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Congresses, symposia, fes- tivals and international conferences, where the problems of national liberation of the peoples of the Near and Middle East, Africa and Latin America were discussed. But as a whole the chances to communicate at these events were very limited. The contacts between the Soviet and

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to a single, common East Christian tradition of folk religion. So, although the social and historical context of the East African debtera is in many respects radically different from that of the tirac‘u in the Ottoman Empire and the Transcaucasus, it would not be unreasonable to infer at least some

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Comparative World History), Cambridge, 1979. 17. Thus E.H. Winter, "The Enemy Within: Ambo witchcraft and sociological theory", 3 in J. Middleton and E.H. Winter (eds.), Witchcraft and Sorcery in East Africa, .. London, 1963, pp. 277ff. On transferences and transformations of gender tensions during culture

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