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Believing, Belonging, and Durkheiming: A Report on the 16th Annual EASR Conference

of Religions (EASR). http://www.easr2018.org/ (accessed August 19, 2018). Remmel, Atko and Marko Uibu. 2015. Outside Conventional Forms: Religion and Non-Religion in Estonia. - Religion and Society in Central and Eastern Europe 8 (1): 5−20. DOI: https://doi.org/10.20413/rascee.2015.8.1.5-20.

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Contemporary Mari Belief: The Formation of Ethnic Religion

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“Fortune Telling is a Curse on Your Children”: Conver Sion, Fort Une Telling, and Beliefs in Magic Among Roma Women in Estonia

–12. Barany, Zoltan. 2002. The East European Gypsies: Regime Change, Marginality and Ethnopolitics. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. Bartash, Volha. 2015. The Sedentarisation of Roma in the Soviet Union after 1956: A Case Study from the Former Belarussian Soviet Socialist Republic. – Romani Studies 25 (1): 23–51. Bialecki, Jon; Naomi Haynes and Joel Robbins. 2008. The Anthropology of Christianity. – Religion Compass 2 (6): 1139–1158. Bible. www.biblegateway.com (accessed April 1, 2019). Carrizo-Reimann, Agustina. 2011. The Forgotten

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