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Bremer, Thomas

Religion and the Conceptual Boundary in Central and Eastern Europe

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Table of contents

1. Religion and the Conceptual Boundary in Central and Eastern Europe: Introductory Remarks
Thomas Bremer

2. Geography, Eschatology, and Religious Conversions in the Ninth Century
Leonid S. Chekin

3. Ruthenian Lands and the Early Modern Multiple Borderlands in Europe: Ethno-confessional Aspect
Liliya Berezhnaya

4. Confessionalization in the Slavia Orthodoxa (Belorussia, Ukraine, Russia)? — Potential and Limits of a Western Historiographical Concept
Alfons Brüning

5. Situational Religiosity: Everyday Strategies of the Moscow Christ-Faith Believers and of the St Petersburg Mystics Attracted by This Faith in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century
Ekaterina Emeliantseva

6. The Chapel of the Polish Kings: History, Religion, and the Borders of an Imagined Nation
Robert E. Alvis

7. Romanian Orthodox Theologians as Pioneers of the Ecumenical Dialogue Between East and West: The Relevance and Topicality of Their Position in Uniting Europe
Mihai Săsăujan

8. Peace Through Reconciliation: Aktion Sühnezeichen and the Lutheran Church in the GDR
David Doellinger

9. Religiosity in European Comparison — Theoretical and Empirical Ideas
Gert Pickel

10. Catholic Tradition and New Religious Movements: What Is New in the Present Religious Landscape in Croatia?
Zrinka Štimac

11. The Concept of Canonical Territory in the Russian Orthodox Church
Johannes Oeldemann

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, European Union Politics, European Politics, Social Aspects of Religion, Political History, European History, Political Science

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2008
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Studies in Central and Eastern Europe
Page amount
253 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230590021
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-36202-8

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