SIEF2019 14th Congress: Santiago de Compostela, Spain
14-17 April 2019

Authors

Authors and papers

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

AuthorPaperPanel
A Varghese, MathewUnintentional Designs in Ecology: The case of Periyar River in KeralaEnv04
Abels, BirgitAffect and Atmospheres: An Analytical ApproximationBody02
Abrams, AmberWater, Wellbeing and Protected AreasEnv05
Abril, PacoChanges, tensions and contradictions of men who want to be involved in care in their adaptation to the paternityGend03
Aguilar, EncarnaciónThe "quality in dispute" in the Spanish mountain olive grove: between standarization and singularizationRur02
Al Ajarma, Kholoud"Here's me with the Ka'ba right behind me": Performing the Hajj in the age of technology and social mediaReli02
Ala Uddin, Muhammad"Man, Medicine and Foods: The Healing Power of Foods among the Indigenous People in Bangladesh"Medi03
Albutiu, Mircea SorinKHOZYAIN (The Host)AV01
Alcalde, MiguelSpiritual healing as 'the third branch of medicine': Hagiotherapy and the transformation of subjective experienceMedi04
Alderman, JonathanChanging materiality, ontological relations with the house, and urbanisation in contemporary rural BoliviaLife02
Alexoae-Zagni, NicoletaMapping herself online: the diasporic and virtual territorialization in Shirley Geok-lin Lim’s writingDigi03
Alfreðsdóttir, Elsa ÓskThe Amazon meets Iceland: On "Mother Ayahuasca", Mountain Spirits and Ravens.Reli04
Alftberg, ÅsaFulfilling existential needs? The use of art in Swedish health careMedi03
Alkan, HilalFrom smuggler to realtor: Simsars as (im)moral agents in Syrian migrants' livesMig03
Alonso González, PabloAlbariño Rias Baixas: de la tradición al mundo / ALBARIÑO RÍAS BAIXAS: FROM TRADITION TO THE WORLDAV01
Amram, AzriThe Palestinian restaurant in Israel - A multi-sensory space for contradicting messagesBody05
Andersen, CecilieNordvegen - Curating the Fjords of NorwayDigi04
Andersen, Dorte JageticConfessions of a Cross-border CommuterMig06
Andersen, Lene VintherThe sum and its parts - exploring differing views on folklore in the early 20th centuryArch01
Anderson, DavidUsing a car in the daily life by Forest Nenetses in the 21st centuryLife04
Anderson, JaneThe Traditional Knowledge Labels: Digital Tools for Collaborative Curation through Re-Assembling Legal OrdersArch03
Andersson, ÅsaCreative influencers between privilege and precarityDigi02
Annist, AetSeeing the wood for the trees: Tracking transformations of concepts and purpose in the AnthropoceneEnv06
Antoine, BrichlerThe factory-town without the factory: The weight of memory for old industrial sites, the case of Bata.Econ01
Antunes, PedroThe Worship Routines to the 'Alminhas'. Ethnographic insights on ordinary practices for the restoration of presence [Roundtable]Reli01
Aramburu, MikelThe unmaking and remaking of an ethnic boundary. Working-class Castilian speakers in Catalonia and the paradoxes of the independence movementPol04
Aranha, MarkIfe & Bilal: Revisiting a Collective Heritage of the Indian OceanHeri06
Arantes, Lydia MariaImagining unknowing knitting. On the desired absence of knowledge.Disc10
Araujo Ferreira, FranciscoRevisiting community ethnographies in the Andes, an editorial experience.Disc08
Araujo Ferreira, FranciscoRevisiting community ethnographies in the Andes, an editorial experience.Disc08
Argounova-Low, TatianaThe Uncanny of the RoadsLife04
Arkhipova, AlexandraRally on Facebook: protest and the internetEcon02
Armah, Adjoa Go and ask your mother what your name is.Nar03
Árnadóttir, Tóta"Facing the centre - whilst looking over your shoulder" A case study of the Faroese chain dance as a tourist attraction.Econ05
