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Selected Publications
​Aalto, Ilana: "Self-evident, Unchanging, and Universal? Deconstructing interpretations of the history of fatherhood", NORMA – Nordic Journal for Masculinity Studies. Vol. 01, Issue 2, 2007, 150–166.

Holmberg, Eva Johanna: "An Ottoman City of Strangers: Placing the Jews in Early Modern English Texts on Istanbul", in Fabrizio Nevola & Flaminia Bardati (toim.), Tales of The City. Outsiders Descriptions of Cities in the Early Modern Period. Transculturalisms 1400-1700. Ashgate, Aldershot 2009.

Holmberg, Eva Johanna: "Esthers in the Seraglio. Jewish women in early modern English travel narratives on Turkey", in Anu Korhonen & Kate Lowe (eds.), The Trouble With Ribs: Women, Men and Gender In Early Modern Europe. COLLeGIUM. Studies across Disciplines in the Humanities and Social Sciences, vol. II. 2007.

Holmberg, Eva Johanna: "Indecent roaring: Reading irreverence and confusion in Jewish worship in Early Modern England." In Practises of Inclusion and Exclusion in Premodern Culture. Eva Johanna Holmberg & Tom Linkinen, (eds.) k&h: 2005.

Kallioniemi, Kari: "'Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty': The Smiths and Notions of Englishness in the Post-War Debate on British Pop Music", in Why Pamper Life’s Complexities? Essays on The Smiths. Sean Campbell & Colin Coulter (Editors). Manchester University Press, Manchester 2007.

Kaartinen, Marjo: Religious Life and English Culture in the Reformation. Palgrave, London and New York 2002.

Kaartinen, Marjo: "Women and Illness in Seventeenth-Century England", Women’s History Magazine, Issue 56, Summer 2007, 4—10.

Kaartinen, Marjo: "Women’s Metropolis – Elite Women in Early Modern London", Women’s History Magazine, Issue 53, Summer 2006, 4—12.

Kaartinen, Marjo: "Public and Private – Challenges in the Study of Early Modern Women’s Lives", Time Frames. Negotiating Cultural History. Cultural History – Kulttuurihistoria Vol 1. Ed. by Anu Korhonen & Kirsi Tuohela. Cultural History, University of Turku: Turku 2002, 89—104.

Keinänen, Anu: "'Elect people of God in scorn called Quakers': The early Society of Friends as different", Practices of inclusion and exclusion in premodern culture. Ed. by Eva Johanna Holmberg and Tom Linkinen. Cultural History - Kulttuurihistoria 5. K&H. Turku 2005.

Klemettilä, Hannele: Epitomes of Evil. Representations of Executioners in Northern France and the Low Countries in the Late Middle Ages. Studies in European Urban History. Vol. 8. Dir. Marc Boone. Brepols, Turnhout 2006 (388 p.)

Koivisto, Hanne: "The intellectual as modern individual: The self-image of the intellectual Left in Finland in the 1930’s", Time Frames. Negotiating Cultural History. Cultural History – Kulttuurihistoria Vol 1. Ed. by Anu Korhonen & Kirsi Tuohela. Cultural History, University of Turku: Turku 2002.

Kärki, Kimi: "’Matter of Fact It’s All Dark’: Audiovisual Stadium Rock Aesthetics in Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon Tour 1973", in: Reising, Russell (ed.): Speak to Me:  The Legacy of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon. Ashgate Press 2005, 27-42.

Kärki, Kimi: "Put Them All Agains the Wall. Changes In the Stage Performance of Pink Floyd 1965-1982." In Kärki, Kimi, Leydon, Rebecca & Terho, Henri (ed.): "Looking Back, Looking Ahead" Popular Music Studies 20 Years Later. Proceedings of the 11th Conference of IASPM. Turku / Copenhagen 2002, 719-727.

Lahtinen, Anu: "Mägde und weibliches Gesinde 1300-1600. Arbeitsam und gefügig", Zur Geschichte der Frauenarbeit in Finnland. Hrsg. Marjatta Rahikainen & Kirsi Vainio-Korhonen. BWV Berliner Wissenschaftsverlag, Berlin 2007.

