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Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics
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Vol 11 No 1 (2017): Contemporary Ritual Landscapes
Contemporary Ritual Landscapes. Preface to the Special Issue
Articles (special issue)
Introduction: Enquiries into Contemporary Ritual Landscapes
Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, Eleonora A. Lundell, Marja-Liisa Honkasalo
Landscape and Gods among the Khanty
The Living Camera in the Ritual Landscape: The Teachers of the Tatuutsi Maxakwaxi School, the Wixárika Ancestors, and the Teiwari Negotiate Videography
Lea Kantonen, Pekka Kantonen
Initiations in the Burmese Ritual Landscape
Bénédicte Brac de la Perrière
Figure 1: Tattooing along the hair central parting. Photo by the author.
Photo 2. The initiate dressed as the “spirit’s wife” before to enter in the “residence”. Photo by the author.
The Israeli–Palestinian Separation Wall and the Assemblage Theory: The Case of the Weekly Rosary at the Icon of Our Lady of the Wall
Figure 1. Map of the Rachel’s Tomb Area and Checkpoint 300 (ARIJ).
Photo 1. Home of the Anastas family surrounded on three sides by the Wall. Photo by author.
Photo 2. The Elizabethan nuns, Abuna M., EAPPI volunteer, and Christians recite the Rosary by the Wall next to the entrance of Checkpoint 300. The Checkpoint’s watchtower looms over it. Photo by author.
Photo 3. Pilgrims conclude the recitation of the Rosary through the singing of the Salve Regina in Latin while standing in front of the Our Lady of the Wall Icon. Photo by author.
Photo 4. Icon of Our Lady of the Wall painted in 2010 by iconographer Ian Knowles. Photo by author.
Figure 2. Picture of Mary and Joseph blocked outside Bethlehem by the Wall allegedly painted by graffiti artist Banksy (2015).
Figure 3. Mary and Joseph inspected at the Checkpoint before entering Bethlehem (Polyp).
Photo 5. New icons added by Pilgrims next to Our Lady of the Wall. Photo by author.
Photo 6. The San Luca Icon pushed in between the Wall’s cement slabs near the Icon of Our Lady of the Wall. Photo by author.
Photo 7. Pilgrims shaking hands with the soldiers monitoring the Holy Mass at Our Lady of the Wall. Photo by author.
“Je suis Charlie” and the Digital Mediascape: The Politics of Death in the Charlie Hebdo Mourning Rituals
Figure 1. The popularity of hashtags associated with Charlie Hebdo attacks.
Figure 2. Je Suis Charlie drawing (H.KoPP 2015).
Photo 1. Place de la Republique, January 11, 2015 (Ortelpa 2015).
Photo 2. Ritual march in Marseille. Photo by Jean-Benoît Zimmermann (2015).
Photo 3. Trafalgar Square. Photo by Aurelien Guichard (2015).
Figure 3. The Scream. Image by Paris 16 (2015).
The Postpartum Tradition of Sawa Mahina in Rural Punjab, Pakistan
Azher Hameed Qamar
‘Blood’ Kinship and Kinship in Christ’s Blood: Nomadic Evangelism in the Nenets Tundra
Notes and Reviews
The Concept of Work in Yupik Eskimo Society Before and After the Russian Influx: A Linguist’s Perspective