Religious Minorities in the North

History, Politics, and Culture

Veröffentlicht von De Gruyter

Herausgegeben von: Jonathan Adams, Cordelia Heß und Christhard Hoffmann 

ISSN: 2627-440X e-ISSN 2627-4418


This Open Access series publishes monographs and collections on the history of religious minorities in all the Nordic countries and their former colonies from the arrival of Christianity to the modern day. Religious Minorities in the North takes a wide view of the history of religious minorities and their interactions with each other and the majority society. It promotes scholarship and creates new resources, including source editions, for the study of religious minorities in the North. The volumes encompass various disciplines including the fields of history, theology and history of religion as well as literary studies, political science, sociology, social anthropology, and linguistics. All volumes in the series are subject to two independent single blind peer reviews.


Editorial board:

  • Cora Alexa Døving, The Norwegian Center for Holocaust and Minority Studies, Oslo, Norway.
  • Stefanie von Schnurbein, Nordeuropa-Institut, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany.
  • Håkan Rydving, Department of Archaeology, History, Cultural Studies and Religion, University of Bergen, Norway.
  • Raisa Toivo, Faculty of Social Sciences, History, Philosophy and Literature, Tampere University, Finland.

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