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  • "A part of who I am": Material objects as "plot devices" in the formation of religious selves.
    Winchester, Daniel (2017)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 56:1: 83-103.

    Based on participant observation in 3 Orthodox churches in Minneapolis/St. Paul. Focuses on the use of material objects, especially icons, in the identity narratives of converts.

    Associated Search Terms: Icon; United States, Minnesota, Minneapolis; Self; Participant observation; Orthodox, eastern, U.S.A.; Identity; Art; Material culture
  • La vénération des icônes miraculeuses en Bulgarie: aspects historiques et contemporaines d'un pèlerinage.
    Bakalova, Elka (2001)
    Ethnologie française 31:2: 261-274.

    Associated Search Terms: Bulgarian Orthodox; Pilgrimage; Bulgaria; Icon
  • Cristiani d'Oriente in Piemonte.
    Berzano, Luigi, and Andrea Cassinasco (1999)
    Torino: L'Harmattan Italia.

    History & description of Orthodox and other eastern Christian churches in the Piedmont, Italy.

    Associated Search Terms: Monasticism; Russian Orthodox, Italy; Albanian Catholic, Italy; Egyptian Italians; Migrant; Lebanese Italians; Old Believers, Italy; Romanian Orthodox, Italy; Orthodox, eastern, Italy; Albanian Italians; Greek Italians; Romani; Icon; Coptic; Arab Italians; Ecumenism; Media; Italy, Piedmont
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