The Interethnic and Interreligious Values in Turkish and Crimean Legends

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Anastasiia Zherdieva;
  • Publisher: Donner Institute
  • Journal: Approaching Religion (issn: 1799-3121, eissn: 1799-3121)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.30664/ar.67536
  • Subject: BL1-2790 | B | BL1-50 | Philosophy. Psychology. Religion | Soviet Union | Group identity | Religion (General) | Religions. Mythology. Rationalism | Folklore | Legends | Turkey | Turkish | Crimea (Ukraine) | Folklore, Turkish

The present paper examines interethnic and interreligious values in Turkish and Crimean folk legends. The folklore of both Crimea and Turkey has a multicultural background, which makes both corpuses of texts suitable for research. In the course of the study, a wide rang... View more
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