Romani Studies

Religiosity and spirituality among the Gypsy/Roma in twenty-first-century Europe: Theoretical framing and ethnographic perspectives

Romani Studies (2021), 31, (2), 143–154.

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PODOLINSKÁ, TATIANA ZACHAR

HRUSTIČ, TOMÁŠ