Pauliina is very excited to join the editorial board of Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education. Thanks for the invitation to the editors in chief Kenneth J. Varner & David Lee Carlson. And now, everyone – here’s your chance to send compelling and controversial manuscripts our way. Go on, explore the limits of academia.… Read More DISCUSSING: Taboo, now with Pauliina!
Tim Ingold held a lecture on humans and animals at the University of Lapland in Finland on Wednesday (March 15th). The lecture was the first of three that he will deliver as a visiting professor, as part of two courses: Northern Cultural Studies and Perception, and Interpretation, and Representation of Environment, coordinated by Professor Jarno… Read More DISCUSSING: Tim Ingold on conversations without (human) speech
Maija gave a lecture in the Agora at the University of Helsinki about implicit factors limiting teachers’autonomy and freedom in Finland. See in Finnish in Agora website: http://blogs.helsinki.fi/agora-sje/
In MOODI 2016 event in Helsinki October 6th, Maija Lanas lectured about youth at the margins at the center of their lives. A version of the lecture was published in the website in Finnish. check it out: http://www.koordinaatti.fi/fi/puheenvuoro/nuoret-reunalla
16-17, August 2016, our SAND fellows – Ayako Shimada, Anna Vladimirova and Virpi Mettiäinen (fmr. Timonen) – visited the “Possibilities of ‘data’ in social research” seminar held at the University of Tampere. There were 42 scholars from different universities across Finland and the world attending this seminar not to mention many more people visiting the… Read More DISCUSSING SCIENCE: To say that many were puzzled is not to say anything – data seminar at Tampere
Riikka, Tuure, Pauliina and Kristiina participated in the 7th Conference on Childhood Studies, organised at the University of Turku, June 6th-8th (http://www.childhood2016.fi). The presentations by SAND members included: Riikka Hohti, Minna Ruckenstein & Katarina Stenberg. ‘Put your mobile phones away, please’ – a nomadic study on child-digital device-assemblages in classroom. Pauliina Rautio, Riikka Hohti, Tuure… Read More DISCUSSING SCIENCE: Mobile phones, animals, politics and photos
Pauliina attended the annual meeting of the Finnish Society for Human–Animal Studies held in Joensuu on April 25th-26th. The two days were filled with high quality presentations of ongoing human–animal research in Finland. The diverse disciplines or hybrid disciplinary identities included history, literature, philosophy, economy and education to mention but a few. Animals thus mattered in a… Read More DISCUSSING SCIENCE: Animals Mattered in Joensuu