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Ethnologia Europaea 44.1

Journal of European Ethnology

Publishing since 1967, Ethnologia Europaea is an interdisciplinary journal focusing on European cultures and societies. International in scope, it brings together scholars working both inside and outside of Europe and touches on disciplines such as ethnology, anthropology, sociology, history, and cultural studies. The current issue includes essays on billiards and its confrontation with new regimes of aging, amateur road cycling and its engagement with competitive norms, and mobocracy in the context of the latest Dutch enthronement. 

96 pages | 10 halftones | 6 3/8 x 9 3/8 | © 2014

Anthropology: Cultural and Social Anthropology


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Table of Contents

Mobocracy and Monarchy. A Ritualistic Reconciliation with the Anachronism of the Dutch Monarchy
Peter Jan Margy
 
Between Social Dumping and Social Protection. The Challenge of Creating Orderly Working Conditions among Polish Circular Migrants in the Copenhagen Area, Denmark
Niels Jul Nielsen and Marie Sandberg
 
Quantified Cyclists and Stratified Motives. Explorations into Age-Group Road Cycling as Cultural Performance
Stefan Groth
 
Billiards, Rhythms, Collectives. Billiards at a Danish Activity Centre as a Culturally Specific Form of Active Ageing
Aske Juul Lassen
 
Transnational Heritage in the Making. Strategies for Narrating Cultural Heritage as European in the Intergovernmental Initiative of the European Heritage Label
Tuuli Lähdesmäki

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