How are questions of girlhood, remembering, art and embodiment explored in different works by female artists? What kinds of stories about girlhood and (young) femininity are told in popular music, theatre, literature and dance? And how do these stories carry embodied meanings and memories about growing up as a girl?
For example these questions will be examined by artists and scholars in this symposium at the School of History, Culture and Art at the University of Turku. See the updated programme below.
If you wish to attend the symposium, please remember to register via the following link
Selma organizes this symposium in co-operation with the Department of Cultural History , Finnish Youth Research Society/Finnish Youth Research Network, FlickForsk! Nordic Network for Girlhood Studies and International Institute for Popular Culture (IIPC).
In case of any questions, please contact Heta Mulari at heta.mulari(at)utu.fi
The symposium will be followed by a gig by Anna Järvinen (with Tapio Viitasaari) at Dynamo in Turku (Linnankatu 7). Other artist of the evening will be Kimi Kärki (with Anna-Elena Pääkkölä). Here you can join the event and buy tickets!