COLLECTION OF PAPERS OF ETHNOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE, Volume 28: Cultural Permeations: Anthropological Perspectives*

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Editor in chief:

Drаgаnа Rаdojičić

 

Editor:

Srđan Radović

 

International editorial board:

Radost Ivanova,

Elephterios Alexakis,

Jana Pospíšilová,

Karl Kaser,

Gabriela Kiliánová,
Milica Bakić-Hayden,

Ingrid Slavec-Gradišnik,

Marina Martynova,

Fernando Diego Del Vecchio,

Kjell Magnusson,

Tatiana Podolinska,

Peter Finke;

 

Editorial board:

Gojko Subotić,

Sofijа Milorаdović,

Jelenа Čvorović,

Srđan Radović,

Aleksаndrа Pаvićević,

Lаdа Stevаnović,

Ildiko Erdei,

Jelena Jovanović;

 

The reviewers:

Ines Prica,

Miroslava Lukić Krstanović,

Ljiljana Gavrilović,

Mladena Prelić,

Biljana Sikimić,

Miroslava Malešević,

Sanja Zlatanović,

Saša Nedeljković,

Mirjana Pavlović,
Branko Ćupurdija,

Aleksandar Krel,

Maja Đukanović,

Lidija Vujačić,

Maja Godina Golija,

Ana Luleva,

Miroslav Valka;

 

Secretary:

Mаrijа Đokić

 

The content of the publication was accepted at the meeting of the Editorial board of the Institute of Ethnography SASA, February 28th 2013

 

Belgrade 2013

 

ISBN 978-86-7587-071-5

Author
Title

 

Cultures, Permeations, Boundaries: Anthropological (and Other) Perspectives

 

Cultures, Boundaries, Others

 

Culture and Boundaries: Antiquated, Useful, or Vital Concepts?

(Mis)Understanding Darwin: Evolution and Cultural
Conceptualization of the Human-Animal Boundary in Anthropological Perspective

Symbolic Geography of the Balkans: A Border Space in English and American Travelogues 1835–1909

 

Cultures and Boundaries in the Balkans

 

Communities and Boundaries along the Southern
Bulgarian Black Sea Coastline

The Rhodopes: Perceptions about Boundaries

The Creation of Local Community and Identity.
Boundaries in the Bulgarian Town of Kardzhali

Cultural Boundary in the Experience of Czech Doctor Bohumul Bouček Regarding his Stay in Montenegro 1875/76

 

Cultures and Boundaries in Central Europe

 

Stories from the Moravian-Slovakian Border

Perception of Differences? One Cultural Phenomenon in Two Language Groups – Contribution to

Language and Identity: Vignettes on Language Use among Members of the Slovenian Minority in Austrian Carinthia

Situation of the Romani in Medjimurje and the Region of
Varaždinsko-Koprivnička Podravina and Comparison with their Situation in Prekmurje (Slovenia) and Hungary

 

Cultures and Boundaries in Banat

 

 

 

Cross-Border Nationalism and Religious Fellowship.
A Case Study of the Czech Protestant Community in Serbia

Survival and Identity. Baptist Czechs from Banat

Confessional Borders in Banat: the Case of Serbs in the Danube Gorge

 

The Romanians in Banat. Particularities of Identity

Comparative Ethnography of Banat’s Inhabitants Stances
towards their Land: Land as a Symbolic Resource

 

 

* Please note that some papers are only in Serbian language with just abstract in English. You can change language by clicking on flag image in the upper right hand corner of the window.

 

 

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