Lahtinen, Anu: "'Un chevalier de Flandre’ et sa lignée. Strategies familiales de la noblesse nordique au xve siècle", Les élites nordiques et l'Europe occidentale, xiie-xve siècle. Tuomas M. S. Lehtonen & Èlisabeth Mornet éd. Publications de la Sorbonne, Paris 2007.

Lahtinen, Anu: "Frontier and borderland. The use of natural resources in Medieval Finland from an environmental history point of view", Frontiers in the Middle Ages. Ed. Outi Merisalo. Fédération internationale des Instituts d'études médiévales, Louvain-la-Neuve 2006.

Lahtinen, Anu: Anpassning, förhandling, motsstånd. Kvinnliga aktörer i släkten Fleming 1470-1620. Helsingfors: Svenska litteratursällskapet i Finland, 2009 (314 s.)

Lahtinen, Anu: Tender concerns and individual prospects. Settling the future of noble fiancées in sixteenth-century Sweden. Karonen*, P., Eilola*, J., Hakanen*, M., Lamberg*, M., Matikainen*, O.(eds.), Hopes and fears for the future in early modern Sweden, 1500-1800. Finnish Literature Society, Helsinki 2009: 77-97.

Lahtinen, Anu: A Nobleman’s Death. Power Struggle and Resistance in Accounts of a Political Execution in Early Modern Sweden. Jensen*, H. (eds.), Culture and Power. Rebellion and Resistance. Cliohres.net, Pisa University Press, Pisa 2009: 33-49.

Lahtinen, Rauno & Vuorisalo, Timo: "In Search for the Roots of Environmental Concern: Water Management and Animal Welfare Issues in the Finnish Local press in 1890-1950", Scandinavian Journal of History 2/2005, 177–197.

Lahtinen, Rauno & Vuorisalo, Timo: "'It's War and Everyone Can Do as They Please!’: An Environmental History of a Finnish City in Wartime", Environmental History 4/2004, 679-700.

Lahtinen, Rauno & Vuorisalo, Timo: "Sewers, Wastewater and Newspapers: the Early Environmental Debate on Water Pollution in Turku, Finland, 1887-1934", Scandinavian Economic History Review 1/2004, 34-51.

Laine, Silja: "Americanism and Architecture in 1920s’ Helsinki", Foreign Encounters. Experiences at Home an Abroad. (ed. Syrjämaa, Taina et al). Proceedings from the 26th Nordic Congress of Historians Reykjavík 8–12 August 2007. Ritsafn Sagnfræoistufnunar 41. Reykjvík Háskólautgafan, University of Iceland Press, 2007.

Laine, Silja: "Whose Skyline? Seeing Power in Tall Buildings in 1920s Helsinki." In: Kimi Kärki (ed.):Power and Control. Perspectives on Integration and Multiculturalism in Europe. The family federation of Finland, The Population research Institute D 43/2004. Publications of the Doctoral Program of Cultural Interaction and Integration 8. Turku, 2004.

Laine, Silja: "Imagining America, Building Helsinki." In: Media, Interaction and Integration. Cross-Cultural Dialogues in the Baltic Sea Area. Ed. Hyvönen*, H., Räsänen, T. and Tunturi, J. The family federation of Finland, The Population research Institute. Working Papers E36/2009. Publications of the Graduate School on integration and Interaction in the Baltic Sea Region, 10. Turku and Helsinki. s. 117-135. [d]

Laitinen, Riitta: "Cultural History of Early Modern Streets – An Introduction. with Thomas Cohen", Journal of Early Modern History 12(3-4)/2008.

Laitinen, Riitta: "Urban Order and Street Regulation in Seventeenth-Century Sweden", with Dag Lindström, Journal of Early Modern History 12(3-4)/2008.

Laitinen, Riitta: "Night-time Street Fighting and the Meaning of Place. A Homicide in a Seventeenth-Century Swedish Provincial Town", The Journal of Urban History 33(4)/2007.

