Publications 2014

Journal articles

Koski, Kaarina: Folk Belief and the Lutheran Church in Nineteenth-Century Finland – Cosmos 30, 65–92.

Kuittinen S., Punamäki R.L., Mölsä M., Saarni S., Tiilikainen M. & Honkasalo M.-L.: Depressive Symptoms and Their Psychosocial Correlates Among Older Somali Refugees and Native Finns. – Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 45(9), 1434–1452.

Kaarina Koski: Raportti: Kumman äärellä. Valtakulttuurit ja sopimattomat kokemukset. Tulkinnan ja kohtaamisen ongelmia. Organised by Mind and Other Research Project. University of Turku 10.11.12.2013. – Elore 21 (1). Available online here.

Tiilikainen M., Mölsä M., Punamäki R-L. & Honkasalo M.-L.: Mental and somatic health among older Somali refugees in Finland. – Transcultural Psychiatry, 51 (4), 499–525.

Book chapters

Honkasalo, Marja-Liisa. Suffering. In Cockerham, W.C. (Editor-in-Chief), Dingwall, R. (Co-Editor), Quah, S.R. (Co-Editor), The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior and Society. Wiley-Blackwell 2014.

Kanerva, Kirsi: Disturbances of the Mind and Body: Effects of the Living Dead in Medieval Iceland. In Sari Katajala-Peltomaa and Susanna Niiranen (eds.): Mental (Dis)Order in Later Medieval Europe. Leiden: Brill 2014, 219–242.

Edited books, monographs, dissertations

Honkasalo M.-L. & Tuominen M. (eds.): Suicide, Culture and the Human Condition. New York & Oxford: Berghahn.

Book reviews

Honkasalo, Marja-Liisa: “When We Stop Living, We also Stop Dying” – Men, Suicide, and Moral Agency. In Honkasalo M.-L. & Tuominen M. (eds.), Culture, Suicide, and the Human Condition, New York & Oxford: Berghahn.

Honkasalo, M.-L. & Tuominen, M.: Introduction. In Honkasalo M.-L. & Tuominen M. (eds.), Culture, Suicide, and the Human Condition, New York & Oxford: Berghahn.

Honkasalo, Marja-Liisa: Sisimmästä liikkeessä. In Elo, Mika (ed.) Kosketuksen figuureja. Helsinki: Tutkijaliitto, 155–170.

Honkasalo, Marja-Liisa: Sydänsairaudet ja materian aktiivisuus. In Irni S., Meskus M. & Oikkonen V. (eds.), Muokattu elämä: Teknotiede, sukupuoli ja materiaalisuus. Tampere: Vastapaino, 194–232.

Kanerva, Kirsi: ”Mediaseksikäs 2000-luvun kuolemanrajakokemus – Tutkimusaineistoa tulevaisuuden historiantutkijalle,” review of Eben Alexander (2013), Totuus taivaasta. Tiedemiehen silmiä avaava kuolemanrajakokemus. (Translated by Sirkka Aulanko. WSOY, Helsinki. 190 pp.), Thanatos 3 (2014) 2, 112–115.

Ådahl, Susanne: Elizabeth Anne Davis (2012) Bad Souls. Madness and Responsibility in Modern Greece. Durham & London: Duke University Press.  Reviews and Critical Commentary, CritCom. – A Forum for Research e-publication of Council for European Studies, May 2014. Book review is available online here.

Special journal issues

Kanerva, Kirsi: Kuolema historiassa [Death in history], special issue of Historiallinen aikakauskirja (4/2014), ed. together with MA Anu Salmela.

Conference presentations

Kanerva, Kirsi: “How to Prepare for a Peaceful Cadaver? Causes of Posthumous Restlessness in Medieval Iceland”, Limits of and Beyond Experience seminar, organized by Mind and the Other project, University of Turku, 9–11.2014.

Kanerva, Kirsi: “From powerful agents to subordinate objects of magic or demonic influence? The restless dead in 13th and 14th-century Iceland”, Sagas, Legends and Trolls: The Supernatural from Early Modern back to Old Norse Tradition conference, University of Tartu, 2014.

