Religion in Post-secular and Post-communist Europe – Trends, Visions and Challenges

in Anthropological Journal of European Cultures
Tatiana Podolinská Institute of Ethnology

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Anthropologists in their quest to define the key symbols or the root metaphors of contemporary modern living in Europe suggest that popularity is a strong indicator of dominant culture thematics (Ortner 1973; Fernandéz 2002). Among the most significant phenomena of the new era is religion, and currently the most topical is discussion of the new visibility of religion in the public sphere (Zinser 2007).

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