The Donner Institute for Research in Religion and Culture aims to be a meeting place for researchers in religious and cultural studies. The Institute's Director, Dr Ruth Illman, sees the institute as the spider [...]
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The Donner Institute carried out a customer survey in October 2017 to evaluate the Institute's library services. The survey provides important information about how the library services could be developed in order to serve [...]
Science and religion – opposites? In the contemporary world, science and religion are often regarded as each other's opposites. Not only that: the complicated relationship between these two entities has also been scrutinised by [...]
The first issue of the Donner Institute publication series “Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis” was published in 1967 – fifty years ago. During the half-century that has passed, many of the world's leading researchers on [...]
Olly Donner (1881–1956) was born into the Sinebrychoff family; the father of Uno Donner (1872–1958) was a professor of Sanskrit and later became a senator. Uno Donner was a pioneer in industry, as [...]
The Centre of Excellence in Research YARG (Young Adults and Religion in a Global Perspective, 2015–2018) engages researchers in Finland, Sweden, the United States, India, Israel, Turkey, Ghana, Poland, Russia, Peru and China. Ruth [...]
– It’s a great recognition to receive the Donner Research Prize, especially as my work represents rather “old-fashioned” research, where I have compared the handwritten manuscript letter for letter, say Dr Måns Broo, docent [...]