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SIEF2011 10th Congress: Lisbon, Portugal.
17-21 April 2011

This page lists all the accepted papers by author. Click on a panel reference to see the panel page and paper details.

Abenante, Paola Displaced bodies and emplaced spirits: religious concepts and practices in migrationP113
Abramovici, SergeO CompassoW401
Achouch, YuvalBe-longing: kibbutz life in an era of changeP206
Adams-Thies, BrianMaking gay Space: commodities, construction and emotion in Madrid, SpainP106
Aeby, GaelleFeeling at home in juvenile facilities: contradictory perceptionsP324
Afonso, Ana IsabelOld antagonisms in new energy landscapes: wind power in Portuguese protected areasP308
Ågotnes, Hans-JakobWorld Heritage in the making: making politics and making conceptualizationsP312
Akerman, SeanOf home and other figments: the passage of exile in the Tibetan diasporaP125
Akesson, LynnUncertainty regarding waste handling in Swedish everyday lifeP308
Al-Mohammad, HayderThe 'not' of being-at-homeP202
Alaca, Fahrettin ErsinThe management of cultural heritage in Finland: design classics as a key feature of sustainable developmentP316
Albernaz, SelmaMaracatus and Bumba bois: identity, gender and musical performanceP213
Alcala, LuisDefining, translating and processing cultural heritage at the Universidad Indígena de VenezuelaP316
Alekseevskiy, MikhailThe tomb of the unknown priest: narratives and ritual practices of the Supreme Soviet's supporters after the Russian constitutional crisis of 1993P219
Alessandrin, ArnaudL'Européanisation des parcours Trans P112
Alftberg, ÅsaOld age and the making of everyday lifeP118
Almeida, AnaKeeping Daman alive in the UK: the creation of a place that sounds like homeP110
Almeida, CarlaChallenge and claim the folk cultureP213
Alonso, EnriqueWhen the food pyramid is reversed: the sacred crocodile in Timor Leste. Ethnographic notes on a problem of maritime securityP307
Alsaker, SisselStirring the quest of the good: narratives of women with chronic rheumatic conditionsP211
Alvares, Maria CristinaToucher, sentir, entendre: la ville et le corps dans les nouvelles en trois lignes contemporainesP302
Alvarez Quinteros, PatriciaAntakahua: comment le territoire est construit?P217
Amosova, SvetlanaThere are no Jews here: from polyethnic to monoethnic town in BurshtinP203
Amundsen, Arne BuggeHeritage, power and ethnicity: a Norwegian case studyP312
Amy de la Bretèque, EstelleBuilding the hero: from ritual mourning to mp3 among the Armenian YezidisP205
Anastasova, EkaterinaSt. Cyril and St. Methodius day: two places of one feastP230
Andersen, LeneNostalgia as motivation for changing the present: a study of oral storytellers in DenmarkP207
Anderson, SallyReligious transmission in workaday worlds of school and sportP208
Andersson, VibekeRecreating space, reclaiming placeP105
Andris, SilkeInstitutional rewriting of heritageP115
Angusheva-Tihanov, AdelinaThe raven in the biblical exegesis, medieval Slavonic literature, and folklore: St. Elijah and the motif of the raven offspring-loatherP307
Anton, LorenaOld practices, new places: Romanian women migrants to France and their reproductive healthP112
Antonijevic, DraganaCelebrating the spirit of urbanity and tolerance: The Jevremova Street - Street of Meetings eventP117
Anttonen, PerttiCultural heritage and the theory of repetitionP312
Arantes, Lydia MariaHandcrafting: compensating the "invasion de prose" in everyday lifeP118
Arantes, Lydia MariaFieldwork in Brazil - risky ethnography? Discussing risk perception and coping strategies: experiences of an Austrian anthropologist in northeast and northern regions of BrazilP301
Araújo, CaioGlocal legal pluralism and the city: mediating law and place in the cityscapeP106
