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SIEF2015 12th Congress: Zagreb, Croatia.
21-25 June 2015

Authors

This page lists all the accepted papers by author. Click on a panel reference to see the panel page and paper details.

AuthorPaperPanel
Aboubakr, FarahThe folktale as a site of regenerating Palestinian memoryNar006
Abramson, AllenSimultaneity, play and post-sovereign instrumental modernity in climbing practices in the UKP007
Adriaans, RikDancing against the oligarchs: monumental architecture and musical protests in Yerevan, ArmeniaUrba008
Adzija, MajaRed oceanNar008
Agelopoulos, GeorgiosThe 1997 celebrations of 'Thessaloniki Cultural Capital of Europe' revisitedHeri003
Aguilar Montes de Oca, Rosa IselaThe Day of the Dead: one ritual, new folk costumes, and old identitiesHeri013
Aharon Gutman, MeiravRestructuring religion in the urban public sphere: the changing locations of non-establishment synagogues in the city of Acre Urba005
Aigner, AnitaLiving in a monument: class still matters. A case study of the Vienna Werkbund EstateHome003
Al Behandy, SuhailaBeyond the brand: Dubai's dokkans as places of belongingHeri005
Ala-Pöllänen, AnneMen or mice?Gend001
Alcalde, CristinaBetween longing and belonging: tensions between imagined and lived experiences of “home” in the return migration experiences of PeruviansMig008
Alkhoven, PatriciaDigital strategies for comparing floor plans of vernacular architectureP009
Allen, MichaelOsijek's urban influence on counternarratives to nationalism in a formerly occupied Croatian villageUrba005
Allen, RichardThe Hunger Strike of 1981: the interaction of offline and online realities in folkloreDigi001
Amosova, SvetlanaFrom real experience to folklorisation: memories of the Holocaust in LatgaleHeri010
Ana, RuxandraChoreographing masculinities: embodied narratives in social and competitive dancingGend001
Andersen, Dorte JageticInverting the telescope on borders that matter: conversations in Café EuropaMig004
Andersson, Åsa Young working class men without work: re-imagining masculinity in post-industrial societies Gend001
Andrade, Constança ManuelHome and technology: narratives, values and moralityHome003
Annist, AetMorality of migration: Estonians traversing free will and forcedness through time and spaceMig001
Ata, AyarKurdish diaspora in LondonMig007
Atanasovski, SrđanBelgrade's public space and the ethics of the sound: the case of two 'parades'Urba003
Audunsdottir, Arndís HuldaSigurður Breiðfjörðs utopian Icelandic country: how the poets opinions on social changes appear in his poemsNar008
Aureli, Andrea BrunoTwo are not enough, three are too many? Negotiating art, activism and cultural difference in a Roman squatPol005
Austdal, TordLighting the fire: the temporal structure of micro-utopias in a primitivist social movementP002
Babič, SašaParemias in children's magazinesNar005
Bacchiddu, GiovannaNourishing hope: the production of the imaginary in transnational adoptees and their natural familiesNar007
Bacchilega, CristinaNot again! The stories we tell about recurrence, structure, and interconnectednessNar002
Bachórz, AgataPolish kitchens: memories and the present. Constructing culinary knowledge under the conditions of social changeFood002
Badescu, GruiaMaking sense of ruins: urban reconstruction in Belgrade and SarajevoUrba002
Badoi, DeliaEst-ce que la sociologie roumaine est un « brand » national? Le cas de l'internationalisation de la sociologie roumaine après 1989Disc001
Bagarić, PetarNo retreat: embodied subject and incessant tradeBody004
Baía, JoãoFrontier between different practices in the Portuguese-Spanish borderland (1957-1974)Mig006
Bajuk Sencar, TatianaEurope as an imagined Utopian project of the EU institutionsP008
Balcerzak, AgnieszkaIn the (utopian) world of a rainbow, teddy bears and girls from the wardrobe: cultural representations of the LGTB movement in post-communist PolandPol008
Bale, AnnaDúchas: the national folklore collection of Ireland's digitization projectArch001
Balkansky-Selles, ZiliaThe aesthetic of community in Bloomington's Community OrchardBody005
Balkenhol, MarkusThe Zwarte Piet debate: race, cultural heritage, and citizenship in the NetherlandsHeri003
