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CfP Ethnologia Fennica 2/2023: Hope in times of crisis and transformation

2022-11-17


The issue 2/2023 of Ethnologia Fennica calls for a broad range of articles that deal with how individuals, activists, communities, or movements mobilize, use, and evoke hope. Where does hope happen, and how? Under which circumstances emerges and flourishes hope? What kind of narratives are constructed based on hope? In what kind of personally overwhelming or global global crises and transformations can hope help to imagine new alternatives and to become resilient and active?

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Vol. 49 No. 1 (2022): Heritage and Personal Memories
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The theme of this Ethnologia Fennica 2022 issue (vol. 49:1) is the shaping and representing of individual lives and memories in the context of heritage and heritagisation. Today, heritage and cultural institutions such as museums and archives are well aware of their social and political role and strive to increase ecological, cultural, and social sustainability. Therefore, they constantly seek more democratic practices with respect to how people and communities are represented and by whom. One way of achieving these objectives is to increase the use of oral history and life writings in public history activities. 

In our themed call “Heritage and Personal Memories” we asked for articles discussing various ways of using oral history and personal memories in public history activities and participatory processes. We were interested in how applied ethnographic work and ethnological research affect these activities.

Published: 2022-10-01

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