Publikationen von Milena Benovska-Sabkova

Zeitschriftenartikel (5)

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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2010. Bulgarian ethnology in the wake of 1989: expanding horizons, challenging frontiers. EthnoScripts 12(1): 181–217.
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2010. Martyrs and heroes: the religious and secular worship of the dead in post-Soviet Russia. Ethnologia Europaea 40(1): 42–57.
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena, Tobias Köllner, Tünde Komáromi, Agata Ładykowska, Detelina Tocheva, and Jarrett Zigon. 2010. 'Spreading Grace' in post-Soviet Russia. Anthropology Today 26(1): 16–21.
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2009. Church kraevedenie: the politics of memory and religious revival in postsoviet Russia. Narodna Umjetnost 46(1): 121–132.
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2007. Antropologie a pribuzne discipliny: Pohled z Bulharska. Sociologický Časopis 43(1): 150–154.

Buchkapitel (10)

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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2014. Postsocialism as rapid social change: on the example of transforming family and kinship in Bulgaria. In: Christian Giordano, François Ruegg, and Andrea Boscoboinik (eds.). Does east go west?: anthropological pathways through postsocialism. Freiburger Sozialanthropologische Studien 38. Münster: LIT, pp. 95–107.
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2011. Ot izučavane na narodnoto christijanstvo km antropologija na religijata: problem"t za religijata v s"vremennija svjat. In: A. Luleva (ed.). Etnologijata v Bălgarija: istorija, metodi, problemi. Sofija: Akad. Izd. "Prof. Marin Drinov", pp. 40–45.
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2010. The strategies of the Russian Orthodox Church in the context of religious revival in Russia. In: Chris Hann (ed.). Religion, identity, postsocialism: the Halle Focus Group 2003 - 2010. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, pp. 95–98.
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2010. The Russian Orthodox church and the Serbian Orthodox church: relations and influences in the wake of socialism. In: François Ruegg and Andrea Boscoboinik (eds.). From Palermo to Penang: a journey into political anthropology = De Palerme à Penang: un itinéraire en anthropologie politique. Freiburger Sozialanthropologische Studien 30. Wien: LIT, pp. 151–165.
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2010. C"rkovno kraevedenie: politika na pametta v kontekstva na religioznoto v"zraždane v posts"vetska Rusija. Godišnik na Filologičeskaja Fakultet. Blagoevgrad: Jugozapaden Universitet "Neofit Rilski".
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2008. Leisure time, friendship groups and social capital in Bulgaria: examples from the Socialist and post-Socialist period. In: Klaus Roth (ed.). Sozialkapital - Vertrauen - Rechtssicherheit: postsozialistische Gesellschaften und die Europäische Union. Freiburger Sozialanthropologische Studien 19. Zürich: LIT, pp. 183–203.
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2008. Struggling for new paradigms: personalities and institutions in Bulgarian ethnography and folkloristic (1944-1989). In: Vintilă Mihăilescu, Ilia Iliev, and Slobodan Naumović (eds.). Studying peoples in the people's democracies II: socialist era anthropology in South-East Europe. Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia: HSAE 17. Münster: LIT, pp. 115–136.
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2007. Anthropology and related disciplines: the view from Bulgaria. Anthropology’s multiple temporalities and its future in Central and Eastern Europe: a debate. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 90. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, pp. 11–14.
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2007. Monuments, collective memory, social imagination and local identity in Bulgaria on the borderline between two centuries. In: Dorothee Hemme (ed.). Prädikat "Heritage": Wertschöpfungen aus kulturellen Ressourcen. Berlin: LIT, pp. 277–295.
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2007. Leisure time, friendship groups and social capital: examples from socialist and postsocialist period in Bulgaria. In: K. Roth (ed.). Sozialkapital - Vertrauen - Rechssicherheit: postsozialistische Gesellschaften und die Europäische Union. Freiburger Sozialanthropologische Studien. Münster: LIT, pp. 183–203.

Konferenzbeitrag (1)

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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2008. On the moral course of sudmission in Russia: paper at the conference "Multiple Moralities in Contemporary Russia: Religion and Transnational Influences on Shaping Everyday Life, 17-19th september 2008. Multiple Moralities in Contemporary Russia: Religion and Transnational Influences on Shaping Everyday Life. Halle/Saale, 2008-09-17.

Forschungspapier (2)

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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2008. Martyrs and heroes: the politics of memory in the context of Russian post-Soviet religious revival. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 108. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-9543-0. Accessed 2008.
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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2006. Friendship groups in leisure time in Bulgaria: examples from the socialist and postsocialist period. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 86. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-99F7-7. Accessed 2006.

Sonstige (1)

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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena, Tobias Köllner, Tünde Komáromi, Agata Ladykowska, Detelina Tocheva, and Jarrett Zigon. 2008. Religion and morality in European Russia. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report 2006/2007. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-9556-6. Accessed 2008.

Monografie (1)

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Benovska-Sabkova, Milena. 2021. Orthodox revivalism in Russia: driving forces and moral quests. Routledge Religion, Society and Government in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet States. London; New York: Routledge.
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