Series of talks by the Faculty of Social Sciences

Paikka: 
Online event
Päivä: 
14.1.2021
Aika: 
18.00 - 21.00

The panel discussion is streamed over the Zoom platform. Join the Zoom Meeting here.

The Faculty of Social Sciences participates the annual Night of Science event by organizing a series of short lectures. The event will take place online from 18.00 to 21.00. See the fascinating programme below and stay tuned for further updates at the faculty's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/831701977618163.

Each lecture lasts approximately 20 minutes, after which there is time for questions and comments. We look forward to lively debates!

PROGRAM

18:00

  • Igor Mikeshin: Christianity in Russia and Russian Christianity

18:30

  • Mona Livholts: Immaterial Monuments, Narrative (In)equality and Glocal Social Work in Urban Spaces

19:00

  • Kris Clarke: Decolonizing Pathways towards Integrative Healing in Social Work

19:30

  • Säde Hormio: What is the responsibility of individuals for collectively caused harms?

20:00

  • Gwenaëlle Bauvois: The glocalisation of the Yellow Vests movement in Finland

20:30

  • Antti Tarvainen: Colonial fictions of innovation: Understanding the immersive power of Silicon Valley

Further information on the lecturers and their presentations: https://www.helsinki.fi/en/news/nordic-welfare-news/series-of-talks-by-the-faculty-of-social-sciences-on-january-14.