Presentations

 

On this page we will collect a list of presentations given by the members of The Changing Environment of the North (CEN) project. The page will be updated regularly.



© Tintti Klapuri

Arminen, Elina: “SS-volunteer in the Finnish Literature. Cultural Memory and Abeyance.” – The Uses and Abuses of Storytelling. Theorizing the Intersections of Narrative, Memory and Identity. Turku, Finland. 15.02.2019.

Arminen, Elina: “Adventure on the Arctic Ocean. Kaarlo Hänninen’s Swashbucklers and Finnish Colonialism.” – The Great White North. Critical Perspectives on Whiteness in the Nordics and its Neighbors. Helsinki, Finland. 26.-28.8.2019.

Arminen, Elina: “The Changes and Continuities in the Representations of the Arctic Ocean in Finnish Literature”. – Aquagraphy. A symposium. Tampere University. Tampere, Finland. 05.-06.03.2020.

Klapuri, Tintti: “Kuviteltu pohjoinen venäläisessä kirjallisuudentutkimuksessa.” – Muutos: Kirjallisuudentutkijain seuran vuosiseminaari. Joensuu, Finland. 17.–18.5.2018.

Klapuri, Tintti: “‘Out in the Frigid Sea’”: North of Scandinavia in Russian fin-de-siécle imagination. – Scandinavian Exceptionalisms.The International Association of Scandinavian Studies (IASS)Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark. 7.–10.8.2018.

Kuikka, Eeva: ”Obščij sever: čelovek i žhivotnoe v povesti “Dlja beregov otčizny dal’noj” Y. Rytkheu”. – Severnyj tekst russkoi literatury: struktura i kontekst Conference. Severnyj (Arktitšeskij) federalnyj universitet imeni M.V. Lomonosova. Arkhangelsk, Russia. 16.–17.11.2017.

Kuikka, Eeva: “The Arctic Ocean in Yuri Rytkheu’s Novel ‘Son v nachale tumana'”. – Prityazhenie severa: jazyk, literatura, socium. Petrozavodskij gosudarstvennyj universitet. Petrozavodsk, Russia. 15.–17.02.2018.

Kuikka, Eeva: “Muuttuva pohjoinen, muuttuvat tutkimusmenetelmät: Juri Rytheun tuotannosta posthumanistisen teorian valossa.” – Muutos: Kirjallisuudentutkijain seuran vuosiseminaari. Joensuu, Finland. 17.–18.5.2018.

Kuikka, Eeva: “Arctic Landscape in Transformation: Metamorphosis of Chukotka peninsula in Baltermants’ and Rytkheu’s Photoalbum ‘Glimpses of Chukotka'”. – Visual Perspectives on North and the Arctic. Symposium. Tampere, Finland. 14.–15.6.2018.

Kuikka, Eeva: “The Common North: Human-Animal Relations in Yuri Rytkheu’s Works”. – (Un)Common Worlds: Contesting the Limits of Human–Animal Communities. Human–Animal Studies Conference. Turku, Finland. 7.–9.8.2018.

Kuikka, Eeva: “Non-human Animals as Ecological Martyrs in Yuri Rytkheu’s Short Stories”. – Water, Animals, and Arctic Climate Change. An International Symposium. Joensuu, Finland. 12.– 13.12.2018.

Kuikka, Eeva: “Soviet Arctic as a Colonial Space”. – Revisiting Spatial Studies: Theories and New Directions. Tampereen yliopisto, 15.5.2019.

Kuikka, Eeva: “Arctic trans-Corporealities: New Materialist and Posthumanist Perspectives on Yuri Rytkheu’s Short Novel ‘When the Whales Leave'”. BASEES 2019. Annual Conference.. Cambridge, United Kingdom. 12.-14.4.2019.

Kuikka, Eeva: “‘A right attitude towards animals’: The Soviet influence on the human-animal relations in Yuri Rytkheu’s prose fiction”. – Animals of the Arctic: From Symbiosis to Symbols: The 9th Arctic Workshop of the University of Tartu. Tartu, Estonia. 24.-25.5.2019.