Árnason, ArnarThe Uncanny of the RoadsLife04
Arriaga, IngridThe xikuri: daily life paraphernalia of Wixárika womenLife08
Arriaga Jiménez, AlfonsinaA linguistic ethnographic work coming from a biogeographical and conservation study in Oaxaca, MexicoEnv06
Arriaga Jiménez, AlfonsinaBiodiversity and different conservation strategies in Oaxaca mountains, MexicoRur02
Artetxe Sarasola, MirenWhen bertsolaritza meets youth culture. Linguistic identities of young Basque oral improvisers.Age01
Artiukh, VolodymyrChildren of Gorbachev: competing populisms in BelarusPol01
Arvidsson, AlfTell your story, save the community: storytelling as local mobilizationNar04
Assmuth, LauraResearching with children: Participatory methodologies on translocal childhoodsAge04
Astapova, AnastasiyaEstonian-Russian Language Clubs as a Means of Grassroots Language Integration Mig01
Avieli, Nir“It Was Nice” – Constructive Vagueness in the Castel National Site, IsraelLife07
Babai, DanielTraditional ecological knowledge and nature conservation - conflicts, cooperation, and a need for knowledge co-production in the Carpathian Basin (Central Europe)Env06
Backa, AndreasHome slaughter in the contemporary self-sufficiency movement. Affect, place, body.Body01
Bagarić, PetarLoafing for life: class dispositions of non-workEcon01
Bajuk Sencar, TatianaEuropeanizing Borderland Heritage: The Role of the EU in the Development of the Slovenian-Hungarian Border RegionHeri05
Balaban, MilanThe factory-town without the factory: The weight of memory for old industrial sites, the case of Bata.Econ01
Balcerzak, AgnieszkaThe Rosary Crusade for the Homeland. Poland's Controversial New Religious MovementReli03
Balkansky-Selles, ZiliaHealing Journey: self-narrativization and the making of a secret Facebook blog during cancer treatmentNar03
Banić Grubišić, AnaMorning Changes Everything - the representation of youth in post-socialist SerbiaAge01
Baraniecka-Olszewska, KamilaBelonging through history. Past as a means of rooting in communityMig01
Baron, RobertImagining SIEF Engagement with UNESCO ICH - Providing Expertise, Facilitating Community Cultural Self-Determination and Maintaining Critical PerspectivesHeri02
Barrera-González, AndrésA Short History of Folklore Studies in SpainDisc01
Barros, VitorHeritage, Culture and the Politics of Memory in the Post-Industrial City: the case of Marvila, LisbonEcon04
Barthelemy, TiphaineTracking the truth : narratives about local heritage and history in the North of FranceNar03
Barthez, MariaThe Ethnographic Object: Past, Present, and Signals for the Future: A New Reflexive Approach for the History of FolkloreDisc01
Battaglini, LucaThe sheep tracks of nomadic pastoralism in Piedmont Po Plain (Biosphere Reserve CollinaPo - Italy)Rur03
Begg, RachelBuilding urban community food resilience: Gardening with Incredible Edible Activists in MontrealBody05
Beiswenger, LisaEscaping the Big Box Store: Examining Change, Gastrotourism, and Provisioning at Findlay Market, Cincinnati, OHEcon04
Belaj, MarijanaSilencing religious tourism route: negotiating the heritage of the Blessed Alojzije StepinacHeri01
Belaj, MelanijaMountain Area of Žumberak (Croatia): Individuals' Lifestyle Choice or "Destiny"Rur02
Bellio, AlfonsinaL'ellipse et le cercle. Regards français au prisme de l'anthropologie de l'EuropeDisc05
Belluto, MartinaExploring health needs in ethnographic practiceMedi02
Bendix, Regina F.Disciplinary and Administrative SystemsDisc03
Bezborodova, Nataliya'Flying Community': Case of Inter-denominational and Multi-local Group within a Religious MovementReli01
Bhimji, FazilaRefugees and migrants transform experiences of emplacements in BerlinMig03
