Evelin Gerda Lindner

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Visiting address Forskningsveien 3A Harald Schjelderups hus 0373 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1094 Blindern 0317 Oslo
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Academic interests

  • Cultural and Community Psychology

  • Social Psychology

  • Clinical psychology

  • Intergroup relations and intergroup conflict

  • Social identity

  • Identity policies and nationalism

  • Political leadership

  • Framing

  • Qualitative methodology

  • Trans-cultural and trans-disciplinary studies

  • Global studies

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Courses taught

PSY4506 - Human Rights, Democracy and Reconstruction after Conflict; A community based approach

Background

Evelin Lindner has a double education as a psychologist (1978) and a medical doctor (1984). Her doctoral dissertation in medicine (1994) at the University of Hamburg in Germany was a cross-cultural exploration in the field of quality-of-life studies, based on her experience as a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist in Cairo, Egypt (1984–1991).

In her doctoral dissertation in social psychology (2001) at the Department of Psychology of the University of Oslo, she studied the relevance of the dynamics of humiliation for war and genocide. Case studies were Rwanda and Somalia, with Nazi Germany as background reference. From this dissertation, the transdisciplinary academic field of humiliation studies evolved, called Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS, www.humiliationstudies.org). Evelin Lindner develops this field since 2001 academically through her own research and publishing related to dignity, honour, and humiliation, and by convening a global network of interested academics and practitioners.

In her writing, she attempts to understand the core messages of various academic fields and then bring these messages together and reconstruct them from the perspective of dignity and humiliation. So far, she has done this with war, genocide, and terrorism (2000, 2017), international conflict (2006 and 2009, translated into Chinese in 2019), gender and security (2010), and economics (2012, translated into Brazilian-Portuguese in 2016).

See a full biography at www.humiliationstudies.org

Awards

Appointments/ Positions held

Tags: Cultural and Community Psychology, Social Psychology, Clinical psychology

Publications

Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2022) From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Global Solidarity. Foreword by Howard Richards. World Dignity University Press. ISBN 978-1-952292-00-2. 1016 p.

Summary: The book From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Global Solidarity is unique in that it widens the concept of academic work by combining what usually is separate, namely, scholarly work and lived experience. The book came into being in the course of the author’s many decades of working with dignity in all parts of the world.
In the face of global crises, the book takes a step back to evaluate humanity’s situation in its larger historical context, and, equipped with the insights from this evaluation, makes suggestions for a roadmap into a future of global dignity in solidarity.

Richards, Howard, Evelin Gerda Lindner, and Catherine Odora Hoppers (2018). Following Foucault: The Trail of the Fox. AFRICAN SUN MeDIA. ISBN 978-1-928357-62-9. 277 p.

Summary: Lectures by Howard Richards with dialogues among Evelin Lindner, Howard Richards, and Catherine Odora Hoppers. Foreword by Crain Soudien (CEO of the Human Sciences Research Council of South Africa) and an Introduction by Magnus Haavelsrud. See a review by Lance Wheatley (2019). "Following Foucault: the trail of the fox." In Journal of Critical Realism, 1–6, doi: 10.1080/14767430.2019.1614804.

Hartling, Linda Margaret, and Evelin Gerda Lindner (2017). “Toward a Globally Informed Psychology of Humiliation: Comment on McCauley.” In American Psychologist, 72 (7), 705–06. doi: 10.1037/amp0000188.

Response to: McCauley, Clark (2017). "Toward a Psychology of Humiliation in Asymmetric Conflict." In American Psychologist, 72 (3, Special Issue: Psychology of Terrorism), 255–65. doi: 10.1037/amp0000063.

Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2017). Honor, Humiliation, and Terror: An Explosive Mix – And How We Can Defuse It with Dignity. World Dignity University Press. ISBN 978-1-937570-97-2. 860 p.

