ICTM study group on music and dance in southeastern Europe publications

This is a list of the academic articles published following the symposia of the ICTM Study Group on Music and Dance in Southeastern Europe. Those who know us will know that we keep everything databased and indexed! We are not aware this reference information is available elsewhere, so I have posted our data files here. Please note there could be OCR errors, particularly in the special characters.


1Hofman, Ana2008 StrugaSounding transition: musical practices as everyday experience in post-socialist Serbiagovernment policies, patronage and censorship
2Eken Küçükaksoy, Fikret Merve2008 StrugaRevival of tradition in a new compositiontradition-transition-revival
3Tohumcu, Ahmed2008 StrugaThe identical change of tavernatradition-transition-revival
4Kostić-Marković, Branka2008 StrugaEthnomusicological data - stricto sensu et largo sensumedia
5Girgin Tohumcu, Zeynep Gonca2008 StrugaChoreography of kinetic revivaltradition-transition-revival
6Rakočević, Selena2008 StrugaBanatian dancing through the 20th centurytradition-transition-revival
7Mellish , Liz; Green, Nick2008 StrugaPerforming tradition through transition in Romania: folk ensemble performances at Festivalul Inimilor, Timișoara, Romaniatradition-transition-revival
8Christensen, Dieter2008 StrugaAgents of change. a village in Hercegovina, 1957-1974tradition-transition-revival
9Hemetek, Ursula2008 StrugaMusical representations of the balkans in Viennatradition-transition-revival
10Ilić, Danijela2008 StrugaThe assimilation of the folk elements and diferent cultures and mentalities in the I suite of the bailey “Ohrid legend” from Stevan Iiristicmusicology
11Dumnić, Marija2008 StrugaDance in cinema movies of Emir Kusturicatradition-transition-revival
12Kovačić, Mojca2008 StrugaThe music of the others or the music of the ours: balkan music among Slovenestradition-transition-revival
13Özbilen, Berna2008 StrugaFirst Ottoman - Turkish popular music kanto: transition from traditional to modern kanto periodtradition-transition-revival
14Hunt, Yvonne2008 StrugaCrossing the border: the case of the zurnaci-tapan ensembles of Bulgaria and the daoulia of the serres prefecture of Greecetradition-transition-revival
15Kurtişoğlu, Belma2008 StrugaA guslar in Istanbul to keep the traditions alivetradition-transition-revival
16Marković, Mladen2008 StrugaEthnoorganology - friend or foe?tradition-transition-revival
17Ivanova, Daniela2008 StrugaHoro se vie, izviva (observation on “horo se vie, izviva” festivalcompeting in dancing and on the activities of the new-born clubs for traditional dances in Bulgaria)tradition-transition-revival
18Balandina, Alexandra2008 StrugaThe youth open festival in Kumanovo, Macedonia: a proposal for inter-ethnic piece cooperationtradition-transition-revival
19Peycheva, Lozanka2008 StrugaStudio ethno: a radio show from Bulgaria about the global pulsations of the local musicmedia
20Dimov, Ventsislav2008 StrugaRoma musicians in the media music from Bulgaria after 1989media
21Dunin, Elsie Ivancich2008 StrugaThe “cloning” of cocek in Macedonia: an example in the role of media afecting globalization as well as localization of belly dancingmedia
22Vlaeva, Ivanka2008 StrugaMusic in northeastern Bulgaria in 1950s and 1960sgovernment policies, patronage and censorship
23Koço, Eno2008 StrugaThe preservation of an ancient tradition in the Arberesh ecclesiastical and secular musical practicegovernment policies, patronage and censorship
24Velichkovska, Rodna2008 StrugaThe integrative function of the rite singing in Macedoniamusicology
25Vasić, Olivera2008 StrugaInventing tradition: on the example of padalice from northeastern Serbiatradition-transition-revival
26Özbilgin, Mehmet Öcal2008 StrugaGovernment censorship and the impact on traditional dance and music performance in Bergama, Turkeygovernment policies