Bhutia, Kikee DThe Politics of Belonging: Supernatural liminality between Tibet and Sikkim- Past and PresentMig01
Bianchi, Michele"We Just Never Talk About It". Bosnian Serb Youth Between Institutional Denial, Silence and Identity in Postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).Heri01
Bieletto, NataliaStreet music and cultural economies of creativity in León and Guanajuato, two 'small' cities in the Mexican Bajío region.Econ04
Biggs, MelissaA Taste for Tapatio Things: A changing city, a changing palateBody05
Birkalan-Gedik, Hande A.Folklore Outside the Academe: A Critical Re-assessment of Folklore in Turkey After 1950sDisc04
Bittnerova, DanaHeritage on Czech borderlands: Contested ground for representationsHeri05
Bitusikova, AlexandraLocal activism against extremism and radicalisation: the case from Banska Bystrica, SlovakiaPol02
Bjarnason, BjarkiIcelandic walking paths before and to dayDisc02
Bjartmarsdóttir, Hrefna S.The private belief of people in the modern society of IcelandReli05
Björklund, MariaMapping and fiction as methodological toolsDisc07
Bjornsson, Petur Huni"... let's examine this pile of rubbish he has gathered there." - The publication and reception of Bjarni Þorsteinsson's Icelandic folk music collection "Íslenzk þjóðlög"Disc01
Blake, DavidUnsettling bureaucratic designs: hydro-social power relations in harnessing the Mekong's waters to irrigate IsaanEnv05
Blehr, BarbroOn the ordinariness of Sunday worshipLife06
Bloch, AlexiaCitizens and Noncitizens Forging Spaces of Reprieve in RussiaMig02
Boangiu, GabrielaBeing Contemporary with Old Traditional CourtyardHeri06
Bodoque-Puerta, YolandaBeyond Kinship. Care as a male professionGend03
Bogdanovic, BojanaCommercialization of the tradition and the process of emancipation of a rural womanEcon03
Bokor, Zsuzsa"Saving souls, saving race and saving life" - The intertwining of religion and nationhood in a Transylvanian ethnic folk festivalHeri04
Boldāne-Zeļenkova, IlzeReplacing Traditions: a Case of Latvian SSRReli06
Boletas, Susana"I helped my father build this house": resistance and belonging in Cova da MouraPol02
Bonfanti, SaraSacred re-grounding. An intersectional approach to Houses of Worship among south Asian diasporas in EuropeReli01
Boos, TobiasUnfolding the Collective Self in the Information Age: The Case of Siena's NeighborhoodsDigi02
Borland, KatherineBe the Street: Performing Ethnography with CommunitiesDisc06
Bossak-Herbst, Barbara"450 Kilos of Dreams" ethnographic filmAV01
Botikova, MartaGirls and women in socialist Slovakia and Hungary (1955-1989). An ethnological approachSui02
Bower, AlicePlanes, Telephone Wires and the Suicide Mattress: Fear, Change and Visions of the Future in Icelandic 20th Century Folk NarrativeNar05
Bowman, MarionHow to be a Pilgrim: Heritagising Religion in Norwegian PilgrimageHeri03
Bradley, Hannah"Patterns of Place": Potential Tracks of Creativity in Anthropological TheoryDisc06
Branco, JorgeThe decline of the peripheries in the time of the global Anthropologies? The Portuguese case. (Roundtable)Disc08
Branda, Alina IoanaDisciplinary Identities Changes after 1945. The Romanian Case.Disc04
Brandes, StanleyThe Roots of Secularization in Spain at the End of the Franco RegimeReli01
Braun, LesleyInfectious Images: Memescapes in the Democratic Republic of CongoDigi04
Braunersreuther, ChristineTransformations in participative curating of displays on migrationArch04
Breier, DorotheaA safe haven for the odd creatures - DIY safer spaces and their critique of cultural institutions.Life05
Brenna, Brita Doing, keeping and finding time in Arctic fieldworkLife03
