Pauliina Latvala-Harvilahti
Adjunct prof. Dos.

Itä-Suomen yliopisto

pauliina.latvala-harvilahti@utu.fi



Reception at Wed on 12-14:00

ORCID identifier: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4930-1915

Tulevaisuuden tutkimuskeskus

Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura

Itä-Suomen yliopisto


Areas of expertise
Intangible Cultural Heritage, Peat Cultures and Artistic Performances, Oral History, Narrated History, Political narratives and Experiences of Everyday Political Culture, Cultural Heritage Conventions, Heritage Politics, Everyday life, Archived memoirs, Interviews, Memory and Power.

Research
History Culture and Selected Past, Guest editors: Ene Kõresaar, Anne Heimo and Pauliina Latvala -Folklore (2014, vol 57) http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/vol57/index.html Approaching Methodology (2013). Edited by Frog Pauliina Latvala with Helen F. Leslie. An introduction by Ulrika Wolf-Knuts. Finnish Academy of Science and Letters. Annales Academiae Scientiarum Fennicae. Humaniora 368. Sastamala 2. rev. ed., 429 pp. Earlier online version: http://www.helsinki.fi/folkloristiikka/English/RMN/RMNNewsletter_4_MAY_2012_Approaching_Methodology.pdf 2013 monograph "Narrated Politics. Oral History Research on Everyday Political Culture" in Finnish (post-doc research): Kerrottu politiikka. Muistitietotutkimus arjen poliittisesta kulttuurista. The Finnish Literature Society, Helsinki. 2011 edited by Sami Lakomäki, Pauliina Latvala and Kirsi Laurén (in Finnish: Tekstien rajoilla): Translation: "Crossing Boudaries. Multidisciplinary approaches to written materials". The Finnish Literature Society, Helsinki. 2005 dissertation on oral history of the family: Katse menneisyyteen "The Glimpse of the Past". The Finnish Literature Society, Helsinki. Member of SELMA (University of Turku) https://selmacentre.wordpress.com/members/

Teaching
Cultural Heritage Studies (University of Turku/ UCPori 2015-2016: - Field Work Methods - International Heritage Conventions and Heritage Politics - Transnationalism and Otherness - Tracking the Cultural Heritage Process - Cultural Heritage in the Museum: Year 1918 in online exhibitions - LARP as a Platform for Narrativizing History

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