https://ojs.cuni.cz/lidemesta/issue/feed Lidé města 2022-12-16T11:08:22+01:00 Zdeněk R. Nešpor zdenek.nespor@soc.cas.cz Open Journal Systems <p align="left"><em>Lidé města / Urban People </em>jsou nadnárodním recenzovaným časopisem v oblasti sociální a kulturní antropologie se specifickým zaměřením na témata spojená s urbánní antropologií. Cílem časopisu je podpořit vysoce kvalitní a eticky odpovědný akademický výzkum, šíření jeho výsledků a poznání v nejširším slova smyslu, a mezinárodní akademické diskuse. Vychází třikrát ročně, dvakrát v českém či slovenském jazyce a jednou v angličtině.</p> https://ojs.cuni.cz/lidemesta/article/view/2408 Bar as Meaningful Place in Migration 2022-12-13T10:10:48+01:00 Zuzana Terry zuzana@terry.cz <p>This paper presents the results of a six-month-long field research conducted in the capital of the Czech Republic in 2013. It is based on the research of a bar visited by Anglophone migrants. It aims to reveal how becoming a bar regular helped migrants to adapt to the new country and maintain their lives there. The studied group of migrants placed important practices into the space of the bar, through which they formed their meaning and memory in a new place, their new home. They domesticated the place to the extent that they had their own seats, glasses, and any newcomer, whether Czech or migrant, was observed and evaluated. The bar played the role of an intimate space; it was home-like and it was socially and materially changed by the migrants. The bar was a place where the migrants’ social bonds were performed and materialised. It was a place in the time and space of real physi­cal contact within a migratory network.</p> 2022-12-13T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 https://ojs.cuni.cz/lidemesta/article/view/2410 Nikolas Rose – Des Fitzgerald: The Urban Brain. Mental Health in the Vital City 2022-12-13T10:29:58+01:00 Martin Novák ma.novak@zoho.com <p>A review of the book by Nikolas Rose.</p> 2022-07-01T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 https://ojs.cuni.cz/lidemesta/article/view/2411 Lenka Jakoubková Budilová – Thomas Hylland Eriksen – Gunnar Haaland – Miroslav Hroch – Marek Jakoubek: Etnické skupiny, hranice a identity 2022-12-13T10:32:26+01:00 Kateřina Krupková krupkova.k@email.cz <p>A review of the book by Lenka Jakoubková Budilová, Thomas Hylland Eriksen, Gunnar Haaland, Miroslav Hroch and Marek Jakoubek.</p> 2022-07-01T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 https://ojs.cuni.cz/lidemesta/article/view/2412 Legault-Laberge, Raphaël Mathieu : Quatre Essais d’anthropologie des Religions 2022-12-13T10:35:47+01:00 Anežka Miková anezkamichal@gmail.com <p>A review of the book by Legault-Laberge and Raphaël Mathieu.</p> 2022-07-01T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 https://ojs.cuni.cz/lidemesta/article/view/2409 Green Satan 2022-12-13T10:24:32+01:00 Jakub Jahl Sobekuba@seznam.cz <p>This article deals with the ecological and environmental tendencies of the two largest Satanic groups in the Czech Republic. It first recapitulates the connection between mainstream religions and ecology. It then describes the absence of Satanism in major scholarly publications and uncovers a strong link between Satanism and ecology/animal rights. The text illustrates this in the words of Anton LaVey, Peter H. Gilmore, and several Satanic organi­zations including the Church of Satan, Temple of Set, Dragon Rouge, The Satanic Temple, and others. The article concludes by looking for ecological tendencies in the teachings of the two largest Satanic groups in the Czech Republic – the local version of LaVey’s Church of Satan and the Czech-influenced Community of Satan. Finally, the text briefly mentions the main research findings of these groups and concludes by showing them in relation to Bron Taylor’s model of dark green religions.</p> 2022-07-01T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2022 https://ojs.cuni.cz/lidemesta/article/view/2424 Getting Up from the Knees 2022-12-16T11:08:22+01:00 Zora Procházková zdenek.nespor@soc.cas.cz Jan David zdenek.nespor@soc.cas.cz Zdeněk R. Nešpor (ed.) zdenek.nespor@soc.cas.cz <p>Academic edition of an exceptional source depicting (records from) observations of Prague Christian churches’ services in the mid-1960s, supple­mented with a contextualizing introduction and historico-religious footnotes by the editor. The specificity of the material is that the original source takes the form of (commented) participatory observation, it is very open and at the same time it contains material from (almost) all existing churches and religious societies, respectively individual parishes, congregations and places of worship in the city of Prague. Due to its length is the edition divided into several parts; this third part contains the first part of Roman Catholic wor­ships (churches A–N).</p> 2022-12-01T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022