The article explores the relationships between an emerging greek-catholic ethic and the globalising culture of neoliberalism, and asks how both intersect with local identity politics in Mihalt, a Transylvanian village where the construction of a new church is reshaping the village boundaries.

“Real Men” in Postsocialist Transition. The Greek Catholic Ethic and the Spirit of Neoliberalism in a Transylvanian Village

ZERILLI, FILIPPO MASSIMO
2008

Abstract

The article explores the relationships between an emerging greek-catholic ethic and the globalising culture of neoliberalism, and asks how both intersect with local identity politics in Mihalt, a Transylvanian village where the construction of a new church is reshaping the village boundaries.
978-3-8258-9910-3
Postsocialism, Property restitution, Greek-Catholic Church, Romania
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