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
CfP: The "Great White North"?
The conference "Great White North"? - Critical Perspectives on Whiteness in the Nordics and its Neighbours is organized in Helsinki in August...
History of Experience
The theories, methodologies, and concepts of studying experiences were discussed in the conference History of Experience.
Science of Singing
Why do we sing? What happens in us and to us when we sing? Is it good for us? Does voice matter to identity?
CALLIOPE on the road: Knowlede on the Move
The annual conference of the Finnish society for Nineteenth-Century Studies, on the theme “Knowledge on the Move: the Circulation of Knowledge...
CALLIOPE introduced in HEL's Culture Club
Josephine Hoegaerts will introduce the CALLIOPE project in HEL's Culture Club.