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From Pussy Riot's 'punk prayer' to Matilda: Orthodox believers, critique, and religious freedom in Russia
Journal of Contemporary Religion
This article analyses the configurations of belief, critique, and religious freedom in Russia since the performance of the Russian group Pussy Riot in 2012. The 'punk prayer' and its legal and political aftermath are interpreted as an incidence of the contestation of the boundary between the secular and the religious in the Russian legal and social sphere. The authors show that the outcome of this contestation has had a decisive impact on the way in which religion, critique, and the human rightdoi:10.1080/13537903.2019.1658432 fatcat:nlsxtyisive2xfa5ru6ksssmva