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Individual and Collective Identities in Russian Orthodoxy

Abstract : This chapter addresses trends within Russian Orthodoxy from the point of view of the formation of collective and individual identities and their interaction within and around the church. It deals with both discursive and practical domains, and in addition to an analysis of theological debates it draws also upon fieldwork, particularly with regard to worship of the newly canonized Russian royal family.
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Kathy Rousselet. Individual and Collective Identities in Russian Orthodoxy. Hermann Goltz; Chris Hann. Eastern Christians in Anthropological Perspective, University of California Press, pp.311 - 328, 2010. ⟨hal-03417671⟩

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