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Robin Dunbar, Andreas Winkler etc

Iconoclasm: rejecting the past

  • ISBN: 9789189425910
  • Published: 2024-02-29
  • Graphic design: Patric Leo
  • Illustrated. 240 pages.

Editor in chief

Elias Lindén

Editor in chief

Authors

Adam Cwejman is a Political editor for Gothenburg-Post's editorial pages, author of books on the theme of identity politics, the woke movement and contemporary anti-racism, columnist and former liberal politician.

Andreas Winkler completed his doctorate in 2011, is a researcher in Egyptology and works at Freie Universität Berlin (Department for the History of Knowledge in the Ancient World).

Ingrid Dunér is a PhD student in history of science and ideas at Lund University, Sweden.

James Simpson is Donald P. and Katherine B. Loker Research Professor of English at Harvard University.

Jesper Huor lives in Stockholm. He is a writer, documentary-maker and journalist with a background in art schools and studies in the humanities. He holds degrees from the Stockholm School of Journalism and the Swedish Institute of Dramatic Art.

Joel Halldorf is a senior lecturer in church history at the Stockholm University of Theology, where he also runs the Kyrka i samtid research centre.

Malise Ruthven is a former scriptwriter for the BBC World Service.

Marie Daouda teaches French language and literature at Oriel College, Oxford.

Michael Freeden is Emeritus Professor of Politics at the University of Oxford.

Natalie Lantz PhD is a researcher in the field of Hebrew Bible Studies. Her research focuses on Jewish temple architecture and mystical traditions throughout the Jewish civilisations.

Nathan Shachar studied Arabic, philosophy and Spanish history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Per-Arne Bodin is Professor of Slavic Languages at the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Stockholm University.

Peter Jackson Rova is a professor in the History of Religions at Stockholm University, Sweden.

Robin Dunbar MA PhD DSc(Hon) FRAI FBA is Emeritus Professor of Evolutionary Psychology at the University of Oxford, an Emeritus Fellow of Magdalen College, and an elected Fellow of the British Academy, the Royal Anthropological Institute, the Finnish Academy of Science & Letters and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Svante Nordin is Professor of the History of Ideas at Lund University.

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