Bardone, EsterThe future belongs to vegetarian food! Redefining Estonian culinary heritage in early 20th century advice literature Food001
Barešová, MarieYugoslav filmmakers who studied at Prague film school (FAMU) in 1960s and 1970sSPS004
Barna, Gábor"Iron Curtains" behind the Iron CurtainSPS001
Bárth, DánielCatholic enlightenment and religious rituals in Hungary (1760-1800)Reli005
Bartulovic, AlenkaIdeological clashes in the post-Yugoslav sevdalinkaSPS002
Bastos, CristianaThe display that makes you sick: the haunting pedagogy of medical moulagesMuse002
Bayindir Goularas, GökçeThe patriarchal heritage in the Greek community of Istanbul Gend002
Beckman, Anita Young working class men without work: re-imagining masculinity in post-industrial societies Gend001
Becut, AndaLes produits traditionnels roumains, expression du terroir ou stratégie de marketing? Heri005
Beggiora, StefanoTheriomorphism and lycanthropy in India: metamorphosis of an environmental and social systemRur004
Belaj, Marijana"We all laughed at the secret of the collapse of Communism, only Communists believed in that": The first ten years of the Medjugorje apparitionsReli008
Belaj, MelanijaTradition vs. bureaucracy: on producing homemade rakija in EU (Case of Croatia)Food003
Bellio, AlfonsinaTissages surnaturels. Le défi de l'ethnologie européenne face au non visibleDisc001
Benassi, AndreaThe memory of the Earth: geo-scape, nature and the poetic of the anthropocene in an Italian nature parkP004
Benovska-Sabkova, MilenaLocal heritage, European projects, and transformation of urban spaceUrba001
Benovska-Sabkova, MilenaHeritage, obliteration, and memory in city settingsUrba008
Bernardić, LidijaWild horses in the 'rewilding' Europe: constructing the wild, constructing the utopiaP001
Bhreathnach, UnaDúchas: the national folklore collection of Ireland's digitization projectArch001
Bianchi, MicheleThe Tour on the sites and crime scenes: witnessing, remembering and display the absence: commemorating the massacre of Srebrenica (BiH) Heri010
Bielenin-Lenczowska, KarolinaMacedonian Poreche between idyllic imaginaries and post-socialist realities: reflections from an ethnographic revisitRur001
Billiard, EliseQuestionning the ownership of public spaces in MaltaUrba007
Bingaman, Eveline"People here don't need money!": between Utopia and neoliberalism in Southwest ChinaRur001
Bird-David, NuritRoutinurgency: Routine-Emergency in Contemporary Israeli HomesHome002
Birgisdottir, Særun LisaThe hidden people amongst us: gay men in Iceland during the occupation in WWIIGend004
Bittnerova, DanaUtopias and heritages of/in post-rural worlds: Rethinking rurality of contemporary Slovak-Hungarian villageRur003
Bitusikova, AlexandraTransformations of memory and identity in SlovakiaSPS003
Blaakilde, Anne LeonoraBodily interactions with radio listening in later life - and in a life course perspectiveBody001
Blagaić Bergman, MarinaLiving on an island: ethnological and cultural anthropological contributions to island studiesP006
Blanes, RuyThe energeia of spiritual possession: human-spirit relationality, creativity and micro-utopiasP002
Bock, JanThe event and emergent social forms: concrete utopias of political associationP002
Bodner, ReinhardDiscarded heritage? "Costume Renewal" before, during and after the NS era and the contemporary practice of "folk costumes" in TyrolHeri013
Bodoque-Puerta, Yolanda"Caravans of women": rural areas, female immigration, bachelorhood and social inequalities.Rur001
Boerhout, LauraNegotiating a memory discourse: transnational remembrance practices of the Bosnian War in the NetherlandsHeri014
Boerhout, Laura"Memory Walk Sarajevo - Istočno-Sarajevo" - Short film clips on local monuments and histories by young people from Bosnia and Herzegovina WP008
Bofulin, Martina“Becoming a better person”: Chinese adolescents in JapanMig008
Bogumił, ZuzannaTransformations of the enemy of the people into a new Russian martyr: how the public memory of Soviet repressions changes in RussiaSPS003
Boldāne-Zeļenkova, IlzeSpaces of memory and cultural practices in the post-Soviet exterritorial area in LatviaSPS003
Bolieraki, EleniOf still time and precarious existence: young Afghani asylum seekers transiting GreeceMig005
Bondanini, Francesco BrunoJalisco: a participatory photo archive of the outskirts of MelillaArch002