27Özdinçer, Ferruh2008 StrugaHora and karsilama dances in Edirne regiontradition-transition-revival
28Christensen, Dieter2010 İzmirThe ICTM and 'the Europeans': globalism in theory, nationalism in research practice, and the role of our Study Group
29Ahmedaja, Ardian2010 İzmirThe role of the researchers and artists in public presentations of local music and dance in Albaniapublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
30Aydın , Jaynie; Aydın, Emir Cenk2010 İzmirThe folk essence of modern Turkish belly dance: a DVD presentationpublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
31Dunin, Elsie Ivancich2010 İzmirRomani dance and music programming on Macedonian national television (1997-2007)public presentations affect perceptions and practices
32Friedman, Victor A.2010 İzmirPresentations, perceptions, and practices of chalgija music in the Republic of Macedoniapublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
33Girgin Tohumcu, Gonca2010 İzmirFrom a cultural performance to an art production: Romani/Gypsy dancing bodiespublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
34Giurchescu , Anca; Radulescu, Speranta2010 İzmirMusic and dance of pan-Balkan (and Mediterranean) fusion: the case of the Romanian maneapublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
35Green , Nick; Mellish, Liz2010 İzmirPublic presentations, regional perceptions and dance learning processes in 21st century Romanian Banatpublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
36MacMillen, Ian2010 İzmirTamburasi of the Balkanized peninsula: public concerts as international and interethnic connections in Croatia and its intimatespublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
37Niemčić, Iva; Ćaleta, Joško2010 İzmirPublic practice versus personal narratives - the example of music and dance traditions of Boka Kotorskapublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
38Opetcheska Tatarchevska, Ivona2010 İzmir“The idea behind our folk dances” - public narratives about folk dances in Macedoniapublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
39Primorac, Jaksa2010 İzmir“Microtonal klapa” - northern Adriatic kanat singing versus Dalmatian klapa singingpublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
40Ranisavljević, Zdravko2010 İzmirStage performance and process of “nationalization” of the traditional dance patterns: the case of kolo u tri in the repertoire of the Serbian national ensemble ”Kolo”public presentations affect perceptions and practices
41Šivić, Urš2010 İzmirThe double identity of traditional musicians - the case of Slovenian vocal-instrumental group from Loka-Rosnjapublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
42Sugarman, Jane C.2010 İzmirLife and art: folklore videos and community identity in the Prespa Albanian diasporapublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
43Tohumcu, Ahmed2010 İzmirA metamorphosis story: semapublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
44Tschernokoshewa, Elka2010 İzmirHow does Balkan music form life in Germany: some methodological and theoretical considerationspublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
45Velickovska, Rodna2010 İzmirPublic presentation of the traditional harvest custom and singing in the Republic of Macedoniapublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
46Vlaeva, Ivanka2010 İzmirStrategy of the international folk festivals in Bulgaria in the last two decadespublic presentations affect perceptions and practices
47Blagojević, Gordana2010 İzmirFrom media to the street and vice versa: hip-hop dance in Belgrade todayeducational systems
48Dimov, Ventsislav2010 İzmirImages of Balkan musical traditions in music textbooks from Bulgariaeducational systems
