Keyword: School of History, Culture and Arts Studies
The Research Centre for Culture and Health explores the connections between culture, health, and illness from a multidisciplinary perspective. The centre also provides education, and it participates in initiatives related to the University’s third mission, societal interaction.
Digital preservation refers to long-term storage of digital information in an accessible and usable form for several decades or even centuries. The University of Turku has applied and been granted a permission by the Ministry of Education and Culture to store the materials in the Archives of History, Culture and Arts Studies (ACS Archive) to the national Digital Preservation Service for research data (DPS for research data). The University has signed an agreement with CSC – IT Center for Science this week. CSC is responsible for the realisation of the service.
26.9.2019 at 9.00 - 27.9.2019 at 16.30
Registration fee 20€Registration at Konsta: https://konsta.utu.fi/Default.aspx?tabid=88&tap=7925Deadline for registration is 16 September.Conference schedule: https://sites.utu.fi/pseudohistoria/news/medievalism-between-east-and-west-conference-schedule/
16.5.2019 at 14.00 - 16.00
Minna Laiti, doctoral student, Nursing science, U. of Turku: Nursing and health care of sexual and gender minority peopleKia Andell, doctoral student, Sociology, U. of Turku: Knowledge, subjectivity and narratives of uncanny experiences (article manuscript, available for downloading in Moodle in the...
3.5.2019 at 10.00 - 15.15
Programme10.00–11.00WelcomeDean Vuletic: Postwar Europe and the Eurovision Song Contest11.00–12.15Pia Koivunen: Russia and Ukraine in the Eurovisions: a love–hate relationshipMari Pajala: Israel and Eurovision – a brief historyJan Wickman: A spectre of queer visibility on the ESC stage12.15 –13...
10.4.2019 at 10.15 - 11.45
Associate Professor Marianna GladyshDepartment of International Relations and Diplomatic Service, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraineis specialist in Regional integration within and outside the EU, European integration and structural functioning of the EU as well as regionalism in the...
21.3.2019 at 14.15 - 15.45
A warm welcome to listen to associate professor Titus Hjelms (study of religion, University of Helsinki) views about the relationship between church and state in Finland. In his public lecture, Hjelm asks: Is the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland (ELCF) a state church, as international...
12.12.2018 at 12.00 - 18.00
Tervetuloa IIPC:n, musiikintutkimuksen ja mediatutkimuksen yhteiseen iltapäiväseminaarin 12. Joulukuuta (Janus-sali klo 12–18). Seminaarin lähtökohtana toimii Orwellin dystopia 1984, jonka kautta luodaan monipuolinen katsaus 1980-luvun populaarikulttuurin lähihistoriaan; musiikkiin, muotiin...
The University of Turku participates in the SHIFT Business Festival on 29–30 August with two themes: using technology in the sustainable development of the maritime and food industries and the interaction between humans and machines. The theme of SHIFT 2019 is Shapeshifting intelligence, which looks beyond the hype for a more holistic view of intelligent business.
6.9.2019 at 9.00 - 7.9.2019 at 15.45