Åström, Anna-MariaThe Esplanade and the Bolsjaja Konjusjennaja: dignity and margnality of street life in two central streetsP106
Autti, OutiSocial dimensions of environmental changes: construction of hydroelectric dams and the experiences of the rivermenP211
Bacciocchi, LucaSocio-logics and emotions of the migration experiences: the case of migration between Sri Lanka and ItalyP113
Badescu, GruiaRe-shaping places, re-shaping memory: post-war reconstruction in Sarajevo and BeirutP128
Badue, Ana FlaviaOn the production of localities in the degrowth movementP313
Bakalis, ChristosWar memorials in Greek countryside: their contribution to the syntax of the cultural spaceP323
Balasescu, AlexandruWill the electric car pacify the world? Ecological mobility, urbanism and sustainable economy... P313
Balcerzak, Agnieszka"There is no freedom without dwarves": the history and change of the socio-political movement and cultural phenomenon Orange AlternativeP325
Ballesteros, PaulaPerceptions and appropriations of identities and discourses in the island of Ons (Galicia, Spain)P303
Baraniecka-Olszewska, KamilaCreating Jerusalem by means of performance: some reflections on Polish Passion PlaysP224
Barbini, FlavioBirth and life of historic centres in metropolitan areasP312
Bardone, EsterCrafted taskscapes for individual heritage production: performances of two blacksmiths in Southeast EstoniaP107
Barna, GáborThe Hungarian Golgotha: sacralising memorial place(s) of national sorrowP219
Barros, VitorThe politics of mind itself: morals, biology, civilizationP227
Bastos, CristianaScars, sex, and salvarsan: the ethnohistory of a syphilis clinicP311
Batista, RitaThe role of memory in the use of space: dominant emotions in the experiences of different individualsP126
Batum, DenizPious living spaces: religiosity and gender in a Turkish-Dutch student dormP122
Beck, RobertSentir et ressentir une ville à travers des ego-documentsP302
Belaj, MarijanaMedjugorje: harmony and conflict of symbols, narratives and ritualsP219
Beldi de Alcantara, MariaThe reality of indigenous youth: where is my place?P304
Benach, NuriaSongs from the urban marginsP317
Bendixsen, SynnøveCrafting a religious self in Europe: body formation and body politic of young female Muslims in Berlin P227
Benkowitz, DorotheePlanting seeds and watch them grow: an empirical study about the effects of school gardening on first-graders' perception and appreciation of plant diversityP104
Berdelmann, KathrinLearning spaces: a methodological framework for analyzing classrooms' materialityP109
Berglund Lake, HåkanDwelling in the presence of a changing forest landscape: social relationships between humans and the physical environmentP202
Berrenberg, JeanneSchoolyard, shopping mall, mosque, E-Jihad: urban formation of JihadisP116
Bessa Ribeiro, FernandoUnwanted gringos: sexual tourism, identity(ies) and moral crusades in Northeast BrazilW302
Bettin, CristinaDifferent others and conditions for inclusionP305
Bierwerth, GesaRevisiting the lost home: expressions and experiences of being here and being thereP202
Biggs, IainSong Archive ProjectP309
Bigotte Vieira, AnaGulbenkian Foundation: scenario of modernityP117
Bjartmarsdóttir, Hrefna SigríðurPeoples' emotional connection with their deceased relatives and how it shapes their livesP231
Blaakilde, Anne Leonora"But you look so good": negotiations of othernessP235
Boehme, JeanetteSchool architecture and school developmentP109
Bokor, ZsuzsaNew institutions, new women, new sexuality: medicalizing and ethnicizing the woman's body in the interwar periodP311
Bold, ValentinaSong, women, family and place: cultural definition in nineteenth-century ScotlandP317
Bondanini, Francesco BrunoWhen will all this end? Narratives of the immigrants living in the C.E.T.I Of MelillaP113
Borges, AntonadiaFunerals in South Africa: resettling theories on land, former history and future imaginationP325