Summary: Humankind has reached a boiling point. Violence, hatred, and terror have become deeply entangled with honor, heroism, glory, loyalty, and love. Over the past five percent of modern human history on planet Earth, roughly the past ten millennia, human activity has reached a crescendo of rapid and ruthless competition for domination, a fight for power over people and the planet, where "might" has become "right." Within this context, a dangerous culture of honor has evolved, in which destruction is mercilessly merged with love: “It is my duty, if I love my people, to heroically destroy our enemies and secure all resources for us,” underwritten by an ominous motto: "If you want peace, prepare for war." Humanity has haphazardly constructed an entire world-system on top of this merger, holding the whole world hostage through never-ending cycles of domination and humiliation. The consequence, today, is the ubiquitous destruction of human and environmental life on this planet. Terror and terrorism are the tools of a twisted honor system that should alert us to the mounting danger while we still have a window of opportunity for change. With this book, the author encourages us to recognize the immense historic opportunity that is open to us in the wake of these dangerous times. Drawing on 40 years of research gathered on her personal path of living globally, she calls us to action in service of restoring and replenishing the health of human arrangements of relationships, emphasizing the lifesaving necessity of mutually dignifying cooperation. When we overcome the legacy of honor and terror together, in mutual respect, we can address the social and environmental crises of our time and the terror these developments foment. This book is a breathtaking, globally informed account of how humanity can reverse the rising tide of terror, making dignity our destiny and legacy… before it is too late.

Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2012). A Dignity Economy: Creating an Economy that Serves Human Dignity and Preserves Our Planet. World Dignity University Press. ISBN: 978-1-937570-03-3. 429 p.

Summary: Economic crises have many labels, ranging from "subprime crisis" to "credit crunch," to "financial tsunami" or "economic Armageddon." Around the world, people are coming to a single diagnosis: "Something is deeply unhealthy in our world." This book advocates a deep paradigm shift, not just from one rigid paradigm to another rigid paradigm, but away from rigidity altogether. Away from massive institutions toward a global movement that is co-created by people and their enthusiastic energy. We need a dignity revolution, and not just in Tunisia or Egypt. Now we need a global dignity revolution, a world dignity movement, a movement that creates inclusion, both locally and globally.

Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2016). Por uma Economia Digna (A Dignity Economy). Translated by & Fatiha Parahyba. Editora da Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. eISBN 978-1-937570-04-0. 375 p.

Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2010). Gender, Humiliation, and Global Security: Dignifying Relationships from Love, Sex, and Parenthood to World Affairs. Foreword by Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Praeger, ABC-CLIO. ISBN: 0-313-35485-5. 305 p.

This book was “highly recommended” by Choice in July 2010 (Choice is a publication of the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACR), a division of the American Library Association). See www.abc-clio.com/products/c8030c/:
In this far-ranging, sometimes brilliant book, Lindner (Columbia Univ. and Oslo Univ.) studies the social and political ramifications of human violations and world crises related to humiliation, defined as the enforced lowering of a person or group, a process of subjugation that harms or removes the dignity, pride, and honour of the other. A ‘transdisciplinary social scientist’, the author charts how humiliation — and its antidote, love — are conditioned by large-scale, systemic social forces such as globalization. The force of this book resides in its construction of a compelling, compassionate alternative to the psychological effects of humiliation on gender and sexual relations, parenthood, and leadership. For Lindner, this alternative is not only love but also its psychological correlate, humility, both of which can become the basis of the social, political, and cultural change necessary to reform the harmful global tendency toward humiliation. Lindner’s philosophy is avowedly non-dualist and rooted in ancient Eastern wisdom. A powerful follow up to her Making enemies: Humiliation and international conflict (CH, Mar’07, 44-4114), this book appears in the ‘Contemporary Psychology’ series; it will be indispensable for psychologists, humanists, and political scientists and invaluable to policy makers. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduates through faculty and professionals. — M. Uebel, University of Texas.

Summary: Gender, Humiliation, and Global Security: Dignifying Relationships from Love, Sex, and Parenthood to World Affairs aims at outlining the kind of change that needs to be made if we wish to create a less crisis-prone world. This audacious work describes a vision for an alternative future, showing how new approaches to love can dignify gender relations, sex, parenthood, and leadership, and how they can guide us to a world where all citizens can live dignified lives.

Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2009). Emotion and Conflict: How Human Rights Can Dignify Emotion and Help Us Wage Good Conflict. Praeger. ISBN: 978-0-313-37237-7. 267 p.