Kanerva, Kirsi: Hallucinatory Experiences as Sources of Mental Disorder in Medieval Iceland”, Session “Visions, voices and other hallucinatory experiences in the Middle Ages,” organized by Hearing the Voice project/Centre for Medical Humanities/Durham University, International Medieval Congress 2014, University of Leeds 2014.

Kanerva, Kirsi: “Having no Power to Return? Suicide and Posthumous Restlessness in Medieval Iceland”,  Images of Afterlife conference, organized by Mind and the Other project, University of Turku, 22–24.2014.

Koski, Kaarina: “The Social Life of the Dead – Experiences and Traditional Motifs”, Limits of and Beyond experience seminar, organized by the Mind and Other project, University of Turku, 11.4.2014.

Koski, Kaarina: “Liminality and social death in traditional and contemporary societies”. – Social Death Conference.  Centre for Death and Society, the University of Bath, 7.6. 2014.

Koski, Kaarina: “Agency and Interaction: Encounters with the Dead Loved Ones in Finland”. – Interdisciplinary conference Images of Afterlife. Organized by the research project Mind and the Other, University of Turku, 7.6.2014.

Ådahl, Susanne: “Cultural soundscapes and voice hearing”, in International symposium “Minding the Sound, Sounding the Mind”, Halmstad University, 27–28.11.2014.

Ådahl, Susanne: Äänten kuulemisen fenomenologia [The phenomenology of voice hearing], Seminar of the World Mental Health Day on “Narrated, experienced and illustrated madness”, University of Jyväskylä, 10.10.2014.

Ådahl, Susanne: “Negotiating Agency with Voices”, International symposium “Ambiguity of Action”, University of Helsinki, 10–11.6, 2014.

Ådahl, Susanne: “Hearing voices, Hearing Self”, Conference of the Medical Anthropology at Home Network, “Assemblages, Transformations, and the Politics of Care”, Bertinoro-Bologna, Italy, 29.5–1.6, 2014.

Ådahl, Susanne: “Creating a new self: the potential of cognitive self-therapy among voice hearers”,  Conference of the Nordic Network for Health Research within Social Sciences and the Humanities “Creative and Able Citizens: dealing with health and illness during the life course”, University of Helsinki, 22–23.5, 2014.

Ådahl, Susanne: “Disciplining the mind: transforming auditory hallucinations in Finland”, Panel on Sensory Experience of Suffering and Healing, in IUAES (International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Societies) conference, Japan 15–18.5, 2014.

Ådahl, Susanne: “Mind Labour: working in/with the concealed world of voice hearing”, workshop on “Limits of and Beyond experience” seminar, organized by the Mind and Other project, University of Turku, 9­–11.4, 2014.

Public lectures and media appearances

Koksi, Kaarina: ”Näkymättömät maailmat – tiedettä tuntemattomasta”. Introduction in SciFest science cafe, organized by Academy of Finland, University of Eastern Finland and Joensuun Tiedeseura ry, 23.4.2014.

Koski, Kaarina: ”Suomessa eletään uushenkisyyden nousua.” Interview in Aamulehti 9.6.2014.

Koski, Kaarina: ”Karsikkopuut ja kuolinoljet”. Public lecture in Studia Seurasaari series, 3.9.2014.

Ådahl, Susanne: “How to understand voice hearing as a culturally shaped phenomenon”, seminar on “The experience of voice hearing – Let our voices be heard” organised by the Association the Multivoiced of Finland, Turku, 8.10.2014.

Ådahl, Susanne: “Magical Consciousness – Transgressing the boundaries between mind, body and nature”, Play the Rite Ritual Festival, Kiila, Kemiö 26–28.9, 2014.

Ådahl, Susanne: “Voices frominside the head”, expert interview given to Pasi Heikura, host of radio show Aristotelen kantapää, Yle radio 1, 22.9.2014.

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