Botea-Coulaud, BiancaUrban regeneration as production of "desirable cities" (Lyon - La Duchère)P106
Bovensiepen, JudithThe negation of history: place-making and displacement in East Timor P102
Bowman, MarionProtestant pilgrimage, pragmatism and the promotion of sacred placeP219
Brabec, ElizabethCommunity space, place and self-determination revealed P304
Bragard, RomainTrekking as a place to feel mystically IP103
Branda, Alina IoanaMigrants, displacement and life histories: a case studyP113
Braun, Sarah"Nobody leaves having a bad feeling!" Hairdressers' feelings as working instrument, resource and emotional capitalP235
Brazeal, BrianA Casa de Egun e o Pé de Cajá: mortuary traditions of Nagô and Ketu CandombléP226
Bregenhøj, CarstenDanish places for Christmas mumming: the island milieu, closeness and securityP204
Brick, DavidThe skateboarder's way of creating space: spatial perception, occupance and performance in school and non-scholastic settingsP233
Brightman, MarcConservation capitalism: native Amazonian regimes of ownership and market-based rainforest conservationP319
Brownlee, AttractaRitual places and the ritual self: individual and collective performance at holy wells in IrelandP204
Brumann, ChristophKnowledge and power in the UNESCO World Heritage systemP312
Bruun, Maja HojerA place in the sun: social space in housing cooperativesP216
Buchheim, YvonneSong Archive ProjectP309
Bukovcan, TanjaEmotions in emotional fields: how to use, interpret and analyze them in health care researchP235
Bula, DaceChanging environs: narratives of concern and lossP314
Burch, StuartScandinavia on show: region and performance in northern EuropeP107
Bürge, MichaelBike riders in Sierra Leone: shape-shifters in an unstable social landscapeP206
Bürkert, Karin"… since 1351": Fastnacht and history in practice and discourse of scholars and practitionersP102
Caldwell, MelissaFeeling free and democratic: the politics of being at home at the Russian dachaP202
Campelo, ÁlvaroBuild the memory of the city, through the practice of spaceP216
Campos Ferreira, Rebeca"Filhos de uma reza só": genealogy of faith and sacred kinship in a community of MaroonsP124
Cancellotti, ClaudiaBattir Landscape Ecomuseum: elements of sustainable initiative for the valorisation of natural and cultural heritage in the occupied Palestinian TerritoriesP316
Cantinho de Jesus, Vanessa'I am a very different immigrant!' Cultural consumption, creative practices and identity management between Portuguese young adults living in AmsterdamP209
Capo-Zmegac, Jasna(Be-)longing re-directed: labour migrants turn to their places of settlementP206
Cappucci, MariannaCultural landscape and national iconography in the "Kingdom of the Shouting Stones"P304
Cardoso, VâniaSpirits and stories: narrative performances and the (dis)location of time and placeP224
Čargonja, HrvojeEmbodied aesthetics of rasa theory and anthropology of religious experienceP208
Carmo, RenatoBetween rural and urban areas: socio-spatial representations of the residents of two counties in southern PortugalP303
Carolino, JuliaFinding new vocations for a post-mining landscape: the case of the São Domingos environmental rehabilitation (Southern Alentejo, Portugal)P308
Carrara, SergioHealth, sexuality and urban spaces: the control of syphilis in two Brazilian port citiesP311
Carspecken, LucindaRitual beyond belief: experiences at a Southern Indiana festival siteP210
Carter, MollySacred space in everyday places: Day of the Dead celebrations in northern CaliforniaP204
Carvalho, Ana CristinaHuman ecology in literature: images and concepts in Ferreira de Castro's novelsP307
Caser, UrsulaProject result: plurilogue or how to help stakeholders talk and overcome conflictP315
Cass, NickWhat the visitor saw: artists and the heritage environmentP309
