The Traditional Culture of Food among the Old Believer Peasants of the Nagatinskaia District, Moscow Region (Late 19th Century – 1940s)
Type of publication: Research Article
wealthy peasants, Old Believers, culture of food, utensils, celebration feasts
The article discusses the culture of food among the locals of the Nagatinskaia District, Moscow Region, that represented two groups of the Old Believers: beglopopovtsy of Vetkovskoe soglasie (“fugitive priests of the Vetka agreement”) and neokruzhniki of Belokrinitskaia ierarkhiia (“non-conformists of the Belokrinitskaia church hierarchy”). The period of the late 19th – early 20th centuries is under consideration. The author argues that the culture of food was influenced by a number of factors such as religious belonging, economic activity, lifestyle of people, as well as close distance to the capital.
Funding InformationThis research was supported by the following institutions and grants: Russian Foundation for Humanities, grant 12-01-00229а
Savostianova, O.P. 2014. The Traditional Culture of Food among the Old Believer Peasants of the Nagatinskaia District, Moscow Region (Late 19th Century – 1940s). Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 6: 155-169
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