The John Morton Center hosts "Current Issues" lectures, seminars, conferences, and workshops on the histories, societies, politics and cultures of North American nations.

The JMC strives to engage in dialogue with multiple academic, cultural, political, and ideological viewpoints. We welcome speakers from a range of different backgrounds and persuasions. The views of our guests do not represent those of the Center.

Upcoming Events

October 8 & 9, 2021: "American Voices XXVIII"


Date: Friday-Saturday, October 8–9, 2021
Time: Friday 14:00–17:15, Saturday 10:00–12:30
Place: University of Turku, Main Building

Organized by our partners at the Department of English and the Fulbright Foundation, with the support of the U.S. Embassy in Helsinki.

Each annual American Voices Seminar is a unique combination of presentations given by U.S. Fulbright grantees working in Finland. The seminar will provide students an opportunity to learn about various aspects of the society and culture of the United States through presentations drawing from the personal experience and scholarly expertise of the Fulbright grantees.

If you’re coming to the American Voices Seminar on 8-9 October, please sign up NOW! You can sign up for either one of these assessments/toteutukset, both refer to the same event:

The full program is available here:

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