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Kansainvälinen rajahistorian seminaari Joensuussa 2.12.2010
Joensuu 02.12.2010 klo 09:00

Imagined Borders in the European North
Seminar in history, Thursday 2rd December 2010
University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu Campus, Finland,
Educa-building, hall E 200.


Session I: Chair Prof. Kimmo Katajala
09.15 Opening words: Prof. Kimmo Katajala
09.30 Dean, Associate Professor Mikhail Krom, The border between the
Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Muscovite Principality in the 15th and
early 16th century (European University at St Petersburg, Russia)
10.00 Prof. Kimmo Katajala, Conflicts and cooperation at the eastern
borderland of the 16th century Swedish Realm (University of Eastern
Finland, Finland)

10.30 	Coffee break

10.45 	Dr Jens Lerbom: The spaces and boundaries of the realm -
interaction and identities in the Danish-Swedish borderland
1600–1658. (Halmstad University, Sweden)
11.15 	Prof.  Jens Petter Nielsen: Prerequisites of the
Norwegian-Russian border convention of 1826: local, regional,
national. (University of Tromsø, Norway)
11.45 	Time for short questions

12.00 	Lunch

Session II: Chair Prof. Maria Lähteenmäki
13.00 	Associate Professor, Dr Katarzyna Stoklosa: Conflicts and
potential on Poland’s Easter border: the example of the
Polish-Russian and Polish-Ukrainian border-regions. (University of
Southern Denmark, Sønderborg, Denmark)
13.30 	Prof. Maria Lähteenmäki: Constructing the cultural Karelianism
in the Karelian Isthmus in the 1920s and 1930s. (University of Eastern
Finland, Joensuu, Finland)
14.00 	BA Anna Laakkonen:  The enemy picture of the Finnish
newspapers in Soviet-Karelia in the 1920s. (University of Eastern
Finland, Joensuu. Finland)
14.30 	Prof. Gerhad Besier: On German-Polish border regions and an
ambiguous neighborhood. (Technischse Universität Dresden, Chair in
European Studies, Germany)
14.30 	Discussion, conclusions and closing words: Prof Maria

Organizers: Project “Building Borders” (funded by Academy of Finland)
in Department of Geographical and Historical Studies, and Karelian
Institute, Europe Beyond East-West Division –centre of expertise.

Kimmo Katajala <kimmo.katajala at uef.fi> 

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