Verkosto | Сеть | Network

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Keisariaika-verkosto perustettiin lokakuussa 2016. Se on tarkoitettu niille suomalaisille tutkijoille, jotka tarkastelevat suomalais-venäläistä vuorovaikutusta pitkän 1800-luvun aikana.

Yhteistä vuosisataamme on tutkinut vahva jo emeritusprofessoreiksi siirtynyt sukupolvi, mutta nuoremman tutkijapolven keskuudessa on harvinaista tutkia Suomen historiaa venäjänkieliseen kirjallisuuteen tukeutuen tai venäläisiä lähteitä käyttäen. Suomen 1800-luvun historiaa on usein tarkasteltu ikään kuin tyhjiössä ja Venäjän imperiumin muodostama konteksti ohittaen.

Tavoitteenamme on korjata tilannetta, tuoda alan suomalaiset tutkijat yhteen, kiinnittää huomiota venäläisiin aineistoihin ja yhteiseen ylirajaiseen historiaan sekä edistää suomalais-venäläistä tutkijayhteistyötä.

Toimintamuotoina ovat Keisariaika-sähköpostilista, yhteiset tapaamiset sekä Pietarissa järjestettävät seminaarit.

Verkoston jäseniltä ei edellytetä venäjän kielen taitoa, vaan tärkeintä on kiinnostus yhteiseen suomalais-venäläiseen historiaan.

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Cеть контактов «Имперский период» была создана в октябре 2016 года. Она предназначена для тех финских исследователей, которые занимаются финско-российскими взаимоотношениями и взаимовлияниями в 19 веке.

То столетие, в течение которого Финляндия была частью Российской империи, было объектом исследования выдающихся финских историков, которые, однако, в настоящее время вошли в пенсионный возраст. Молодое поколение учёных при изучении истории Финляндии редко использует русскоязычные источники и литературу. Поэтому зачастую финская история в 19 веке рассматривается как бы в вакууме, без учёта имперского контекста.

Мы ставим себе целью исправить эту ситуацию, объединить финских исследователей, занимающихся этой проблематикой и обратить их внимание на русские источники, на общеисторический фон событий, а также развивать финско-российское научное сотрудничество.

Наша деятельность будет осуществляться как в форме обмена электронными посланиями через сеть «Имперский период», так и в ходе общих встреч исследователей, а также организуемых в Санкт-Петербурге семинаров.

От участников нашей сети контактов не требуется знания русского языка. Мы полагаем наиболее важным их интерес к общей финско-российской истории. Основным языком сети является финский.

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The Imperial Era Network was established in October 2016. It is intended for those Finnish researchers who are interested in the Finnish-Russian interaction of the long nineteenth century.

The focus of our shared interest, the ‘Russian’ century of Finnish history, was a favourite topic for several distinguished professors. Since their retirement, the younger generation of researchers has seldom studied Finnish history in the light of Russian literature and Russian sources. Finnish history of the nineteenth century has often been examined as if in a vacuum. The imperial Russian context has been neglected.

To improve the situation, we intend to bring together Finnish researchers of our field, to highlight Russian research materials and our shared transnational history, and to promote Finnish-Russian cooperation of researchers.

To achieve our objectives, we maintain a mailing list and organise scholarly gatherings in Finland as well as seminars in Saint Petersburg.

Knowledge of Russian language is not required of the network members. All that is needed is an interest in the shared Finnish-Russian past.

 

Koordinaattorit | Координаторы | Coordinators

Dr Ira Jänis-Isokangas, Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki
Docent, Dr Kristiina Kalleinen, Political history, University of Helsinki
Dr Alex Snellman, Finnish and Nordic history, University of Helsinki