Summary: This is a book about dignity and how realizing its promise can help improve the human condition at all levels – from micro to meso to macro levels. The book uses a broad historical lens that captures all of human history, from its hunter-gatherer origins to the promise of a globally united knowledge society in the future. It emphasizes the need to recognize and leave behind malign cultural, social, and psychological effects of the past. The book calls upon the world community, academics and lay people alike, to own up to the opportunities offered by increasing global interdependence.

Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2006). Making Enemies: Humiliation and International Conflict. Foreword by Morton Deutsch, Praeger Security International, Greenwood. ISBN 978-027599109-8. 248 p.

This book was honored as one of the best 500 academic publications of the year in the U.S.A. in 2007, recognized as “Outstanding Academic Title” by the journal Choice, characterized as a path-breaking book. See www.abc-clio.com/products/D2598C/:
This volume is a path-breaking work that skillfully explores the deeper intricacies between war and peacemaking from a social psychological lens. Lindner cogently argues that there is a strong relationship between humiliation and international conflict. She defines humiliation as "enforced lowering of a person or group, a process of subjugation that damages or strips away pride, honor or dignity." The analysis focuses on the humiliating effects of words and actions, and those related to incidents of violent conflicts. Specific incidents of humiliation discussed include the humiliation of the Hutu by a dominant Tutsi minority, which resulted in the 1994 Rwandan genocide; Germany's humiliating defeat in WW I made worse by the harsh terms of the Treaty of Versailles; and the placing of an American flag on a statue of Saddam Hussein after the 2003 US invasion of Iraq. In particular, the author concludes her very original work by arguing that in order to avoid the destructive effects of humiliation, it would be necessary to "marry globalization with egalization--equal dignity." The implication is that globalization, in its current form, is humiliating to many in the world. Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduates and above. – Dr. Earl Conteh-Morgan, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL 33620

Summary: When the statue of Saddam Hussein fell and Iraqis danced on the body, hitting it with their shoes, there was joy. Moments later, when an American soldier climbed the statue to place an American flag on the face, there was a national gasp, a moment of humiliation for the Iraqis. Americans had claimed to be liberating them, but the placing of the American flag was a sign of conquest. The flag was quickly removed and replaced with an Iraqi flag, but those tense moments were a brief example of the power and potentially far-reaching, volatile effects of humiliating acts, even when unintentional.

Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). 树敌 : 侮辱与国际冲突 (Making Enemies: Humiliation and International Conflict). Translated by Lanzhi Liu. Foreign Languages Publishing Press. ISBN 978-7-119-11799-7. 258 p.

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  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Global Solidarity – The Corona Pandemic as Oppportunity in the Midst of Suffering. InterViews: An Interdisciplinary Journal in Social Sciences. ISSN 2349-400X. 7(1). doi: 10.36061/IV.7.1.20.30.50.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Hartling, Linda Margaret (2018). Can Systemic Humiliation Be Transformed into Systemic Dignity? In Rothbart, Daniel (Eds.), Systemic Humiliation in America: Finding Dignity within Systems of Degradation. Palgrave Macmillan. ISSN 978-3-319-70678-8. p. 19–51. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-70679-5_2.

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  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2022). From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Global Solidarity. World Dignity University Press. ISBN 978-1-952292-00-2. 1016 p.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Liu, Lanzhi (2019). 树敌 : 侮辱与国际冲突 (Making Enemies: Humiliation and International Conflict). Foreign Languages Publishing Press. ISBN 978-7-119-11799-7. 258 p.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda; Richards, Howard & Odora Hoppers, Catherine (2018). Following Foucault: The Trail of the Fox. AFRICAN SUN MeDIA. ISBN 978-1-928357-62-9. 277 p.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2017). Honor, Humiliation, and Terror An Explosive Mix – And How We Can Defuse It with Dignity. World Dignity University Press. ISBN 978-1-937570-97-2. 860 p.

