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History Departments and Scientific
- History Departments in Finland: http://www.utu.fi/agricola/tutk/laitokset/histlaitokset.html
- Here you can find a concise list of the History Departments
and their home pages on the Web.
- Studying Finnish history in Finland:
- Ministry of Education: Finnish Institutes Abroad:
- Virtual University of Finland: http://www.utu.fi/agricola/tutk/laitokset/histlaitokset.html
- Recently established Virtual University of Finland offers also
curriculum in history
- Institutes Relating to History in Finland: http://www.utu.fi/agricola/tutk/laitokset/instituut.html
- This is link page for connecting to the historically-oriented
institutes functioning in Finland.
- Aleksanteri Institute: Finnish Centre for Russian and
East European Studies: http://www.halvi.helsinki.fi/aleksanteri/English/index.html
- Historical Associations: http://www.utu.fi/agricola/tutk/seurat/tietseurat.html
- This is a good link page for most of the historical
associations functioning in Finland today.
- Finnish Associations of Humanities, List:
- Finnish Historical Society: http://www.histseura.fi/hakemisto_e.html
- This Society is an important source for tracking publications
and following movements within the Finnish historiography. Some of the
material, including publications, can be found on the Web.
- Finnish Economic History Association: http://www.jyu.fi/tdk/hum/historia/index2.html
- This Association provides links and samples of research
papers, in English, on Finnish economic history.
- Historical Society:
- Finnish Museum Foundation:
- Jyvaskyla Historical Association: http://www.jyu.fi/~jaojala/hy/
- Association of ethnologists.
- Glossa: http://elo.helsinki.fi/~kahlos/glossa.htm
- Association for researchers of Middle Ages.
- Federation of History Teachers:
- Finnish Archeological Society: http://rontti.helsinki.fi/sarks/
- Chydenius Institute: http://educa.kpnet.fi/kpkeko/chydeni/english/index.htm
- The Chydenius Institute in Kokkola is an education and research unit of the
University of Jyväskylä
- Christina Institute for Women's Stdies: http://www.helsinki.fi/~kris_ntk/instituutti/english/index.htm
- Christina Institute promotes women's studies, coordinates and administers
relevant instruction, encourages women's studies by providing premises and
equipment for researchers, maintains contacts with other institutes for women's
studies, and distributes information on women's studies.
- Finnish Church Historical Society: http://www.helsinki.fi/teol/khl/skhs/
- The Institute of Women's Studies at Åbo Akademi
- The Women's Studies programme at Åbo Akademi University strives to give
students a broad knowledge of and a familiarity with feminist methodology and
- The Department of Women's Studies: http://www.uta.fi/laitokset/naistutkimus/english.htm
- Department of Women´s Studies has covered such topics as gendered
structures of working life, the gender system of the Finnish welfare state,
women in Finnish national and local history and politics etc.
- Renvall Institute: http://www.helsinki.fi/hum/renvall/mainpage.html
- The Institute is a multidiciplinary part of the Faculty of Arts and its
research interests benefit several faculties of the university. The key
principles of Renvall Institute are close international cooperation and
connections to the society.
- Institute of Migration: http://www.utu.fi:80/erill/instmigr/
- The tasks of the Institute of Migration are: to promote the collection,
storage and documentation of research material relating to international and
internal migration including immigrants and refugees, to carry out and to
promote migration research, to publish reseach reports, books and articles on
migration, and to develop co-operation between the universities and special
organizations related to migration, both within Finland and abroad.
- The Finnish Institute of International Affairs: http://www.upi-fiia.fi/indexe.html
Ulkopoliittinen instituutti (UPI), is an independent, private think-tank
focused on issues related to international relations and foreign policy.
- The National Board of Antiquities: http://www.nba.fi/Home.htm The National
Board of Antiquities preserves Finland's material cultural heritage and
environment and collects and distributes knowledge of them.
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About the WWW VL and the WWW VL History Network
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Last updated: Sunday, September 1, 2002