Borland, KatherineThe afterlife of martyrsBody002
Botikova, MartaVisualisation and legitimization of tradition: aged people in ethnological documentary photographyGend003
Boussalem, HouriaApproche methodologique de realisation d'inventaire du PCI en AlgerieDisc001
Bowles, Ben "How many communities organise themselves to provide for themselves?" How the itinerant boaters of South East England seek deliberate marginality to the capitalist and state orderMig001
Bowman, MarionPilgrimage in Scotland: recovering and reframing a land of lost contentReli001
Bowman, MarionDiscussion I: What are Protestants looking for, and why choose pilgrimage?Reli001
Bowman, MarionDiscussion II: Caminoisation : The ‘McDonalisation’ of Pilgrimage?Reli001
Bozic-Vrbancic, SenkaThe ARD-tolerance week: politics of differencePol005
Branda, Alina IoanaMigration experiences and imaginaries: a few case studiesMig003
Bregenhøj, CarstenMasks and mumming as cultural heritageReli009
Brenna, Brita From analogue to digital utopias: connecting copiesMuse003
Breuer, AscanJakarta DisorderWP008
Brkovic, CarnaPeeling off layers to reach the human being: vernacular universalistic ideas about humanness in Bosnia and HerzegovinaPol003
Broer, IreneStaying up to date: redefining cultural identity through digital media during the Ukrainian political crisisMig007
Browne, CynthiaAn ethnography of "non-places" in the Ruhr: investment zones, situation rooms, and utopic stock exchangesP007
Brownlee, AttractaProtestant pilgrimage in Ireland: reclaiming ancient Christian pathways and exploring new tracksReli001
Brozović Rončević, DunjaSyncretism at a distance: complex Romance-Slavic identity on the island of RabP006
Buble, TamaraPolitics of remembering and forgetting in post-socialism: the case of People's Liberation Struggle participants' graves at Mirogoj cemetary in ZagrebP005
Buccitelli, AnthonyGoogle's ingress, folk geographies, and the experience of cultural heritageDigi003
Buga-Moraru, Elena-MadalinaReveal of national heritage in advertising local brandsHeri005
Bujas, PetarIs the renewal of the utopian imaginarium necessary now more than ever?Nar007
Bukovcan, TanjaTolerated pains, ignored sorrows: a historical view on domestic violenceBody006
Bula, DaceLost islandness: nostalgic mindscapes of a suburban peninsula communityP006
Bulat Silva, ZuzannaThe concept of home in European Portuguese: lar versus casaHome002
Bulić, IvaTibetan Buddhist prostration as the embodiment of hyperaesthetic utopiaBody004
Burgos Tejrovská, PavlaMapping community needs and potentials: public engagement as a method to communicate and promote findings from applied researchDisc002
Bürkert, KarinArtists for urban planning? Visions of a cultural center caught between creative and commercial usesUrba006
Burset, SebastianMaps of anxiety or empowerment: undocumented migrant' leisurely use of public spacesUrba003
Bursta, BeateThe Kilt & the KofteWP008
Butter, StellaPsycho-Mappings of home in "Sightseers"Home002
Butterfield, NicolePreliminary research on non-normative sexualities and gender identities in rural Croatia: deconstructing hegemonic sexualities and gender identitiesGend004
Bužeková, TatianaCommon work on the future: concept of healing in neo-shamanism Reli006
Cachado, RitaEthnographic archives and the ways anthropologists deal with their filesArch004
Cadet, EmmanuelleMulti mémoires Multi histoires de l'histoire des conflits au Liban : Retour sur l'expérience d'une construction mémorielle inclusive porté par des acteurs de la société civileHeri014
Campion-Vincent, VéroniqueHow Contactee and "invented Indian" mythologies influenced the New Age: Indians, alternative spiritual practices and the 2012 phenomenon in the Triangle of Bugarach (France's Area 51)Reli006
Cantinho de Jesus, VanessaBlurred images, concrete realities: the interplay between imaginings and emplacement in the migration experiences of Portuguese in the Amsterdam creative and cultural industriesMig002
Cardeira da Silva, MariaAlternative centres: Jewish heritage policies in MoroccoReli002
Čargonja, HrvojeEmotional aesthetics as a hyperaesthetic Utopia in Caitanya VaishnavismBody004
Carlier, PatriciaInventorying intangible cultural heritage, a new reality for the tourism development: an example in south of FranceHeri002
