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  • Saints, Places, and National Imagination. Historical Anthropology of Religious Life in the Balkans

  • Yazar: Valtchinova, Galia

  • Yayınevi: İsis

  • ISBN / ISSN: 9789754286236

  • Basım yılı ve yeri: 2019 / İstanbul

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Analecta Isisiana CXLVI

276 s, İngilizce.

Acknowledgements Note on Transliteration

Introduction

Part One. Saints and invention of tradition 

  • I. Facettes du culte de Sainte Parascève (Petka) d’Epivates et ses usages dans l’univers balkano-orthodoxe : du contexte prémoderne aux contextes modernes 
  • II. « Foi » et « nation » dans deux récits du transfert des reliques de Sainte Parascève (Petka, Paraschiva) de 1641 [Based on « Le transfert des reliques de Sainte Parascève (Petka, Paraschiva) de 1641 : Témoignages de deux personnages religieux contemporains », Revue d’Études Sud-Est Européennes (Bucarest, Académie roumaine des sciences), XLVII, 1-4, 2009, pp. 39-53] 
  • III. The Christian-Muslim religious symbiosis in Ottoman context: comparing two local cults of saint Therapon [Based on “The Christian-Muslim religious symbiosis according to F.W. Hasluck: comparing two local cults of saint Therapon”, in: David Shankland (ed.), Archaeology, Anthropology and Heritage in the Balkans and Anatolia: The Life and Times of F.W. Hasluck, 1878-1920, vol. 2, Istanbul: Isis Press, 2004, pp. 159-181] 
  • IV. Saint(s) Théodore et le partage entre « nous » et les « autres » dans les Balkans : apparitions et miracles entre littérature et tradition orale 

Part Two. Saints and holy places as symbolic mediations of social and political change 

  • V. Nationalism at work. Economy, society, and the struggle for heavens in Melnik and Stanimaka [Expanded version of “Nationalism at (Symbolic) Work. Social Disintegration and the National Turn in Melnik and Stanimaka,” In: Hannes Grandits, Nathalie Clayer and Robert Pichler, eds., Conflicting Loyalties in the Balkans. The Great Powers, the Ottoman Empire and Nation Building, London: I.B. Tauris, 2011, pp. 225-250, 325-338] 
  • VI. Saints, Pilgrimages and the Religious Market: Considerations on the Religious Revival in Postsocialist Bulgaria [Based on “Aspects of Religious Globalization: Cases from Postsocialist Bulgaria”, in: MESS Vol. 6.Mediterranean Ethnological Summer School, Piran/Pirano, Slovenia 2003 and 2004, Edited by Bostjan Kravanja & Matej Vranješ, Ljubljana: Filozofska fakulteta, Oddelek za etnologjo in kulturno antropologijo, Županičeva knjižnica, 2005, pp. 167-182] 
  • VII. The Mount of the Cross: Sharing a cult place and building boundaries in the Rhodopes [Expanded version of “The Mount of the Cross: Sharing and Constructing Boundaries on a Balkan Pilgrimage Site”, in Dionigi Albera & Maria Couroucli (eds.) Sharing Sacred Spaces in the Mediterranean. Christians, Muslims, and Jews at Shrines and Sanctuaries, Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2012, pp. 69-93] 

Part Three. History and Memory between knowledge and divine Intervention 

  • VIII. Constructing the Bulgarian Pythia: The Seer Vanga between Religion, Memory and History [Based on “Constructing the Bulgarian Pythia: Intersecting religion, memory, and history in the seer Vanga”, in: Deema Kaneff, Frances Pine, Haldis Haukanes (eds.), Memory, Politics and Religion: The Past Meets the Present in Europe [Halle Studies in the Anthropo­logy of Eurasia, vol. 4], LIT Verlag Muenster, 2004, pp. 179-198] 
  • IX. Icône, mémoire, identité : l’agir de l’icône-qui-vole entre Bansko et Konče (République de Macédoine) 
  • X. The Struggle of Legends. Ismail Kadare, the works and lives of Parry and Lord, and Balkan nationalisms [Based on “Ismail Kadare’s The H-File and The Making of the Homeric Verse. Variations on the works and lives of Milman Parry and Albert Lord”, in: Stephanie Schwandtner-Sievers and Berndt J. Fischer (eds.), Albanian Identities: Myth and History, London: Hurst & Co, 2002, pp. 104-114]

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