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Imagine there is no death… Soviet funeral reforming en marche 2023 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 59 (1): 9-28
  • Anna Sokolova
2342-7256
Banal and nostalgic: memories of Swedishness in the Christmas calendar 2023 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 59 (1): 29-51
  • Evelina Lundmark
2342-7256
Ecclsial online identities during the COVID-19 pandemic: Scandinavian majority churches on Facebook, Christmas 2020 2023 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 59 (1): 53-78
  • Elisabeth Tveito Johnsen
2342-7256
Global indigeneity on the move: the world drum - afterlives, drift matter, and object agency 2023 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 59 (1): 79-99
  • Siv Ellen Kraft
2342-7256
Healing and mental illness in Ghana: why prayer camps in Ghana are sometimes alternatives to psychiatric hospitals 2023 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 59 (1): 101-23
  • Francis Ethelbert Kwabena Benyah
2342-7256
Åke Hultkrantz on method: the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Metodvägar inom den jämförande religionsforskningen 2023 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 59 (2): 149-56
  • Göran Larsson
2342-7256
How the nineteenth-century Evangelical revival strengthened faith and undermined Christendom: a Swedish case 2023 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 59 (2): 157-80
  • Stefan Gelfgren
2342-7256
Civil religion and the Evangelical Lutheran Church on Finnish Independence Day 2023 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 59 (2): 181-206
  • Jere Kyyrö
2342-7256
‘The wisest man in the East’: the aesthetics of gospel rap music within the emotional regimes of Finnish Evangelical Christianity 2023 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 59 (2): 207-29
  • Tuomas Järvenpää
2342-7256
Putting a Q into the study of religions: observations from a global study with the faith Q-Sort 2022 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 58 (1): 7-40
  • Peter Nynäs
2342-7256
God making in China: notes towards a theory of deification 2022 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 58 (1): 41-65
  • James R. Lewis
  • Margrethe Løøv
2342-7256
Other-worldly beings in the pre-Christian north: tribal, chiefdom, and archaic religion and the use of cultural evolutionary theory 2022 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 58 (1): 67-89
  • Simon Nygaard
2342-7256
The dichotomy of branding: dicourses in the Orthodox Church of Finland 2022 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 58 (1): 91-117
  • Laura Kokkonen
2342-7256
Unveiling the character gallery of sermons: a social network analysis of 11,955 Danish sermons 2022 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 58 (1): 119-46
  • Anne Agersnap
  • Kirstine Helboe Johansen
  • Ross Deans Kristensen-Mclachlan
2342-7256
A hundred years of religious freedom in Finland 2022 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 58 (2): 169-91
  • Lene Kühle
2342-7256
Majoritarian religion, cultural justification and non-religion: Finland in the international context 2022 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 58 (2): 193-216
  • Lori G. Beaman
  • Teemu Taira
2342-7256
Islamic family law(s) in Finland: reflections on freedom of religion from the wellbeing perspective 2022 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 58 (2): 217-38
  • Mulki Al-Sharmani
  • Sanna Mustasaari
2342-7256
A 'Nordic religious freedom paradox'? Freedom of religion and belief as constructed by two global datasets 2022 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 58 (2): 239-65
  • Lene Kühle
2342-7256
Knowing, being, doing – Perhaps not so new: a comment on Illman and Czimbalmos, Temenos 56 (2) 2021 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 57 (1): 9-16
  • Margit Warburg
2342-7256
Legitimizing claims of special knowledge: towards an epistemic turn in religious studies 2021 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 57 (1): 17-34
  • David Robertson
2342-7256
Otherworldly relations in CAM practice: towards an ethnography of non-secular possibility work 2021 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 57 (1): 35-57
  • Terhi Utriainen
2342-7256
Boody, intense, and durable: the politics of 'religious conflict' 2021 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 57 (1): 59-80
  • Hannes Sonnenschein
  • Tomas Lindgren
2342-7256
The diminishing importance of fate and divine femininity during the high and late Roman empire 2021 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 57 (1): 81-101
  • Paul Linjamaa
2342-7256
The echo of creation: parallels between Old Norse cosmogony and eschatology 2021 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 57 (1): 103-26
  • Jan Kozák
2342-7256
Response to Margit Warburg 2021 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 57 (2): 151-3
  • Mercédesz Czimbalmos
  • Ruth Illman
2342-7256
