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A group for anthropologists interested in this part of the world and from researchers from there

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Comment by Tatomir Toroman on January 10, 2014 at 2:22pm

Срећна Нова година / Sretna Nova godina / Srečno Novo leto / Среќна Нова Година / Gëzuar Vitin e Ri / Честита Нова година / Un An Nou fericit /  Καλή Χρονιά /  Yeni Yılınız Kutlu Olsun...

Comment by Marina on September 13, 2013 at 5:13am

Robert A.Johnson,

You may contact Prof.Dr.Zorica Kuburic. She is very nice lady and might be of great help for your subject of interest.

Please see contact details & some other info here:

http://www.ff.uns.ac.rs/fakultet/ljudi/fakultet_odseci_sociologija_...

Comment by Tatomir Toroman on September 11, 2013 at 4:52pm

Dear Robert , there's not an easy answer to your question...
Which religion? Official Serbian Orthodox Church or "folk ortodoxy" and different religious customs and practices in the villages and towns? Vojvodina is more diverse than the rest of Serbia with more than 25 ethnic groups and six official languages! View Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vojvodina
There are many Roman Catholics and some Protestant.
In Serbia, there are also Muslims.

A basic overview can be: Zorica Kuburic (2006). Religion in Serbia and Montenegro, in: Worldmark Encyclopedia of Religious Practices, Vol. III, Ed. Thomas Riggs.
Thomson Gal. SAD. pp 307–312. ISBN 0-7876-6614-9 (vol. 3).

If you can read Serbian (or Croatian, Bosnian, Montenegrin) language much more can be found here in Serbia in libraries...There are really a lot of very interesting books and papers about religion. To mention from 2012 "Religija ovde i sada : revitalizacija religije u Srbiji (Religion here and now: the revitalization of religion in Serbia)" by Lidija Radulović, she is professor of anthropology of religion here in Belgrade.

Comment by Marek Mikus on September 11, 2013 at 1:35pm

Hi Robert, I will be submitting my thesis by the end of this year, hopefully in November, and it will be automatically published by my university (LSE). There's a chapter that deals specifically with local politics in Vrsac (a town in Banat) and I refer to material from Vojvodina across the thesis. Unfortunately religion is not my focus - I'm writing about political and social transformations as seen through the prism of the relationship of civil society and the state.

Comment by Andrea Zuppi on September 9, 2013 at 5:10pm

Thank you for sharing this very interesting material! 

Comment by Simeon Magliveras on September 9, 2013 at 1:19pm

Andrea, Henig has written an informative thesis about Sufi's in Boznia.

"The Embers of Allah: cosmologies, knowledge, and relations in the mountains of central Bosnia"

http://etheses.dur.ac.uk/915/

Enjoy

Comment by Robert A. Johnson on September 9, 2013 at 1:03pm

Andrea Zuppi:

Katherine Verdery published "Vanishing Hectare:  Property and Value in Postsocialist Transylvania" in 2003.

Comment by Robert A. Johnson on September 9, 2013 at 12:52pm

Hello all:

I am a PhD candidate very early in my studies on Serbia.  I have found much information on the break up of Yugoslavia and Serbian nationalism, but little else.  I am interested in religion (as ritual and value formation) and economics.  I have a particular interest in Vojvodina.  Where might I find recent ethnographic research on Serbia in general - and Vojvodina in particular?

Comment by Andrea Zuppi on September 9, 2013 at 10:52am

Hello! something about enviromental/ecological anthropology? relations/perception to/of the environment, ? I dont know if there are some studies for instance of hunting communities in transylvania? 

Comment by Remus Gabriel Anghel on September 9, 2013 at 10:48am

Hi Andrea, what kind of ethnographic work do you need on Romania, on what kind of subject?

 

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