49Doğuş Varlı, Özlem2010 İzmirThe process of educating and learning music and dance from the rural area to the city: while going from Trabzon to northern Cyprus, from Afyon to Istanbuleducational systems
50Harizanov, Gueorgui2010 İzmirLearning, mastering and teaching traditional musiceducational systems
51Kurtişoğlu, Belma2010 İzmirTeferic: educational system of musical and dance experienceseducational systems
52Özbilgin, Mehmet Öcal2010 İzmirDavul galdirma tradition in Akfaalan village, Gediz county, Kutahya: an example of the teaching and learning process for traditional dances in the rural areaeducational systems
53Özdinçer, Ferruh2010 İzmirMethods used in folk dance education in Turkeyeducational systems
54Panova-Tekath, Gergana2010 İzmirTeaching Bulgarian folk dances to amateur and professional dancers from Bulgaria and Germanyeducational systems
55Peycheva, Lozanka2010 İzmirDifferent educational systems for transmission of folk music in Bulgariaeducational systems
56Rodel Hristova, Angela2010 İzmirFar from black and white: the role of the piano in Bulgarian folk singing pedagogyeducational systems
57Sümbül, Muzaffer2010 İzmirA general view to staging process of Turkish folk dance of Adana provinces from People's Houses (Halkevleri) to nowadayseducational systems
58Talam , Jasmina; Karača-Beljak, Tamara2010 İzmirNew Bosnian ethnomusicology: perspectives and challengeseducational systems
59Toksoy, Atilla Coşkun2010 İzmirAn “elementary” outlook on folk dances training in elementary schoolseducational systems
60Zakić, Mirjana; Rakočević, Selena2010 İzmirInstitutionalizing traditional music and dance: a case study of post-Yugoslav Serbiaeducational systems
61Zdravkova-Dzeparoska, Sonja2010 İzmirMethods of dance educationeducational systems
62Açıkdeniz, Banu2010 İzmirNationalizing folk dance in Turkey and Greece: a historical review of zeybek and zeibekiko
63Altınay, F. Reyhan2010 İzmirFunctionality of traditional music and dance, revival of cultural identity: in the context of immigrants, religious and traditional communities in Izmir
64Çolakoğlu, Gözde2010 İzmirThe symbolic triangle of the island of Crete: lyra, lute and dance
65Giorgoudes, Panikos2010 İzmirCyprus music: the case of UTTM.org
66Križnar, Franc2010 İzmirTrombonist, composer and conductor Vinko Globokar: an artist and/or a provoker?
67Özgül Turgay, Nesibe2010 İzmirImmigrant songs from both sides of the Aegean
68Pekşen, Gani2010 İzmirSchool of hard knocks carried on with oral tradition: mekteb-i irfan (school of wisdom)
69Yaltirık, Hüseyin2010 İzmirA study of two folk dances depicting seasonal transition performed by western Anatolian Yoruks in the context of imitation
70Ceribašić, Naila2012 BerovoThe status of “tradition” in Croatian ethnomusicology, and the issue of ”going pidgin” ethnomusicologyterminology and theoretical approaches
71Friedman, Victor A.2012 BerovoMusical terminology and the Balkan Linguistic Leagueterminology and theoretical approaches
72Gerazov, Branislav; Velichkovska, Rodna2012 BerovoRural singing parallels: comparison of formant shift in Macedonian and Bulgarian rural singing - first stepsterminology and theoretical approaches
73Golemović, Dimitrije O.2012 BerovoNaming in Serbian folk singingterminology and theoretical approaches
74Green, Nick2012 BerovoA consideration of structural analysis methodology in context of southeast European dance: Brâul bătrân, an example from Romanian Banatterminology and theoretical approaches
75Peycheva, Lozanka2012 BerovoWhat is folk music: examples from Bulgariaterminology and theoretical approaches
76Ranisavljević, Zdravko2012 BerovoWhose dance is kolo? Kolo in the dance traditions of the Serbs, Bosniaks, and Roms from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovinaterminology and theoretical approaches
