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WORKSHOP: The Hermeneutics of Violence

”The Hermeneutics of Violence” is part of a larger project entitled Interpreting Violence: Narrative, Ethics and Hermeneutics, funded by the Joint Committee for Nordic research councils in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The second workshop, to be held at Turku University August 27-29 … Continue reading

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Full Schedule in May!

Check out the event schedule for May and join us!

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Introducing new Selma post-doctoral scholar: AVRIL TYNAN

In 2019 SELMA is welcoming two new postdoctoral scholars: today we introduce AVRIL TYNAN, conducting her research in comparative literature at TIAS where she is working on her project ‘Father or Failure: Fathers in Francophone Literature and Film since 1945’. … Continue reading

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SELMA starts new semester with the conference on storytelling

  Photo: Maria Vasenkari The International Conference “Uses and Abuses of Storytelling: Theorizing the Intersections of Narrative, Memory and Identity”, organized by the University of Turku, 14-16 February 2019, brought together scientists of the storytelling and cultural memory to reflect on … Continue reading

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Dear Selma followers! We look forward to Christmas holidays after the very busy 2018 SELMA year! Before we come back in 2019 with a fresh programme, please find below a ‘goody bag’ with calls and invitations for conferences, workshops and symposiums (organized by or in … Continue reading

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Project launch: IDENTITY WORK

This kick-off event will introduce and discuss SELMA’s new Academy of Finland project IDENTITY WORK: NARRATIVE AGENCY, METANARRATIVITY AND BIBLIOTHERAPY, which is part of the Consortium INSTRUMENTAL NARRATIVES.  The sub-project of the team in Turku focuses on the uses and … Continue reading

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WORKSHOP: The Cost of Bearing Witness

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