Books & Articles

The latest book A Humanitarian pastWhat Antiquity tried to suppress and we shouldn’t is about our early history, while re-examining our cultural heritage, seen through the eyes of archaeologists, anthropologists, mythologists and psychologists. How often today, do we uphold Ancient Greece as the cradle of our present day culture? This raises the question, how did they view their own history and past? Where do their tales of Greeks glorious heroic deeds come from and why? What did the Renaissance hand on to us, in re-telling these stories?  Central is how this impacts our lives today, and what studies in social behaviour have to say about how people view their past and how this influences their future conduct?


Books

2014 ‘Eva Moberg: A woman of peace’, (in preparation) in Eva Moberg.
2014 A Humanitarian Past: Antiquity’s impact on present social conditions, with a foreword by Riane Eisler.
2012 A Humanitarian pastWhat Antiquity tried to suppress and we shouldn’t (in preparation).
2006 Katarina Weinehall, Adele Änggård, Kata Blom, Birgitta Ekelund & Kerstin Finndahl, Räkna med Kostnader – en fallstudie om mäns våld mot kvinnor (Violence costs, a case study of men’s violence to women (my translation)). The Legal Department of Umeå University. Report 15, Umeå: 2006.
1993 Adele Änggård, ‘Soliman II: costumes and sets,’  in essays in Honor of Hans Åstrand, edited by Bertil H. Van Boer ,Jr. (1993) Gustav III and the Swedish Stage: Opera, Theatre, and other foibles, USA: the Edwin Mellen Press.

Articles

2014 ‘Civilised Humans . . .?’ and ‘Grandmothers of the future’ in the magazine Månväven (Moon web), for Vanasamfundet Moder Jord (the Vana community of Mother Earth), Linköping, Sweden.
2013 ‘Can we accept human limitations’? In the magazine Månväven (Moon web), for Vanasamfundet Moder Jord (the Vana community of Mother Earth), Linköping, Sweden.
2012 Three States of Reality in the magazine Månväven (Moon web) for Vanasamfundet Moder Jord (the Vana community  of Mother Earth), Linköping, Sweden.
2010 Old European figurines illuminate the past, in the magazin Månväven, (Moon web) for Vanasamfundet Moder Jord (the Vana community of Mother Earth), Linköping, Sweden.
2008 Carin Holmberg, Goldina Smirthwaite, Gudrun Schyman, Adele Änggård & Beverly Ann Bjerke Mammor görs till brottslingar (Mothers are made-out to be criminals (my translation)) Arbetaren 22/2008, Stockholm: Sweden
2008 Adele Änggård, The hidden costs of David and Anna’s untold story, in Safe, The domestic abuse quarterly, Winter 2008, Bristol: Women’s Aid Federation of England, (WAFE).