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Saints, Pilgrimages and the Religious Market: Considerations on the Religious Revival in Postsocialist Bulgaria [Based on “Aspects of Religious Globalization: Cases from Postsocialist Bulgaria”, in: MESS Vol. 6. Mediterranean Ethnological Summer School, Piran/Pirano, Slovenia and , Edited by Bostjan Kravanja & Matej Vranješ. In MESS: Mediterranean Ethnological Summer School, Piran-Pirano, Slovenia , v. 2 (Institute for Multicultural Research, ); Sabina Mihelj, “To Be Or Not To Be A Part Of Europe: Appropriations Of The Symbolic Borders Of Europe in Slovenia.”. TOURISM AND PROTECTED AREAS: POLITICAL ECOLOGY OF THE RURAL TOURISM IN ROMANIAN DANUBE DELTA TOURISM AND PROTECTED AREAS: POLITICAL ECOLOGY OF THE RURAL TOURISM IN ROMANIAN DANUBE DELTA. Boštan, and Vraneš, Matej (Eds.). () MESS. Mediterranean Ethnological Summer School. Piran/ Pirano, Slovenia and , . co-organizers of MESS, the international Mediterranean Ethnological Summer School. Organized by the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, MESS first took place in and continued on a yearly basis for sixteen years, always in Piran. For sev-eral years Šmitek served as the head of the Department of Ethnology, was a member of.