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Accepted Paper:

New ways of self-expression and activities of Baltic native faith paganisms  
Dalia SenvaitytÄ— (Vytautas Magnus University)

Paper short abstract:

Native Baltic Faith paganism is in constant change. New developments of the native faith neo-pagan movement will be disused.

Paper long abstract:

The presentation (based on the new empirical research carried out in 2011-2018) will give attention to the new diversification of the Baltic Native faith paganisms, change of their self-expression and activities, symbolic attributes of their material culture, change of the ritual behavior and rituals, interaction between neo-pagans and the ritual environment, their new sacred places and the place-making process as well as on their other inner and public activities (socio-cultural and political power, self presentation in mass media, etc.).

Panel Reli03
Religious in idiosyncrasy. New religious movements in the 21st century [SIEF Ethnology of Religion Working Group]
  Session 1 Wednesday 17 April, 2019, -