Carnassale, DanyHow to manage a stigmatized form of masculinity: narratives, practices and desires expressed by some African men facing intolerance in present-day ItalyGend001
Carvalho Fernandes, MarisaThe cycles of impermanent alterity in NazaréUrba005
Catrina, SoniaHeritage discourse in Romania: peasant as a national identity brand Heri005
Ceribasic, NailaCollaborative-academic ethnomusicology? On the prospects provided by the program of safeguarding ICHHeri009
Černelić, MilanaRitual traditional clothing among Bunjevci Croats in SerbiaHeri013
Chabashvili, TamarMapping painful memories of victims of domestic abuseWP005
Chernyavska, MarynaContested identity of the folklore archives: shaping cultural heritage for the futureArch003
Chocano, RodrigoEthnic identity on records: intangible heritage politics in an Afro-Descendant Latin American musical compilationHeri006
Chryssanthopoulou, VassilikiThe academic and public role of folkloric and anthropological scholarship in contemporary GreeceDisc003
Cichocki, PiotrDigital church. The speculative fieldwork.WP003
Clopot, CristinaWeaving the past in a fabric: Old Believers' traditional costumeHeri013
Clot Garrell, AnnaReimagining monastic utopia through a new gaze: what is it and what does it mean to visit a Catholic monastery today?Reli004
Cobel-Tokarska, MartaLast PRL generation: thirties' memory of the 80'sP005
Cocq, CoppélieTraditional knowledge: new expertsDigi003
Colavincenzo, Rita"A place apart": the reawakening of Irish food culture in West Cork, IrelandFood001
Colombo, Romina MagdalenaGenealogies of domestic décor processes in late modern Madrid (1986-1999)Home003
Cook, Ian MInside out: the public times and spaces of caste and community in a smaller Indian cityUrba005
Cordileone, DianaAustrian hegemony and the Southern Slavs: Jelica Belović-Bernadzikowska, F.S. Krauss, and the feminine subversion of the canonHeri012
Cortes Vazquez, Jose AntonioNeorural movements and natural protected areas in the post-crisis, neoliberal age: new subjects, new values and new conflictsRur001
Coskun, MustafaImprovisation as Heritage: Situating Kyrgyz Oral Poetry Performances in a Longue DuréeHeri004
Cruces Villalobos, FranciscoNarratives of the self and the metropolization of intimacy (Madrid-Montevideo-México).Nar008
Csáji, László KoppányConflicting Utopia: discourses of ideal life, religion and economy in one of the new religious movements of the Carpathian basinReli003
Cubells, JennyTaming of affects: from monogamous affections to non monogamous horizonsHome004
Czarnecka, DominikaCoping with the difference: social and cultural practices in the post-Soviet military base in PolandSPS003
D'Elia, Miriam"Elsewhere" is "Nowhere": the present time and homecoming sense among congolese women refugees in Kampala (Uganda)Mig005
D'orsi, LorenzoSilenced memory for imagining the future: the museum of the Turkish military coup of 1980 beyond the challenge of official history Heri014
D'orsi, LorenzoUtopias are the daily life: subjectivity, doing together and collective dreams of Gezi Movement and post-Gezi activism in TurkeyPol007
da Silva e Sá, Guilherme JoséNiches and nexus: producing landscape and transforming nature in Northeast PortugalP004
Damsholt, TineUtopias and heterotopias of migrationMig002
Dankic, AndreaContested masculinities: practice and performance in Swedish battle rapGend001
Dapit, RobertoSilenced memory and heritage: the discourse of the past and the future within the Slovenian community in the province of Udine (Italy)Heri014
De Cesari, ChiaraStruggles over urban heritage in Jerusalem and IstanbulUrba004
De Graeve, KatrienCare as social capital: the care for unaccompanied minor foreignersHome004
De Musso, FedericoEngaged visual anthropologyDisc002
Deger, JenniferRingtoneWP008
del Mármol, CamilaChanging ruralities: between abandonment and redefinition in the Catalan PyreneesRur001
Delakorda Kawashima, TinkaPolitics of the sacred in the heritagization of Churches and Christian Sites in Japan Reli002
Demetriou, OlgaLandscaping ruination: organic and organised revitalization attempts in Nicosia's Buffer ZoneUrba004
Demirer, YücelThe interaction between exemplarity and political process: the case of Turkish president Erdogan's "one minute" angry walk out at 2009 Davos meetingBody002
