Vocal Articulations of Parliamentary Identity and Empire (CALLIOPE) is a research project based at Helsinki University's Department of Cultures and funded by European Research Council. Focusing on the role of human voices in practices of political transfer, it looks 'beyond' Europe to understand how representation and citizenship were articulated in the British and French empires of the nineteenth century.
Vocal Articulations of Parliamentary Identity and Empire
CALLIOPE - ERC Starting Grant funded project 2018-2023
CALLIOPE on the road: Historicising Masculinities
The conference "Historicising Masculinities" was held at Newcastle University on 2-4 July 2019. CALLIOPE PI Josephine Hoegaerts presented her...
CALLIOPE on the road: MLA International Symposium
The 2019 Modern Language Association (MLA) International Symposium was held at Universidade Católica Portuguesa in Lisbon, Portugal on 23-25...
CALLIOPE on the road: Memory Studies Associaton conference
The Third Annual Memory Studies Association Conference was held at Complutense University Madrid, Spain, from 25th to 28th June 2019.
CALLIOPE on the road: India and Pakistan: The Formative Phase
Postdoctoral researcher Esha Sil presented a paper in the conference "India and Pakistan: The Formative Phase, 1947 - c.1960" held at Senate...
Visiting fellowship in the University of the Aegean
As CALLIOPE is named after the Greek muse of eloquence and poetry, it was only a matter of time before she would make it to Greece.