Vol 12 No 2: Nordic fundamentalism


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  • 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 ...
  • Soft charisma as an impediment to fundamentalist discourse 

    Hammer, Olav; Swartz, Karen (The Donner Institute, 14.06.2022)
    The Anthroposophical Society in Sweden is, in the view of many of its members, going through tough times. Times of crisis and the search for a collective identity often inspire the formation of ideological rifts within a ...
  • ISKCON and intelligent design 

    Broo, Måns (The Donner Institute, 14.06.2022)
    Bhaktivedanta Swami (1896–1977), the founder of ISKCON, had a complex relationship with science and modernity, and many of his followers have consequently allied themselves with various kinds of critiques of the modern ...
  • Editorial. Nordic fundamentalism 

    Olsson, Susanne; Sorgenfrei, Simon (The Donner Institute, 14.06.2022)