77Stojkova Serafimovska, Velika2012 BerovoThe term “voice” - social and/or music expression in ritualistic traditions (Macedonian case)terminology and theoretical approaches
78Yamaner Okdan, Hale2012 BerovoThe terminology problem of Turkish traditional dance training in conservatoriesterminology and theoretical approaches
79Akat, Abdullah2012 BerovoThe structural changes in the process of adaptation of Black Sea kemenche to the changing conceptions on performanceintercultural communication
80Aydın, Emir Cenk; Aydın, Jaynie2012 BerovoA zeybek wedding: the performance of music, dance, and customary wedding traditions in a modern village in Aydin, Turkeyintercultural communication
81Beissinger, Margaret H.2012 BerovoSocial dance and traditional weddings in pre- and post-1990 southern Romaniaintercultural communication
82Blagojević, Gordana2012 BerovoDance as an emigrant: intercultural communication by salsa in Belgradeintercultural communication
83Christensen, Dieter2012 BerovoConflict and expressive behavior: observations of a cultural musicologist in a Macedonian village, 1956intercultural communication
84Dimov, Ventsislav2012 BerovoPan-Balkan musical practices in the field of recorded ethnomusic: the role of Romani music and musiciansintercultural communication
85Dunin, Elsie Ivancich2012 BerovoRomani weddings in Macedonia and migrant family contextsintercultural communication
86Efthymiou, Lampros2012 BerovoMulticulturalism in Greek Thrace: Pomaks, native Greeks and Gagauz sing a pan-Balkan mythintercultural communication
87Giurchescu, Anca2012 BerovoContinuity and discontinuities in traditional danceintercultural communication
88Ivanova-Nyberg, Daniela2012 BerovoThe South Slavic Club of the North American Midwest: Zivio Folk Dance Group repertoire todayintercultural communication
89Kurtişoğlu, Bülent; Kurtişoğlu, Belma2012 BerovoHidden Latin in Thrace: Notyalilarintercultural communication
90Margaritova, Rumiana2012 BerovoSaz across the border: maintenance of Turkish traditional practice in Bulgariaintercultural communication
91Mellish, Liz2012 BerovoDancing ethnicity: a case study of Festivalul Etnilor, Timisoaraintercultural communication
92Niemčić, Iva2012 BerovoThe portraits of professional female dancersintercultural communication
93Njaradi, Dunja2012 BerovoShe is belly dancing but what is he doing? Čoček dance in the social poetics of Balkan societiesintercultural communication
94Özbilgin, Mehmet Öcal2012 BerovoThe effects of migrations on traditional dances between southeastern Europe and Anatoliaintercultural communication
95Özdinçer, Ferruh2012 BerovoTraditional folk dances of the exchanged people who came to Sel9uk from Greeceintercultural communication
96Panova-Tekath, Gergana2012 BerovoEurope - one and for all: intercultural communication through Bulgarian traditional dancesintercultural communication
97Radulescu, Speranta2012 BerovoPreserving traditions as a way of rejecting a social order perceived as oppressiveintercultural communication
98Sençerman, Șebnem2012 BerovoMusic and dance of imagined ancestors in (re)constructing Afro-Turkish collective identity: observations from the revived calf festival in izmir, Turkeyintercultural communication
99Sharif, Malik2012 BerovoPerforming (against) the Balkansintercultural communication
100Sönmez , Onur2012 BerovoNegotiating authenticity in terms of pragmatic meaning: ülkücü (idealist) pop in Turkeyintercultural communication
101Šorak, Marija2012 BerovoThe instrumental practice of ćemane player Stojan Stojanović: the life of one marginalized traditionintercultural communication
102Unlu, Omer Barbaros2012 BerovoA henna night in Batman in the context of politics, popular culture, and danceintercultural communication
103Vlaeva , Ivanka2012 BerovoThe puzzle of music plurality in Bulgaria according to the music archivesintercultural communication
