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The Aleksanteri Institute hosts an Open Day on 13 May 2009 between 1 p.m and 5 p.m.

The programme includes presentations by researchers of the graduate school and the Aleksanteri Visiting Scholar Programme. There will also be information stands presenting the institute’s various activities and a chance to win some good books.

Print the programme poster here (pdf)

Presentations in the 2nd floor meeting room

1 p.m. - 2.15 p.m.

Music - Srećne Duše

Presentations by researchers in the Graduate School: POLITIIKKAA, POLITIIKKAA!

  • vähemmistöpolitiikkaa
    Matti Jutila: Miksi Viron historialla politikoidaan?
  • kuvien politiikkaa
    Iina Kohonen: Sensuuria ja retusointia - kuinka neuvostovalokuva paljastaa peittämällä?
  • kansalaisjärjestöpolitiikkaa
  • Meri Kulmala: Venäläiset kansalaisjärjestöt - palveluntuottajia vaiko politiikkavaikuttajia?
  • nuorisopolitiikkaa
    Jussi Lassila: Kuinka epävirallistaa virallista nuorisopolitiikkaa? “Meikäläisten” mahdoton tehtävä
  • kylmän sodan politiikkaa
    Riikka Nisonen-Trnka: Oliko rautaesiripussa aukkoja? Tshekkoslovakia, tiede ja kylmä sota

2.45 p.m. - 4.30 p.m.

Presentations by the researchers of the Visiting Scholar Programme

  • Margarita Balmaceda: Ukraine’s energy relations with Russia after the Orange Revolution: for better or for worse?
  • Maya Nadkarni: What drives nostalgia for the socialist past in postsocialist Hungary?
  • Juraj Buzalka: What explains the rise of populism in Central Eastern Europe?
  • Greg Simons: How does the Russian state use PR and respond to propaganda during times of conflict?

Project stands, wide open doors & books on sale!

Research Projects * Master’s Programme * Graduate School * ECEBB * Ukrainian Studies * Alumni Association * Information Services * Kikimora Publications book sale

Refreshments & music

Welcome!

For more information, please cantact Anna-Maria Salmi or Niina Into (firstname.lastname@helsinki.fi)