Kuikka, Eeva: “From modernist exploitation to animism: human-animal relations in Yuri Rytkheu’s prose works”. – The 21st Conference of Scandinavian Slavists. Joensuu, 14.-18.8.2019.

Kuikka, Eeva: “Between Empires: Reading Yuri Rytkheu’s Novel The Last Shaman in the Context of a Sense of Place”. – Geopolitics of culture and displacement. University of Helsinki, Helsinki 3.-4.10.2019.

Kuikka, Eeva: “Writing the Watery Agency of the Arctic Ocean in Yuri Rytkheu’s A Dream in Polar Fog.” – Aquagraphy. A symposium. Tampere University. Tampere, Finland. 05.-06.03.2020.

Lehtimäki, Markku: “’The Burning Question’: A Rhetoric and Politics of Climate Change in Ian McEwan’s Solar.” – Fear and Safety. European Network for Comparative Literary Studies (ENCLS) Conference. Helsinki, Finland. 24.8.2017.

Lehtimäki, Markku: “Narratology in the Changing (Natural) Environment.” – ENN (European Narratology Network) Conference. Prague, Czech Republic. 15.9.2017.

Lehtimäki, Markku: “The Realist Novel in the Age of Climate Change: Human Experientiality and Narrative Rhetoric.” – Confronting the Narratives of the Anthropocene. An International Symposium. Tampere, Finland. 24.11.2017.

Lehtimäki, Markku: “Mimetic-Didactic Narratives: Realism and Rhetoric in Environmental Fiction.” – International Society for the Study of Narrative Conference. Montreal, Canada. 21.4.2018.

Lehtimäki, Markku: “Pohjoisen muuttuva ympäristö. Ympäristön muutosten kulttuurinen näkeminen.” – Kestävän talouden transition yhteiskunnalliset haasteet ja ratkaisut. Joensuu, Finland. 11.6.2018.

Lehtimäki, Markku: “The Arctic Then and Now. Visual Poetics and Historical Narrative in Ian McGuire’s The North Water.” – Visual Perspectives on North and the Arctic. Symposium. Tampere, Finland. 14.–15.6.2018.

Lehtimäki, Markku: “Polar Bears and Butterflies: Allegory, Science, and Embodiment in Climate Change Fiction.” – Water, Animals, and Arctic Climate Change. An International Symposium. Joensuu, Finland. 12.– 13.12.2018.

Lehtimäki, Markku: “Kun ilmasto muuttuu, kirjallisuus muuttuu.” – Turun kirjamessut. Turku, Finland. 4.10.2019.

Lehtimäki, Markku: “Narratologia ja ideologia: Kirjallisuudentutkimus muuttuvassa maailmassa.” – Sosiaalipolitiikan päivät. Joensuu, Finland. 24.10.2019.

Lehtimäki, Markku: “Fictional Minds in Natural Environments: Textual Designs and Changing Ecologies in Contemporary Finnish Fiction.” – Environmental Change in Nordic Fiction. Tampere, Finland. 15.11.2019.

Lehtimäki, Markku: “The Crystal Clear Arctic: Cultural Representations and Social Discourses.” – Environment and Society: An International Seminar. Lisbon, Portugal. 3.3.2020.

Lehtimäki, Markku: “’The Silvery Song of Water’: Nature Writing in Paul Harding’s Fiction.” – Aquagraphy. A symposium. Tampere University. Tampere, Finland. 05.-06.03.2020.

Luhtala, Lotta: “Vegan Studies as an Interdisciplinary Junction: A Literary Studies Perspective.” – Engaging Borders as a Site of Encounters: New Directions in Interdisciplinary Research. 2017 BOMOCULT Seminar. Joensuu, Finland. 12.10.2017.

