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. XLVI, 2020, Issue 4


Editor: Katya Mihaylova

Executive editor: Natalia Rashkova

Yana Gergova. The Church of St. Anthony in Melnik: Miraculous Objects and Ritual Practices


Mira Markova. Transformations of Folklore and Religious Culture in Strandzha Mountain through the Lens of Enyova Bulya Custom and the Cult of St. Modest


Natalia Rashkova. The Catholic Feast of the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ in a Bulgarian and a Polish Village (A Comparative Study)


Daniel Fokas. Miraculous Myrrh-Streaming Icons and Modern Pilgrimage Practices among Orthodox Christians – on the Examples of Terespol (Poland) and Shumen (Bulgaria)


Stefka Venkova. Polish Popular Religious Songs in Bulgarian Eastern Catholic Music


Valentin Voskresenski. Тhe Cult of Catholic Martyrs of Totalitarianism in Bulgaria (1944–1989)


Book Reviews

Miglena Hristozova. Veda Slovena. Adapted Version. Adaptation and Poetic Translation: Rosen Malchev. Editors: Miglena Hristozova, Konstantin Rangochev. Book Design: Marko Markov. Sofia: Raketa Publishing House, 2019 [In Bulgarian]

Natalia Rashkova. Rada Slavinska. Prerequisites for the Origin of the Genre of “Song for a Folk Choir”. Plovdiv: Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts “Prof. Asen Diamandiev”, 2019 [In Bulgarian]

Content of Bulgarian Folklore Journal, Volume XLVI, 2020

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