Bulgarian Folklore
Journal of Folkloristics, Ethnology, Anthropology and Arts

Published by the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum
at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences


Bulgarian Folklore

Vol. XL, 2014, Issue 3


Editor: Katya Mihaylova

Executive editor: Stanoy Stanoev

Katya Mihaylova. From the Issue Editor

Violetta Wróblewska. Development Tendencies of the Contemporary Polish Folklore


Magdalena Zowczak. From Our Lady of the Manor House to Feminist Agency. Anthropological Dimensions of Marian Devotion


Grażyna Ewa Karpińska. Anthropology of the City, Anthropology in the City: the City as a Subject and a Field of Research


Katarzyna Orszulak-Dudkowska. Everyday Life in Polish Lonely Hearts Advertisements – Folklorist’s and Culture Anthropologist’s Reflections


Jan Adamowski. A Cemetery – Interpretative Perspectives


200 Years of Oskar Kolberg

Weronika Grozdew-Kołacińska. The Year of Oskar Kolberg in Poland

Research Projects

Magdalena Lubańska, Agata Ładykowska. The Project “Anthropological Theories and Social-Religious Life of Orthodox Believers in Local Communities of Eastern and South-Eastern Europe” of the Centre for Anthropological Studies on Orthodox Christianity

In Memoriam

Jan Święch. „Not Everything is Apparent“ – A Recollection of Prof. Czesław Robotycki

Book Review

Magdalena Lubańska. Vihra Baeva. The Thread of Life. Between the Fertility Belt and the Holy Girdle of the Virgin. Sofia: Prof. Marin Drinov Academic Publishing House, 2012

List of Illustrations

About the Authors

Spis treści i streszczenia w języku polskim

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