Laitinen, Riitta & Cohen, Thomas (eds.): Cultural History of Early Modern Streets. Leiden: Brill, 2009 (176 p.)

Laitinen, Riitta & Lindström, Dag: Urban Order and Street Regulation in Seventeenth-Century Sweden. In Laitinen R. & Cohen, T. (eds.): Cultural History of Early Modern Streets. Leiden: Brill, 2009, pp. 63-93.

Laitinen, Riitta & Cohen, Thomas: Cultural History of Early Modern Streets – An Introduction. In Laitinen R. & Cohen, T. (eds.): Cultural History of Early Modern Streets. Leiden: Brill, 2009, pp. 1-10.

Leskelä-Kärki, Maarit: "Constructing sisterly relations in epistolary practices: The writing Krohn sisters (1890-1950)." NORA (Nordic Journal of Women’s Studies), Life-writing special issue, 2007/1.

Leskelä-Kärki, Maarit: "Towards a Cultural History of Sisterhood: The Lives and Writings of the Krohn Sisters." Kön, makt och våld. Konferensrapport från det sjunde nordiska kvinnohistorikermöte 8-11 augusti 2002, Göteborg. Red. Eva Helen Ulvros. Historiska institutionen, Göteborg 2003.

Leskelä-Kärki, Maarit: "Passive to Active: Lived Spaces of a Religious Woman." Time Frames: Negotiating Cultural History. Eds. Anu Korhonen & Kirsi Tuohela. Cultural History – Kulttuurihistoria 1. Turku 2002.

Mäkikalli, Maija: "For All and For Some. Social Integration vs. Middle-Class Values  in the Discourses on Furniture Design in the 1920’s Finland", Cross-Cultural Encounters: Perspectives on Multicultural Europe. Ed. by Johanna Perheentupa and Kristina Karppi. Publications of the Doctoral Program of Cultural Interaction and Integration 7. Turku 2002, ss. 103–115.

Mäkikalli, Maija: "The Problem of the Nestable Chair: From the Z-chair to the Boman chair", Scandinavian Journal of Design History. Rhodos International Science and Art Publishers, Volume 6, 1996. Edit. Mirjam Gelfer-Jorgensen. Copenhagen 1996.

Ollila, Anne (ed.): Historical Perspectives on Memory, Studia Historica 61. Helsinki 1999 (222 p.)

Ollila, Anne: "Der Zeit der weiblichen Angestellten, Arbeitsam und gefügig", Zur Geschichte der Frauenarbeit in Finnland. Hrsg. Marjatta Rahikainen & Kirsi Vainio-Korhonen. BWV Berliner Wissenschaftsverlag, Berlin 2007.

Ollila, Anne: "Questioning the Categories of Private and Public", Time Frames. Negotiating Cultural History. Cultural History – Kulttuurihistoria Vol 1. Ed. by Anu Korhonen & Kirsi Tuohela. Cultural History, University of Turku: Turku 2002, 125–132.

Ollila, Anne: "Perspectives to Finnish Identity", Scandinavian Journal of History 3-4/1998, p. 127–137.

Paju, Petri: "A Failure Revisited: The First Finnish Computer Construction Project. The Establishing of a National Computing Center in Finland." In Bubenko Jr., Janis & Impagliazzo, John & Arne Solvberg (eds.): History of Nordic Computing. IFIP WG9.7 First Working Conference on the History of Nordic Computing (HiNC1), June 16-18, 2003, Trondheim, Norway, pp. 79-94. Springer: New York 2005.

Paju, Petri & Suominen, Jaakko & Törn, Aimo: "The Wegematic 1000 Computing Centre, 1959-1964. Translocal Co-operation." In Bubenko Jr., Janis & Impagliazzo, John & Arne Solvberg (eds.): History of Nordic Computing. IFIP WG9.7 First Working Conference on the History of Nordic Computing (HiNC1), June 16-18, 2003, Trondheim, Norway, pp. 463-485. Springer: New York 2005.

