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Ritual and social structure in a Macedonian village

Joseph Obrebski

Ritual and social structure in a Macedonian village

by Joseph Obrebski

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Published by University of Massachusetts. Department of Anthropology in Amherst .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Barbara Kerewsky Halpern and Joel M. Halpern.
SeriesOccasional papers series -- No. 1.
ContributionsHalpern, Barbara Kerewsky., Halpern, Joel M.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 vol
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19978573M

The unity of a given ritual is a dramatic unity. It is in this sense a kind of work of art. If unity, then, must be regarded as the product, and not the premise, of ritual action, it must further be supposed that a ritual sequence arises out of some condition of social disunity, actual or potential. Sep 19,  · If you are interested in Macedonian culture, I would recommend reading the most famous Macedonian poets Blaze Konevski (our laureate poet) and Kosta - Solev Racin. They are the two war poets and most of their work is translated into world languages. I would also recommend books describing Macedonia’s historical past.

The formation of the ethnic Macedonians as a separate community has been shaped as by population displacement as well as by language shift, both result of the political developments in the region of Macedonia during the 20th century. Following the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire, the decisive point in the ethnogenesis of the South Slavic ethnic group was the creation of the Socialist Canada: 37,–, Apr 01,  · Hidatsa Social and Ceremonial Organization, a study of an important horticultural Plains Indian tribe, synthesizes the rich material Alfred W. Bowers recorded in the early s from the last generation of Hidatsas who lived in the historic village of travel-australia-planning-guide.com by:

Apr 01,  · Mandan Social and Ceremonial Organization [Alfred W. Bowers, Gerard Baker] on travel-australia-planning-guide.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Generations before the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery wintered in the northern Plains, the Mandan Indians farmed along the banks of rivers. The traditional world of the Mandans comes vividly to life in this classic account by anthropologist Alfred Cited by: Jan 25,  · The Ritual Process: Structure and Anti-Structure - Kindle edition by Victor Turner, Roger D Abrahams, Alfred Harris. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Ritual Process: Structure and Anti-Structure/5(9).


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Aug 02,  · Rites and ceremonies--Macedonia. Publisher Amherst: Dept. of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts Collection universityoffloridaduplicates; univ_florida_smathers; americana Digitizing sponsor University of Florida, George A.

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Nov 17,  · Ritual and social structure in a Macedonian village Ritual and social structure in a Macedonian village by Joseph Obrebski Published by Dept. of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Ritual and social structure in a Macedonian village. Amherst: International Area Studies Programs, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, (OCoLC) Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers & Technology Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

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"Ritual and Social Structure in a Macedonian Village (Introduction)" by Joseph Obrebski, Barbara Halpern et al. By Joseph Obrebski, Barbara Halpern, and Joel Halpern, Published on 05/01/77 By Joseph Obrebski, Barbara Halpern, and Joel Halpern, Published on 05/01/77Author: Joseph Obrebski, Barbara Halpern, Joel Halpern.

This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Anthropology Department Research Reports series at [email protected] Amherst. has been accepted for inclusion in Research Report Ritual and Social Structure in a Macedonian Village by an authorized administrator of.

[email protected] Amherst. Ritual and Social Structure in a Macedonian Village (Essay) By Joseph Obrebski, Barbara Halpern and Joel Halpern Topics: Anthropology. Ritual and Social Structure in a Macedonian Village (Essay) By Joseph Obrebski, Barbara Halpern and Joel Halpern.

Topics: Anthropology. Olympia Areas of Political Administration Dion Social Classes and Patriarchy Vergina Sun Flag Centers Of Trade All kingdoms had a social hierarchy. The majority of the Macedonian society was aristocratic families who's wealth came from cattle. The males had the most power in the.

Rituals and Holy Places. Rituals take place at the church or mosque, at the cemetery, in the village, and at home. The most important holidays are Christmas and Easter for Christians and Ramadan and Kurban Bayram for Muslims. Among the Rom, Saint George's Day on 6 May is the major holiday.

Submissions from PDF. Ritual and Social Structure in a Macedonian Village (Essay), Joseph Obrebski, Barbara Halpern, and Joel Halpern PDF. Ritual and Social Structure in a Macedonian Village (Introduction), Joseph Obrebski, Barbara Halpern, and Joel Halpern. In The Ritual Process: Structure and Anti-Structure, Victor Turner examines rituals of the Ndembu in Zambia and develops his now-famous concept of "Communitas.".

He characterizes it as an absolute inter-human relation beyond any form of structure.4/5(1). This book discusses the migration and peasant society, population and life style, village economy, family and household, and ritual and social structure of Becedas.

An overview of the village and region of Becedas are also described, focusing on the geographical, economic, and political forces which helped to shape the peasant village’s way. Foreword In the spring Mary Douglas visited the department and held some inspiring lectures on her research on food and culture.

Shortly thereafter, I wrote a seminar paper on the ritual expression of social boundaries among the Hindus of Nepal. In the Swedish Council for Planning and Coordination of Research decided to give priority to research concerning the cultural aspects of.

Food, Ritual, and Society: A Study of Social Structure and Food Symbolism Among the Newars Per Löwdin Mandala Book Point, - Newar (Nepalese people) - pages.

While modern society has reduced his role to a largely ceremonial one, the chief is still a widely respected person in village life today — though thankfully there is now less ceremony involved when paying him a visit. There are other similarities between the Chagga society of yesterday and today.

Their fieldwork () focused on the village of Orasac, a typical Serbian peasant community. Their works concentrate on historical and cultural change and theory, ethno-medicine, the economy, linguistics, oral literature, ritual laments, and memory recall.

In The Ritual Process: Structure and Anti-Structure, Victor Turner examines rituals of the Ndembu in Zambia and develops his now-famous concept of "Communitas." He characterizes it as an absolute inter-human relation beyond any form of travel-australia-planning-guide.com Ritual Process has acquired the status of a small classic since these lectures were first published in /5(1).

In The Ritual Process: Structure and Anti-Structure, Victor Turner examines rituals of the Ndembu in Zambia and develops his now-famous concept of "Communitas."He characterizes it as an absolute inter-human relation beyond any form of structure.

The Ritual Process has acquired the status of a small classic since these lectures were first published in Cited by:. Finding Aids to Collections in the Archive of Folk Culture MACEDONIA COLLECTIONS IN THE ARCHIVE OF FOLK CULTURE. Series Editor: Ann Hoog One folder containing an unpublished article by Joseph Obrebski, "Ritual and Social Structure in a Macedonian Village." Edited by Barbara Kerewsky Halpern, and Joel Martin Halpern.Peter Berger teaches Anthropology and Indian Religions at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands.

His ethnographic research in highland Orissa focuses on religion, food, ritual, social structure and cultural change. Frank Heidemann is Professor for Social and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Munich, Germany.Rituals.

In the religious sense, rituals are rules that govern how people behave in the presence of the sacred. These rules may take the form of instructions detailing the appropriate context for worship, the roles of various participants, acceptable dress, and the precise wording of chants, songs, and prayers.