Conference Programme (PDF)

No. Participant Institution Title/Article Summary
1. Lenka Hadarova Masaryk university, Czech Republic Constructing authenticity in reenactment PDF
2. Ruth Barratt-Peacock Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena, Germany Temporal Dislocation and the Construction of Alternative Cultural Identities in the Contemporary German Reenactment Scene PDF
3. Assoc. prof. Junona S. Almonaitienė Department of Philosophy and Psychology, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania Historical Re-Enactment as Creative Activity: the Psychological Perspective PDF
4. Agnė Kalėdienė Vytautas Magnus University,
Historical re-enactment groups in Lithuania: case study of “Vilkatlakai” brotherhood PDF
5. Gintarė Dusevičiūtė Vytautas Magnus University,
Historical Re-enactment in Lithuania: Groups and their Identities PDF
6. Anna Illés Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary  Revival of an Ancient Religion or Construction of Native Faith? Searching for Authenticity in Neo-Shamanism in Hungary PDF
7. Prof. James R. Lewis University of Tromso, Norway Pagans in Diachronic Perspective PDF
8. Agita Gritane The Art Academy of Latvia, Latvia Latvian national religion (Dievturība) impact in Latvian painting art of the twentieth century during the interwar period. PDF
9. Jean-Paul DuQuette University of Macau, Macau SAR (China) The Companion’s Guild: Role-play, education and spirituality in a Second Life community PDF
10. Morgana Sythove Foundation Pagan Federation International / PFI “Wicca- a modern religion in an old robe.” PDF
11. Dr. Rasa Pranskevičiūtė Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania Visions and Implementations of Life in Nature: Anastasian Environmental Communalism, Nature-based Spirituality and Utopia PDF
12. Dr. László Koppány Csáji University of Pécs (PTE), Department of Ethnography and
European Ethnology, Hungary
Prophet on Fire. The practice of firewalking in a current Christian
fundamentalist NRM organized by a vernacular prophet in the Carpathian basin
13. Dr. Eglė Aleknaitė Centre for Research on Contemporary Spirituality and Culture, Lithuania Impact of Western neoshamans on indigenous shamanic cultures: shifting attitudes of anthropologists PDF
14. Sandra Knezevic Xiamen University, China “Global influence and impact of the Western clubbing pop culture
on the Chinese youth”
15. Dr. Tadas Kavolis Vytautas Magnus University Historical re-enactment in virtual space PDF
16. Dr. Dalia Senvaitytė Vytautas Magnus University Hunt of the Lost Identity: (re)constructions of Pre-Cristian Baltic Region PDF
17. Rūta Dapkūnaitė Vytautas Magnus University / Kaunas University of Technology he Impact of Tourism: Traditionalism and Spirituality in Balinese Culture PDF
18. Marina Baiduzh Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA); The Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences (MSSES) The reception of medieval and contemporary mythological beliefs in the historical re-enactment PDF