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  • publication . Article . 2020
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Konstanty Gebert;
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    Publisher: Donner Institute

    <jats:p>Drawing on personal experience, the author discusses the vicissitudes of Jewish identity formation in the last two decades of Communist Poland and the first two decades which followed. He addresses the role of religion in the Jewish revival which occurred in tha...

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  • publication . Article . 2019
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Simo Muir;
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    Publisher: Donner Institute

    <jats:p>&#x0D; &#x0D; &#x0D; &#x0D; &#x0D; &#x0D; &#x0D; &#x0D; This article analyses a New Year’s revue from 1929 by Helsinki-born Jac Weinstein (1883–1976) and the image of the Jewish merchant. Many stereotypes concerning ethnicity and gender are at play in the revue ...

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  • publication . Article . 2019
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Simo Muir; Riikka Tuori;
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    Publisher: Donner Institute

    <jats:p>This article provides the first historiographical analysis of the origins of Jewish Orthodoxy in Helsinki and describes the development of the rabbinate from the establishment of the congregation in the late 1850s up to the early 1980s. The origins of the Finnis...

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  • publication . Article . Report . 2018
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Katharina E. Keim; Wally V. Cirafesi;
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    Publisher: Donner Institute

    <jats:p>Wally V. Cirafesi of University of Oslo and Katharina E. Keim of Lund University briefly present their postdoctoral projects within the area of Jewish Studies. Cirafesi has just completed his dissertation on the Gospel of John within its first-century Jewish env...

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  • publication . Article . Review . 2018
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Ruth Illman;
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    Publisher: Donner Institute

    <jats:p>Introduction to the three conference presentations from the seminar at the University of Oslo in March, 2018.</jats:p>

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  • publication . Article . 2018
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Søren Holst;
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    Publisher: Donner Institute

    <jats:p>This article explores the overcoming of evil in the biblical Book of Psalms, taking as its point of departure the so-called ‘sudden change of mood’ in the individual psalms of lamentation, where a psalmist proceeds from complaint to grateful praise with no obvio...

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  • publication . Article . Review . 2016
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Keith Kahn-Harris;
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    Publisher: Donner Institute

    <jats:p>Review of Jewish Studies in the Nordic Countries Today, edited by Ruth Illman and Björn Dahla (2016).</jats:p>

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  • publication . Article . 2008
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Karin Almbladh;
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    Publisher: Donner Institute

    <jats:p>In the present paper two attitudes towards Christianity among Jews in Medieval Iraq are discussed, viz. Da'ûd al-Muqammas (second half of the 9th century) and Sa'd b. Mansûr Ibn Kammûna (second half of the 13th century). Da'ûd al-Muqammas was writing in a period...

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  • publication . Article . 2004
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Stefanie von Schnurbein;
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    Publisher: Donner Institute

    Between 1820 and 1850, nearly all major Danish authors (e.g. B.S. Ingemann, C. Hauch, H.C. Andersen, Th. Gyllembourg and St. St. Blicher) chose Jewish characters, mainly “noble Jews”, as protagonists for short stories and novels. This “boom” was on the one hand a direct...

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  • publication . Article . 2003
    Open Access Danish
    Authors:
    Yair Zakovitch;
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    Publisher: Donner Institute

    <jats:p>This article deals with the beginning and end of David’s life. David’s lonely end, a reflection of his incapacity to love, marks the tragic close to his promising beginnings. The author shows how the stories that introduce David are missing two elements: a birth...

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