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Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics
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Vol 7 No 1 (2013)
Folk Religion in Discourse and Practice
James Alexander Kapaló
Tree Beings in Tibet: Contemporary Popular Concepts of klu and gnyan as a Result of Ecological Change
Photo 1. The klu tree in front of Lhalung monastery. Spiti, India.
Photo 2. The klu tree in detail. Spiti, India.
Photo 4. The klu acting as local deity (sa bdag) of Samling monastery. Upper Dolpo, Nepal.
Photo 3. Samling monastery, Dolpo, Nepal. Photograph by Jakub Kocurek.
Sowing the Seeds of Faith: A Case Study of an American Missionary in the Russian North
Photo 1. William has just helped to repair a neighbour's truck. Photo by Art Leete, 2008.
The Body in New Age from the Perspective of the Subtle Body: The Example of the Source Breathwork Community
Immoral Obscenity: Censorship of Folklore Manuscript Collections in Late Stalinist Estonia
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Anthropological Interpretation of the Meaning of Ritual Objects in the Contemporary Urban Wedding in Bulgaria
Photo 2. Wedding chicken, surrounded by chicks. Plovdiv, 2010. Photograph by Stoyan Ivanov.
Photo 3. Wedding chicken, decorated with sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds. Sofia, 2013. Photograph by Ivo Nikolov.
Photo 4. Wedding chicken.
Photo 1. Wedding chicken dressed as shepherds. The wedding chicken in the middle is female and therefore holds a spindle. Sofia, 2011. Photograph by Stoyan Ivanov.
Photo 5. Wedding chicken with a cigarette in the mouth, holding a stick decorated with olives, and surrounded by two wedding breads. Sofia 2013. Photograph by Ivan Todorov.
Places Revisited: Transnational Families and Stories of Belonging
Pihla Maria Siim
Official Status As a Tool of Language Revival? A Study of the Language Laws in Russia’s Finno-Ugric Republics
Notes and Reviews
Gendered Rural Spaces