104Vukobratović, Jelka2012 BerovoThe new paths and travels of ojkanje singingintercultural communication
105Wilson, Dave2012 BerovoTeskoto and national sentiment in Macedonia: ascribing meaning, experiencing traditionintercultural communication
106Zdravkova Djeparoska, Sonja2012 BerovoCulture, boundaries and their implementation in the field of danceintercultural communication
107Nenić, Iva2012 BerovoA longing for the other: interculturality in (post) traditional and world music scene of Serbia
108Zakić, Mirjana2012 BerovoIntercultural communication and multicultural context: the place of the kaval in Serbian musical practice
109Rakočević, Selena2012 BerovoInterpreting culturality: dance practice of Svinica village
110Girgin-Tohumcu, Gonca2012 BerovoCommunicator behind the screen: Karagöz Shadow Play
111Tohumcu, Ahmed; Eken- Küçükaksoy, Merve2012 BerovoThe sound of identity: music in Karagöz Shadow Play
112Ziegler, Susanne; Primorac , Jakša2012 BerovoThe multiethnic face of balkan music in historical recordings
113Opetcheska-Tatarchevska, Ivona; Ahmedaja, Ardian2012 BerovoThe multiethnic face of balkan music in historical recordings
114Ivancich Dunin, Elsie2014 PetnicaDancing Lindo in the Dubrovnik areaimprovisation
115Green, Nick2014 PetnicaCommunity chain dances in Banat: uniformity or variability, is this about the group or the individual?improvisation
116Ivanova-Nyberg, Daniela2014 Petnica“Rachenitsa! try to outdance me!” - competition and improvisation the Bulgarian wayimprovisation
117Katsanevaki, Athena2014 PetnicaIs “traditional” improvised? “East” and “West” and the improvised traditions in Greeceimprovisation
118Eken- Küçükaksoy, F. Merve2014 PetnicaImprovisation in ensemble performances: Kemaliye Fasil musicimprovisation
119Kuzman, Aleksandra2014 PetnicaSome aspects of the solo instrumental improvisations in Macedonian Chalgia musicimprovisation
120Lévai, Péter2014 PetnicaMotif or/and movement improvisation in Hungarian solo dances. Find the “basic motifs” in different dancesimprovisation
121Özdinçer, Ferruh2014 PetnicaImprovisational dances in the Anatolian traditional village theatreimprovisation
122Petac, Silvestru2014 PetnicaVariation as a form of improvisation in dance texts of Căluș. Case studies: Căluș from Izvoarele, Oltimprovisation
123Peycheva, Lozanka2014 PetnicaMusical improvisation as a creative process: observations on Bulgarian folk musicimprovisation
124Radulescu, Speranta2014 PetnicaImprovisation and one of its motifs: comments on a Romanian caseimprovisation
125Stojisavljević, Miroslav2014 PetnicaImprovisation in Serbian music: the concept of improvisation through historyimprovisation
126Tohumcu, Ahmed2014 PetnicaImprovisational dynamics of sacred music genres in Turkeyimprovisation
127Vlaeva, Ivanka2014 PetnicaBetween borders: improvisation with many facesimprovisation
128Angelov, Goranco2014 PetnicaThe function of the zurla players in the pelivan wrestling in some parts of the Republic of Macedoniaprofessionalisation
129Beissinger, Margaret H.2014 PetnicaProfessionalization among young Romani musicians: strategies of music-making in contemporary Romaniaprofessionalisation
130Ceribašićc, Naila2014 PetnicaHeritage music and professionalization - some examples from Croatiaprofessionalisation
131Küçükebe, Hande Devrim2014 PetnicaThe professionalism process of women musicians in Turkish traditional art music from the Ottoman Empire until todayprofessionalisation
132Dumnic, Marija2014 PetnicaThe establishing of a professional folk orchestra in the interwar period in Belgradeprofessionalisation
133Jovanović, Jelena2014 PetnicaAnnual concerts of a cultural-artistic society in Serbia: the clash of two different concepts of professionalizationprofessionalisation
134Keleş , Ali; Doğan, Öznur2014 PetnicaAlevi semah in the context of professionalizationprofessionalisation
