K103, Linna building, address: Kalevankatu 5
SOC/Marja Vehviläinen, Pirjo Markkola
Open Science and Technology Studies Research Seminar
Christabelle Sethna, University of Ottawa: The After Lives of Animals
Hilja Solala: The integration of international influences to national requirements in the Finnish horse breeding in the 1890s
Taija Kaarlenkaski, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu: Living Machines with Gentle Looks: Materiality and Animal Body in Modernizing Finnish Animal Husbandry
Pieta Hyvärinen: Multispecies economic relations in urban beekeeping
Salla Tuomivaara: Searching for the roots of exclusion – animals in the sociologies of Westermarck and Durkheim.
Christabelle Sethna works as a Professor in Gender Studies, at the University of Ottawa, Canada. She is a co-editor of a newly published book: Joanna Dean, Darcy Ingram & Christabelle Sethna (eds.) (2017) Animal Metropolis. Histories of Human-Animal Relations in Urban Canada. (E-book in the library).
Taija Kaarlenkaski works as an Academy of Finland post doctoral fellow at the University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, and her recent work includes: Kaarlenkaski, Taija (2016) Cattle Tending in the “Good Old Times”:
Human-Cow Relationships in Late Nineteenth-Century and Early Twentieth-Century Finland. – Jopi Nyman & Nora Schuurman (eds.), Affect, Space and Animals. London: Routledge. 25-39. (E-book in the library)