Please follow these instructions to subscribe to the calendar in Outlook on Windows:
- Copy the calendar link.
- Switch to the calendar view in Outlook.
- Right click My calendars (or Other calendars), select Add calendar, select From Internet.
- In the dialog that pops up, paste the calendar link.
- Approve the subscription.
The calendar is now available in Outlook. Check the checkbox besides the new calendar to view it.
For Safari on Mac, read these instructions.
In other calendar applications, copy the link and then follow the appropriate procedure.
Existential meaning-making in the midst of meaninglessness and suffering:
The overall aim of this qualitative study was to explore the function of religion and volunteer workers in religious organizations in contributing to the reconstruction and development of existential meaning and psychosocial well-being regarding the 2011 Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami.
From the Rise of the Sun in the East...To Where It Sets in the West: Jewish Migration in the Medieval Period
Scholars believe that at the time of the rise of Islam in the 7th century, the vast majority of the world's Jewish population lived in Iraq (Babylonia), and that with Islamic conquest of North Africa and the opportunities that conquest provided for long-distance trade, a flood of Jews moved to the Islamic countries of the southern Mediterranean.
Challenges of the CRPD in the context of existing models of human rights - what exactly is the 'new paradigm'?
Vilken mening!?: En blandad metodstudie i religionspsykologi av meningsskapandets betydelse för skolungdomar
The purpose of the study was to explore the role of religion in the development of a meaning system among Swedish adolescents by examining the interactions of their: sense of coherence (SOC), identity process (U-MICS), moral development (SRM-SF), and views on existential and religious questions.
A Failed Utopia: Yiddish Nationalism
Israel Bartal is Professor Emeritus of Jewish History, and the former Dean of the Faculty of
Humanities at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2006-2010).