Religious and sexual nationalisms in Central and Eastern Europe: gods, gays, and governments

"Religious and Sexual Nationalisms in Central and Eastern Europe : Gods, Gays, and Governments presents case studies from some ten countries that serve to explore the ways in which religion, nationalism, and (homo)sexuality intersect in public discourse. It shows how religious leaders, politica...

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Published in:Religion and the social order
Contributors: Sremac, Srđan 1976- (Editor) ; Ganzevoort, Reinder Ruard 1965- (Other)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Leiden [u.a.] Brill c 2015
In: Religion and the social order (26)
Year: 2015, Volume: 2600
Volumes / Articles:Show volumes/articles.
Series/Journal:Religion and the social order 26
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Europe / Homosexual / Religious behavior / Nationalism / Social situation
B Middle Europe / Europe / Homosexuality / Nationalism / Politics
RelBib Classification:AD Sociology of religion; religious policy
AG Religious life; material religion
KBK Europe (East)
Further subjects:B Homosexuality Political aspects (Europe, Eastern)
B Collection of essays
B Church and state (Europe, Eastern)
B Gays (Europe, Eastern) Social conditions
B Europe, Eastern Religion
B Europe, Eastern Social conditions
B Europe, Eastern Politics and government 1989-
B Europe, Eastern Moral conditions
B Nationalism Religious aspects Christianity
B Homosexuality Religious aspects Christianity
B Religion And Politics (Europe, Eastern)
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Summary:"Religious and Sexual Nationalisms in Central and Eastern Europe : Gods, Gays, and Governments presents case studies from some ten countries that serve to explore the ways in which religion, nationalism, and (homo)sexuality intersect in public discourse. It shows how religious leaders, political and social movements, LGBT-organizations, governments, and media negotiate the powers of religion and state in taking position regarding sexual diversity. These negotiations are as much about sexual morality as they are about national identity, anti-EU sentiments, and the efforts of religious institutions to regain power in post-communist societies. Contributors are: Alar Kilp, Dorota Hall, Koen Slootmaeckers, Magda Dolinska-Rydzek, Marek Mikuš, Mariecke van den Berg, Martina Topić, Mihai Tarta, Miloš Jovanović, R. Ruard Ganzevoort, Srdjan Sremac, Tamara Pavasović Trošt, Zlatiborka Popov-Momčinović"--Provided by publisher
ISBN:9004297472