Luhtala, Lotta: “Eläinten piiloisuus ja näkyvyys vegaaniteemaisessa kirjallisuudessa.” – Avauksia kulttuuriseen eläintutkimukseen. Seminaari. Jyväskylä, Finland. 6.4.2018.

Luhtala, Lotta: “The Changing Storyworld in the Maddaddam Trilogy. From Anthropogenic Dystopia to Vegan Utopia.” – Muutos: Kirjallisuudentutkijain seuran vuosiseminaari. Joensuu, Finland. 17.–18.5.2018.

Luhtala, Lotta: “Making the Connection. Affect and Intersectionality in the Contemporary Surge of Vegan Themed Documentaries.” – Visual Perspectives on North and the Arctic. Symposium. Tampere, Finland. 14.–15.6.2018.

Luhtala, Lotta: “Vegan Readership and The More-Than-Human World in Margaret Atwood’s Maddaddam Trilogy.” – (Un)Common Worlds: Contesting the Limits of Human–Animal Communities. Human–Animal Studies Conference. Turku, Finland. 7.–9.8.2018.

Lotta Luhtala: “A Wave of Vegan Documentaries: Affect, Ethical Tension and Visual Activism.” – Methods, Approaches, Ethics: 5th Annual BOMOCULT Conference. BoMoCult/ CULTCHANGE Conference 2018. University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu. 4.–5.10.2018.

Lotta Luhtala: “Vegaaniteemaisen kaunokirjallisuuden vegaaniseksuaalinen ulottuvuus.” – Trans liikkeessä – Trans i rörelse – Trans in Transit. Sukupuolentutkimuksen päivät 2018. Turku, Finland. 22.–24.11.2018.

Lotta Luhtala: “Vegaaniteemaisen kaunokirjallisuuden vegaaniseksuaalinen ulottuvuus.” – Itä-Suomen yliopiston Sukupuolentutkimuksen tutkimuspäivä. Joensuu, Finland. 5.12.2018.

Lotta Luhtala: “Pigoons and Flooded Pigs: Parallel Representations of Carnist Contempt and Climate Crisis in Margaret Atwood’s Maddaddam Trilogy and Media Coverage of the Hurricane Florence Flooding.” – Water, Animals, and Arctic Climate Change. An International Symposium. Joensuu, Finland. 12.– 13.12.2018.

Lotta Luhtala: “Intertwined Challenges – Literary Studies, Critical Animal Studies and Vegan Studies.” –  Animals in the Everyday and the Celebration. Finnish Seminar for Human Animal Studies 2019. Helsinki, Finland. 8.– 9.4.2019.

Lotta Luhtala: “Contemporary Literature as a Site of Activism. The Animal Question in Finnish Vegan Narrative Fiction.” –  Rethinking revolution: Nonhuman animals, antispeciesism and power. 6th Conference of the European Association for Critical Animal Studies (EACAS). Barcelona, Spain. 22.5.–24.5.

Lotta Luhtala: ”Kertomuksen keskiössä on eläin. Ei-ihmiseläimet kertomuksen tutkimuksen aineistona”. –  Kertomuksen tutkimuksen aineistot. Kertomuksen tutkimuksen päivät 2019. Turku, Finland. 14.6.2019.

Lotta Luhtala: Invited speaker at the Social Policy Annual Conference. ”Ei-inhimilliset eläimet ja ympäristö eettis-poliittisina konflikteina. Veganismin näkökulmia.” Sosiaalipolitiikan päivät 2019. Joensuu, Finland. 24.–25.10.2019.

Rießler, Michael: Invited presentation “Det samiska språkliga landskapet – Varför och hur forskningen bidrar till dess dokumentation och revitalisering”. – Språksamhällen av idag – stora och små. Villkor och utveckling. Reykjavik, Iceland. 29.–30.11.2019.

Rießler, Michael: “Towards a Speech Recognizer for Komi, an Endangered and Low-Resource Uralic Language”. – Sixth International Workshop on Computational Linguistics of Uralic . Vienna, Austria. 10.–11.01.2020.

