal Plants of Guinea-Bissau: Therapeutic Applications, Ethnic Diversity and Knowledge Transfer” in Journal of Ethnopharmacology (2016).José Mapril received his PhD in Anthropology from the Institute of Social Sciences at the University of Lisbon, and is Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal. He is also a Senior Researcher at Centro em Rede de Investigação em Antropologia (CRIA), where he has developed a research project on re-migration, life-course and future among Bangladeshis in Europe. With João Leal, he coordinates, the “Circulation and Production of Places” research group within CRIA. His publications include Secularisms in a Post Secular Age? Religiosities and subjectivities in a comparative perspective (co-edited with Ruy Blanes, Erin Wilson and Emerson Giumbelli; 2017). Clara Saraiva received her PhD in Cultural Anthropology from the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal, where she is Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities and Researcher at the Centre for Anthropological Research. Her research focuses on religious transnationalism, the expansion of Afro-Brazilian religions, the anthropology of health and alternative therapies, and ethnography and cultural heritage, in Portugal, Brazil and Africa. Her most recent publications include Experiencing Religion: New Approaches towards Personal Religiosity (in collaboration with Kinga Povedak and Lionel Obadia and José Mapril; 2015).