Florentina Badalanova Geller

 

 

Florentina Badalanova Geller
Senior Researcher / Honorary Research Associate
The Royal Anthropological Institute / University College London
Langue de l’oralité et pays Slavonic languages : Bulgaria, Russia, Ukraine, Byelorussia, Poland, Serbia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Slovakia
Discipline et domaine de recherche Philology, Folklore studies, Socio-cultural anthropology, Ethnology, Parabiblical literature, Religious studies (Abrahamic religions), Iconography, Ethnosciences
Mots-clés Orality, Folk Bible, Folk Koran, Vernacular Mariology, Ethnohermeneutics, Ethnomedicine
Travaux (5 titres se rapportant à l’oralité) Книга сущая в устах: фольклорная Библия бессарабских и таврических болгар. Москва: Издательство Университета Дмитрия Пожарского, Русский фонд содействия образованию и науке, 2017 (Совместное издание Института славяноведения и балканистики & TOPOI EXCELLENCE CLUSTER). — 864  с. Kniga Sushchaia v Ustakh: Fol’klornaia Bibliia Bessarabskikh i Tavricheskikh Bolgar [Holy Writ by Word of Mouth: the Folk Bible of the Bulgarian Diaspora in Bessarabia and Taurida]. Moscow: The Dmitrii Pozharskiĭ University Publishing House, 2017, 864 pages, 183 illustrations. Joint publication of the Institute of Slavonic Studies (Russian Academy of Sciences) and TOPOI EXCELLENCE CLUSTER].  ISBN 978-5-91244-174-5 [in Russian]
Qur’ān in Vernacular: Folk Islam in the Balkans (Max Planck Preprint 357, Max Planck Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Berlin, 2008), 156 pages, ISSN 0948 9444.
“South Slavic.” In: Eric Ziolkowski (ed.), The Bible in Folklore Worldwide, Vol. 1: A Handbook of Biblical Reception in Jewish, European Christian, and Islamic Folklores. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2017, pp. 253–306.
“What Language Does God Speak?” In: M. Geller, J. E. Braarvig (eds.), Studies in Multilingualism, Lingua Franca and Lingua Sacra. Berlin: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science and the Max Planck Research Library for the History and Development of Knowledge, 2018, pp. 125-174.
“Between Demonology and Hagiology: Slavonic Rendering of Semitic Magical Historiola of the Child-Stealing Witch.” In: J. Cale Johnson, ed. In the Wake of the Compendia: Infrastructural Contexts and the Licensing of Empiricism in Ancient and Medieval Mesopotamia. Science, Technology, and Medicine in Ancient Cultures. Berlin, Boston:  Walter de Gruyter, 2015, pp. 177–206.
Travaux en cours

Folk Bible : Oral Tradition and Holy Writ

The Book of the Holy Secrets of Enoch the Just
Date et rédacteur de la fiche

31.7.2020,

Florentina BADALANOVA GELLER