Selaus nimekkeen mukaan kokoelmassa Kirjoja, sarjoja, ym.

    • Dance as a contemplative practice : The space of distinction and union 

      Hellsten, Laura (The Donner Institute, 20.03.2021)
      This article analyses ethnographic material gathered in Sweden amongst dancers in the Church of Sweden. With the help of the writings of Sarah Coakley and Simone Weil I explore if, and how, dancing could be considered a ...
    • Dance as an agency of change in an age of totalitarianism 

      Hellsten, Laura (The Donner Institute, 02.03.2022)
      This article identifies two different paths where the amnesia described by Hannah- Arendt and the fragmentation identified by Willie James Jennings of our historical past has distorted how people today view dan-cing. I set ...
    • Dance in the Early Church: sources and restrictions 

      Hellsten, Laura (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2016)
      Understanding the role of dance in the Western Christian tradition is an underexplored territory. Sources of historical investigations are few and many of them are problematic. In this article commonly used sources are ...
    • Dance, Music, Art, and Religion 

      Ahlbäck, Tore (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 1996)
      By tradition, the study of religion has predominantly been concerned with intellectual aspects of faith and believing, focusing on texts, systematised creeds and articulated truth claims. Aesthetic dimensions of religions ...
    • Dare to know, dare to tell, dare to play 

      Nowotny, Helga (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2011)
      In her concluding statement summarising the discussions and themes presented during the workshops, lectures and concerts of the Aboagora symposium, Helga Nowotny underlines the need for researchers to be courageous and ...
    • Darkness as a metaphor in the historiography of the Enlightenment 

      Tunturi, Janne (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2011)
      This paper concentrates on darkness as a metaphor in eighteenth century historical writing. In contrast to the celebration of light as a symbol of knowledge and progress, the interpretations of the meaning of darkness ...
    • De danska judarna i Theresienstadt 

      Zander, Ulf (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      Review of Silvia Goldbaum Tarabini: Danske jøders liv og død i Theresienstadt. Köpenhamn: Gyldendal, 2023.
    • 'Dead Clay and Living Clay': Máirtín Ó Cadhain's criticisms of the work of the Irish Folklore Commission 

      Briody, Mícheál (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2014)
      In Ireland the creation of one of the world’s largest collections of oral traditions by the Irish Folklore Commission (1935−70) was intimately bound up with the declining fortunes of the Irish language as a spoken vernacular ...
    • Death and beyond. Thoughts and preparations for the final journey 

      Butters, Maija (The Donner Institute, 08.03.2023)
      Based on extensive ethnography, this article investigates how contemporary Finnish hospice patients talk – or remain silent – about their own approaching death, and the imageries relating to death and the possible afterlife. ...
    • Deathscapes in Finnish funerals during Covid-19 

      Vähäkangas, Auli (The Donner Institute, 08.03.2023)
      The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted and reshaped experiences of bodily disposal and memorialization around the world. One key characteristic of almost all religious practices and traditions is the centrality of face-to-face ...
    • Decadence and occulture Oscar Parviainen´s art 

      Välimäki, Mikko (The Donner Institute, 20.03.2021)
      This article contributes to the understanding of relations between occulture and Decadence in Finnish art at the turn of the twentieth century, focussing on occulture and Decadence in the works of the Finnish artist Oscar ...
    • Decolonising the COVID-19 pandemic 

      Duncan, Rebecca; Höglund, Johan (The Donner Institute, 22.11.2021)
      At its inception, the COVID-19 pandemic was described as something inherently new, capable of crossing and erasing the economic, racial, gendered, and religious divides that stratify societies around the world. However, ...
    • Den Judiska Kvinnoklubben (JKK) och de judiska flyktingarna under 1930- och 1940-talen 

      Thor Tureby, Malin (The Donner Institute, 24.11.2019)
      In a Swedish context, Jewish women’s experiences and actions have gone unrecorded and unrecognised; most narratives of Swedish Jewish history offer only a partial account of their past. Marginalised or ignored, or absorbed ...
    • Den judisk–katolska relationen: En läsning av och reflektion kring det senaste dokumentet för en teologisk dialog 

      Nyström, Jennifer (the Donner Institute, 02.12.2017)
      Efter femtio framgångsrika år i kölvattnet av Nostra Aetate (nr 4), publicerade The Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews (Kommissionen för religiösa relationer med judar) ett nytt dokument om judisk–kristna ...
    • ”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).
    • ”Den som pekar på andras brister visar därigenom sina egna” Genmäle till Pontus Rudberg 

      Thor Tureby, Malin (The Donner Institute, 202-12-12)
      Genmäle i den pågående diskussionen mellan Malin Thor Tureby och Pontus Rudberg om svenk-judisk historieforskning (se Vol 31 No 1).
    • Den östjudiska invandringen till Karlskrona 1862–1920 

      Svensson, Harry (the Donner Institute, 05.12.2016)
      Genom det undantagstillstånd från 1782-års Judereglemente som Amiralitetskollegiet utverkade åt Fabian Philip och hans familj, blev Karlskrona de facto den fjärde staden i Sverige där judar tilläts bo under perioden ...
    • 'Denmark contra Jvdæos' 

      Bak, Sofie Lene (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      This article examines the relationship between conspiracy theories and antisemitism by posing the question of whether conspiracism is an inseparable and integrated part of national socialist antisemitism or a marginalised, ...
    • Depictions of Laestadianism 1850–1950 

      Kristiansen, Kristiansen (The Donner Institute, 23.05.2020)
      The issue to be discussed here is how society’s views of the Laestadian revival has changed over the course of the revival movement’s first 100 years. The article claims that society’s emerging view of the revival is ...