Rießler, Michael: “A pseudonymization method for language documentation corpora”. – Sixth International Workshop on Computational Linguistics of Uralic . Vienna, Austria. 10.–11.01.2020.

Rosenholm, Arja: ”Nostalgija po severu: Priroda, moral i maskulinnost v romane ‘Territorija’ Olega Kuvajeva i ego ekranizatsijah”. – Severnyj tekst russkoi literatury: struktura i kontekst Conference. Severnyj (Arktitšeskij) federalnyj universitet imeni M.V. Lomonosova. Arkangeli, Russia. 16.–17.11.2017.

Rosenholm, Arja: “Who is the ‘Inner Mover’ in the Russian Northern Landscape?” – Rethinking Landscape Workshop. University of Tampere, Spatial Studies and Environmental Humanities/ Plural. Tampere, Finland. 12.12.2017.

Rosenholm, Arja: “Kаzus “Теrritorii” v literature i kino: prostranstvo, maskulinnost’ i nostalgija”. – Prityazhenie severa: jazyk, literatura, socium. Petrozavodskij gosudarstvennyj universitet. Petrozavodsk, Russia. 15.–17.02.2018.

Rosenholm, Arja: “What is meant by the “Northern Text” in the Russian Context?” – Mediating the Arctic Perspectives on northern people in a workshop organized by University of Tampere and Arctic Centre, University of Lapland. Arctic Centre, University of Lapland. 16.3. 2018.

Rosenholm, Arja: “Lost in the Arctic? A Film Adaptation of Oleg Kuvaev’s novel Territory”. – Visual Perspectives on North and the Arctic. Symposium. Tampere, Finland. 14.–15.6. 2018.

Rosenholm, Arja: “How to refer to the destruction of a part of the country? The Novel ‘Flood zone’ of Roman Senchin”. – International conference Sea change. Anthropocene. University of Split, 2.–6.12.2018.

Rosenholm, Arja: “Back to the Frogs: The Aesthetics of Wandering in Bella Ulanovskaia’s Writing”. – Water, Animals, and Arctic Climate Change. An International Symposium. Joensuu, Finland. 12.– 13.12.2018.

Rosenholm, Arja: “Water as Imaginary Space”. – Media and the Arctic – Master Class. Tampere University, 26. – 30.11. 2018.

Rosenholm, Arja: “Severnyj Tekst: Mythologies and Imaginaries of Russia’s North”. – BASEES 2019. Annual Conference. Cambridge, United Kingdom. 12. –14.4.2019.

Rosenholm, Arja: ”Paikallisuus, geopoetiikka ja kulttuuriset identiteetit: Venäjän pohjoinen ja kulttuurisemiotiikka”. – Revisiting Spatial Studies: Theories and New Directions. Tampereen yliopisto, 15.5.2019.

Rosenholm, Arja: “Reaffirmation of the ‘sacral’ Russian Northern identity in a Northern text”. – Arco-Know. Arctic Research: Co-production of knowledge. Arctic Center. University of Lapland, 20.–24.5.2019.

Rosenholm, Arja: “Literary Hydro-history and the Cultural Self-reflection”. – Aquagraphy. A symposium. Tampere University. Tampere, Finland. 05. – 06.03.2020.

Stammler-Gossmann, Anna: “Dynamic permafrost and society.” – International Symposium: People of the changing permafrost land. Churapcha, Republic of Sakha Yakutia, Russia. 17.-18.7.2019.

Stammler-Gossmann, Anna: “Arctic fisheries: fish and fishers’ movement.” – International seminar ’Climate, fish and fisheries sector: Local and indigenous perspectives. Arctic Centre, Rovaniemi, Finland. 16.-17.04.2019.

Stammler-Gossmann, Anna: “Thinking like a river: Community’s sense of belonging.” – Aquagraphy. A symposium. Tampere University. Tampere, Finland. 05.-06.03.2020.