Nordisk judaistik - Scandinavian Jewish Studies


Nordisk judaistik - Scandinavian Jewish Studies aims at promoting Jewish studies in Scandinavia by publishing scholarly articles, surveys and documents, by reviewing recent literature, and compiling bibliographies. The journal is multidisciplinary and covers a vast range of research fields within which Jewish themes are analysed, e.g. history, religious studies, linguistics, theology, anthropology, social sciences and the arts. Currently, the journal is published by the Donner Institute for Research in Religious and Cultural History in Åbo.

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  • ”Den som pekar på andras brister visar därigenom sina egna” 

    Rudberg, Pontus (The Donner Institute, 31.05.2021)
    Slutreplik till Malin Thor Tureby om svensk-judisk historieforskning (se Vol. 31 nr 1 och 2).
  • Bunds historia framstår som både avslutad och högaktuell 

    Englund, Martin (The Donner Institute, 31.05.2021)
    En recension av Håkan Blomqvists bok Socialism på jiddisch: judiska Arbeter Bund i Sverige (Carlssons, 2020).
  • Tyska utflykter i skandinavisk judaistik 

    Nurmela, Risto (The Donner Institute, 31.05.2021)
    En recension av Figurationen des J¨üdischen. Spurensuchen in der skandinavischen Literatur, utg. Clemens Räthel och Stefanie von Schnurbein (Nordeuropa-Institut, 2020).
  • Lettters to India 

    Tolley, Clive (The Donner Institute, 31.05.2021)
    I write as a non-Jew about the brief correspondence sent to my father, shortly after the Second World War, from a gifted, young Jewish violinist, and briefly outline the background story-arc of her family’s aliyah, from ...
  • Noreg og dei polskjødiske flyktningane, 1968–1970 

    Larsen, Svein-Erik (The Donner Institute, 31.05.2021)
    In 1968, an antisemitic campaign, launched by the Polish government, caused around 13,000 Jews to leave Poland. About 2500 of these refugees came to Denmark, while only about 25 ended up in Norway. The migration to Norway ...
  • The socio-economic context of Capernaum’s limestone synagogue and Jewish–Christian relations in the late-ancient town 

    Cirafesi, Wally V. (The Donner Institute, 31.05.2021)
    In this article, I consider a set of contextual questions related to the social and economic influences on the construction and use of Capernaum’s great limestone synagogue, and ask what these influences might tell us about ...
  • Voices of fire 

    Abell Haynes, Theresa (The Donner Institute, 31.05.2021)
    Early followers of Jesus and later rabbinical Jews, two divergent branches of Judaism emerging respectively from the Second Temple and Post-Second Temple eras, both drew upon the cultural memory of Sinai to establish their ...
  • Marcus Ehrenpreis in an international context 

    Hultman, Maja; Gargova, Fani (The Donner Institute, 20.12.2021)
    This report from the online workshop on 3 June 2021 which took place at the University of Vienna and University of Gothenburg gives an account of the talks and discussions on the role of Rabbi Marcus Ehrenpreis in the ...
  • The The origins of David Rapaport's 'Portrait of Moses' story 

    Raskin, Richard (The Donner Institute, 20.12.2021)
    David Rapaport, one of the founders of psychoanalytic ego psychology, used a story about a portrait of Moses in three of his papers in the 1950s in order to illustrate his view that the self has the power to shape its own ...
  • Jewish archives and sources in the Nordic countries 

    Pataricza, Dóra; Muir, Simo; Bak, Sofie Lene; Følner, Bjarke; Banik, Vibeke Kieding; Rudberg, Pontus (The Donner Institute, 20.12.2021)
    This article aims to give an overview of Jewish archives and archival sources in Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden. Besides describing significant existing collections, the article looks into ongoing archival projects, ...
  • ‘Frightening proportions’ 

    Magnusson, Erik (The Donner Institute, 20.12.2021)
    This article deals with Rabbi Meir Kahane’s assimilation doctrine, an under-studied aspect of previous published research on Kahane. The present study suggests that this doctrine is catalysed by a palingenetic myth of ...
  • Allosemitism and cosmisation 

    Carlesson Magalhães, Jens; Jansson, Fredrik (The Donner Institute, 20.12.2021)
    In this article, we explore the fruitfulness of seeing allosemitism as an aspect of cosmisation. We explore possible tropes such as creating order from chaos, embracing Christian identity and supersessionism, and legitimising ...
  • Encountering the 'ghetto' 

    Hoffmann, Christhard (The Donner Institute, 20.12.2021)
    In the history of Western perceptions of Jews and the ‘Jewish problem’, the First World War marks a period of change which was, among other things, influenced by the course of the war on the Eastern Front. The German ...
  • Golgotha and the burial of Adam between Jewish and Christian tradition 

    Ryan, Jordan (The Donner Institute, 31.05.2021)
    The curious name of Golgotha, and its translations provided by the evangelists, became a focal point for interpretation, opening the door for new Christological concepts to become affixed to it. As these novel Christological ...
  • Editorial 

    Illman, Ruth; Lundgren, Svante (The Donner Institute, 20.12.2021)
    Editorial for Vol. 32, No. 2 of Nordisk judaistik / Scandinavian Jewish Studies.
  • Editorial 

    Illman, Ruth; Lundgren, Svante (The Donner Institute, 31.05.2021)
    Editorial for Vol. 32/1 of Nordisk judaistik / Scandinavian Jewish Studies.
  • Nils Martola in memoriam 

    Lundgren, Svante (The Donner Institute, 20.12.2021)
  • Fyra sekler av judiskt liv i Sverige 

    Lundgren, Svante (The Donner Institute, 20.12.2021)
    Recension av Carl Henrik Carlssons Judarnas historia i Sverige (Stockholm: Natur & Kultur, 2021). 400 s.
  • How do you Jew in Finland? 

    Andersson, Lars M (The Donner Institute, 20.12.2021)
    Review of Mercédesz Czimbalmos's Intermarriage, Conversion and Jewish Identity in Contemporary Finland. A Study of Vernacular Religion in the Finnish Jewish Communities (Åbo Akademi University).
  • När det judiska tar plats 

    Roos, Lena (The Donner Institute, 20.12.2021)
    Recension av Jag må bo mitt ibland dem. Stockholms stora synagoga 150 år, projektledare och redaktör: Marina Burstein, bild­redaktör, grafisk form och foto: Karl Gabor (Stockholm: Hillelförlaget/Judiska församlingen i ...

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