Castelo, CláudiaModes of feeling otherness through fieldwork: Portuguese social scientists in the coloniesP221
Castiglioni, BenedettaLandscape as a new potential tool for immigrants' integrationW402
Catrina, SoniaHistory, memory and mediation of the territoryP323
Cavalcanti, Maria LauraRivalry and affection in the Amazonian Ox dancesP224
Cavallo, GiuliaThe different ways of being Zion in Maputo, MozambiqueP228
Cecconi, Arianna"Remembering the war with dreams": the relationship between dreams and history in the Andean contextP128
Ceginskas, ViktorijaBelonging, home and identityP206
Černelić, MilanaDuzijanca: the celebration of ending the harvest as cultural practice and expression of identity P230
Ceylan Baba, EceUser participation in global cities: a proposal for the Istanbul-Levent regionP106
Chilingaryan, NairaPost-industrial place: redefinitionP216
Chiron, OlivierAround Kangchendzonga National Park in Sikkim (India): actors and representationsP315
Chubarova, Valentina"Europe" as a category of Polish identity: borders and contentP127
Chwieduk, AgnieszkaHow to construct death so that you could live? The past of "Merry Cemetery" in Săpânţa as a category of integrating local religious communitiesP120
Cieraad, IreneNostalgia reconsidered: the case of the Swiss chaletP212
Cimpoieru, CorinaRurality and tradition recycled into rusticity: rural and urban places in transitionP322
Ciubrinskas, VytisResourceful subjectivization of immigrants' experiences: recognitionist identity of Lithuanian descendants in TexasP234
Clemm, RobertCartography and conceptual space in Eastern AfricaP221
Cobuci, LeilaTourism destination marketing: second homes in rural areasP121
Coca Pérez, AgustínEnvironmental protection and social protest in Andalusia: questioning property today in Los Alcornocales Natural Park P319
Cocq, CoppélieReal and imagined places in Sámi identity discourse on the internetP107
Coelho, AldaNairobi: reshaping the slumsP201
Coelho, Maria ClaudiaMorality and emotion in cultural movements: AfroReggae Cultural Group and its 'social technologies'P214
Cohn, MiriamTheatres as sites of identity, identification and negotiationW001
Cook, Ian MA day and a night in the People's Theatre: a rhythmanalysis of a gentrifying street in BudapestP106
Cordeiro, GraçaUneasy identities of a shared language: a glance on portuguese-speakers in BostonP103
Cornish, HelenThe life of the death of "The Fighting Fairy Woman of Bodmin": storytelling in the MuseumP102
Corte de Oliveira, Augusto NeftaliPlaces of association and differentiation: the Italian immigration in southern BrazilW402
Cortes Vazquez, Jose AntonioScientific discourse, ecotourism, and local population in protected areasP319
Costantino, IvanThe boundaries of faith: Tibetan migrant youths, circumambulation, and the encirclement of Lhasa as ritual territoryP204
Crociani-Windland, LitaLand, body, memory and festivalsP229
Csupor, IsabelleManufacturing young people's citizenship through political ritualsP230
Cubero, CarloTransnational home: sights and soundsP202
Culhane, DaraYearning for the sound of Eire: voicing home, hearing exileP202
Cunha, ManuelaLives in between: unbracketing prisonP103
da Silva e Sá, Guilherme JoséDialogues with a hippie monkey: mediating trans-specific anthropology and intersubjective primatologyP307
Da Via, ElisaThe "New Rurality" of Value-Adding: Towards a "Neoliberal" European Countryside?P114
Dabezies, Juan MartinPerceptions and appropriations of identities and discourses in the island of Ons (Galicia, Spain)P303
Dagtas, Mahiye Secil"You are from here, aren't you?" The shifting of the "field" and the self in the borderlands of Turkey P301
Dahlgren, SusanneOne conversion and two re-conversions: sectarian violence, colonialism and anthropologyP123
