COLLeGIUM is a scholarly, open-access journal published by the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies.
The latest volume is titled Cosmopolitanism and Transnationalism: Visions, Ethics and Practices.
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Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies is an independent institute within the University of Helsinki. Its aims are:
- to enhance scholarly excellence within humanities and social sciences;
- to endorse dialogue between different academic orientations;
- to provide an innovative environment for concentrated study;
- to encourage theoretical and methodological reflection in research;
- to promote international visibility of Finnish research and interaction between scholars from all over the world.
The French Academy honoured Jaakko Hintikka
The Honorary Fellow of the HCAS, Professor Jaakko Hintikka was nominated to be a member at the French Académie des sciences morales et politiques. The académie was founded in 1795, and it is one of the five academies of the Institut de France.
What is Digital Humanities? Is it useful? Why is it trendy?
Helsinki Digital Humanities Day, 3 December 2014
HDH Day is an event for researchers, doctoral students, research directors, librarians, and administrators who are interested in developing research on digital humanities and social sciences.
Interview with Michal Ben-Naftali
Author Michal Ben-Naftali talks about her intellectual background, Hebrew language, and her recent work in the latest HCAS Newsletter: "Though stories I manage to look with audacity at situations which in daily life I prefer to perceive as harmonic, prefer not to recognize their deep ambivalence and their potential for perversion."
29 October 2014
The first lecture of Kympin sarja, the HCAS's public lecture serie in Finnish
1-2 December 2014
HCAS Symposium: Big data approaches to intellectual and linguistic history
3 December 2014
Helsinki Digital Humanities Day
Anu Raunio holds a PhD in Italian Studies from the University of Turku. Her doctoral thesis examined cross-cultural encounters between Italy and Scandinavia in the 17th century. Her current research project focus on three previously unknown travel accounts depicting Scandinavia in the 17th century. These manuscripts open the way for an investigation into 17th-century cross-cultural encounters and provide an insight from a foreigners’ point of view to the early modern North.
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