Blogi | Блог | Blog

Panel 2

Tutkijat | Исследователи | Researchers

  1. Docent, Dr Liisa Byckling, Russian cultural studies, University of Helsinki
    theatre research, Russian literature and theatre history, Michael Chekhov, Anton Chekhov, Finnish-Russian cultural contacts
  2. Intendent Tryggve Gestrin, History and archaeology, University of Helsinki and Espoo City Museum
    The Demidoff enterprises and their connection to Finland, 18th and 19th Century industrial history, manorial history, prosopography, Aurora Karamzin, Carl Tersmeden
  3. Doctoral student Mirko Harjula, Finnish and Nordic history, University of Helsinki
    Russian army and navy, their presence in Finland, Finns in Russian military service; Dissertation topic The Officers of Finnish origin in Russian military service 1717-1917
  4. Graduate student Noora Hemminki, Archaeology, University of Oulu
    Russian influence on material culture in 19th century Finland, Russian soldiers in Östermyra gunpowder factory, Russian archaeology
  5. Dr Ulla Ijäs, University Teacher, University of Turku
    Old Finland, Viipuri/Vyborg/Выборг, 18th and 19th century, urban history, material culture history
  6. Dr Jussi Jalonen, History, University of Tampere
    military history, nationalism, Polish-Finnish connections, borderlands of the Empire
  7. Dr Ira Jänis-Isokangas, Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki
    social and political history of Revolutionary Russia, history of political violence, history of Russian administration and law
  8. Docent, Dr Kristiina Kalleinen, Political history, University of Helsinki
    Finnish administrative and political history and elites, the governors-general administration in Finland, Finnish-Russian relations, Minister State Secretary Robert Henrik Rehbinder, the Nordenskiöld family
  9. Dr Hanna Kemppi, Art history, University of Helsinki
    Orthodox church architecture, icons and ecclesiastical art, Old Finland and Karelia, history of the Orthodox Church in Finland, old believers, nationalism
  10. Doctoral student Nuppu Koivisto, General history, University of Helsinki
    history of 19th-century popular music, urban history, history of music hall performers and restaurant orchestras
  11. Doctoral student Sani Kontula-Webb, Art history, I. Repin St. Petersburg State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture
    Finnish artists in Russia 1809-1917, the influence the Russian Imperial Art Academy had on Finnish art in the 19th century
  12. Dr Karina Lukin, Folklore studies, University of Helsinki
    indigenous history, history of ethnography and folklore studies, Siberia, North
  13. Dr Aleksi Mainio, Finnish and Nordic history, University of Helsinki
    History of revolutionary Russia, Russian emigration to Finland, history of the Finnish civil war, history of political violence and terrorism, history of Cold War journalism
  14. Dr Jani Marjanen, History, University of Helsinki
    history of political thought, transformation of the public sphere, nationalism and patriotism
  15. Dr Nathanaelle Minard-Törmänen, History, University of Helsinki
    cultural history, history of representations, Russian travellers in Finland, Old Finland, 18th and 19th centuries
  16. Docent, Dr Jyrki Paaskoski, Finnish and Russian history, University of Helsinki and University of Eastern Finland
    Finnish-Russian political, economic and cultural relations, manorial economy in Eastern Finland, Alexander I, Nicholas I
  17. Dr Maare Paloheimo, University of Greifswald
    business-government relations, economic legislation, Russian businessmen in Finland, border studies, mobility
  18. Docent, Dr Jyrki Pöysä, Folklore studies and ethnology, University of Eastern Finland
    history of ethnographic fieldwork and archives, Karelians and other Finno-Ugric peoples
  19. Docent, Dr Susanna Rabow-Edling, Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Uppsala University
    The Russian Empire and its Western periphery, Russian America, the relationship between nation and empire, Russian nationalism and liberalism in the 19th century, the role of Finland in the Russian empire, women and empire
  20. Dr Robert Schweitzer, History, University of Marburg
    constitutional history of 19th Century Finland, Finland’s position in the Russian Empire, Russia’s borderland policy, German migration to Finland, Old Finland (Vyborg region), Finnish students in Germany, Minister State Secretary Alexander Armfelt
  21. Dr Aleksei Shkvarov, History, University of Helsinki
    the families of Russian-Finlandish soldiers, the daily life of Finlandish women under the influence of Russian military presence
  22. Dr Alex Snellman, Finnish and Nordic history, University of Helsinki
    history of nobility, manorial history, social history, historical artefact studies, civil uniforms, General Adjutant Anders Edvard Ramsay
  23. Dr Elina Sopo, Cultural heritage studies, University of Turku
    socio-cultural history, patronage, cultural communication, knowledge production and dissemination, history of collecting, history of medicine
  24. Graduate student Kersti Tainio, Art history, University of Helsinki
    architectural restoration, Vyborg Castle, provenance research, private art collections in pre-revolutionary Russia, art export from Soviet Union
  25. Dr Ulla Tillander-Godenhielm, Art history, Helsinki
    Russian imperial award system, the art of St. Petersburg gold- and
    silversmiths
  26. Doctoral student Kati Toivanen, Finnish and Nordic history, University of Helsinki
    dissertation topic The Military High Court in Finland 1816–1831
  27. Docent, Dr Marina Vituhnovskaja-Kauppala, Russian studies, University of Helsinki
    Finland and Eastern Karelia in Russian imperial policy, Civil War in Eastern Karelia, politics of memory and collective memory in Russia and Finland
  28. Dr Marja Vuorinen, Social science history, University of Helsinki
    nationalism, ideological elites, semiotics of power, political conflicts and identity building
  29. Dr Johanna Wassholm, History, Åbo Akademi University
    Finnish national identity, language identity, history writing, history culture, ethnicity and trade
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Yhteydenotto | Контакты | Contact

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We are a select group of researchers who specialise in this theme. We keep our membership limited. If you are interested in the membership or wish to contact the researchers, please use this form. The main language of the network email list is Finnish.