Dal Poz Neto, JoãoKinship in history: terminology, alliance and genealogy in southern AmazonP124
Dallemagne, GregoryDeciphering the configurations of transnational citizenship and belonging(s) inside migration: subjectivization and agency. The experience of young Ecuadorian transmigrants established in MadridP234
Damsholt, TineFreedom of movement through carefully planned guidance: the delicate choreography of the supermarketP118
Dash, BidhanRe-interpreting the past for alternative futures: Dalit Movement in search of 'another world'P110
David, Maria Inês"It's not necessary, but it's nice": locally produced radio and musical theatre among expatriates in the AlgarveP310
Davis, PeterEnduring places, enduring memoriesP310
Day, WillThe politics of poverty in southeastern TurkeyP114
de Abreu, Maria JoseA postponed corpse that procreates: identity, substitution and the problem of origination in Portuguese modernityP229
de Andrade Pereira, MarceloThe performative dimension of educational practice: an ethnographical researchP233
De Cesari, ChiaraUrban regeneration from below? Palestinian heritage NGOs and the creative remapping of PalestineP201
de Fockert, Tirza"Die besten falschen Russen": Exploring music and memory in the Russenpartyszene in BerlinP205
De Graeve, KatrienNegotiating migration as parenting work in Flemish-Ethiopian transnational adoptionP234
De Marchi Moyano, BiancaAntakahua: comment le territoire est construit?P217
De Nardi, AlessiaLandscape as a new potential tool for immigrants' integrationW402
de Vries, JacobaFreedom of movement from below: migrants from Latvia in IrelandP234
de Wit Sandström, IdaDesigned retailing: a research proposal on design discourses in the Swedish retail industryP314
de Witte, MarleenCorpo-Reality TV and the Authentication of Ghanaian HeritageP229
Deckert-Peaceman, HeikeDie Schultüte als Mythos: ethnographic perspectives on starting school in Germany and its implication for the shaping of school spacesP233
Delaunay, CatarinaCross-border reproductive care and 'procreative tourism' related to new trends of people circulation: the specific case of surrogate mothers and gamete donorsP112
Dias Sardinha, IdalinaFinding new vocations for a post-mining landscape: the case of the São Domingos environmental rehabilitation (Southern Alentejo, Portugal)P308
Dibbits, HesterThe role of traditionalism in the presentations of furniture storesP212
Diketmueller, RosaSchoolyards and gender relationsP109
Dikovic, JovanaConspiracy theories: alternative regimes of truth and/or the resource of political legitimacyP325
Dimitrova, MargaretThe raven in the biblical exegesis, medieval Slavonic literature, and folklore: St. Elijah and the motif of the raven offspring-loatherP307
Dracklé, DorleThe greening of the southwestern coast of PortugalP308
Dromgold, MichellePolitical, historical, and social contributions towards models of Islamic religious education in Germany: a comparative case study of Berlin and North Rhine-WestphaliaP233
Duclos, DianeRemembering cosmopolitan Baghdad in exile: narratives from Iraqi artists belonging to the sixties and seventies generationsP117
Duennwald, StephanReturned, but not at homeP113
Durand, Jean-YvesTraffic-circles: rounding out cultural narrativesP322
Durão, SusanaMorality and emotion in cultural movements: AfroReggae Cultural Group and its 'social technologies'P214
Duxbury, NancyCultural heritage, vitality and values in community sustainability initiativesP316
Einarsdóttir, JónínaKoran schools in West Africa: education or child trafficking?P233
Elchinova, MagdalenaBetween electoral tourism and tourism 'at home': leisure practices among the Bulgarian-born Turks, settlers in TurkeyP209
Eleuterio, SusanFolk culture, writing and sense of placeP217
Elpers, SophieTraditionalism after World War IIP212
