Viimeksi syötetyt Donner-instituutin julkaisuja

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    • '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, ...
    • The first steps in a Judaeo-Bolshevik conspiracy 

      Ahonen, Paavo (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      At the turn of the twentieth century, Jews were mostly blamed for small-scale and local conspiracies, but during and after the First World War global antisemitic theories started to emerge. In 1917, even before the Communist ...
    • The rise and impact of conspiracist antisemitism: an introduction 

      Karcher, Nicola; Simonsen, Kjetil Braut (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      This special issue examines conspiracist antisemitic print culture in the Nordic countries from the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 to the defeat of Nazi Germany in 1945. To contrast the universal patterns and particularities ...
    • Teater på jiddisch – i Sverige och i världen 

      Muir, Simo (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      Review of Sylvia Sauter & Willmar Sauter: Teater på jiddisch – i Sverige och i världen. Stockholm: Gidlunds förlag, 2023.
    • 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.
    • Freud and Judaism 

      Ruin, Hans (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      Review of Risto Nurmela: Sigmund Freud und sein Bekenntnis zum Judesein in ’Der Mann Moses und die monoteistische Religion’. Wien: Lit Verlag, 2023.
    • Judarnas plats i Göteborg 

      Hammarström, Per (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      Review of Pia Lindqvist (red.): Plats i staden: Göteborgs judiska artonhundratal. Göteborg: Bokförlaget Korpen, 2023.
    • Falangist antisemitism in Spain 1933–1945 

      Morant i Ariño, Toni (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      Spanish fascists held power for a lengthy period, yet their antisemitism remains underresearched. This article, drawing on periodicals and archival documentation, specifically examines the early years of the Falange until ...
    • ‘Jewry ueber Alles’ 

      Macklin, Graham (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      This article explores the role of the Britons Society, a small racial nationalist sect founded in 1919, in the propagation of conspiracist antisemitism in the United Kingdom in the aftermath of the First World War. It ...
    • ‘Until the domination of the Jews is crushed, Sweden is not the land of the Swedes!’ 

      Andersson, Lars M (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      This article analyses Hammaren, a Swedish blend of Der Stürmer, Der Hammer and domestic antisemitic publications, published by the most radical Swedish national socialists and antisemitic crusaders, launched in January ...
    • 'The apocalyptic battle' 

      Karcher, Nicola; Simonsen, Kjetil Braut (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      Conspiracist antisemitism was an integral part of national-socialist propaganda in Norway between 1940 and 1945. An imaginary entity called ‘International Jewry’ was represented as the sinister force behind phenomena such ...
    • For freedom and justice? 

      Silvennoinen, Oula (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      This article analyses the Finnish circle of far-right activists around the publishing company Vasara (‘Hammer’), set up in 1931. The analysis consists of a comprehensive survey of the backgrounds of the group members, the ...
    • Extraordinary Bodies, Invisible Worlds Somatic Pedagogy in Neo-pagan Ritual Practices 

      Dansac, Yael (The Donner Institute, 03.05.2024)
      Numerous scholars have signalled that neo-pagan practitioners use their body and their senses to interact with the divine and elaborate a spiritual experience. However, the learning process followed to achieve and produce ...
    • Gendered and Embodied Un/learning among Women Disengaging from Faith in the UK and Finland 

      Rantala, Teija; van den Brandt, Nella (The Donner Institute, 03.05.2024)
      Women often embody the central values and practices of their religious tradition. When they leave their community, women find a part of the “religious tapestry” remaining with them long after their disengagement. In this ...
    • “I used to be a traitor” Russian Baptist Conversion as Unlearning 

      Mikeshin, Igor (The Donner Institute, 03.05.2024)
      This article discusses adult conversion in the Russian Baptist community as the unlearning of old sinful ways of living. Russian Baptists see conversion as an act of repentance, surrendering to Christ, and becoming born ...
    • Can a case be made for “unlearning” in the study of religions? Applying the Concept to the Journeys of Religious Leavers 

      Knott, Kim (The Donner Institute, 03.05.2024)
      The concept of “unlearning” has been positively endorsed in both self-help literature and organizational research, but has yet to be discussed in the study of religions. Is there room for it in the conceptual space of ...
    • Esotericism against Capitalism? Rudolf Steiner’s Reform Pedagogy as a Site of Resistance 

      French, Aaron (The Donner Institute, 03.05.2024)
      This article seeks a better understanding of how Rudolf Steiner envisioned his reform pedagogy as a site of spiritual learning (for example through art, seasonal festivals, ritual drama, etc.), but also as a specific site ...
    • Communities of Practice and the Buddhist Education Reforms of Early-Twentieth-Century China 

      Boros, Peter (The Donner Institute, 03.05.2024)
      Over the course of only a few decades during the late nineteenth to early twentieth centuries, part of mainstream Buddhist education underwent a striking shift in China. From being a secluded practice within monastery walls ...
    • How to Think like an Atheist. Science, Philosophy, and Religion in Atheist-Produced Educational YouTube Videos 

      Isomaa, Robin (The Donner Institute, 03.05.2024)
      Atheism has had a strong presence on YouTube since its founding in the mid-2000s, which coincided with the rise of the new atheism movement, and lay atheists were quick to use the platform to spread new atheist ideas. ...
    • Caring for Health, Bodies, and Development. Teaching New Spiritual Practices in the Church of Sweden 

      Egnell, Helene; Plank, Katarina; Lundgren, Linnea (The Donner Institute, 03.05.2024)
      Over the last fifty years a plethora of new spiritual practices has emerged in the Church of Sweden. Many fall within a category of holistic practices, aimed at engaging body, soul, and spirit. Among these, two categories ...