07.11.2017

Programme

Wednesday 8.11.  

16.00–19.00 Doctoral Training workshop,  S203 (Seminarium)

The doctoral training workshop allows participants to discuss politics of the past in the context of their doctoral research. The main aim of the workshop is to discuss the papers for creating new ideas and perspectives related to uses of the past. The workshop also offers a possibility for networking with your fellow candidates as well as post-doctoral and senior scholars who perform as commentators of the papers. 

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Thursday 9.11. 

Full working group timetable.

Book of abstracts (alphabetical)

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8.30–9.15 Registration (Seminarium)

9.159.30 Opening words, S212 (Seminarium)

9.30–12.00 Keynote lectures, S212 (Seminarium)

"Outsider, Bystander, Insider. Sweden, the Second World War and Uses of the Past"

Ulf Zander, Lund University

Commentator: Antero Holmila, University of Jyväskylä

"Hidden within Threads of Memory: Trauma and Baltic Women's Remembrance of Soviet Repressions" 

Leena Kurvet-Käosaar, University of Tartu

Commentator: Sari Pöyhönen, University of Jyväskylä

12.00–13.00 Lunch (Tilia, T-building)

13.00–15.00 Working groups, session 1. 

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15.00–15.30 Coffee break (Seminarium)

15.30–17.30 Working groups, session 2. 

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19.00 Evening programme and conference dinner, Aalto museum, Alvar Aallon katu 7

Friday 10.11. 

10.00–12.00  Working groups, session 3. 

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12.00–13.30 Lunch (Tilia, T-building)

13.30–15.00 Working groups, session 4. 

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15.00–15.30 Coffee Break (Seminarium)

15.30–17.00 Panel, H320 (Historica)

"Narratives of Difficult Pasts in Contemporary Culture"

Global history is filled with tragic incidents that are remembered and dealt with in diverse – and often competing – cultural narratives. This interdisciplinary panel discusses how difficult pasts are given meanings in narrative practices in contemporary culture. The discussion focuses on narrativity of memory; narrative structures of narrating difficult pasts; ethics and aesthetics of these narratives; their pedagogical potentials and challenges; and power relations, politics and identity projects included in them."

Chair: Tuuli Lähdesmäki, University of Jyväskylä

Saija Kaskinen, University of Eastern Finland

Jan Löfström, University of Helsinki

Kuisma Korhonen, University of Oulu

17.00–17.15 Closing