CfP Extended: Open Call for Article Submissions for Ethnologia Fennica vol. 46 (2019)


The CfP for Ethnologia Fennica has been extended. The deadline for full manuscript submission is December 31st, 2018. The volume 46 will be published at the end of 2019.


Ethnologia Fennica is a peer reviewed open access journal of the Association of Finnish Ethnologists. The journal publishes original scholarly articles, review articles, conference reports and book reviews. The articles undergo peer review. Volume 46 is an open volume; all article submissions from (European) ethnology and related fields are welcome. Articles may be written in English or German and should not exceed 10 000 words.


Please submit your language revised article through the Journal submission system ( Authors need to register with the journal prior to submitting or, if already registered, can simply log in and begin the submission process. Further instructions to the author see author guidelines in the journal’s web site (


Ethnologia Fennica welcomes also suggestions for thematic issues for volume 47 published in 2020. Send your suggestion to editor-in-chief Arja Turunen (arja.h.turunen[at]


Please do not hesitate to contact the editors or members of the editorial board for more details.

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Current Issue

Vol 44 (2017): Material Culture

The study of material culture is one of the core fields that characterize ethnology as a discipline. This year’s volume of Ethnologia Fennica presents contemporary ethnological research on material culture.

This volume of Ethnologia Fennica is the last volume published in print. Starting from the next volume (vol. 45), Ethnologia Fennica will be an electronic open access journal published in Open Journal Systems. The journal’s electronic archive also includes several EF’s previously published volumes. The journal’s new management and publishing service is provided by the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies and it was launched in 2015. Thanks to the technical and other valuable support from the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies and to the funding granted by the Emil and Lempi Hietanen fund of the Seurasaari Foundation, the transition has progressed smoothly, and Ethnologia Fennica is now able to step into the age of open access journals.

Published: 2018-02-15


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