Book Reviews

Namli, E., Svenungsson, J. and Vincent, A. M. (eds) (2014) Jewish Thought, Utopia, and Revolution. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2014. — 211 p.

Rimestad, S. (2012) The Challenges of Modernity to the Orthodox Church in Estonia and Latvia (1917–1940). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2012. — 334 p.

Shavchenko, T. I. (2013) The Valaam Monastery and the Formation of the Finnish Orthodox Church, 1917 – 1957. Moscow: Izdatel’stvo PSTGU. — 500 p. (In Russian)

Zaitsev, O., Begen, O., Stefaniv, V. (2011) Nationalism and Religion: Greek Catholic Church and the Ukrainian Nationalist Movement in Galicia, 1920s—1930s. — 384 p. (In Ukrainian)

Ioniţă, V. (2014) Towards the Holy and Great Synod of the Orthodox Church. Fribourg: Institute for Ecumenical Studies University of Fribourg. — 214 p.

Richters, K. (2013) The Post-Soviet Russian Orthodox Church: Politics, Culture and Greater Russia. London: Routledge — 212 p.

Furat, Ayşe Zişan and Er, Hamit (eds) (2012) Balkans and Islam: Encounter, Transformation, Discontinuity, Continuity. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. — 235 p.

Merdjanova, I. (2013) Rediscovering the Umma: Muslims in the Balkans between Nationalism and Transnationalism. Oxford: Oxford University Press. — 216 p.

Asprem, E. and Granholm, K. (eds) (2013) Contemporary Esotericism. Sheffield, Bristol: Equinox Publishing. — 448 p.

Сollis, R. (2012) The Petrine Instauration: Religion, Esotericism and Science at the Court of Peter the Great, 1689 – 1725. Leiden, Boston: Brill. — 576 p.