Demirhisar, Deniz GünceUtopias are the daily life: subjectivity, doing together and collective dreams of Gezi Movement and post-Gezi activism in TurkeyPol007
Demski, DagnoslawCoping with the difference: social and cultural practices in the post-Soviet military base in PolandSPS003
Díaz-Aguilar, Antonio LuisPeripheral heritage readings: the social and ecological urban gardensUrba002
Dinev, IvayloFrom "Student city" to "Sin City": utopias in privatization landscapeUrba006
Dingersen, ElenaUrban imaginaries and traditions of resistanceP005
Dobrev, PetarThe city of Dimitrovgrad: from utopia to 'inconvenient heritage'Urba007
Dokic, GoranThe 'lacks' and 'losses' of Serbian veterans of the post-Yugoslav warsNar007
Douglas, CristinaReinventing the myth of earthly paradise in tourist advertisementP006
Dragojević, MilaMemories, identities, and violence in CroatiaHeri014
Dremel, AnitaNarratives of modernization and apocalypse: the politics of hopeNar007
DuBois, ThomasCreating a University-Community Partnership through Heritage RepatriationWP007
Dubrawska-Stepniewska, JoannaEating tixinda and drinking tepacheFood001
Dudrak, AgnieszkaMapping painful memories of victims of domestic abuseWP005
Dugac, ZeljkoTolerated pains, ignored sorrows: a historical view on domestic violenceBody006
Dushi, ArbnoraThe political/ethnic border: from Utopia to HeritageMig006
Eckersley, Susannah"Home is everywhere and nowhere" (Schlink)Home002
Eckert, AnnaDoing place and doing size: urban practices and imaginaries in middletownsUrba001
Efendic, NirhaSevdalinka as intangible cultural heritage of Bosnia: themes, motifs, categories and inventoriesHeri002
Egberts, LindeHeritage in parallel identity narratives: European capitals of cultureHeri001
Egger, SimoneInnsbruck: Realities of a Cosmopolitan City in the Tyrolean AlpsUrba001
Eglāja-Kristsone, EvaHow to be a young widow: performing identity Gend003
Ek-Nilsson, KatarinaFolk сostumes during the ritual year and changes in life, in a parish in Dalecarlia, Sweden. Continuity, values, revitalisationHeri013
Eklund, BrittFolk сostumes during the ritual year and changes in life, in a parish in Dalecarlia, Sweden. Continuity, values, revitalisationHeri013
El Bez, MelissaThe Mayan calendar as a medium of decolonial millenarianism for New Age alterglobalist youths of the XXIst centuryReli006
Elchinova, MagdalenaEthnography of a small border town: patterns of survival within the EUUrba001
Elpers, SophieThe Dutch home in the countryside: rural architecture as symbol of the nation P009
Enciso Domínguez, GiazúTaming of affects: from monogamous affections to non monogamous horizonsHome004
Enguix, BegonyaAnthropology of activism or anthropology for activism? Academia, public engagement and anthropological workDisc002
Ercan, ArdaThe interaction between exemplarity and political process: the case of Turkish president Erdogan's "one minute" angry walk out at 2009 Davos meetingBody002
Erdal, MuratLandscaping ruination: organic and organised revitalization attempts in Nicosia's Buffer ZoneUrba004
Ermolin, DenisPristina as a divided cityUrba003
Etienne, GuillaumeUtopie et développement durable: un écolieu dans une cité ouvrièreDisc001
Euvrard, ElisabethThe ambiguities of the heritagisation of the morra game in Sardinia: between valorisation of heritage and separatist issuesP012
Fahy, JohnAn ideal Vedic city: inhabiting the space between an enchanted past and a utopian futureReli007
Fakin Bajec, JasnaCultural heritage and the role of women in the process of achieving sustainable development of rural communitiesRur002
Falski, MaciejReconstruction of Bosnian cities and the end of multicultural utopiaUrba003
Farré, MartaCollectors of memorie(s): heritage and resistance in the new ruralityRur001
Faure, Armelle100 witnesses of the building of five large dams on the upper Dordogne valley in France: the displaced speak, 60 years laterArch002
Feldman, JackieThe fifth gospel and the other four: text, land and movement in protestant Holy Land pilgrimageReli001
Fenske, MichaelaBee-topia: doing politics with honeybeesP004
Fernandez de Mata, IgnacioConflicts around ethnographic heritage in Castilla y León (Spain)Disc003
Fikfak, JurijBridges to the European Utopia P008
