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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  • En biografi og en slægtshistorie om jødisk liv i Danmark 

    Kaiser-Hansen, Vibeke (The Donner Institute, 12.12.2023)
    Review of Thomas Harder & Lene Ewald Hesels''s En sten for Eva (København: Gads Forlag, 2022). 380 pp. & Hanne Foighels Sten på sten. Mine 400 år gamle danskjødiske rødder (København: Dansk Jødisk Museum, 2022). 496 pp.
  • Om vikten att få berätta och minnen av Ravensbrück, Vita bussarna och livet efteråt 

    Sjö, Sofia (The Donner Institute, 12.12.2023)
    Recension av Lena Millingers ...För det fanns inga barn i Ravensbrück: En berättelse om Gladys och Ivan Neuman (Hestra: Isaberg förlag, 2021). 104 s.
  • Ett färgsprakande bidrag till judiskt liv i Norge 

    Nir, Hanna (The Donner Institute, 12.12.2023)
    Recension av Jødisk: Identitet, praksis og minnekultur redigerad av Cora Alexa Døving (Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 2022). 344 s.
  • Svante Hansson in memoriam 

    Lundgren, Svante (The Donner Institute, 12.12.2023)
    Nekrolog över Svante Hansson (1938-2023).
  • The last Jews in Hämeenlinna, 1889–1918. A community fades away 

    Swanström, André (The Donner Institute, 12.12.2023)
    Around a hundred years ago there was a tiny Jewish community in Hämeenlinna, a small provincial capital in Finland. The dissolution of the Hämeenlinna Jewish community has become shrouded in mystery. Some amateur historians ...
  • From a young Jewish model to a Salvation Army Officer. Fête juive and the case of Chava Slavatitsky 

    Czimbalmos, Mercédesz; Pataricza, Dóra (The Donner Institute, 12.12.2023)
    The captivating painting of Helene Schjerfbeck, Fête juive / Lehtimajanjuhla (1883), is considered to this day an exceptional piece of art with significant cultural value. It already carries great value, aside from its ...
  • The Catholic Church, Jews, the Shoah and the State of Israel. Interpretations and responses 

    Havel, Boris (The Donner Institute, 12.12.2023)
    Judaism and Christianity are religions whose theological epistemology is based on revelation. The primary source of revelation is Holy Scripture. However, history has also been recognised as a source of revelation, ...
  • Bodies speak louder than words. Norwegian Jewish parents reflecting on brit milah 

    Stene, Nora (The Donner Institute, 12.12.2023)
    This article addresses the question: how do Norwegian Jewish parents reflect on brit milah (circumcision) in a context where this practice is frequently criticised? The data are derived from twenty-five in-depth interviews. ...
  • Editorial 

    Illman, Ruth; Lundgren, Svante (The Donner Institute, 12.12.2023)
    Editorial for the Volume 34, Issue 2
  • Ett judiskt kristet arv 

    Kurtén, Tage (The Donner Institute, 19.06.2023)
    Recension av Caterina Stenius, ”Sanningen är alltid större. En essä på sju famnars djup” (Vasa: Förlaget Scriptum, 2022).
  • En resa genom judiska bibliografier och bibliotek 

    Sjö, Sofia (The Donner Institute, 19.06.2023)
    Bokrecension av Joacim Hanssons De ordnade böckernas folk: om klassifikation i judiska bibliografier och bibliotek (Stockholm: Hilleförlaget, 2022)
  • The faith and actions of Greta Andrén, missionary to the Jews of Vienna, 1938–41 

    Wenell, Samuel (The Donner Institute, 19.06.2023)
    In this microhistorical study of the Swedish Mission to the Jews (Svenska Israelsmissionen) in Vienna, I explore the everyday life and work of the deaconess Greta Andrén (1909–71) during the time of the Nazi occupation of ...
  • Tysk-judisk migration till Sverige 

    Carlsson, Carl Henrik (The Donner Institute, 19.06.2023)
    Artikeln är en översikt av den tysk-judiska invandringen till Sverige från 1770-talet och framåt. Till en början skedde invandringen till stor del i form av kedjemigration från Mecklenburg. Många i pionjären Aaron Isaacs ...
  • The ‘Old Testament’ as the origin of the patriarchy 

    Liljefors, Hanna (The Donner Institute, 19.06.2023)
    This article explores and compares two similar debates in Germany and Sweden during the 1980s, in which feminists blamed the Hebrew Bible, or ‘Old Testament’, for being the origin of the patriarchy. In Germany, the ...
  • Cultural transfer in Swedish exile 

    Nawrocka, Irene (The Donner Institute, 19.06.2023)
    After the death in 1934 of his father-in-law Samuel Fischer, founder of the well-known publishing house S. Fischer in Berlin, Gottfried Bermann Fischer moved to Vienna with the aim of publishing the works of prominent ...
  • Hugo Valentin's scholarly campaign against antisemitism 1920s to the early 1950s 

    Bortz, Olof (The Donner Institute, 19.06.2023)
    The Swedish Jewish historian Hugo Valentin (1888–1963) founded the field of Swedish Jewish history in the 1920s. Valentin was also a prominent and public figure in Swedish Jewish affairs, as a writer, Zionist and refugee ...
  • ‘Only the murder accusations are missing’ 

    Carlesson Magalhães, Jens (The Donner Institute, 19.06.2023)
    In 1848, the Götheborgs Dagblad newspaper was revived after a ten-year gap, and launched the anonymous submission column entitled ‘Anonyma Lådan’ (the Anonymous Box). In January and February 1849, many antisemitic letters ...
  • Christianity without Christ? 

    Schoeps, Julius H (The Donner Institute, 19.06.2023)
    Ever since the publication of Dohm’s Ueber die bürgerliche Verbesserung der Juden (On the Civil Improvement of the Jews) in 1781, which argued for Jewish political equality on humanitarian grounds, more and more voices ...
  • The medieval roots of antisemitism in Sweden 

    Hess, Cordelia (The Donner Institute, 19.06.2023)
    The lack of a local Jewish community did not prevent medieval Swedish clerics and lay people from being interested in Jews and Jewish questions. They bought, translated, read and preached from most of the available textual ...
  • Jewish–Christian Contacts, Past and Present. Sweden and Germany Compared 

    Glöckner, Olaf; Roos, Lena (The Donner Institute, 19.06.2023)
    Editorial for the Volume 34, Issue 1

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