Circular Mobility and Neo-Paganism (Estonian Case)
In recent years, numerous papers related to what is known as migration studies have been written. I would like to point out right away that this particular article does not belong to that stream of papers. It has rather been “brought to life” by a number of other factors. I consider as an example a story of the post-socialist migrant, using mobility between Estonia and Scandinavia after 2000, within the context of the search for the “national” not only as an “image” or a “narrative”, but also as a migration strategy
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