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Volume 02

Ethnologia Balkanica
Journal of Balkan Ethnology
Zeitschrift für Balkanethnologie
Journal d'ethnologie balkanique

Contents Volume 2/1998

Editorial

1. Ideology in Balkan Anthropology

  • Ilija Iliev, Sofia
    The Proper Use of Ancestors
  • Christian Giordano, Fribourg
    Actualizing History in Eastern and Western Europe. The History of the Historian and that of the Anthropologist
  • Deema Kaneff, Cambrige
    Negotiating the Past in Post-Socialist Bulgaria
  • Vintilă Mihăilescu, Bucharest
    The Monographic School of Dimitrie Gusti. How is a "Sociology of the Nation" Possible?
  • Asker Kartarı, Ankara
    Ideologie in der türkischen Ethnologie und Folkloristik
  • Klaus Roth, Munich
    Folklore and Nationalism: The German Example and its Implications for the Balkans
  • Nikola F. Pavković, Belgrade
    L'idéologie du Yougoslavisme dans l'ethnologie serbe de la primière moitié du XXe siècle
  • Karl Kaser, Graz
    Anthropology and the Balkanization of the Balkans: Jovan Cvijić and Dinko Tomašić
  • Slobodan Naumović, Belgrade
    Romanticists or Double Insiders? An Essay on the Origins of Ideologised Discourses in Balkan Ethnology
  • Asen Balikci, Sofia
    The "Bulgarian Ethnography" of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Some Critical Comments
  • Petăr Petrov, Sofia
    Conquering the Feast. The Socialist Transformation of a Religious Feast in a Bulgarian Village
  • Milena Benovska-Săbkova, Sofia
    Political Myth and Religion
  • Galia Vălčinova, Sofia
    Ethnographie et folklore du religieux en Bulgarie: "un tango de Lénine"?
  • Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers, Berlin
    Ethnicity in Transition: The Albanian Aromanians' Identity Politics
  • Fotini Tsibiridou, Komotini
    Esquisse d'une problematique sur la construction des identités dans la region montagneuse du Rhodope en Grèce
  • Christina Moutsou, Cambridge
    The White Acropolis Association: The Projection of the National Greek Ideals and the Perpetuation of Internal Conflicts

2. The State of the Discipline

  • Siegfried Gruber, Graz
    Austrian Contributions to the Ethnological Knowledge of the Balkans since 1850

  • Radost Ivanova, Sofia
    New Orientations in Bulgarian Ethnology and Folkloristics

3. Reports

  • Rumen Daskalov, Sofia/Berlin
    Identität, Migration und Grenzen auf dem Balkan. Zweite Konferenz der Association for Balkan Anthropology in Bukarest 1997

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