Pilgrimage, Politics and Place-Making in Eastern Europe: Crossing the Borders

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Professor John Eade, Mr Mario Katić
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 28 Ιουν 2014 - 204 σελίδες
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Since the beginning of the anthropology of pilgrimage, scant attention has been paid to pilgrimage and pilgrim places in eastern and south-eastern Europe. Seeking to address such a deficit, this book brings together scholars from eastern and south-eastern Europe to explore the crossing of borders in terms of the relationship between pilgrimage and politics, and the role which this plays in the process of both sacred and secular place-making.
 

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crossing the Borders
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Creating
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Painting of Our Lady of Kondžilo arriving at Kondžilo August 2013
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Pilgrimages to gökçeada imvros a grecoturkish contested
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dereköy a closeup view
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a house in Tepeköy
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Experience of the Sacred
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Jasna Góra shrine 2010
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Licheń shrine main basilica May 2006
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Christian Pilgrimage
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sterilization and resacralization of the Places of secular
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Pilgrimage and homemaking
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Concluding Thoughts
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World Meeting for Peace held in Sarajevo 911 September 2012
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Muslim woman by the fence surrounding the Olovo shrine during
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Making and Remaking of National
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John Eade is Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Roehampton and Visiting Professor at University College London. His main research areas are global migration, cultural diversity, identity politics and pilgrimage. He is co-editor of Reframing Pilgrimage (2004) and Contesting the Sacred: The Anthropology of Christian Pilgrimage (1991). He has edited singly and jointly seven other volumes, and is also a single author of two books. Mario Katić is a research and teaching assistant at the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Zadar. His main research areas are pilgrimage, place and space, death and memory. He is editor of Usora: past, customs and everyday life (2011), and co-editor of two further volumes dealing with pilgrimage, tourism and Bosnian Croats.

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