Enguix, BegonyaShaping desire through place and space: the construction of the 'LGTB sphere'P105
Enn, RosaEcological exploitation on indigenous peoples' landP313
Escalera Reyes, JavierFrom a living space to a protected area: conservation, tourism and local populations in the San Juan RiverP319
Farmer, EricaExploring status, communities and meanings of the Protected Food Names system in the United KingdomP114
Farrelly, TrisiaThe politics of dwelling in the Bouma National Heritage Park, FijiP315
Fazenda, Maria JoséRepresenting emotional experience on the dance stage: the reflexive and creative universe of Bill T. Jones's movementsP224
Fazzioni, NataliaNightlife in Lapa (Rio de Janeiro): different practices producing a placeP121
Feildel, BenoitFaire l'urbanisme avec les émotions: la nécessité de prendre en compte la dimension affective de la relation de l'homme envers son environnementP302
Fenske, MichaelaRebuilding the old and making the new "Werben": history as a resource in postmodern societiesP102
Feraud, OlivierLinking spaces with soundP205
Fernandes, AnaThe rurality reinvention discourse: urban demands, expectations and representations in the construction of a consumable countrysideP303
Fernández, Lourenzo"All that was left, a vast dry beach of rocks and sand": idealized landscapes and the memory of resource depletion in social-ecological conflictsP304
Fernández, MiquelThe public space assault: new frames of institutional violence in BarcelonaP201
Ferreira, FrancirosyLooking for the feminine in circulation: about ethnographical researchers of Islam and the research participantsP122
Ferreira, JorgeEcotourism in Portugal: sustainable practices in AlentejoP319
Feschet, ValerieThe uses of pétanque in New York CityP209
Fialkova, LarisaHaifa with a Russian accent: from terra incognita to a homeP203
Field, VirginiaThe body as a human gardenP104
Fikfak, JurijRitual places: places of inclusion and exclusion?P230
Findeisen, JaninaSchoolyard, shopping mall, mosque, E-Jihad: urban formation of JihadisP116
Fiori, Ana LetíciaWayfares of imagination, planescapes of performance: the making of selves and places among roleplaying gamersP222
Florea, IoanaUneasy youth encounters in Bucharest soundscapesP103
Fomin, MaximStories of the sea: maritime memorates in modern Irish and Scottish Gaelic folklore traditionsP314
Fontein, JoostBetween tortured bodies and resurfacing bones: the politics of the dead in ZimbabweP226
Foote, MonicaCreating and recreating place at an educational summer campP109
Formenti, AmbraBeing migrants and missionaries: Guinean Evangelical Christians in LisbonP215
Fournier, LaurentRitual spatial shapes and their cultural significanceP204
Fradique, Teresaetnografias do encantamento e da inquietação: o poder transformativo da performance na encenação de Kasper por JGMP224
Francois, PieterDoing the field! Waterloo, 'histourism' and placemakingP102
Frangella, SimoneSensing mobility: place of time and distance on migrationP113
Frank, SybilleWhen the rest enters the West: Bollywood in SwitzerlandP110
Frauhammer, KrisztinaLocal history reflected in the fate of sacred memorialsP219
Fredriksson, CeciliaEveryday practices and the making of destinations in coastal areasP314
Fröhlig, FlorenceTranscending European heritage. The Soviet prison camp of Tambov: social production of memory and memorial actingP120
Frúgoli Junior, HeitorNetworks and territorialities: an ethnographic approach to the so-called cracolândia (crackland) in São PauloP103
Furrer, LeaCHOKORA - Surviving on the streetW401
Gabriel, RosalinaPerspectives about the sea in the Azores, Portugal and Newfoundland, Canada: respecting fish, fishers and fishingP314
Gaissad, LaurentSex and trade in gay party circuitsP311
Galasinska, AleksandraLeisure is not pleasure but... it is not hard work eitherP209