135Küçükebe, Murat2014 PetnicaCremona and Izmir with respect to professional perception in violin making in the context of centre and periphery and authenticity attitudeprofessionalisation
136Kurtişoğlu, Bülent2014 PetnicaProfessionalism process of Turkish folk dancesprofessionalisation
137Mellish, Liz2014 PetnicaProfessionalism of Romanian ensemble dancers: performances and presentationprofessionalisation
138Özbilgin, Mehmet Öcal2014 PetnicaProfessionalism in the traditional dance environmentsprofessionalisation
139Petkovski, Filip2014 PetnicaProfessional folk dance ensembles in Eastern Europe and the presentation of folk dance on stageprofessionalisation
140Ranković, Sanja2014 PetnicaThe role of formal music education in the process of professionalisation of rural traditional singing in Serbiaprofessionalisation
141Revilla Gútiez, Sara2014 PetnicaEthnic representations in Moldova (Romania): transmission and dissemination of traditional musicprofessionalisation
142Șener, Serkan2014 PetnicaCommunication apparatuses of string ensembles in the Turkish music industryprofessionalisation
143Sümbül, Muzaffer; Arslantaş, Omer2014 PetnicaThe impact of village institutions on institutionalization of Turkish folk dance: a case study of village institute of Adana-Düziçiprofessionalisation
144Yildız, Burcu2014 PetnicaTurkish 'Dizi (TV Series) music' and the concept of professional Dizi musicianshipprofessionalisation
145Bajić Stojiljković , Vesna2014 PetnicaStage folk dance in Serbia as a phenomenon of professionalizationprofessionalisation
146Krasin, Maja2014 PetnicaProfessional or non-professional players on traditional instruments in Serbia: a case study of the Kavalprofessionalisation
147Ćaleta, Joško2014 PetnicaConstruction and reconstruction of Croatian traditional “voice” through performances of the professional croatian national folk dance ensemble Ladoprofessionalisation
148Stojkova Serafimovska, Velika2014 PetnicaThe role of professionals in building the music repertoare in the State Ensemble of folk dances and songs of Macedonia “Tanec”professionalisation
149Niemčić, Iva2014 PetnicaFrom trainees to professional dancers: the case of the professional ensemble of folk dances and songs of Croatia “Lado”professionalisation
150Opetcheska-Tatarchevska, Ivona2014 PetnicaThe influence of the national ensemble of dances and songs “Tanec” in the process of dissemination of the dance knowledge in the Republic of Macedoniaprofessionalisation
151Dimov, Ventsislav2014 PetnicaResearch on the Balkan music in Cyberiainter/postdisciplinarity
152Hnaraki , Maria; Aligizakis , Agisilaos2014 PetnicaMoving bodies and souls: Cretan dancing your way to physical, social and emotional fitnessinter/postdisciplinarity
153Kurtişoğlu, Belma2014 PetnicaEthnomethodology in the use of ethnomusicology and ethnochoreologyinter/postdisciplinarity
154Njaradi, Djunja2014 PetnicaMore than meets the eye: re-thinking movement in dance anthropology and dance studiesinter/postdisciplinarity
155Rakočević, Selena2014 PetnicaIs ethnochoreology an interdicipline? Some conceptual and methodological issues in dance and music researchinter/postdisciplinarity
156Sugarman, Jane C.2014 PetnicaNexhmije Pagarusha, Radio Prishtina, and the discourse of cultivation in socialist Kosovainter/postdisciplinarity
157Živčić, Ana2014 PetnicaDialect, melos, intonation - determination and definition in the vocal practice on the Pester- Sjenica plateauinter/postdisciplinarity
158Zoric, Jana2014 PetnicaCommunity and criticism through Reggae music in Serbiainter/postdisciplinarity
159Zakić , Mirjana2014 PetnicaIn search for ethnomusicological semiotics: models and tendencies
160Nenić, Iva2014 PetnicaEnvisioning ethnomusicological praxis: theory, action-intervention and situated knowledge
