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Jari Eilola

Senior Research Fellow
University of Jyväskylä

E-mail: jari.eilola[at]jyu.fi

Research Interests

Early modern conceptions of illness, health and healing in Finland.

Selected Publications

Eilola, Jari, "Peukalot silkkirievussa. Ruumis ja ruumiinjäsenet noituudessa ja taikuudessa". In Jari Eilola (ed.) Makaaberi ruumis. Mielikuvia kuolemasta ja kehosta (SKS, Helsinki 2009).

Eilola, Jari, "Lapsitodistajien kertomukset Ruotsin noitatapauksissa 1668–1676". Kasvatus ja aika, Vol. 3 (3) 2009, s. 27–45.

Eilola, Jari, "Moral Transgression and Illness in the Early Modern North". Asclepio. Revista de Historia de la Medicina y de la Ciencia, Vol. 61 (1) 2009, pp. 219–242.

Eilola, Jari, "Gossip, Social Knowledge, and the Process of Social Stigmatisation". Teoksessa Petri Karonen (ed.) Hopes and Fears for Future in early Modern Sweden, 1500–1800 (SKS, Helsinki 2009).

Eilola, Jari, Rajapinnoilla. Sallitun ja kielletyn määritteleminen 1600-luvun jälkipuoliskon noituus- ja taikuustapauksissa (SKS, Helsinki 2003).

 

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