Brkovic, CarnaWho should access public healthcare? Nationalism, innocence, and trans people in MontenegroGend02
Brocklehurst, JamesDiscriminate AR, Immersive Explorations in Pilgrimage ExperiencesHeri03
Brodie, IanThe transformation of non-place: the Sydney River trestle and post-industrial memoryLife08
Brownlee, Attracta"We have the vans, but they took away our roads": nomadic perspectives on transport infrastructures in modern Ireland.Life04
Brzostek, AleksandraChinese vernacular narratives – online “reality” made in ChinaDigi04
Buitelaar, Marjo"Here's me with the Ka'ba right behind me": Performing the Hajj in the age of technology and social mediaReli02
Bula, Dace'Since then, I live with constant fear in autumn': Flood narratives from the Daugava deltaEnv04
Bulat Silva, Zuzanna'Cute' terms of address in SpanishSui01
Burguet, DelphineThe place of ethnology in pluridisciplinary health research. A particular focus on the working conditions of carers in home-based careMedi02
Burstedt, AnnaTracking cheese, tomato and dough: the story of the ordinary pizzaLife06
Butler, JennyBrigid's Way: Goddess, Saint and the Narration of Religious Heritages on an irish Pilgrim PathHeri03
Cáceres, RafaelFrom the private to the community. Role of housing for tourist activity in Linares de la SierraEcon05
Cachado, RitaUrban Ethnographers in Portugal: a new branch of home fieldsDisc12
Campanera, MireiaAn unreachable goal. Medical attention in food and daily life practices in times of precarizationMedi01
Candon, AnthonyGiving Voice: making exhibitions with the marginalisedArch04
Cantu, NormaCreative Autobioethnography: Crafting Stories from FieldworkDisc06
Carabelli, GiuliaStaging, Consuming and Contesting the Empire in the Viennese Coffeehouse.Econ04
Cardeira da Silva, MariaFading borders: Islamic festivals in southern Portugal and SpainHeri05
Carrassi, VitoOn the borders: liminal narrators and ethnographic narrativesNar03
Carruthers-Jones, JonathanWild mapping: Integrating ethnography, cartography and ecoacoustics along an Arctic mountain transectPost01
Casadó-Marín, LinaCo-creating stories: the intersubjective dimension of storytellingNar01
Cátedra, MariaComments on revisitations and replication studies (Roundtable)Disc08
Cavatorta, GiovannaCulture that matters in social response to gender-based violenceMig04
Ceginskas, ViktorijaPractices of 'European belonging' from below in the framework of the European Heritage LabelMig01
Cekaite, AstaEmbodied choreography of contemporary childhoodsAge04
Chahine, AnneMemory is not About the PastAV01
Chernyavska, MarynaAnalogue and digital obsolescence and other joys of managing fieldwork dataArch02
Chiellini, MaddalenaRiding with the she-centaur: subjectivities, gender and motorbikes in contemporary DelhiLife04
Chiritoiu, AnaNo Room of One's Own: Being at home in 'Gypsy palaces'Life02
Christen, KimberlyThe Songline is Alive in MukurtuArch03
Clacherty, BronwenIfe & Bilal: Revisiting a Collective Heritage of the Indian OceanHeri06
Cobb, EmmaCan We Help You Tie Your Shoes?: Care, Ethnography, and Social Justice in Theatrical PracticeDisc14
Cocco, ChiaraPilgrimage as a means of memory of dark heritage: the case study of Misija Sibiras in LithuaniaHeri03
Cohen, AngyBecoming Israeli: definition of Israeli culture among descendants of Jews from Muslim lands and its representation in Israeli academiaMig04
Colombino, AnnalisaImagining transhumance: Representations of humans, animals and the movement of reciprocityRur03
Coma Santasusagna, MariaPastoralists' understandings and responses to climate and ecological change in North Eastern TibetEnv02
