Desafiando la hegemonía religiosa

estrategias etno-paganas para la construcción de la identidad

Autores/as

  • Zornitsa Petrova Universidad de Sofía

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20396/csr.v23i00.15067

Palabras clave:

Etno-paganismo, Hegemonía religiosa, Mercado religioso, Construcción de la identidad

Resumen

Este trabajo aplica el marco teórico del mercado religioso para examinar el panorama religioso de Lituania como campo hegemónico en el que el catolicismo dominante se considera parte integrante de la identidad nacional. El interés de la investigación se centra en explorar el movimiento etno-pagano Romuva y sus estrategias para contrarrestar la autoridad social de la Iglesia católica y construir legitimidad mediante la maximización del capital cultural. Adelanto la hipótesis de que la forma ritualizada de la celebración de la fiesta de la primavera Jorė podría considerarse como un intento de construir una narrativa alternativa y contrahegemónica de la identidad, que retrata una visión del mundo en la que los aspectos étnicos, culturales, naturales y políticos de la realidad lituana se unen para formar una unidad integral bajo la guía de la religión etno-pagana.

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Biografía del autor/a

Zornitsa Petrova, Universidad de Sofía

Licenciatura por la Universidad de Sofía.

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2021-08-31

Cómo citar

Petrova, Z. (2021). Desafiando la hegemonía religiosa: estrategias etno-paganas para la construcción de la identidad. Ciencias Sociales Y Religión/Ciências Sociais E Religião, 23(00), e021015. https://doi.org/10.20396/csr.v23i00.15067