Upcoming Events

Fall 2020

CULTURAL MEMORY AND SOCIAL CHANGE
ZOOM WEBINAR SERIES

28 October, 14–15

EDUCATION, MEDIA AND POLITICS IN THE MAKING OF SOCIAL MEANINGS

https://utu.zoom.us/j/64519151314

  • Juho Ruotsalainen, Doctoral Candidate, Finland Futures Research Centre (FFRC): ‘Pioneer journalists and social imaginaries – what futures for journalism?’
  • Tiago Queimada e Silva, Doctoral Candidate, Cultural History and European and World History: ‘The “Good Noblemen Who Conquered the Kingdom”: Islam and Aristocratic Political Legitimation in Medieval Portuguese Historiography’

11 November, 14–15

ARTS AND POPULAR CULTURE AS CONSTRUCTORS AND CHALLENGERS OF CULTURAL MEMORY

https://utu.zoom.us/j/64867080391

  • Raita Merivirta, Postdoctoral Researcher, Cultural History and European and World History: ‘Cultural Memory and Counter-Memory in Indian English Literature’
  • Lotta Kähkönen, University Teacher, Gender Studies: ‘Embodied Experieces of Art Making Art: Narrative Reflections by Transgender Artists’

25 November, 14–15

CULTURAL MEMORY AND PROCESSES OF SOCIAL CHANGE IN RELATION TO INEQUALITY AND MULTUCULTURALISM

https://utu.zoom.us/j/69591583988

  • Päivi Rannila, University Lecturer, Geography: ‘Urban inequality: the uses and orders of urban public spaces’
  • Anna-Maria Isola, Senior Researcher, Social Work: ‘Family narratives behind intergenerational disadvantages and advantages’

9 December, 14–15

CULTURE, HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

https://utu.zoom.us/j/63533757120

  • Katriina Siivonen, University Lecturer, Finland Futures Research Centre (FFRC): ‘Cultural Sustainability as a Transformative Power’
  • Avril Tynan, Postdoctoral Researcher, TIAS: ‘Dementia Diagnosis and Narrative Ethics: The Case of the Metaphysical Detective Novel’