Comas-d'Argemir, DolorsTo observe and to be observed. Revisiting ethnography by reflecting on fieldwork. (Roundtable).Disc08
Contentin, Caroline(Mutual) change process in the representation of healthy eating through the activity in the project called neighborhood mother in Berlin-NeuköllnMedi01
Cortés Hernández, SantiagoThe oral materials national repository in México: towards an inclusive electronic open access archiveArch03
Cortes Vazquez, Jose AntonioCommunity-based tourism and the socio-ecological resilience of domestic natures: a case study from Galicia (Spain)Econ05
Costiander-Hulden, EvaThe rare and valuable library of professor Johan Gadolin as a mirror of a changing worldPost01
Craciun, MagdalenaCute veiling? The contestation of cuteness in conservative dress in contemporary TurkeySui01
Craycraft, SARAHMoving between: unpacking embodied knowledge in dance, sport, and ethnographyDisc06
Cremer, Teresa'It's a privilege to call it a crisis': Sociocultural dynamics of Cape Town's current water discourseEnv05
Cremesty, JoaneConflict and Gender on the Lebanese-Syrian border: The impact of shifting boundaries on gender performativity in the town of ArsalMig06
Cretton Mballow, Viviane"Getting stuck in the mountain". Feelings, representations and subjectivities.Rur02
Cruces Villalobos, FranciscoThe Order I Live In. An indoor urban symphonyAV01
Cruces Villalobos, FranciscoRethorics in a film on the poetics of daily life: "The order I live in". Nar03
Crudo, MariantoniaThe Regio Tratturi, history and changesRur03
Csáji, László KoppányAngel, as the shape of energy (how visionary-based angel-image was intermixed with the newly introduced notion of energy in a Christian fundamentalist group)Reli05
Csata, ZsomborMobility reframed: conquering the mountain forests on Transylvanian borderlandRur02
Cseh, FruzsinaThe Aims and Effects of the Qualification System of Hungarian Applied Folk Art. Comparing through CategoriesDisc09
Cubero, CarloSonic Markers in Santiago de CubaAV01
Cuperus, JerroldSacralizing heritage: the formation of a Christian national identity through the transformation of religious objects.Heri04
Curtis, MariaPrecarious Refuge: Syrians and Iraqis in Houston, TexasMig05
Czarnecka, DominikaFITNESS CULTURE, BODY IN MOTION AND AGE AS PERFORMEDAge02
D'orsi, LorenzoFaces of oral history in Turkey: the case of children of former leftist militantsNar04
Dadour, StéphanieLiving with a stranger: The little stories of shared spaces in Parisian homes (France)Mig05
Dähnke, IrisSocial engagement of young Muslim women: Agency, participation and belonging in the light of stigmaAge01
Dalbello, MarijaAffects and Senses of Migration: The Auratic Ellis IslandLife07
Dankova, HanaNot interesting enough? The other researchersDisc10
Dankova, HanaLab improvement: Doing without at a chemical plantLife05
Dansac, YaelNew age practices and spiritual embodiments in Brittany, FranceReli05
Daugavietis, JānisProducing different but overlapping heritages: photographs of Daugava delta communities as source and agencyHeri06
Davydova-Minguet, Olga(Non)belonging to national/transnational memory: ‘Juvenile prisoners of Finnish concentration camps’ in Soviet and Post-Soviet contextsMig01
De Boeck, VeraMAS I Museum aan de Stroom: people connecting (historical) objects and (current) traditionsArch04
de la Croix, KévinThe territories-time of fishing communities in Upper Niger as a volatile hydro-social constructs : the geographical transcription of the Ba Faro's mythEnv05
De Los Reyes, GuillermoPerforming for Justice and Equality: Latinx Drag Performances in Houston.Disc14
De Luca, FrancescaDo (it) Yourself: self-body-making in shifting economiesLife05
