Whose History?

There is a need for a more diverse historical narrative in Finland. The status of minorities should be addressed also in official circumstances, even if it cannot be currently painted in an honourable or just light. We must be able to question the one dimensional and exclusive views on what it means to be Finnish. As the world is becoming ever more globalized, it is even less reasonable to present Finland as historiographically separate from the rest of the world.

Legacies of Colonialism in the Nordic Countries

  How are the legacies of colonialism dealt with in the Nordic Countries? What kind of discussions are taking place in the countries? What can we learn from their experience?   Join us in discussing these themes on Friday 25 January from 2 PM to 4 PM at Paasitorni (Paasivuorenkatu 5...


Our events are open for everyone interested in history. We deal with societal topics from a historical perspective. If you have ideas for future activities, do not hesitate to contact us.


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