Filkó, VeronikaFocusing on communities: using networks in the process of implementation of the ICH Convention of UNESCO in HungaryHeri002
Findlay-Walsh, IainThe Closing Ceremony: Field recording as auto-ethnography of solitude.WP003
Firat, Bilge"In pursuit of the undying tree": power, capital, and regional inequality in southeast EuropeFood005
Firmhofer, AngelaFinal discussion: engaged anthropology - benefits and dangers of an emerging trendDisc002
Firmhofer, AngelaIntroducing "TRANSFORMATIONS": collaborative blogging in anthropologyDisc002
Fischer, MichaelFasting choices and purity: negotiating tradition and change in a modern Cretan townFood002
Flynn, AlexMessianic utopias, human relationships, and the obliteration of meaningP002
Fourcade, Marie-BlancheLearning to belong again: from industrial utopia to heritage utopiaHeri006
Fournier, LaurentTowards a cooperation between anthropology, ethnology and folklore: sharing heritages and building up utopiasDisc003
Fradejas-García, IgnacioAn approach to the aid workers' homeHome002
Frazão-Moreira, Amélia"Humans are the largest predator": ethnography in Portuguese areas for lynx reintroductionP004
Früh, AnjaLocal productions of cultural heritage in the wake of the 2004 EU enlargementHeri001
Frykman, JonasDone by InheritanceBody003
Fusari, ValentinaEthnodemographic notes about Somali refugees in EritreaMig005
Gačić, MarijaAbout folk costumes, rules, left or right sideHeri013
Gadze, PaulaNostalgic food and memory of taste in migration flows Food002
Galasinska, AleksandraTo breathe again in Ryanair: homecoming away from homeHome001
Gamberi, ValentinaDeities cannot be tramped: Asian religious artefacts as ways of thinking about Western museographyMuse001
Gaspar, Marisa C.Uses of heritage in Macao: how the old is turning into today's fashion? Heri006
Gato, Maria AssunçãoAdding values to urban space: two ethnographies in LisbonUrba003
Geiger Zeman, Marija"Such is life that people get old and change": gendered experiences of ageing faces and bodiesBody001
Gelfgren, StefanThe dyophysite nature of internet: negotiating authorities within churchesDigi003
Gemzöe, LenaThe Camino pilgrimage and the reinvention of Nordic PilgrimageReli001
Geuder, JacobPortraying the right to the city: representations of urban protests in Youtube-videosPol007
Gežin, MihaelaInfluences of the Homeland War on traditional clothing in the Vukovar area - an example of the village BogdanovciHeri013
Girvin, CammeronAuthenticity and the canonization of Bulgarian socialist "folk" songsHeri012
Godina Golija, MajaContemporary Slovenian festive table: a flight in a Utopian worldFood003
Gog, SorinEU enlargement, neo-liberalism and advanced forms of marginality: the construction of a trans-national Roma DiasporaPol005
Golant, NataliaRomanian calendar customs from Eastern Serbia and North-Western BulgariaReli009
Goldstein, RuthChasing "El Dorado" from the Amazon to Europe: isolated tribes, triple frontiers, and global banksMig006
Golež Kaučič, MarjetkaLipizzaner horses only as a part of the natural and cultural heritage or non-human entities? P001
Goralska, MagdalenaFood patriotism: Polish means natural, natural means good? The case of GMOs in post-socialist PolandFood002
Goršič, AveSoviet ideology forming and influencing the work at the Folklore Archive in TartuArch003
Gradén, LizetteLost worlds? Heritage in a cultural economyMuse003
Graeff, NinaInventory-making as tradition-making: 10 years of Samba de Roda's nomination by UNESCOHeri002
Grama, SidoniaThe recent past as another country: cultural markers of the Romanian end of CommunismSPS004
Gramshammer-Hohl, DagmarNarratives of homecoming in Aleksandar Hemon's novelsHome001
Granås, BrynhildNegotiating nature relations and Norwegianness through dog-sleddingP011
Granbom-Herranen, LiisaSMS-messages in a newspaper: a context for contemporary proverbsNar005
Gregoric Bon, NatasaHopeful narratives: visions of Europe and EU in AlbaniaNar007
Grenet, SylvieThe French ICH inventory and the participation of communities: a utopia achievement?Heri002
Gronstad, LineThe present situation and thoughts of the futureArch003
Groschwitz, HelmutThe Berlin Humboldt-Forum: on difficulties to tell a global story including EuropeMuse001
