Religion, morality, and community in post-Soviet societies / edited by Mark D. Steinberg and Catherine Wanner.
Contributor(s): Steinberg, Mark D | Wanner, CatherinePublisher: Washington, D.C. : Bloomington : Woodrow Wilson Center Press ; Indiana University Press, 2008.Description: xiii, 350 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780253352668; 9780253220387 (pbk)DDC classification: 200.947/090511
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
To save the world or to renounce it: modes of moral action in Russian orthodoxy / S. M. Kenworthy; The freezing of historical memory? The post-soviet Russian orthodox church and the council of 1917 / I. Papkova; Aleksandra Vladimirovna: moral narratives of a Russian orthodox woman / J. Zigon; Old belief between "society" and "culture": remaking moral communities and inequalities on a former state farm / D. Rogers; Communities of mourning: mountain Jewish laments in Azerbaijan and on the internet / S. Goluboff; Social welfare and Christian welfare: who gets saved in post-soviet Russian charity work? / M. L. Caldwell; Shamanic transformations: Buriat shamans as mediators of multiple worlds / K. Metzo; Fearing Islam in Uzbekistan: Islamic tendancies, extremist violence, and authoritarian secularism / R. Zanca; Religious freedom in Russia: the Putin years / Z. Knox.