Nordisk judaistik/Scandinavian Jewish Studies issue 31/2 available now

Svante Lundgren and Ruth Illman, editors of Nordisk judaistik/Scandinavian Jewish Studies, have announced that Vol. 31/2 of the journal has been published and is available online now.


Table of contents for Vol. 31/2

Editorial
Ruth Illman, Svante Lundgren

ARTICLES
Didaktiska reflektioner om judendom, stereotyper och tankefigurer
Håkan Bengtsson

Yidishe tates forming Jewish families: Experiences of intermarried Finnish Jewish men
Mercédesz Czimbalmos

Scandinavia and Israel after the Holocaust
Orna Keren-Carmel

Svenska judars berättelser om flyktingar, överlevande och hjälpverksamheter under och efter Förintelsen
Malin Thor Tureby

BOOK REVIEWS
Judiskt liv i Helsingfors
Svante Lundgren

Minnen från ett finskjudiskt musikerliv i tradition och förändring –
Hillel Tokaziers biografi
Ruth Illman

REPORTS
Nordic Jews in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries
Dóra Pataricza

DISCUSSION
”Den som pekar på andras brister visar därigenom sina egna”
Genmäle till Pontus Rudberg
Malin Thor Tureby


Nordisk judaistik/Scandinavian Jewish Studies aims to promote Jewish studies in Scandinavia by publishing scholarly articles, surveys and documents, essays and conversations as well as by reviewing recent literature. Contributions are published in one of the Scandinavian languages, or in English, German or French, with an abstract in English. The journal is strictly academic and does not pursue any special religious, political or cultural policy. NJ is published open access online. The editors welcome submissions of articles and reviews, and can be reached at the email addresses linked above.

The Nordic Network for Jewish Studies was founded and is run by Dr Katharina Keim and Dr Karin Zetterholm at the Centre for Theology and Religious Studies at Lund University.

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