Editors’ note: Student protests, historicities, and genres



In this Editors' note we introduce two new members to our editorial team, discuss student protests in Finland and anthropologists' support for them, and introduce the texts to this issue. This issue is a special is guest-edited by Dmitry Arzyutov and Karina Lukin entitled 'Entangled historicities in the Eurasian
North' consisting of an introductory article by Aryutov and Lukin as well as research articles by Lukin, Otso Kortekangas, Art Leete and Victoria Peemot.

In addition, this issue has a book forum on David Graeber's and David Wengrow's book The Dawn of Everytihng: A New History of Humanity (2021) curated by Ville Laakkonen, and contributions by Matti Eräsaari Khalil 'Avi' Betz-Heinemann, Linda Hulin and Veronica Walker Vadillo, and Tuomas Tammisto.

The issue is completed by Ilana Gershon's essay on artificial intelligence, and Large Language Models (LLM) in particular, and genre.

Editor's note



How to Cite

Tammisto, T., & Wilenius, H. (2023). Editors’ note: Student protests, historicities, and genres. Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society, 47(3), 1–8. https://doi.org/10.30676/jfas.137819