161Peycheva, Lozanka2016 BlagoevgradSound syntax of masquerade games in Bulgariamyth and ritual
162Dimov, Ventsislav2016 BlagoevgradBalkan music and media mythsmyth and ritual
163Vlaeva, Ivanka2016 BlagoevgradRituals and their interpretations in some Bulgarian moviesmyth and ritual
164Islam , Aida; Leshkova Zelenkovska, Stefanija2016 BlagoevgradMusical tradition in wedding ceremony: the role of music in masking the bridemyth and ritual
165Özdinçer, Ferruh2016 BlagoevgradAnatolia village theatres with ritual featuresmyth and ritual
166Markoff, Irene2016 BlagoevgradVeneration of Bektashi and Baba’i Saints in Bulgaria through Nefesler and local lore: demystifying the intersection of legends, history, and mystical poetrymyth and ritual
167Margaritova, Rumiana2016 BlagoevgradFrom Meydan Evi to the stage: continuity and change in meaning and uses of ritual music of the Alevis/Bektashis in the Eastern Rhodope Mountains in Bulgariamyth and ritual
168Ahmedaja, Ardian2016 Blagoevgrad“Gegen jede Touristenkritik”: insights into local musical practices in the “Albanesische Studien” (1854) by JohanGeorg von Hahnmyth and ritual
169Panic Kasanski , Dragica; Karin, Vesna2016 BlagoevgradManifestation “Kozara-ethno” in Piskavica - audiovisual representations of music and dancemyth and ritual
170Petrović, Ana2016 BlagoevgradContemporary ritual behaviour of Serbs in the village of Boljare on the Pester plateau (case study of the celebration of St. Peter’s day)myth and ritual
171Efthymiou, Lampros2016 BlagoevgradThe song “The bridge of Arta” in the ritual dance of Easter: the case of Papadates communitymyth and ritual
172Bólya, Anna Maria2016 BlagoevgradTwo ritual dances in the Macedonian folklore: Djolomarsko oro and Epiphany oro - connection to the layers of folk belief systemmyth and ritual
173Stojkova Serafimovska, Velika2016 BlagoevgradRituals and context - changes and continuity in two winter rituals in the Republic of Macedoniamyth and ritual
174Ćaleta, Joško2016 Blagoevgrad(Traditional) music in Carnival traditions - experience of repetitive symbols and open meaning procedures in contemporary Bell ringer’s processionsmyth and ritual
175Opetcheska-Tatarchevska, Ivona2016 BlagoevgradDance rituals in contemporary urban and rural context: Novljansko kolo v.s. Svetijovanovo oro [St. John’s dance]myth and ritual
176Niemčić, Iva2016 BlagoevgradTheatrical interpretation of ritual or ritual on stagemyth and ritual
177Zebec, Tvrtko2016 BlagoevgradTraditional Tanac dance: a climax of the Koleda ritual on the island of Krk in 2015myth and ritual
178Beissinger, Margaret2016 BlagoevgradWedding repertoire in Southern Romania: political, social and cultural identity in the music of Lautaripost-1989
179Radulescu, Speranta2016 BlagoevgradTraditional music, folklore and folklorization in Romania before and post-1989post-1989
180Rayzhekova, Gergana2016 BlagoevgradFinding the core of alternative sound in Bulgarian folklore musicpost-1989
181Ivancich Dunin, Elsie2016 BlagoevgradRomani celebration of George’s day / Erdelezi post-1991 in Skopje: dancing continuities within social changepost-1989
182Leibman, Robert2016 BlagoevgradSimilarities and differences in dances and dance events in the area around the borders between Pirin Macedonia (Bulgaria), Aegean Macedonia (Greece), and the eastern and southeastern regions of the Republic of Macedoniapost-1989
183Ivanova-Nyberg , Daniela2016 BlagoevgradBulgarian folk dance club repertoire ten years later: What genre? Where shall we put it?post-1989
184Kurtişoğlu, Belma2016 BlagoevgradPerforming in the streetspost-1989
185Mellish, Liz2016 BlagoevgradThe southeast Europeans are (still) dancing: recent dance trends in Romania and among southeast Europeans in Londonpost-1989
186Zdravkova-Djeparoska, Sonja2016 BlagoevgradHigh school graduation quadrille - a contemporary dance ritualpost-1989
