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      "Classic" Ethnographic Records: Discourse Analysis from an Ethnolinguistic Standpoint [1]
      "Devil at the Gates": German Intelligence Services and Propaganda in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia 1938-1941 [1]
      "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]
      "Iz sveta više nema nikoga da dođe u veru našu": Srbi nazareni u Rumuniji [1]
      "Izgubljeno u prevodu”: Romi u diskursu Srba iz Trešnjevice [1]
      "Mi smo Rumuni i nije nam žao": Banjaši iz Mehovina [1]
      "Nationalism", "Fascism" and "Anti-Semitism" of Bishop Nikolaj Velimirović [1]
      "On the Road to Religious Freedom": a Study of the Nazarene Emigration from Southeastern Europe to the United States [1]
      "Our Faith Is Good, but Strict" : The Transformation of the Apostolic Christian Church-Nazarene in North America [1]
      "Samodiva" with the Vlachs: the Interpretation and Re-Interpretation of a Folkloric Text [1]
      "We are Romanians and are not ashame": the Bayash in Mehovine [1]
      "We Come from the Carpathians, the Indian Carpathians, from Russia": Managing a Traumatized Identity - the Case of the Bayash in Serbia [1]
      "„Ako je došao silom, on ne ostaje”: narativi o konverziji u rumunskim neoprotestantskim zajednicama [1]
      'Ash fell from the skies to the earth': The eruption of the Vesuvius in 1631 AD and the Balkan lands [1]
      'Les Balkans à l'époque ottoman' (sous la responsabilité de Daniel Panzac), Revue du Monde Musulman et de la Méditerranée, 66 (1992/4) 1-158 [1]
      'Must Will Peace': The British Brokering of 'Central European' and 'Balkan Locarno', 1925-9 [1]
      'Protimesis' Byzantine et le droit de préemption chez les Slaves du sud [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]