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Dr Saija Isomaa works as Professor of Finnish Literature at the University of Tampere. She specialises in genre theory, theories of intertextuality and literary history, her special interest being the migration and speciation of genres and literary currents in European literatures. She is currently working on collective emotions in literature with a focus on dystopian fiction.

Dr Maria Laakso is a University Lecturer in Finnish Literature at the University of Tampere, Finland. Her doctoral dissertation (2014) examined the relationship between literary humour and audience structures in Finnish children’s novels using the various tools of literary criticism and interdisciplinary humour studies. Laakso has published widely on contemporary Finnish literature. She is co-editor of the ecocritical anthology Tapion tarhoista turkistarhoille. Luonto suomalaisessa lasten- ja nuortenkirjallisuudessa (2011; From the Farms of Tapio to the Fur Farms: Nature in Finnish Children’s Literature). Her current research interests include dystopia in war fiction, economic dystopias and dystopian tendencies in contemporary Finnish fiction and Finnish young adult literature.

Toni Lahtinen, PhD is a University Instructor at the University of Tampere, Finland. His doctoral dissertation (2013) dealt with ecocriticism and the metaphor of the land as a woman in representations of the Arctic wilderness. Lahtinen has published several ecocritical articles on Finnish literature and is also the editor of several publications, including the first Finnish ecocritical anthologies. He is currently engaged in postdoctoral research on the depictions of environmental risks, catastrophes and myths in contemporary Finnish literature. Lahtinen is also the presiding chairman of the Finnish Literary Research Society.

Juha Raipola, PhD is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Tampere, Finland. His doctoral dissertation (2015) examined the relationship between non-human agency, uncertainty and literary narrative in the works of Leena Krohn. His current research focuses on the intersections of material ecocriticism and dystopias in Finnish literature.

Hanna Samola, PhD works as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Tampere. Her doctoral dissertation (2016) examined the combination of dystopia and fairy tale in contemporary Finnish literature. Samola has published articles on totalitarian and feminist dystopias, and the generic combinations of dystopias with other genres. Her current research interests include fairy tale and dystopian studies, myths, folklore, and genre studies.

 
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