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Elena Ceauşescu’s Personality Cult and Romanian Television
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2017)
Elena Ceauşescu, spouse of the Romanian communist leader Nicolae Ceauşescu, generated in the 1980s a gigantic homage industry, as she was the object of a personality cult as strong as that of her husband’s. This paper ...
Alternative Religiosity in Communist Yugoslavia: Migration as a Survival Strategy of the Nazarene Community
(Berlin : DeGruyter Open, 2017)
The Nazarenes were founded by a former Reformed minister Samuel Fröhlich about 1830 in Switzerland, but they soon expanded to Central and Eastern Europe. Because of their pacifist beliefs and refusal to swear and to take ...