Events

HEX Conference 2021 || HEX Conference 2020 || Teaching

Upcoming Events 2022

Tue 17 May, 14-16: Klaus Petersen ja Cecilie Bjerre – ”Our history” – a Citizen Science project on historical experiences of the family revolution (ca. 1960-1980) in Denmark

Thu 2 Jun, 17-20: The Future of Social History – Seminar to Celebrate Professor Emeritus Pertti Haapala Registration and programme

Tue 7 Jun, 14-16: DolorèsMartin Moruno – The Experience of Black Nurse during the Long Second World War: Salaria Kea O’Reilly (Book Chapter)

Tue 14 Jun, 14-16: Key Concepts of History of Experience -seminar, End of Season

Past Events 2022

Wed 11 May, 15-17: PhD Seminar – Jenni Räikkönen & Riikka Suominen (Commentator: Whitney Wood)

Tue 3 May, 14-16: Tuomas Laine-Frigren – Ask the Doctor: Mental Hygiene Among the Young in Fin-de-Siècle Finland

Tue 12 Apr, 14-16: Whitney Wood – “Sensory Histories of Childbirth in Twentieth-Century Canada”

Tue 5 Apr, 14-16: Kate Bradley – Connecting the Disconnected: Technology, advice, and civil rights in Britain, 1950-2000 – a research update.

Tue 15 Mar, 14-16 HEX Poster Seminar

Tue 8 Mar, 14-16: Mikkel Thelle – “Experiencing public space. Interpellation and sonic territories in Copenhagen around 1900″

Tue 22 Feb, 14-16: Karen McCluskey – “HEXart: an exploration of the intersection of the History of Experience and Art History”

Tue 15 Feb, 14-16: Sari Katajala-Peltomaa – Lived Religion in Medieval Finland – project introduction

Tue 8 Feb, 14-16: Oana Cojocaru – “Childhood and Experiences of Disability in Byzantium”

Tue 18 Jan, 14-16: Season Kick-off

Past Events 2021

Tue 7 Dec, 14-16: The history of experience of disenfranchised groups, minorities and marginalized subjects – methodology, ethics, positionality

Tue 30 Nov, 14-16: Riikka Miettinen & Kirsi Kanerva – Experiencing Anxieties in Medieval and Early Modern Northern Europe – book introduction draft

Tue 23 Nov, 14-16: Katrine Rønsig Larsen – ”Emotional Echoes as an Analytical Tool, and Collective Experiences of Family Violence in Denmark, 1970-2020 ”

Tue 16 Nov, 14-16: Otso Kortekangas (Postdoctoral researcher, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm) – “Indigenous avant la lettre. The origins and livelihoods of the Sámi in Nordic scholarly thought 1930–1960” (organized in cooperation with Tanja Vahtikari’s project “Baby Box as an Emotional Object”)

Tue 2 Nov, 14-16: Ville Kivimäki, Risto Turunen & Ilari Taskinen – History of experience & digital humanities

Tue 26 Oct, 14-16: Ulla Ijäs: “A rural priest in the 19th-century Finland:sources and the history of experience”

Tue 12 Oct, 14-16: HEX Publication Strategy seminar

Tue 5 Oct, 14-16: Tuomas Tepora: Project introduction. A Dim Light of Dawn: Finnish Post-Cold War Experiences Between East and West, 1989–1995

Tue 21. Sept, 14-16: Johanna Annola & Katariina Parhi: Dead-end work: Historical explorations of life in confinement, 1800s-1980s

Mon 7. June, 14-16: Thomas Devaney – “A noise that seems as if it will shake the world apart”: auditory perception and emotional experience in early modern Spain

Mon 10. May, 14-16: Klaus Petersen & Johanna Sköld – Inquiries, truth commissions and the politics of history

Mon 19. Apr, 14-16: Kate Bradley – Connecting the Disconnected: Technology, Advice, and Civil Rights in Britain, 1950-2000

Mon 22. Mar, 14-16: Anna Rajavuori – Dressed as a Socialist. Deputy Speaker Yrjö Sirola’s Performance in the Opening of the Parliament 1908

Mon 15. Mar, 14-16:Conference Feedback + Wiktor Marzec – Landed Nation. Land Reform and Ethnic Diversity in the Interwar Polish Parliament

8.-12. Mar: HEX Conference

Mon 22. Feb 14-16: Heikki Kokko & Minna Harjula – Sediments, layers and scenes: A social science history approach to experiences

Mon 8. Feb, 14-16: Kalle Kananoja – “Many dangers lurk in the tropics” – Lived medicine in twentieth-century Owamboland

Mon 1. Feb, 14-16: Book launch: Rob Boddice – Humane Professions & Sari Katajala-Peltomaa – Demonic Possession and Lived Religion in Later Medieval Europe

Mon 25 January, 14-16: Heidi Morrison – Introduction: Lived Resistance: Interrupting Unchilding in Palestine

Thu 14 January, 14-16: Kick off + Claudia Eggart – ‘People Pointed a Finger at Us’. Shame and Pride in the Biographies of Female Shuttle Traders in Post-Soviet Russia

 