International magic? – Finnish folk magic objects in a European context 2021 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 57 (2): 155-80
  • Sonja Hukantaival
2342-7256
Christus verus Luciferus, Demon est Deus Inversus: Pekka Siitoin’s spiritism board 2021 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 57 (2): 181-207
  • Tero Pasanen
2342-7256
The spirit of the place and the place of the spirit: local spirits, boundaries, and social order in Southwest Finnish folklore 2021 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 57 (2): 209-30
  • John Björkman
2342-7256
Negotiating Christian cultural heritage: Christmas in schools and public service media 2021 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 57 (2): 231-57
  • Elisabeth Tveito Johnsen
  • Kristine Elboe Johansen
2342-7256
Pilgrimage as a reproduction of sacred landscape in Finnish Karelia and the Russian border zone 2020 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 56 (1): 7-31
  • Teemut T. Manstinen
2342-7256
Finnish Muslims’ journey from an invisible minority to public partnerships 2020 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 56 (1): 33-51
  • Tuomas Martikainen
2342-7256
Nowhere and everywhere: everyday religion in the intergenerational transmission of craft making 2020 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 56 (1): 53-74
  • Riikka Myllys
2342-7256
Ricœur’s historical intentionality and the great goddess Freyja: some problems in the phenomenology of religion and interpretations in the study of religions 2020 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 56 (1): 75-94
  • Ane Faugstad Aaro
2342-7256
Religious governmentality: the case of Hizb ut-Tahrir 2020 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 56 (1): 95-117
  • Dietrich Jung
  • Kirstine Ainclair
2342-7256
Theory in the interstices: queering and transing religious studies, religioning trans and queer studies 2020 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 56 (1): 119-46
  • Melissa M. Wilcox
2342-7256
Knowing, being, and doing religion: introducing an analytical model for researching vernacular religion 2020 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 56 (2): 171-99
  • Mercédesz Czimbalmos
  • Ruth Illman
2342-7256
Religious affects and female subjects in the altar pieces of the Finnish artist Alexandra Frosterus-Såltin: a case study of the Jepua Altarpiece ‘Christ Appearing to Mary Magdalene’ (1906) 2020 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 56 (2): 201-26
  • Ringa Takanen
2342-7256
Negotiating religion: cultural representations of conservative Protestant women and girls in Northern and Western Europe 2020 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 56 (2): 227-49
  • Nella Van den Brandt
  • Sandra Wallenius-Korkalo
2342-7256
A prophet has no honour in the prophet’s own country’: how Russian is Russian Evangelicalism? 2020 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 56 (2): 251-68
  • Igor Mikeshin
2342-7256
Archaeology and Celtic myth: some points of comparison and convergence 2019 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 55 (1): 9-28
  • Jonathan M. Wooding
2342-7256
The materiality of myth: divine objects in Norse mythology 2019 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 55 (1): 29-53
  • Sara Ann Knutson
2342-7256
Honey and poison: reframing the pagan past at «™gvaldsnes and elsewhere 2019 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 55 (1): 55-74
  • Jonas Wellendorf
2342-7256
Was Guðmundr á Glasisv«ęllum Irish? 2019 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 55 (1): 75-95
  • Felix Lummer
2342-7256
The Dagda, Thor and ATU 1148B: analogues, parallels, or correspondences? 2019 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 55 (1): 97-120
  • John Shaw
2342-7256
Thor’s return of the Giant Geirrod’s red-hot missile seen in a cosmic context 2019 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 55 (1): 121-36
  • Emily Lyle
2342-7256
Pagans, Nazis, Gaels, and the Algiz Rune: addressing questions of historical inaccuracy, cultural appropriation, and the arguable use of hate symbols at the Festivals of Edinburgh’s Beltane Fire Society 2019 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 55 (1): 137-55
  • Adam Dahmer
2342-7256
Studying religion in Nordic newspapers: an introduction 2019 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 55 (2): 175-99
  • Teemu Taira
2342-7256
Continuity with the past and uncertainty for the future: religion in Danish newspapers 1750-2018 2019 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 55 (2): 201-24
  • Henrik Reintoft Christensen
2342-7256
From Lutheran dominance to diversity religion in Finnish newspapers 1946–2018 2019 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 55 (2): 225-47
  • Teemu Taira
2342-7256
Conflictual diversity and contested cultural heritage: newspaper coverage of religion in Norway 1938-2018 2019 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 55 (2): 249-70
  • Knut Lundby
2342-7256