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Call for papers: Ethnologia Fennica 2020 (vol.47: 1): Creating, Authoring, and Owning the Shared. Challenging Commons in Cultural Studies

2019-04-12

The theme of the Ethnologia Fennica 2020, 47: 1 is cultural commons. Ethnologia Fennica will publish a thematic issue related to questions of private and public or individual and collective ownership, authorship, and creativity of culture and tradition. We invite scholars to contribute to the issue with articles, review articles, and commentaries on themes including, but not restricted to: collective creation in vernacular or institutional practices; collective ownership or commons; cultural appropriation; heritage and repatriation; heritage, power, and recognition

Please submit your language revised article (which should not exceed 10 000 words) through the Journal submission system (https://journal.fi/ethnolfenn) by 15 August 2019. Authors need to register with the journal prior to submitting or, if already registered, can simply log in and begin the submission process. For further instructions to the author, see author guidelines in the journal’s web site (https://journal.fi/ethnolfenn/about/submissions). Dr Karina Lukin from the University of Helsinki will act as visiting Editor-in-Chief for this thematic issue. Editor-in-Chief responsible for the issue is Dr Tytti Steel. Contact e-mail: EF@ethnosry.org

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Vol 45 (2018): Crisis and Recoveries

The current volume (45) of Ethnologia Fennica  focuses on the theme “Crisis and Recoveries”. The three articles published under the theme approach the war and crisis from new perspectives: those of personal narratives and various groups of civil society such as children who have long been excluded from standard historical memory. They also concentrate on the recovery side of crisis: they ask how individual persons and communities have recovered from the crises caused by or related to the war, and how the crisis are commemorated and reinterpreted. Additionally, the articles pay attention to the experiences of the younger generations who have no personal memories of the events but whose lives have been affected by the war and especially by the silences and tension surrounding it.

Published: 2018-12-21

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