BALTIC CONNECTIONS: Conference in Social Science History
Accommodation & Registration
Jyväskylä has a wide range of hotels to choose from, from hostels offering budget accommodation to cozy boutique hotels and a number of well-furbished quality hotels. The hotel room rates in Finland are reasonable, and the rates include taxes, a buffet breakfast, free WIFI and often also the opportunity to use the guest sauna.
Registration system for the conference will open in the end of January. In the meantime, please check our Registration page for information on fees, included events and payment options.
The Baltic Connections 2020 will take place at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, from March 26 to 27, and is hosted by the Department of History and Ethnology and co-hosted by the discipline of Economic and Social History at the University of Helsinki. As with the inaugural conference last year in Helsinki, we aim to bring together scholars working on comparative, economic, social, global, and other types of history and related social sciences to address various “East- West” historical processes and events as well as comparative and transnational analysis, including at the Baltic region, Europe, and the world.
The second Riitta Hjerppe Lecture in Social Science History will be given by Stephen Broadberry (University of Oxford). Further outstanding keynotes will be delivered by Kerstin Enflo (Lund University) and Sakari Saaritsa (University of Helsinki).