Series - 07 – Calendar Cycle

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07 – Calendar Cycle

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(born 1959)

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The rich calendar cycle of the Ukrainian communities in Brazil retain a strong connection with the church calendar. They needed to adapt in some ways to the new demographic situation, the warmer climate of the semi-tropics, and to the reversal of the seasons in the southern hemisphere. This series contains interview descriptions as well as participant observation records of Christmas, lent, Easter, Provody, Kupalo, and other calendar cycle events. The focus here is on community and vernacular views rather than clerical perspectives or those of leaders of secular organizations. Researchers may find related materials in the adjoining series on Organized Life, as well as on Church life.

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