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  • Independence Day in a would-be Christian nation 

    Kallinen, Timo (The Donner Institute, 07.11.2022)
    When the West African nation of Ghana attained its independence from colonial rule in 1957, its traditional culture was to be promoted in all sectors of public life. Similarly, what was construed as Ghanaian traditional ...
  • Innovation, adaptation, and maintaining the balance 

    Pesonen, Heikki (The Donner Institute, 07.11.2022)
    The environmental crisis has challenged faith traditions to take a stand and act both globally and locally. Statements and action build on reinterpretations of tradition, which also produce a variety of ritual applications. ...
  • An interview with Terhi Utriainen 

    Woodhead, Linda (The Donner Institute, 07.11.2022)
    An interview with Terhi Utriainen by Linda Woodhead.
  • Between art and ritual 

    Korte, Anne-Marie (The Donner Institute, 07.11.2022)
    This article analyses the short performances of Drag Sethlas at the yearly Gran Canaria Drag Queen Contest in Spain (2017–20) from the perspective of religious studies and gender studies, following on from an earlier article ...
  • Out of many modes and motivations 

    Kyyrö, Jere; Mantsinen, Teemu T. (The Donner Institute, 07.11.2022)
    This article explores a sequence of events, a combination of Orthodox Christian village and chapel festivals, associated processions and a cross-border procession, through the theoretical concept of ritualisation. The ...
  • Editorial. Rituals and ritualization 

    Butters, Maija; Kupari, Helena (The Donner Institute, 07.11.2022)
    This issue of Approaching Religion is dedicated to Terhi Utriainen, Professor of the Study of Religions at the University of Helsinki. It is published on the 7 November 2022, Terhi’s sixtieth birthday, and contains reflections ...
  • Religious practice among Finnish converts to Orthodox Christianity 

    Kupari, Helena (The Donner Institute, 07.11.2022)
    In this study, I discuss the devotional lives of Finns who have joined the Orthodox Church of Finland as adults. The analysis is based on interviews conducted with 29 converts to Orthodoxy. My specific focus is the interplay ...
  • Praying with Blathmac 

    Bergholm, Alexandra (The Donner Institute, 07.11.2022)
    The mid-eighth-century Old Irish text known as the poems of Blathmac is a long devotional composition meditating on the mystery of Christ’s cross and its significance for salvation history. Since the discovery and subsequent ...
  • En hyllning till mångfalden 

    Chaya Votkin, Taija (The Donner Institute, 27.06.2022)
    Recension av @Stoltjude - om judiskt liv i Sverige, Nina Tojzner och Malin Norrby (red.), Micael Bindefeld (förord), Samuel Adler (berättartext), Daniel Leviathan (uppslagsdel), Isabelle Falck (grafisk formgivning) (Stockholm: ...
  • ”Jude är något man gör” 

    Illman, Ruth (The Donner Institute, 27.06.2022)
    Recension av Jude i Sverige: en antologi, red. Daniel Pedersen (Stockholm: Föreningen Judisk kultur i Sverige, 2021).
  • From A to Z 

    Carlesson Magalhães, Jens (The Donner Institute, 27.06.2022)
    Review of Key Concepts in the Study of Antisemitism, eds. Sol Goldberg, Scott Ury and Kalman Weiser, Palgrave Critical Studies of Antisemitism and Racism (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).
  • At beskytte demokratiet mod dets indre fjender 

    Gildin Zuckerman, Maja (The Donner Institute, 27.06.2022)
    Boganmeldelse af Sofie Lene Baks ”Racismeparagraffen” (Århus: Århus Universitetsforlag, 2021).
  • Reading Paul with Messianic Jews 

    Nyström, Jennifer (The Donner Institute, 27.06.2022)
    This review article presents and summarises my doctoral dissertation ‘Reading Romans, Constructing Paul(s): A Conversation between Messianic Jews in Jerusalem and Paul within Judaism Scholars’, defended on 24 September ...
  • The black bar mitzvah 

    Ackfeldt, Anders; Magnusson, Erik (The Donner Institute, 27.06.2022)
    References to Jews and to matters included in Jewish discourse are commonplace in US popular culture in general and in US-produced hip-hop lyrics in particular. This article deals with the latter, and aims to analyse how ...
  • Shaping ongoing survival in a Swedish refugee camp 

    Van Orden Martínez, Victoria (The Donner Institute, 27.06.2022)
    Among the hundreds of sites that housed survivors of Nazi persecution who came to Sweden in the spring and summer of 1945, one of the largest was at the small village of Öreryd. Between June 1945 and September 1946, around ...
  • ‘Rabbinising’ in sixteenth-century polemics 

    Avner, Shamir (The Donner Institute, 27.06.2022)
    ‘Rabbi’ is the title of Jewish scholars and teachers. Yet, in the sixteenth century, the word was sometimes employed in Christian discourse, when Christian scholars referred to their Christian peers as rabbis. How could ...
  • Editorial. Nordisk judaistik 

    Illman, Ruth; Lundgren, Svante (The Donner Institute, 27.06.2022)
    Editorial for Vol. 33 Issue 1 of Nordisk Judaistik / Scandinavian Jewish Studies.
  • Salafi Sufism? 

    Sorgenfrei, Simon; Stjernholm, Simon (The Donner Institute, 14.06.2022)
    The aim of this article is to analyse a local expression of the transnational Ahbash Sufi movement in light of recent scholarship on the relationship between Salafism and Sufism as well as Islamic neo-traditionalism. Some ...
  • ‘One of the most important questions that human beings have to understand’ 

    Olsson, Susanne; Svensson, Jonas (The Donner Institute, 14.06.2022)
    In the present article, the authors argue that the study of Salafism as a contemporary Islamic new religious movement could benefit from an analytical perspective separating fundamentalism into the modes of inferentialism ...
  • Chabad on Ice 

    Czimbalmos, Mercédesz Viktória; Tuori, Riikka (The Donner Institute, 14.06.2022)
    The article examines the Finnish branch of Chabad Lubavitch as a fundamentalist and charismatic movement that differs from other branches of ultra-Orthodox Judaism in its approaches to outreach to non-observant Jews. Whilst ...

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