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God’s People. A Journey to the Edge of Europe

Monika Bułaj is an independent photographer, writer and documentarian who explores the spiritual edges of Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe, such as rituals, pilgrimages, dances, the cult of the dead, trance and possession rituals.

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Author
Bułaj Monika
Graphic design
Barecki Andrzej
Format
210 x 280 mm
Pages
312
Number of images
229
ISBN
978-83-7576-104-7
EAN
9788375761047
Binding
twarda
Issue number
I
Year of publication
2011
Language
Polish

Monika Bułaj is an independent photographer, writer and documentarian who explores the spiritual edges of Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe, such as rituals, pilgrimages, dances, the cult of the dead, trance and possession rituals. She lives in Trieste. God’s People is her first book in Polish, and a result of 20 years of travel and research conducted among religious and ethnic minorities, such as the Tatars, Romanies, Lemkos, Hutsuls, Boykos, Old Church Slavonic minority, Russian-sectarian communities of the Molokans, Pryguny , the Karaims and the Chasidim. The Author writes about “no man’s lands, suspended between light and darkness, about monotheism and superstition, about East and West” (Paolo Rumiz).

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God’s People. A Journey to the Edge of Europe

Monika Bułaj is an independent photographer, writer and documentarian who explores the spiritual edges of Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe, such as rituals, pilgrimages, dances, the cult of the dead, trance and possession rituals.

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