Paju, Petri: Computer Industry as a National task. The Finnish Computer Project and the question of state involvement in the 1970s. In Impagliazzo*, J. & Järvi*, T. & Paju, Petri: History of Nordic Computing 2. IFIP AICT 303. Berlin: Springer, 2009, pp. 171–184.

Parikka, Jussi: Digital Contagions. A Media Archaeology of Computer Viruses. Digital Formations-series. Peter Lang, New York 2007.

Rossi, Leena: "Oral history and individual environmental experiences." In: Proceedings of the VI Nordic Environmental History Conference, Thinking Through the Environment, Semtember 15-17, 2005, Turku. (forthcoming)

Rossi, Leena: "Keeping the Whores Recognizable: Segregating and Identifying Prostitutes in the Late Middle Ages." In: Practices of Inclusion and Exclusion in Premodern Culture. Eva Johanna Holmberg & Tom Linkinen (ed.), Cultural History - Kulttuurihistoria 5. k&h, Turku 2005. 229-254.

Rossi, Leena: Oral Historian – neither moralizer nor informer. In: Kurkowska-Budzan, M. & Zamorski, K. (eds.): Oral History: The challenges of dialogue. Studies in Narrative 10. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamin’s Publishing Company, 2009: 15–26.

Rossi, Leena & Aarnio, Tuija: Feelings Matter: Historian’s Emotions. – Historyka XXXVII–XXXVIII, 2007–2008, 3–18.

Salmi, Hannu: "Finnish Culture and Internationalisation Strategies". In: Challenges for Finland and Democracy. Parliament of Finland Centennial 12. Edita, Helsinki 2009: 340–357.

Salmi, Hannu: Nineteenth-Century Europe: A Cultural History. Polity Press, Cambridge 2008. (192 p.)

Salmi, Hannu: Wagner and Wagnerism in Nineteenth-Century Sweden, Finland, and the Baltic Provinces: Reception, Enthusiasm, Cult. Eastman Studies in Music. University of Rochester Press, Rochester NY 2005. (310 p.)

Salmi, Hannu: Imagined Germany. Richard Wagner's National Utopia. German Life and Civilization, Vol. 29. General editor: Jost Hermand. Peter Lang Publishing, New York 1999. (228 p.)

Salmi, Hannu: "'Oh, but you should come to Bayreuth instead!'. Early Scandinavian and Baltic Encounters with Der Ring des Nibelungen", wagnerspectrum 2/2006: 93-115.

Salmi, Hannu: "Sylvi", The Cinema of Scandinavia. Edited by Tytti Soila. Preface by Jacob Neiiendam. Wallflower Press, London & New York 2005, 25-33.

Salmi, Hannu: "Success and the Self-Made Man", Columbia Companion to American History on Film. Edited by Peter C. Rollins. Columbia University Press, New York 2004, 596-602.

Salmi, Hannu: "The Indian of the North. Western Traditions and Finnish Indians", Hollywood's Indian. The Portrayal of Native Americans in Film. Edited by Peter C. Rollins and John E. O'Connor. The University Press of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 1998, 39-57.

Salmi, Hannu: "Colore, spettacolo e storia nel cinema epico", Fotogenia. Storie e teorie del cinema 1. Il colore nel cinema. Bologna 1995, 115-124.

Salmi, Hannu: "Die Sucht nach dem 'germanischen Ideal'. Bernhard Förster als Wegbereiter des Wagnerianismus", Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft 6/1994, 485-496.

Salmi, Hannu: "Composing the Past: Music and the Sense of History in Hollywood Epics of the 1950s and Early 1960s", Screening the Past Issue 5, 1998.

Tuohela, Kirsi: "Feeling Sick: On Change and Gender in the Cultural History of Illness", History & Change. Ed. Anu Lahtinen & Kirsi Vainio-Korhonen. Finnish Literature Society, Helsinki 2008.

Tuohela Kirsi: "Being ill in the Past. Historicizing Women’s Experience of Body and Illness", Time Frames. Negotiating Cultural History. Cultural History – Kulttuurihistoria Vol 1. Ed. by Anu Korhonen & Kirsi Tuohela. Cultural History, University of Turku: Turku 2002
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