The sixth issue of The Yearbook of Balkan and Baltic Studies discuss the problems of Nature and Culture, traditions, and rituals in the Balkan and Baltic contexts: the primary focus is on practical ecological studies and human opinions of the processes taking place, the practices of submerged villagers to commemorate their place of residence, old and new practices in medicine (including those related to COVID-19) and the arc of life, folklore phenomena and research history.
Editors for this issue are Mare Kõiva and Sergey Troitskiy
The Yearbook of Balkan and Baltic Studies (YBBS) is a peer-reviewed annual English language journal for the study of humanities (incl. ethnology, folklore, religiosity, and migration studies), global relations and influences of the past events and modern developments in the area. YBBS welcomes contributions in the fields of critical and comparative analyses of cultural history.
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The journal is listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Scopus.
ISSN (print) 2613-7844 (online) 2613-7852 YBBS is a joint publication of Bulgarian, Lithuanian, Estonian and Latvian Academies of Sciences, Centre of Excellence in Estonian Studies, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum, Estonian Literary Museum, Lithuanian Institute of History, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Latvia.
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