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  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2022). Support in preparation to 'Unity in Humanity? Where Two Hands Meet'.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Hartling, Linda Margaret (2022). Human Dignity and Humiliation Dialogue: An Interdisciplinary Seminar .
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2022). How Female is Diplomacy?
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda; Hartling, Linda Margaret & Spencer, Metta (2022). Linda Hartling and Evelin Lindner on Metta Spencer's Talk Show, Episode 473. [Internet]. Metta Spencer's Talk Show.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2022). Colloquium: From Humiliation to Dignity: Research since 1997 at the Department of Psychology.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda; Hartling, Linda Margaret & Smaldino, Carol (2022). The Human Climate: Carol Smaldino with Guest Evelin Lindner and Linda Hartling. [Internet]. Carol Smaldino’s The Human Climate.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2022). Humiliation and Dignity, Focusing on Rwanda.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2022). A Global Life Design: Reflections and a Chronological Description. Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2021). Humiliation and Dignity, Focusing on Rwanda.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2021). The History of the World Dignity University Idea.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2021). Stop Sociocide! Stop the Wearing Down of Our Sociosphere!
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2021). From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Global Solidarity.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Mieres, Rocío (2021). From humiliation to dignity: For a Future of Global Solidarity – The Coronavirus Pandemic as Opportunity in the Midst of Suffering. Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2021). From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Responsible Global Solidarity.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2021). Offene Gesprächsrunde mit der Konfliktforscherin Evelin Lindner (Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies).
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2021). Can Human Solidarity Globalize?
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2021). International Women’s Day on 8th March 2021: Reflections. Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2021). Sexual Abuse of Children in the Context of Dignity and Humiliation.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Hartling, Linda Margaret (2020). Message to the World from Linda Hartling and Evelin Lindner.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Global Solidarity — From a Virus Pandemic to a Pandemic of Dignity: How Can We Escape Complicity with Institutionalized Humiliation?
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Global Solidarity — Narratives in Times of Radical Transformation.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). Heart-Talk on Transformation.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). Message to the World (English, German/deutsch, Norwegian/norsk, French/français), 23 October 2020.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Global Solidarity.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Hartling, Linda Margaret (2020). Human Dignity and Humiliation Dialogue.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). Humiliation to Dignity: Future of Global Solidarity: IANS Interview with Evelin Lindner after the E-Conclave with Sri Sathya Sai Vidya Vihar in Indore, India. Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). Der brennende Regenwald – und was wir damit zu tun haben.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). On Dignity and Humiliation: The Case of the Amazon Rainforest.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation: The Case of Rwanda.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). Nach Corona: Ein neues Miteinander! Vergiftetes Klima: Hass und Umweltzerstörung, Demütigung und Terror, eine explosive Mischung – und wie wir sie mit Würde entschärfen können.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). Humiliation to Dignity: Future of Global Solidarity.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). Dignity Now — Forum Contribution to "After the Pandemic: Which Future?".
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Global Solidarity — The Coronavirus Pandemic as Opportunity in the Midst of Suffering.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). From humiliation to dignity: For a future of global solidarity – The Corona pandemic as oppportunity in the midst of suffering. TRANSCEND Media Service. May.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda; Hartling, Linda Margaret; Duffey, Thelma & Haberstroh, Shane (2020). Raising Our Resilience in Times of Risk. In Duffey, Thelma & Haberstroh, Shane (Ed.), Crisis and Trauma Counseling: Strategies for Effective Practice. The American Counseling Association (ACA). ISSN 9781556203770. p. 313–329.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Geckler, Georg-Wilhelm (2020). Von der Demütigung zur Würde: Für eine Zukunft der globalen Solidarität – Die Coronavirus-Pandemie als Chance in der Not. Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Global Solidarity – The Coronavirus Pandemic as Opportunity in the Midst of Suffering. Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2020). Reflections on A Great Ethics Transition: The Earth Charter At Twenty.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). Human Nature and Dignity: If We Continue to Believe in the Evilness of Human Nature, We May Be Doomed. Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). Bringing Dignity to Globalisation: A Psychologist’s Personal Experience as a Global Citizen - Evelin Lindner’s Global Life. Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). Interview mit Einwohnern von Esperde bei Hameln, in Niedersachsen. [Internet]. Esperde, Niedersachen.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda; Overbeck, Stefanie & Wymore, Mel (2019). Poly Money Podcast with Mel Wymore, Stefanie Overbeck and Riley Paul. [Internet]. New York City, United States of America.