Deáky, ZitaGirls and women in socialist Slovakia and Hungary (1955-1989). An ethnological approachSui02
Deane, SusannahsMyo nad: treating "madness" through religious and medical means in contemporary TibetMedi04
del Mármol, Camila"We are a different world": The Cathar past and the imagining of independence in the Catalan Pyrenees.Pol04
Demski, DagnoslawThe multisensual otherness. stage presence vs. experience of distanceBody06
Di Puppo, LiliSearching for the invisible: Sufism and fieldworkDisc10
Díaz, PabloSocio-ecological decoupling of a rural landscape: rural tourism and protected areasRur01
Dietzsch, InaThe Upper Rhine. Mapping a fluid ensembleEnv05
Diz, Carlos'Sambar to resist! Brazilian women identity politics in Leeds: struggling for recognition and against cultural appropriation'Mig04
Domingues, AdelinaInterrelationships between humans and the environment: reflecting on an ethnography among fishermen in the Tagus estuaryEnv06
Douzina-Bakalaki, PhaedraAlternative Healthcare Provisioning in Xanthi, Northern Greece: Performing State, Promising Hope, Engendering Despair.Econ02
Duclos, Jean-ClaudeBetween two different worlds : Pastoralism and protected natural areasRur03
Dümling, SebastianNarratives, everywhere? Remarks on a political narratology as methodologyNar01
Dunaway, DavidRoute 66 As Secular Pilgrimage: The Scallop and the ShieldReli02
Duží, Barbora DIY on intersection among individual choice, hobby, science and businessLife05
Dydynski, Jason MarioBeyond Babies and Bunnies: approaches to modeling the perception of cutenessSui01
Džekčioriūtė-Medeišienė, VitaThe Corporeal Concept of Fright in Traditional Lithuanian CultureMedi03
Działo, MariaPainted dowry chests. Artifacts in contemporary daily lives.Life08
Earl, CatherineOn/off track with Saigon Bus: Subjectivities and subversive uses of mass transit in metropolitan VietnamLife04
Ebenezersdottir, Eva ThordisThey are actualy real! Folklore, reality and affectBody06
Echanove, MatiasThe Contemporary Production of Urban HeritageArch05
EDELBLUTTE, SimonThe factory-town without the factory: The weight of memory for old industrial sites, the case of Bata.Econ01
Edwards, FerneHumming Together in Harmony: Heightened Proximities between Honeybees and Humans in the CityBody05
Efendic, NirhaCircumnavigating transnational migration through informal practices: refugees, migrants and diaspora investors in Bosnia and HerzegovinaMig03
Eggel, Ruth DorotheaDoing Emoji: Performing the Emotional Self OnlineDigi02
Eglāja-Kristsone, EvaBeing a secretary before 100 years: constructing the female subject through diaryNar02
Einarsdóttir, ÁslaugThe Flight of the Condor: A Letter, a Song and the Story of Intangible Cultural HeritageAV01
Eldridge, AliceWild mapping: Integrating ethnography, cartography and ecoacoustics along an Arctic mountain transectPost01
Eleonorasdotter, EmmaIllegal drug use and age: Constructing ageing as a space of health and safenessAge03
Elpers, SophieContested neo-traditionalism in the Netherlands. Negotiations on new architecture in the countryside and the concept of ruralityRur01
Endter, CordulaSociomaterial Entanglements in the Development of Active and Assisted TechnologiesAge02
Enguix, BegonyaEngendering Nation: Catalan Feminism and IndependenceGend01
Eriksson-Aras, KarinSensing the world-towards an ethnography of soundPost01
Ernsten, ChristianWalking Maastricht's Mount Saint Peter's Anthropocene landscapesDisc02
Esborg, LineOral histories Nar04
Espeso-Molinero, PilarCommunity-based tourism in Nahá: An ethnographic research on socio-ecological resilience linked to tourism in a Lacandon communityEcon05
Etienne, GuillaumeThe effects of the railway on the morphology of a local pilgrimageReli02
