Anne Heimo, Dr. Adjunct professor of Folkloristics, School of History, Culture and Arts Studies, University of Turku. She is the chair of the Finnish Oral History Network (FOHN) and co-chair of the European Social Science History Conference (ESSHC) Oral history and Life Stories network. In addition to oral history research and memory studies her research interests include participatory historical culture, online memory practices and diasporic genealogy. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Her most recent publications include:
Heimo, Anne 2016: Nordic-Baltic oral history on the move. – Oral history 44:2, 37–46.
Heimo, Anne 2016: Socialist Endeavors, Fist Presses and Pen Wars: Literacy practices of early Finnish migrants in Australia. – Ann-Catrine Edlund, Anna Kuismin & Timothy Ashplant (eds.): Reading and Writing from Below: Exploring the Margins of Modernity. Vardagligt skriftbruk. Umeå University & Royal Skyttean Society, 97–113.
Heimo, Anne 2014: The 1918 Finnish Civil War Revisited: The Digital Aftermath. –Anne Heimo, Ene Kõresaar & Pauliina Latvala (eds.): Folklore 57: History, Culture and Selected Pasts, 141–168.