Dr. Sofie Lene Bak, University of Copenhagen Oral Histories of Hidden Children in Denmark during the Holocaust: Narratives, Identity and Trauma 20 May 2021 at 17.30-18.30 (Finnish time) online Denmark is the celebrated exception from [...]
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Ernils Larsson has been awarded the Donner Institute’s 2020 research prize for his doctoral thesis on the relationship between state and religion in Japan based on how the nation’s courts have reasoned in legal disputes related to Shinto. [...]
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The big questions concerning life and death have always fascinated artists. Art and the creation of art have offered ways to explore the meaning of life, the character of reality and the inevitableness of death. [...]
The latest issue of the Donner Institute e-journal Approaching Religion (Vol. 10/2) is based on an international symposium on hospitality and ethics from a feminist perspective that was organised in Åbo/Turku in early March 2020. [...]
Monday International open access week was celebrated worldwide last week, October 19-25th. The themes of the OA week are diversity, equity and inclusion, which all are central aims of OA in research. These issues have emerged [...]