Past Events 2020

Mon 14 December, 14-16: Ismay Milford – Moral Re-armament in East Africa: Decolonisation, the Cold War and a spiritual retreat in the Swiss Alps

Thu 10 December, 12-14: Mari Eyice – The outer periphery of empathy. Disability and emotional practices in early modern Sweden

Mon 7 December, 14-16: Rob Boddice

Mon 30 November, 14-16: Raisa Toivo & Sari Katajala-Peltomaa – Lived Religion, Introduction

Mon 23 November, 14-16: Ville Kivimäki – Experiencing Trauma Before Trauma. Posttraumatic Memory Among the Finnish Soldiers in the 1940s and 1950s

Mon 2 November, 14-16: Tanja Vahtikari – Project presentation: Baby Box as an Emotional Object: the Sociomaterial Experiences of the Finnish Welfare State from the 1930s to the Present

Mon 26 October, 14-16: Sigríður Matthíasdóttir – Agency and Everyday Experiences of an East Icelandic Migrant and Entrepreneur Pálína Waage´s “Lived Religion” and “Lived Nationalism”

Mon 5 October, 14-16: Heidi Morrison & Per Ashorn – “Historians and Medical Scientists Doing Collaborative Work: An Open Conversation”

Mon 28 September, 14-16: Tuomas Laine-Frigren – Children on the Move. The Readjustment of Child Evacuees Returning to Finland After World War II

Mon 7 September, 12-16: HEX kickoff meeting at museum centre Vapriikki

Mon, 18 May, 10-12: Johanna Annola, Minna Harjula & Hanna Lindberg – Cleaning Up the North -project (Teams)

Mon 4 May, 10-12: Raisa Toivo & Sari Katajala-Peltomaa: Gender and Lived Religion in Medieval and Early Modern Europe -project (Teams)

Mon 20 April, 10-12: HEX-Conference 2020 Feedback (Teams)

Mon 6 April, 10-12: Ville Kivimäki, Sami Suodenjoki & Tanja Vahtikari Lived Nation -project (Teams)

Mon 9 March, 10-12: Heidi Morrison, guest lecture “Narrations of Survival – The Impact of Being Occupied on Palestinian Children”, Linna 5026

Mon-Wed 2-4 March: The international HEX Conference “History of Experience: Methodologies and Practices”, Tampere University Programme.)

Mon 10 February, 10-12: Miia Kuha: “Parish clergy in the diocese of Vyborg 1650-1710: Career and position in the local community”

Mon 27 January, 10-12: Reetta Eiranen, postdoc project  ’Emotions in Ambivalent Nationalisms’

Mon 13 January, 10-12: HEX workshop

 

Past Events 2019

Mon 9 December 16-18: HEX Pre-Christmas party

Mon 9 December 10-12: HEX workshop, Rob Boddice, “Experience without foundations, or the perils of empathy”

Mon 25 November 14-16: HEX workshop, Rose-Marie Peake, “‘Fallen Women’ and Queer Revelations in Catholic Reformation France: Project Presentation”

Mon 11 November 10- : NIOD visits HEX

Wed 13 November 15-17: HEX seminar, Ville Kivimäki, “Nocturnal Nation: Posttraumatic Nightmares in Finland after World War II”

Mon 4 November 14-16: HEX workshop, concepts IV

Mon 14 October 14-16: HEX workshop, concepts III

Wed 9 October 15-17: HEX in Research Seminar, Rose-Marie Peake

Mon 16 September 14-16: HEX workshop, Narrare (Centre for Interdisciplinary Narrative Studies) and  the Network of Experience Studies (Kokemuksen tutkimuksen verkosto) are visiting

Wed 21August – Fri 23 August: Conference ‘Experiences of Dis/ability from the Late Middle Ages to the Mid-Twentieth Century’. More information and programme: https://events.uta.fi/disabilityexperience2019/.

Mon 10 June 12-14: HEX workshop, concepts of experience II

Tue 4 June: Workshop (Lived religion): Personalization of pre- and early modern religion

Mon 27 May 14-16: HEX workshop, concepts of experience I

Wed 8 May 15-17: HEX in Research Seminar, Minna Harjula, presentation on citizen experiences in welfate state (“Kun kansalainen kohtasi hyvinvointivaltion: suomalaisten sosiaalivirastojen kokemushistoriaa 1940-1980-luvuilla”)

Mon 29 April 12-14: HEX workshop, Ville Kivimäki, “Feeling the Fatherland. Finnish Soldiers’ Lyrical Attachments to the Nation during the Second World War”

Wed 3.4. klo 15-17: HEX in Research Seminar, Sami Suodenjoki, presentation on song pamphlets in mobilizing working class revolutionary experience (“Arkkiveisut työväen kumouskokemusten mobilisoijina”)

Mon 25.3. klo 14-16: HEX workshop, Antti Malinen, presentation on children’s emotional refuges in Finland in the 1940–1950s (”Kaverit, koirat ja joenmutkat. Lasten emotionaaliset turvapaikat ja niiden saavutettavuus 1940–50-lukujen Suomessa”)

Mon-Tue 4.-5.3. HEX Conference: History of Experience: Theories, Methodologies, and Concepts