187Akat, Abdullah2016 BlagoevgradCross-cultural interactions in Crimean Tatar Music after returning to the homelandpost-1989
188Petrova, Angelina2016 BlagoevgradEmigration and intercultural symbols by Bulgarian composers after 1989post-1989
189Angelov, Goranco2016 BlagoevgradTraditional musical instruments used in strengthening the national identity of the Macedonian people since 1989post-1989
190Petkovski , Filip2016 BlagoevgradUNESCO and the notion of “staged rituals”: the case with the National Folk Dance Ensemble of Croatia “Lado”post-1989
191Rice, Timothy2016 BlagoevgradFilm as a medium for conveying theory: the case of “May It Fill Your Soul”audiovisual ethnographies
192Kaplan Ekemen , Gul; Ekemen, Cenker2016 BlagoevgradCinematographic transmission of ethnographic materialsaudiovisual ethnographies
193Kurtişoğlu , Bulent; Üner, Kubra2016 BlagoevgradEvaluation of visual training materials in folk dances: sample study of Kirklareli step by step folk dancesaudiovisual ethnographies
194Özbilgin, Mehmet Öcal2016 BlagoevgradThe production and archiving of the educational audiovisual ethnographic dance recordingsaudiovisual ethnographies
195Küçük, İdris Ersan2016 BlagoevgradPreparation and usage of audiovisual ethnographic dance recordings as “educational material” in Turkeyaudiovisual ethnographies
196Rakočević, Selena2016 BlagoevgradFilming in the field: some methodological issues in video recording in ethnochoreologyaudiovisual ethnographies
197Green, Nick2016 BlagoevgradFieldwork recordings and visual dance: questioning methodologies for analysing the process of local dancingaudiovisual ethnographies
198Mihajlović, Danka Lajić2016 BlagoevgradTowards the audiovisual ethnomusicology: the contribution from the research of Serbian epicsaudiovisual ethnographies
199Akat, Abdullah2018 SinjThe role and influence of “Bulgar” musicians in the Turkish music scene in Berlinmigration
200Burton, Kim2018 SinjTo Stuttgart then I came: epic and ethic in a translocal musical practice of the Bosnian Posavinamigration
201Cimardi, Linda2018 SinjFolklore shaping the diaspora: cultural-artistic associations from Bosnian Posavina in Zagreb and Viennamigration
202Dunin, Elsie Ivancich2018 SinjKnighthood connections – Korčula and Sinj?migration
203Ivanova-Nyberg, Daniela2018 SinjBulgarian dance style(s) in migration: fieldwork in Bulgaria and the United Statesmigration
204Kurdova, Dilyana2018 SinjVirtual migration of dances: the case of Sofka na tatkomigration
205Mak , Mahir; Oğul, Belma2018 SinjDoms with their intermediary role in the cultural constructionmigration
206Özbilgin, Mehmet Öcal2018 SinjThe effects of the population exchange between the Balkan Peninsula and Turkey on the traditional dances of Izmirmigration
207Öztürkmen, Arzu2018 SinjOn the changing landscape of urban dance in Istanbulmigration
208Panova-Tekath, Gergana2018 SinjAmbassadors and Emissaries: The very first in the line of propagators of Bulgarian dances abroadmigration
209Stojiljković, Vesna Bajić2018 SinjSerbian diaspora in Slovenia and other European countries and challenges of their new stage presentations1migration
210Stojkova Serafimovska, Velika2018 SinjFrom love song to song of conflict – contextual music migrationmigration
211Eken Küçükaksoy, F. Merve2018 SinjA masquerade from Balkans to Turkey: Bocuk nightcarnivals
212Mellish , Liz; Green, Nick2018 SinjCrazy week, the disorganised and the organised: Fărșang and “inverted” weddings in the Banat mountainscarnivals
213Opetcheska Tatarchevska, Ivona2018 SinjBetween the monsters: The dances of rusalii and călușaricarnivals
214Rakočević, Selena2018 SinjSocio-political implications of dance and dance movements in contemporary carnival events in Southeastern Banat in Serbia and Romaniacarnivals
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