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IMAGINED “RURAL IDYL” – NEW RESOURCE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN RURAL AREAS

Abstract: The article aims to demonstrate how the Pan-European tendencies for the post-productive transition in rural areas and multifunctionality in agriculture are implemented in Bulgaria. The analysis examines the following issues: how the “rural” is used as a resource for … Continue reading

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NAUTICAL TOURISM AND URBAN SPRAWL IN CROATIA – HERITAGE UNDER PRESSURE

Abstract The number of new built or upgraded marinas for nautical tourism has increased in the last ten years on the Adriatic coast in the Republic of Croatia. The need for a better-quality tourist product, i.e., tourists who are said … Continue reading

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ANCIENT CITY ‘ALIVE’: EXPERIENCING AND CONSUMING POMPEII AND HERCULANEUM Ev

Abstract This article explores different ways of experiencing and consuming Pompeii and Herculaneum as unique archaeological sites and ancient cities „frozen in time“. Our research is based on rich empirical data – interviews and sociological survey with visitors as well … Continue reading

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НАСЛЕДСТВО В ПРЕХОД / НАСЛЕДСТВО НА „ПРЕХОДА“? ПРЕДПРИЕМАЧЕСТВО И НЕМАТЕРИАЛНО КУЛТУРНО НАСЛЕДСТВО В ПОСТСОЦИАЛИСТИЧЕСКА БЪЛГАРИЯ HERITAGE IN TRANSITION / HERITAGE OF THE “TRANSITION”? ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INTANGIBLE HERITAGE IN POSTSOCIALIST BULGARIA

Abstract The paper focuses on the intangible heritage dynamics in postsocialist Bulgaria. It explores various examples of contemporary uses of traditional mumming to highlight the entanglements between heritage and neoliberal economic discourses. Drawing upon public policies and projects, alongside communities’ … Continue reading

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BELIEFS AND RITUALS OF SHRINES IN JERUSALEM DURING THE OTTOMAN PERIOD

Abstract. The article explores beliefs and rituals associated with the shrines in Jerusalem during Ottoman rule, rather than providing an analysis of the relationship between the different levels of cultural construction. It presents an ethnographic account of the pilgrimage and … Continue reading

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