Volume 4 YBBS article-deadline till March 30, 2021
CALL FOR SUBMISSION
The Yearbook of Balkan and Baltic Studies, volume 4th “Religiosity and Spirituality in the Baltic and Balkan Cultural Space” welcomes submissions of research papers, reviews of projects, as well as empirical studies, field work notices, commentaries etc. on the topic. The volume is targeted at scholars and researchers from all disciplines and backgrounds, who are interested in presenting articles and materials related to the topic. Recent PhDs and other young researchers are also encouraged to contribute. The participants in the conference “Religiosity and Spirituality in the Baltic and Balkan Cultural Space participants: History and Nowadays (November 11 – 13, 2020, Riga) are kindly welcome to submit their articles.
The themes of articles may vary to, without being limited to:
- Local, regional and global religious space (traditional, modern and postmodern religious movements and forms)
- Religious diversity and inter-religious relations
- Religion and Nationalism
- Traditional confessions, new dimensions and new religious movements
- Religiosity and Spirituality
- Religious Identity and its representations
- Religious interaction and religious expression: everyday life, festivities and ritual forms
All papers received under go a double-blind peer-review process. In addition to scholars within the ethnonoloy, folkloristics, religious or migration studies the reports and elaboration of joint methodological frameworks, data bases, registers, etc. are strongly encouraged. Contributions for the 4th volume are welcomed before March 30. For further details or inquiries you may contact the Editors.
Contributions for the 4th volume are welcomed before March 30. For further details or inquiries you may contact the Editors.
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.