FABRE, PatrickBetween two different worlds : Pastoralism and protected natural areasRur03
Fallon, JuliaCanals as social spaces: how enthusiasts champion our leisure lives.Env04
Falter, AlexandraHealth assistance in the Bolivian Andes: On the interface of politics and everyday life experiencesMedi02
Fárová, NinaNot interesting enough? The other researchersDisc10
Fárová, NinaContinuity and change in contesting feminist knowledge in the semi-peripheryGend02
Fárová, NinaLab improvement: Doing without at a chemical plantLife05
Farré Ribes, MartaThe "quality in dispute" in the Spanish mountain olive grove: between standarization and singularizationRur02
Faure, ArmelleAn Artist walks across France while listening to « 100 voices » recorded by an Anthropologist about forced displacementDisc02
Fedele, AnnaEmbodying migrating identities through pilgrimage: Anthropological explorations of Portuguese migrants' experiences in FátimaMig06
Feder-Nadoff, MicheleHammering on the Edges: Learning by Un-knowing — Lessons in Skilled Practice in Santa Clara del Cobre, Michoacán, MexicoDisc10
Feldman, JackieMemorial, Museum, Smartphone: Transmitting the Shoah in a Digital GenerationDigi03
Fernandes, FilipaFrom fado and popular marches to local accommodation in Alfama. The effects of tourism development and the perpetuation of local imaginariesEcon04
Fernandez Buil, MarinaSilent Thunders and Chained Umbrellas: An Ethnographic Approach to the Shifting Senses of Jaisalmeri HeritageHeri06
Fernández-Nóvoa, HelenaLiving Dresses: transforming the body through biotechnological practicesBody03
Ferrer, LluísReintroduced bears and 'return shepherds' in the Central Pyrenees. Restoring and creating socio-ecological dynamics in the high mountain pasturesRur03
Fiadotava, AnastasiyaOral and written joke sharing: tracking changes in contemporary Belarusian family traditionsNar05
Fians, GuilhermeFollow the (non-)native: Ethnographic ways of (dis)locating a scattered speech communityDisc12
Fikfak, JurijOrdinary Worship Routines and Practices in Extreme Situations: Ensuring Normality in Extreme Times on the Isonzo FrontReli01
Filak, MancaLong-term visual ethnography in a Bosnian village: Tracking spatial, material and emotional dimensions through timeAV01
Fitzgerald, KellyProcessing the Interview; depositing for disseminationArch02
Flanagan, KevinCommons and the CityEcon03
Flor, ValeskaBetween madness and reason. The conflicting discourse of the climate change debateDisc09
Fogel, Tom"The humane Orientalist" S.D. Goitein and the study of Jewish-Yemeni FolkloreDisc13
Forsemalm, JoakimEvidence-based urban transition. Knowledge modelling beyond creeps and anecdotes informing urban development decisionsPost01
Foster, JohnWhen you can't 'fake it' anymore: post-truth and contradiction in the affective body of Manchester's unemployed populationEcon02
Fournier, LaurentLes rendez-vous manqués de l'ethnologie et du folklore en FranceDisc05
Fradejas-García, IgnacioYou are hereAV01
Fradejas-García, IgnacioInformality and (im)mobility in transnational social fieldsMig03
Fredriksson, CeciliaThinking along the lines. On ethnographic drawing, interpretation and text.Disc07
FreirePaz, ElenaCulture in everyday life. Heritagization processes in the city of LugoDisc08
Friedli Rizaev, AndreaComing of Age in the Mountains: Youth between Imaginaries of Tradition and InnovationRur02
Frihammar, MattiasThe War on Lupines - Othering of flowers in a shifting worldRur01
Frischling, BarbaraDoing Emoji: Performing the Emotional Self OnlineDigi02
Frizzoni, BrigitteUnderstanding narrative in "ethnological sensations"Nar01
