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The Finnish Centre of Excellence in Historical Research

Finland in Comparison II

Papers

1) Medieval and Early Modern Approaches

Sari Katajala-Peltomaa: Saints in Nordic History and Historiography.
Ulla Koskinen: Ystävät ja vieraat: suomalaiset, portugalilaiset, venäläiset ja Brasilian intiaanit toisiaan kohtaamassa.
Jason Lavery: Reformation and Social Change: Finland under Gustav Vasa (15231560).

2) Nordic Perspectives

Johanna Annola: Borrowed Ideas: Two Gentlemen and the Question of Organizing Poor Relief in Finland and Sweden 18801900.
Minna Harjula: Health Citizenship and Access to Health Services: Finland 19002000.
Anneli Lehtisalo: Defining the Friendly Other: The Public Reception of Finnish Films in Sweden: Two Case Studies.

3) Theories and Practices in Comparative History (English Session)

Bo Bengtsson & Hannu Ruonavaara: Comparative Process Tracing – Making Historical Comparison Focused.
Pasi Ihalainen: Democratisation and Parliamentarisation as Transnational Processes: the Finnish Parliament Debating the Constitution 191719.
Jani Marjanen: Conceptual History and the Nation: Remarks on Crossing Borders in the Past.

4) New Constructions of Social Stratification

Antti Häkkinen: Mobility of Farm Families: A Study of Occupational and Residential Mobility in Finland 17001900.
Tiina Miettinen: Suurvaltakauden Hälsingland ja Häme  Perheyhteisöt ja keskusvalta.
Alex Snellman: Kunniakas perääntyminen: aateli suomalaisessa yhteiskunnassa 18091939.

5) Gender and Violence

Anders Ahlbäck: Begone all Prussianism! Army Loathing, Democratization and Male Citizenship in the Nordic Countries, ca 18901940.
Olli Kleemola: Viholliskuvat kansallisten historioiden peilinä.
Olli Matikainen: Beyond Structure and Agency: The Case of Serious Finnish Violent Crime 19041913.

6) Huge Comparisons (English Session)

Christopher Lloyd: The Power of Geography? Landscape, Climate, and Periphery in the Making of Finnish and Australasian Historiography and Socio-Political-Economic History.
Darin Stephanov: Ruler Visibility, Modernity, and Ethnonationalism in the Late Ottoman and Russian Empires. Beginnings of a Finnish-Bulgarian Comparison.
Désirée Söderlund: How Can We Explain the Similarities Between Finnish Inheritance Law and French Inheritance Law?

7) Transnational Actors and Ideologies

Seija Jalagin: Transnational Nationality: Finnish Missionaries for Israel, 19481968.
Atina Nihtinen: Alli Trygg-Helenius (1852–1926) as Opinion Leader and as Recipient of Foreign Ideas and Influences.
Mikko Pollari: From Historical Comparisons Toward Histories of Entanglements: the Case of Early Finnish and Finnish-American Labor Movements and Theosophy.

8) Economic History

Matti Hannikainen & Jarmo Peltola: New estimates of the Finnish Unemployment during the Great Depression of the 1930s.
Sakari Heikkinen & Ilkka Nummela: Economic Growth in Finland and Sweden in 18001913: First Comparative Guesses.
Petri Karonen: Talouselämän toimijat Ruotsin ja Venäjän rajaseuduilla n. 17001810.
Jussi Koivuniemi: Tehdaspaikkakuntien Suomi.

9) Historiography From Below

Heikki Kokko: Modernin reunalla: Subjektikäsitys suomenkielisessä kansanomaisessa ajattelussa 18501860-luvuilla.
Pirjo Markkola & Konsta Kajander: Papit yhteisöissään. Pitäjän papistoa purkamassa, rakentamassa ja ihmettelemässä.
Tanja Vahtikari: Comparing Post-World War II Urban Engagement with the Past: Helsinki and Hamburg.

10) Finland and Ireland: Two Sides of the Coin (English Session)

Henrik Forsberg: Comparative History on 19th Century Famines: Ireland in the 1840/-50s and Finland in the 1860s.
Andrew Newby: "The Ireland of Russia"? Finland and Ireland in the Nineteenth Century.
Marjaana Niemi: New Visions, New Realities: Helsinki and Dublin after Independence.

 
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