Galcanova, LucieHistoric mass-produced housing and the contemporary consumer: Bata's blue-collar houses in ZlínP118
Galcanova, LucieGrowing old urban: modern cities in older people's talkP211
Galhano Alves, Joao PedroCoexistence among humans, lions and biodiversity in the W of Niger P315
Garcia Chiang, ArmandoPilgrimage and procession: different religious pathways in spatialization and embodimentW302
Gasic, RankaBelgrade fairground - Judenlager Semlin: a place of intentional oblivionP120
Gaspar, Kinga"Here I choose you to be my love(r)": young boys and girls in the circle of communication in front of the churchP230
Gaspar, Marisa C.The Macanese community: memory, identity and ambivalenceP207
Gato, Maria AssunçãoWhen "us" can be the "others": spatial identities in Lisbon's Parque das NaçõesP305
Gato, Maria AssunçãoThe role of urban neighbourhoods ('bairros') in the 21st century urban contextP310
Gee, GabrielThe role of the artist in sensing places: models of reflection and participation in the United Kingdom (1978 - present)P310
Gemzöe, LenaNature, health and healing: gendered ritual in Swedish pilgrimageP210
Gerber, SofiThe construction of the GDR and the East Germans in today's GermanyP127
Ghosh, PikaSavoring sights: visual imagery and the experience of RasaP220
Gibson, N Jade'The 'Great Walk and More' Thupelo workshop 2010: performing community through the visual arts in Cape Town city, South AfricaP224
Gierek, BożenaThe 10th of April 2010: an example of religious-political emotions displayed by Polish societyP214
Giesler, PatricInducing belief in the impossible: "otherworldly" theatricality, belief, and experience in the ritual performances of a little-known African-Brazilian secret societyP210
Golež Kaučič, MarjetkaAnimals in folklore and literature: poetical and philosophical aspectsP307
Gomes Faria, RitaMuslim migrant women building a homeP122
Gomis, ChristelleChallenging the nation: France and colonial historyP323
Gonçalves, AnaThe city in a march song: geosymbolism and urban imaginaryP107
Goncalves, RenataThe traditional samba school dance as a performative experienceP224
González Enríquez, IsabelForced displacement in Colombia: the invisible migrationP125
Gori, ClaudiaPlaces and emotions in the Italian cultural traditionP310
Goršič, AveThe field of theatreP301
Gourievidis, LaurenceThe memorialisation of the Highland Clearances: the socio-economic implications of heritageP102
Gradén, LizettePerforming a present from the past: heritage gifts, museums and cultural connectivityP107
Graezer Bideau, FlorenceMaking Swiss intangible cultural heritage: tensions between the centre and its peripheriesP312
Grand, Yve leActivism through commensality: food and politics in a temporary vegan zoneP320
Graw, KnutDialectics of transition: subjectivity and structure in African-European migrationP113
Gray, JohnSheep, herding and family farms: sense of home in the Scottish BorderlandsP202
Grbic, JadrankaRevival of local speeches: affirmation of identity, ethno-linguistic sentiment or strategy to resist globalization?P316
Grésillon, LucileSentir et ressentir à la station Châtelet-Les Halles à Paris: la question du bien-être en milieu urbainP302
Grilo, BrunoFesta, Filme e Identidade em Grijó de ParadaW401
Gruntz, LucileBitterness and nostalgia in Cairo: ambiguous narratives of migration to the GulfP113
Guérin, SarahEmbracing ivory: a seated Virgin and Child at the CloistersP220
Guimarães, ReginaO CompassoW401
Gulin Zrnic, ValentinaFrom non-place to home-place or what happened in urban socialist neighborhoods?P216
Gunnarsson Payne, JennyThe (m)othering problem: donor discourses in an ethnography of cross-border reproductive travellingP112
Gunnemark, KerstinBeing at home in a summer houseP202
Gustafson, KatarinaSchool transport, space and identitiesP233
