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      "God doesn't know about Nationalities" : Questioning Religion and Nationalism in Evangelical Communities in Romania [1]
      "How Long Have you Been in the Truth" : Expressing New Forms of Religiosity: Romanian neo-Protestants in Serbia [1]
      "Our Faith Is Good, but Strict" : The Transformation of the Apostolic Christian Church-Nazarene in North America [1]
      'Must Will Peace': The British Brokering of 'Central European' and 'Balkan Locarno', 1925-9 [1]
      'Retrospective' section in the Serbian Pavilion at the 1911 Universal Exposition in Rome: An artistic cross-section of the period [1]
      (In)visible migrants: The Nazarene emigration to North America during communism in Yugoslavia [1]
      (Не)видљиви мигранти: миграције назарена у Северну Америку током комунизма у Југославији [1]
      18 YY. Sonlarında İstanbul'da Bir Sırp Keşiş: Gerasim Zeliç [1]
      A Balkan-style French revolution?: The 1804 Serbian uprising in European perspective [1]
      A sanctuary screen from the island of Kolocep [1]
      A Small Dialectological Atlas of the Balkan Languages [1]
      A staurotheke of Serbian provenance in Pienza [1]
      A travelling speculator (CIL III 1650) a glimpse of the everyday life of the principales through the window of Roman funerary art [1]
      Actele simpozionului: Banatul, trecut istoric şi cultural, Editura Marineasa, Timişoara - Novi Sad - Reşiţa, 2005 [1]
      Adapting to Shifting Imperial Realities: Mount Athos (Chilandar Monastery) in the Political and Economic Context of the Eighteenth-Century Ottoman Empire [1]
      Agriculture and Worship. A Contribution to the Study of Daily Life in Roman Singidunum and its Environs [1]
      Agripa, Plinije i geografija Ilirika [1]
      Alexei Lidov: Hierotopy: Spatial Icons and Image-Paradigms in Byzantine Culture, Moscow, 2009, pp. 351 [1]
      Allcock John B., Young Antonia (eds.): Black lambs and gray falcons: Women travelling in the Balkans, Berghahn Books, New York, Oxford, 2000 [1]
      Ancestral Gods and Ethnic Associations: Epigraphic Examples from Upper Moesia [1]