Groth, StefanRecognition and multiculturalism: German heritage discourse in the European contextHeri001
Grubacic, AndrejState spaces and exilic practices: the case of socialist YugoslaviaMig001
Gruber, SiegfriedThe Patriarchy Index: acomparative study of power relations across historic EuropeGend002
Grunow, Hendrikje"60 años y todavía estamos pagando un asesinato que no debía pasar": historical consciousness in the transgenerational memories of a Colombian family post-BogotazoHeri014
Guevara Gonzalez, YaatsilViolence in transit: narratives of Central American "undocumented" migrants in Mexico's southern borderMig007
Guggisberg, SoniaRed AthensWP008
Gugolati, Maica"Play yourself": questioning the performative identity in the mundane-carnival society of Trinidad and TobagoP007
Gulin Zrnic, ValentinaUrban "Wilderness": Nature, Culture and Much MoreWP007
Gulyás, JuditThe valorization of fairy tale and the legitimacy of fairy tale studiesNar002
Gungor, PinarMandatory adaptation: after effects of Greek-Turkish population exchange from environmental viewFood005
Gunnemark, KerstinInterior decorations in houses with reminiscencesHeri007
Gustavsson, AndersTransformation of traditional rituals within a new religious movement in Sweden: the Oas movementReli005
Gustavsson, KarinThe relation between research and museums: utopia or reality when museums become participatory?Muse003
Gutekunst, MiriamFinal discussion: engaged anthropology - benefits and dangers of an emerging trendDisc002
Gutekunst, MiriamIntroducing "TRANSFORMATIONS": collaborative blogging in anthropologyDisc002
Haapoja-Mäkelä, Heidi"Oh my mother, old wife, you have been buried in the earth so long": how contemporary Finnish musicians create a connection between singers, mothers, and generations through Kalevalaic runo singingGend003
Haase, DonaldThe scholar and the tale: a subjective history of fairy-tale studiesNar002
Habinc, MatejaTrading with second-hand clothes and shoes in contemporary Slovenia: an exception to the rule?Heri007
Hachkar, KamalTinghir Jerusalem echoes from de Mellah WP008
Hackl, AndreasFinal discussion: engaged anthropology - benefits and dangers of an emerging trendDisc002
Hackl, AndreasIntroducing "TRANSFORMATIONS": collaborative blogging in anthropologyDisc002
Hafstein, Valdimar Tr.Andersen, the Grimms, and I: authors, editors, folkNar002
Hagstrom, CharlotteQuestions and answers in the archives: knowledge production through open-ended questionnairesArch003
Hajrullahu, JehonaFaith in healing through mythical: magical ritesBody004
Hakamies, InkeriTraditionalism and radicalism in the Finnish museum fieldMuse003
Halemba, AgnieszkaThe moral value of dissidence: apparitions of the Virgin Mary and socialist repressionsReli008
Halilovich, HarizRefuge(es) in digital utopias: from 'ethnically cleansed' villages to 'cyber villages'Digi001
Hämäläinen, NiinaWhose emotions? A case of oral lyric poetry and its written representationsBody003
Hamm, MarionIntroduction by convenors: memory practices and prefiguration in social movements - biographical and collective approaches in digital and material spacesPol007
Hämmerling, Christine'Realism' in a crime series: viewers' disputes about television's impact on societyNar001
Hänel, Dagmar"This is not a home": meanings of spatial orders in refugees accommodation in Germany after 1945P009
Hanninen, Kirsi Theoretical, methodological and empirical impacts of participatory archivesArch002
Hansen, Kirsten MonradBoatbuilding as part of the transition to a resilent communityBody005
Harmansah, RabiaShared sites and a desire for a nostalgic past in CyprusReli007
Harvilahti, LauriAn international platform for digital corporaArch001
Hegner, VictoriaWhose past is it? Urban witchcraft and the negotiation of a "pagan heritage" within and of the city of BerlinReli002
Heimo, Anne Theoretical, methodological and empirical impacts of participatory archivesArch002
Heiniger-Casteret, PatriciaThe happy obsolescence of inventories living heritageHeri002
Helgesen, EspenFragile avatars: uncertain futures in children's online worldsP007
Henig, David'You need to have something human inside you': soup kitchens and the ethics of immediacy in Bosnia-HerzegovinaPol003
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