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Kuuliala, Jenni

Jenni Kuuliala

PhD

Researcher

Room: B 3046
Phone: 050 3313 929
e-Mail: jenni.kuuliala@uta.fi

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
  • Medieval hagiography
  • History of disability
  • Social history of medicine
  • Medieval folklore
PUBLICATIONS:

Books
  • Kuuliala, Jenni, Childhood Disability and Social Integration in the Middle Ages. Constructions of Impairments in Thirteenth- and Fourteenth-Century Canonization Processes, Studies in the History of Daily Life, 4 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2016, tulossa).
  • Krötzl, Christian, Mustakallio, Katariina and Kuuliala, Jenni (eds), Infirmity in Antiquity and the Middle Ages: Social and Cultural Approaches to Health, Weakness and Care (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2015).
Articles in refereed scientific journals, edited volumes and conference proceedings
  • Kuuliala, Jenni, ‘Unlikely Heroes: A Study on Three Miracle Narratives of Disabled Beggar Children in Late Thirteenth-Century Hagiographic Sources’, in Katariina Mustakallio and Jussi Hanska (eds) Agents and Objects: Children in Pre-Modern Europe, Acta Instituti Romani Finlandiae, 42, (Rome: Institutum Romanum Finlandiae, 2015) [forthcoming], 149–69.
  • Kuuliala, Jenni, Mustakallio, Katariina ja Krötzl, Christian, ‘Introduction: Infirmitas in Antiquity and the Middle Ages’, in idem (eds), Infirmity in Antiquity and the Middle Ages: Social and Cultural Approaches to Health, Weakness and Care (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2015)
  • Kuuliala, Jenni, ‘Nobility, Community, and Physical Disability in Later Medieval Canonization Processes’, in Christian Krötzl, Katariina Mustakallio and Jenni Kuuliala (eds), Infirmity in Antiquity and the Middle Ages: Social and Cultural Approaches to Health, Weakness and Care (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2015), 67–82.
  • Kuuliala, Jenni, ‘Paranemista etsimässä – ruumiinvammat ja pyhiinvaellukset keskiajan Pohjolassa’ ['Looking for a Cure - Physical Impairments and Pilgrimages in Medieval Scandinavia'], in Sari Katajala-Peltomaa, Christian Krötzl and Marjo Meriluoto-Jaakkola (eds), Suomalaisten pyhiinvaellukset keskiajalla (SKS: Helsinki, 2014), 181-95.
  • Kuuliala, Jenni, ‘The Experience of Childhood Impairments in Later Medieval (c. 1200–1400) Canonisation Processes’ in Nolte, Cordula (ed.), Phänomene der „Behinderung“ im Alltag – Bausteine zu einer Disability History der Vormoderne (Studien und Texte zur Geistes- und Sozialgeschichte des Mittelalters 9). Didymos Verlag, Korb 2013, 237–257.
  • Kuuliala, Jenni, ‘Baptism and the Interaction with Supernatural Creatures’ in Sonne de Torrens, Harriet (ed.), The Visual Culture of Baptism in the Middle Ages. Ashgate, Farnham and Burlington 2013.
  • Kuuliala, Jenni, ’Pyhimysten ja paholaisen keskellä. Vastasyntyneiden lasten yhteys yliluonnollisiin olentoihin keskiajan Euroopassa’ ['Among Saints and the Devil. Newborn Children and their Communication with Supernatural Beings in Medieval Europe'] in Hytönen, Kirsi-Marja, Niskanen, Heli ja Saarimäki, Pasi (eds.), Lapsi matkalla maailmaan. Historiallisia ja kulttuurisia näkökulmia syntymään. SKS, Helsinki 2012, 86–119.
  • Kuuliala, Jenni, 'Sons of Demons? Children’s Impairment and the Belief in Changelings in Medieval Europe (c. 1150–1450)' in Katariina Mustakallio & Christian Laes (eds.), The Dark Side of Childhood in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Unwanted, Disabled and Lost. Oxbow, Oxford 2011.
Other Scientific Articles
  • Kuuliala, Jenni, ‘Miracles and the Disabled Body in the Later Middle Ages’, in Judith A. Rasson and Katalin Szende (eds), Annual of Medieval Studies at CEU, 20, 2014, 135-46.
  • Kuuliala, Jenni, 'Bewegingshandicaps bij kinderen in middeleeuwse canonisatieverslagen', in Geschiedenis der Geneeskunde 15, 2 (2011) 90-102.
  • Kuuliala Jenni, 'Demonien lapsia vai rakastettuja perheenjäseniä? Lasten sairaudet ja synnynnäiset vammat sydänkeskiajan (1100-1300-lukujen) Euroopassa' ['Demons' Children or Beloved Family Members? Children's Illnesses and Congenital Impairments in Medieval Europe']. Lähde 6 (2009), 110-123.
Other Publications
 
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