CFP Ethnologia Fennica 2/2024: Sensing the urban


The method of sensory ethnography is currently well established. Ethnographers have paid attention to different senses, such as eyesight, sound, smell and touch as well as noticed that the experiences are often multisensorial. It has been suggested that there are even more ways of sensing the world than we acknowledge at the present. For the special issue of Ethnologia Fennica 2/2024 we invite articles that discuss different ways of doing sensory research in urban settings containing sensorial perception, knowing and practices related to city and urban environment in present and through time.

Please submit the abstract by 8 December 2023, and the article manuscript by 22 of March 2024. The deadline for reviews, reports and commentary texts is 31 August 2024. The issue will be published in December 2024. 

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Vol. 50 No. 1 (2023): Breaking the Rules
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This volume of Ethnologia Fennica introduces topics addressed at the 15th SIEF congress, held online in June 2021. The event was hosted by the University of Helsinki. The theme of the congress was ‘Breaking the Rules: Power, Participation and Transgression’, bringing to the fore discourses and practices of making, breaking, reinterpreting and transgressing rules. The idea was to examine the implications of ‘breaking the rules’ in various social, economic, political, cultural and academic contexts. This special issue of Ethnologia Fennica has been edited by visiting editors Eerika Koskinen-Koivisto, Hanna Snellman and Tiina Suopajärvi.

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