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Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics
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Vol 12 No 2 (2018)
Editorial Impressions: Bricolage and the Ethnographic Field
Related by Contradiction: Folklore and Archive
An Introduction to the Sattra Culture of Assam: Belief, Change in Tradition and Current Entanglement
Figure 1. Map of the Majuli region, Assam, India. Drawn by Mafalda Lopes.
Photo 2. Interview with a devotee at Natun Kamalabari Sattra, Majuli.
Photo 1. Devotees taking part in a congregational prayer meeting at Uttar Kamalabari Sattra, Majuli.
Sattra Culture of Assam from an Insider´s Perspective: Tradition and Present Challenges
The Agricultural Deities of Q’eqchi’ Mayas, Tzuultag’as: Agricultural Rituals as Historical Obligation and Avatar of the Cultural Reservoir in Rural Lanquín, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala
Alcohol as a Unifying Force in the Shamanic Community: Nanai Case Study
A Man of Words and Silence: A Siberian Intellectual’s Mixed Patterns of Communication
Contemporary Mari Belief: The Formation of Ethnic Religion
Curators with and without Collections: A Comparative Study of Changes in the Curator’s Work at National Museums in Finland and in the Baltic States
Notes and Reviews
Believing, Belonging, and Durkheiming: A Report on the 16th Annual EASR conference
Drinks in the Culture of the Peoples of the Volga-Urals Region: 3rd Ethnographic Field Symposium in Ludorvay, Udmurtia, September 18–20, 2018
Eva Toulouze, Nikolai Anisimov
Book Review: Sustaining Russia’s Arctic Cities