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Per Anders Rudling, born 1974 in Karlstad, Sweden, MA in Russian language and literature at the University of Uppsala, Sweden. MA in Eastern European Jewish history, San Diego State University, CA, 2003, Ph.D. History, Dissertation (2009) The Battle Over Belarus: The Rise and Fall of the Belarusian National Movement 1906-1931, University of Alberta, Canada. 2010-2011, postdoctoral fellow at the Ernst-Mortiz-Arndt Universität Greifswald, from 2012 postdoctoral research fellow at Lund University, Sweden.

ARTICLES BY: Per Anders Rudling


January 31, 2012 12:58 pm
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The Waffen-SS as Freedom Fighters

Despised and ostracized, the Swedish community of Waffen-SS volunteers long gathered in secrecy on "The Day of the Fallen," for obscure ritualistic annual...

Culture

Finding ‘The Lost Book of Moses’

The Lost Book of Moses is an account of author Chanan Tigay’s exhaustive search for the whereabouts and authenticity of the...

TripAdvisor Ranks Eilat Hotel Best in Middle East, 25th Worldwide

A luxury hotel in the southern Israeli resort town of Eilat was ranked first in the region and 25th internationally by a...

Features

A Muslim Woman’s Fight Against Radical Islam

If there is a single question that defines the geo-politics of our age, it might be the question that Farhana Qazi has been...

International Jewish Youth Convention’s Delicate Balancing Act On Refugee Debate

JNS.org -- In an ever-polarized American era, nonprofits often need to decide how to make...

International Conference of Jewish Teens About Vision and Resolve

JNS.org -- My interview with Aaron Mantell and Danielle Wadler, two teens from New York’s Long Island region, was drowned out by...

Israel

Watchdog: Human Rights Watch ‘Deeply Implicated in BDS and Other Form...

Human Rights Watch (HRW) is “deeply implicated in BDS and other forms of political warfare” against the Jewish state, a...

Middle East

Iraqi Forces Enter ISIS-Held Mosul Neighborhood

Iraqi forces have entered a neighbourhood in West Mosul for the first time since launching an operation to retake it from so-called Islamic State (IS) five days ago. It comes a...

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