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Saab, Gabriela (2019). Can We Teach Dignity? Lessons from the People of the Amazon.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). A Summary of Evelin Lindner's Impressions During the 2019 Dignity Conference in the Amazon.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda; Baron, Dan; Saab, Gabriela; Campos, Célia & Campos, Sandro (2019). Interview with Dan Baron, Gaby Saab, and Evelin Lindner in Radio Correio 92.1 in Marabá. [Radio]. Marabá.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). Evelin Lindner on Combú Island, Amazonian State of Pará, Brasil.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). The Amazon Day at the Parliament of Pará State in Belém: Deputado Dirceu Ten Caten invited Evelin Lindner.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). Encontre e conecte! Please Meet and Connect!
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). The World Dignity University Initiative in Vila Praia Alta.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). Circle of Love Gifts in Marabá, Amazonian State of Pará, Brasil.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Baron, Dan (2019). Evelin Lindner's Message to the City Council of Marabá, Amazonian State of Pará, Brasil.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). Für ein neues Miteinander.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Hall, Will (2019). Dignity and Humiliation. [Internet]. United States of America.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation: The Case of Rwanda.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). On Dignity and Humiliation.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2019). Om menneskeverd of ydmykelsens psykologi.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Greetings from the Dignity Conference in Egypt.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Effekten av ydmykelser.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Ære, ydmykelse og terror.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Global Solidarity.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). How Does a Dignified Future Look Like?
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Invitation to the 2018 Conference ‘Strategies for a Sustainable Future’ in Cairo, Egypt.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation: The Case of Rwanda.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). On Dignity and Humiliation.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Humiliation, and How We Can Overcome It.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Brief Introduction into Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies: An Introduction in Dialogue with Ekaterina Trunova.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). From Humiliation to Dignity: For a Future of Global Solidarity.
  • Gerson, Janet & Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). A review essay of Lindner, Evelin (2017), Honor, humiliation, and terror: An explosive mix – and how we can defuse it with dignity. In Factis Pax: Journal of Peace Education and Social Justice. ISSN 2578-6857. 12(2), p. 154–164.
  • Short, James Daniel; Vambheim, Nils Vidar & Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Advancing Strategic Institutional Cooperation to Promote Learning for Peace: The Peace Studies Programme at the Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø, February 2018 – Outcomes, Lessons Learned and Future Prospects. TOYOHOGAKU. ISSN 0564-0245. 62(1), p. 107–132.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Reflections after the 31st Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, in Cairo, Egypt, 21st - 24th September 2018. Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.
  • Gerson, Janet & Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Evelin Lindner’s Blue Planet Perspective for Transforming Humiliation and Terror. Global Campaign for Peace Education newsletter.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Honor, Humiliation, and Terror: An Explosive Mix – And How We Can Defuse It with Dignity: A Summary. InterViews: An Interdisciplinary Journal in Social Sciences. ISSN 2349-400X. 5(1), p. 65–73.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Video messages for the Indore World Summit 2018.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Reflections on Human Rights as the Frontier of Emancipation. Great Transition Initiative.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Perry, Philippa (2018). Humiliation. [Radio]. BBC 4.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Hartling, Linda Margaret (2018). Parkland: A Call for Dignity. Global Campaign for Peace Education.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2018). Global Turning Points: The Journey of Dignity and Humiliation from the Neolithic Revolution to 1757 and 1948 – Is There a Future of Dignity for Humankind? Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Eklund, Trine (2017). Løpeseddel om ydmykelse.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda; Hartling, Linda Margaret & Stark, Heather (2017). The Psychology of Humiliation. [Radio]. Blog Talk Radio "3 Women 3 Ways".
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2017). Honor, Humiliation, and Terror: Chipamong Chowdhury (known in the monastic communities as Bhante Revata) in Dialogue with Evelin Lindner About Her New Book.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2017). Honor, Humiliation, and Terror: Claudia Cohen in Dialogue with Evelin Lindner About Her New Book.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2017). What Is the Aim of Education? The Need to Educate in Dignity and for Dignity.
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda & Hartling, Linda Margaret (2017). Toward a Globally Informed Psychology of Humiliation: Comment on McCauley (2017). American Psychologist. ISSN 0003-066X. 72(7), p. 705–706. doi: 10.1037/amp0000188. Full text in Research Archive
  • Lindner, Evelin Gerda (2017). On the Nature of Dignity and Humiliation.

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