Gustavsson, AndersExpressions of grief, faith and narratives about deceased persons on the internetP101
Gustavsson, KarinThe paradox of nationalism in constructing heritageP323
Gyöngyössy, Orsolya'My Church': how do people relate to proprietary points in sacred space?P219
Haas, HeikoMeanings and functions of leisure time activities for retirement migrants in SpainP209
Hafstein, Valdimar Tr.Wrestling with the past: national culture, heritage, and the male bodyP229
Hagelstam, Sonja'Being at home' on the battle frontP202
Hakanen, MarkoThe nobility's use of space and history in early modern SwedenP102
Håland, Evy JohanneRituals in Greek caves through history: from modern case studies to ancient sourcesP230
Halloy, ArnaudCognitive vs. pragmatic approaches of cultural learning and transmission: methodological and theoretical insightsP208
Hämäläinen, NiinaLonging for the past: the Kalevala and the folk lyricP207
Hamar, Amy"The Donkey of Noon": oral stories and folktales of QatarP130
Hämeenaho, PilviDescribing everyday life in rural Finland: the concept of "residential rural areas"P303
Hanninen, KirsiIntercultural co-existence or social exclusion: constructing the migrant worker self in Finland through knowledge negotiationsP227
Hänsch, ValerieSifinja - The Iron BrideW401
Hansen, Kirsten MonradHan Herred Havbåde (Sea boats): cooperation between three small coastal communities working for a living futureP314
Haring, LeeJean Paulhan in MadagascarP221
Harkness, RachelBuilding a home in the worldP202
Harries, BethanRaced places: young adult narratives of 'migrant' neighbourhoods in inner-city Manchester P103
Hartmann, LucianaCacuriá: dinâmicas de uma tradição dançadaP224
Hasselberg, InesNot a community, not a group: challenges of the field when exploring experiences of deportation from the UKP301
Hautaniemi, PetriComing of age in diaspora: a multi-temporal approach on Somali male mobilitiesP206
Hawke, StephanieNewcomers engaging with heritage: making a sense of placeP310
Head, ScottSunless cyborg: affective connections in Chris Marker's Sans SoleilP223
Henderson, LizanneCultural constructs and folklore of bearsP307
Hengartner, ThomasSounds like history: maritime heritage soundscapes and the appropration of the pastP205
Henriksson, GregerCitizens' reactions to congestion charges in Stockholm, SwedenP308
Hernández, MacarenaMetro Sevilla: boundaries and/or urban place?P106
Hernández Anzola, María ElisaMaking sense of everyday space from a wheelchairP310
Herrmann, Ina(School) vandalism: spatial practices between destruction and transformationP233
Hertz, EllenSex, lies and heritageP312
Hickman, StephenCulture, cockles and coastal places: cumulative findings from a single-location field studyP314
Hirvi, LauraThe role of the Internet in the study of mobile peopleP301
Horolets, AnnaLeisure mobilities versus labour mobilitiesP209
Horta, GerardNeighbors, an endangered species in BarcelonetaP105
Hörz, PeterThe motel: spaces between transit and localizationP322
Howard, Robert GlennDigital devotees: vernacular authority in a new kind of religious movementP101
Huang, C. JuliaBuddhism and its trust networks between Taiwan, Malaysia, and the United StatesP228
Husic, SnjezanaSpecies trouble: reading Judith Butler's work through posthumanist spectaclesP307
Højrup, ThomasThe tragedy of enclosure. The battle for maritime resources and life-modes: contradictory cultural processes in a European local community contextP314
Høst, JeppePost-industrial fisheries: solution or part of the problem?P314
Iancu, BogdanIn the name of GrandmaP207
Ifans, Rhiannon"Oh I do like to be beside the seaside": perspectives on tourism in Welsh balladsP317
Ilieva, RositsaFrom project to process: school gardens as vehicle for territorial sustainability. A case study from the Milan metropolitan areaP104
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