The Ethnic and Religious Future of Europe


The Ethnic and Religious Future of Europe

Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis, Volume 28, 2018

Publisher: The Donner Institute for Research in Religious and Cultural History (April 5, 2018)

Editors: Björn Dahla, Ruth Illman, Peter Nynäs and Tuomas Martikainen

We are happy to announce the publication of: Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis Vol. 28 (2018) The current issue consists of articles based on presentations given at the conference with the same name arranged in Turku/Åbo, Finland in June, 2017.

Scripta is published by the Donner Institute in Åbo, Finland. Its purpose is to publish current research on religion and culture and to offer a platform for scholarly co-operation and debate within the field. The articles have been selected on the basis of peer-review.

Table of Contents

– The ethnic and religious future of Europe by Ruth Illman, peter nynäs, tuomas martikainen
– The demographic factors that make Islam the world’s fastest-growing major religious group by Conrad Hackett and Michael Lipka
– The NPW framework in future-oriented studies of cultural agency by Matti Kamppinen
– Legitimacy for some by Fredrik Portin
– Humanity and hospitality by René Dausner
– Islam’s increased visibility in the European public sphere by Didem Doganyilmaz Duman
– A critical discourse analysis of the media coverage of the migration crisis in Poland by Joanna Krotofil and Dominika Motak
 Reconsidering the modern nation state in the Anthropocene by Wardah Alkatiri
 From Yidishe khasene to civil marriage by Mercédesz Czimbalmos
 Income inequality and religion globally 1970–2050 by Jose Navarro and Vegard Skirbekk

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