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Faculty of Arts

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Faculty office:
Fabianinkatu 33, 2nd floor
Faculty of Arts
P.O. Box 3
00014 University of Helsinki

Phone: +358 (0)294 1911 (exchange)
Fax: +358 (0)2941 23100
Studies:
hum-info(at)helsinki.fi
Postgraduate Studies:
hum-postgrad(at)helsinki.fi

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The Faculty of Arts at the University of Helsinki is Finland’s oldest and largest institution for teaching and research in the humanities. It offers a wide range of fields of study and international contacts.

Helsinki Digital Humanities Day, 3 December 2014

What is Digital Humanities? Is it useful? Why is it trendy?

Helsinki Digital Humanities 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 at the University of Helsinki and in Finland more broadly. The purpose of the day is to learn from international and domestic digital humanities programs and to develop this research area in Finland through workshop sessions geared to researchers.

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The history of corporate responsibility ranges from beauty ideals to environmental concerns

The history of corporate responsibility ranges from beauty ideals to environmental concerns   The beauty industry has a great responsibility for influencing public opinion, says Geoffrey G. Jones, professor of business history at Harvard. But the corporate world cannot solve all of the world's problems.Professor Jones has researched the history of corporate responsibility, and believes in cooperation between companies and governments.

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Suzie Thomas – from Glasgow to a university lectureship in museology in Helsinki

Suzie Thomas  from Glasgow to a university lectureship in museology in Helsinki   Suzie Thomas arrived in the University of Helsinki for a month-long visiting fellowship in archaeology in the spring of 2013. She liked the atmosphere at the University, and enjoyed the city. A few months later she noticed that the Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies was inviting international applications for the position of university lecturer in museology.

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Marcus Hjulhammar is the first assistant professor in Baltic maritime archaeology

Marcus Hjulhammar is the first assistant professor in Baltic maritime archaeology   The Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies has appointed three new members of staff to teaching and research positions established with donated funds. The latest arrival, Marcus Hjulhammar, began work as a tenure track assistant professor of Baltic maritime archaeology this February. Assistant Professor Hjulhammar can now be found working alongside other archaeologists in the Topelia building on Unioninkatu.

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Major investment on digital humanities in Finland

Major investment on digital humanities in Finland   Finland's first professorship in research on digital resources has been established within the discipline of language technology at the Department of Modern Languages, University of Helsinki.

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