Frykman, JonasParadise lost: Inheriting the summerhouseBody01
Gabriel, LeandroThe place of street performing in the atmospheres of Chiado's urban economyEcon04
Gačić, MarijaBody in Traditional Costume - New Approach to Traditional Costume ResearchBody01
Gagné, KarineRogue Engineers: Do-It-Yourself Adaptation to Climate Change in the HimalayasEnv05
Gailīte, ElīnaLatvian folk dances: inner perspective of the dancersAge01
Garcia, VictoriaUsing proverbs to study local perceptions of climate change: A case study in Sierra Nevada (Spain)Env02
Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva'Since then, I live with constant fear in autumn': Flood narratives from the Daugava deltaEnv04
Garteizgogeascoa, MaríaUsing proverbs to study local perceptions of climate change: A case study in Sierra Nevada (Spain)Env02
Gascón, JordiThe "Dilemma of Duality" on the impacts of tourism in the rural world: explanatory hypothesesEcon05
Gasull Gomis, MercèAn unreachable goal. Medical attention in food and daily life practices in times of precarizationMedi01
Gearey, MaryWhen one man casts, the other gathers: wetlands as liminal spaces of remembranceEnv04
Gemzöe, LenaNew pilgrimage routes without a goal? Cultural critique in Swedish pilgrimageHeri03
Gencoglu, HalimIfe & Bilal: Revisiting a Collective Heritage of the Indian OceanHeri06
Gendron, AnaAndean tradition and globalization. Diffusion and forms of the Andean New AgeReli03
Genovese, DinoThe sheep tracks of nomadic pastoralism in Piedmont Po Plain (Biosphere Reserve CollinaPo - Italy)Rur03
Gerritsen, RoosSavoring food and cultivating the body in a south Indian townBody05
Gervais, MathieuL'invention de la fidélité, une proposition théorique pour penser les liens entre identité et religionDisc05
Giacalone, FiorellaNouveaux rituels d'adolescents: « communautés temporaires » entre rite de passage et nouveaux festivals locauxDisc05
Gil, MarConstructing collaborationsAge04
Gilchrist, PaulRiver processions, sovereign power and the aquatic carnivalesque: Barge Day on the River TyneEnv04
Godina Golija, MajaThe Tastes and Smells of Maribor. A Walk through the Cuisine of the Slovenian TownBody05
Golant, NataliaEthnic activism among Vlachs (Romanians) of Eastern SerbiaMig06
Golías , MontserratSame routes, different beliefs. The implantation of non-Catholic religions in GaliciaReli03
Golonka-Czajkowska, MonikaDifficult Past and Its Heroes. Conflicts of MemorySui02
Gómez Sánchez-Vizcaíno, PaulaConstructing collaborationsAge04
Gómez Suárez, AguedaETNOSEXUALIDAD ENTRE LOS ZAPOTECAS DEL ISTMO DE TEHUANTEPEC (MÉXICO)Gend01
Gorišek, ŽigaLong-term visual ethnography in a Bosnian village: Tracking spatial, material and emotional dimensions through timeAV01
Goršič, Ave'All material is available' - the contribution of Mary Kaasik and Gustav KallastoArch01
Gozzer, Laura"Now, it is the time to act" - Starting to support refugees three years after 2015Mig02
Grabmaier, Ilona"Here we have no caring men": Gendered constructions of proper care and men's invisibility in care networks within the context of female labour migration from Western Ukraine.Gend03
Gracia-Arnaiz, MabelAre fat bodies sick bodies? Representations and experiences about healthy lifestyles among experts and obese young people in CataloniaMedi01
Gracia-Arnaiz, MabelCo-creating stories: the intersubjective dimension of storytellingNar01
Graeff, NinaRetracking cosmopolitan selves: how collective bodily practices empower people at an intercultural center in BerlinBody02
Granados Vázquez, BereniceThe oral materials national repository in México: towards an inclusive electronic open access archiveArch03
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