Coping with Loss of Homeland through Orthodox Christian Processions: Contemporary Practices among Setos, Karelians, and Skolt Sámi in Estonia and Finland [Videos]

Videographer: Elina Vuola 

Publisher: Practical Matters Journal 

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Video 1: Students of the Sevettijärvi school presenting in Skolt to the pilgrims. August 2017. (c) Elina Vuola


Video 2: Students of the Sevettijärvi school presenting in Skolt and Finnish to the pilgrims. August 2017. (c) Elina Vuola


Video 3: Panikhida service at the Skolt Sámi mass grave in Neiden. August 2017. (c) Elina Vuola


Feature Image: (c) Elina Vuola 

By Andreas Kalkun, Helena Kupari, and Elina Vuola
Andreas Kalkun is Research Fellow at the Estonian Folklore Archives of the Estonian Literary Museum, Tartu, Estonia (IUT 22-4) | Helena Kupari is Postdoctoral Researcher at the Faculty of Theology of the University of Helsinki, Finland | Elina Vuola is Professor of Global Christianity and Dialogue of Religions at the Faculty of Theology of the University of Helsinki, Finland