Two day research seminar:
The main goal of this interdisciplinary seminar is to present contemporary research on Norden in a European and global context, and explore new trends in this strand of research. Different aspects of exchanges and image dichotomies between the north and the south in Europe will one central theme amply examined and discussed by scholars from the social sciences, the humanities and law. This is also a networking event co-hosted by two vital research environments on Nordic research. All participants (in or outside of academia) interested in discussing further cooperation in this field of research are invited to register (see below).
University of Oslo
Programme franco-norvégien en sciences humaines et sociales
University of Helsinki, CENS (Centre for Nordic Studies) and Institut Finlandais
DAY 1, October 29th
Institut Finlandais, 60 rue des Écoles
10.00: Welcoming words:
Directrice Meena Kuusisto & Peter Stadius
10.30: Stefan Nygård & Carl Marklund: Negotiating progress in Europe’s Northern and Southern peripheries
11.00: Ainur Elmgren: From Pan-Europa to Paris – A cultural Radical itinerary 1920-1970
11.30-11.45: short break
11.45: Paolo Borioni: Steincke, Danish Welfare reform and a new alliance besides the “kulturradikalerne”
12.15: Alan Granadino: The Spanish transition, PSOE and European influences.
14.30: Janne Holmén: Spaces of Expectation: Mental Mapping and Historical Imagination in the Baltic Sea and Mediterranean Region
15.00: Adriana Luna Fabritius: Neapolitan Enlightenment: A victim of biased historiography?
15.30: Peter Stadius: L’effet Montestquieu and mapping North and South
16.30-17.30: Concluding remarks of day one
DAY 2, October 30th
Programme Franco-norvégien, Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme (FMSH), 190, Avenue de France, Salle A
10.00 – 10.15 Welcome by Professor Bjarne Rogan, director of Programme Franco-Norvégien & Gro Bjørnerud Mo
10.15 – 11.00 Rebecca Adler-Nissen: Post-Imperial Norden: Sovereignty Games Beyond the Nordic Security Community
11. 00 – 11.15: Short break
11.15 – 12.15:
Inger Johanne Sand: Nordic responses to Europeanization in law and constitutions
Espen Hagen Olsen: Discourses of Europeanization in Norden: From Possibility to Threat?
12.30 – 14.00: Lunch at FMSH
14.00 – 15.00 Jenny Andersson: How do we study images of Norden?
15.00 – 15.15: Short break
15.15 – 17.00
Atle Wold: The Nordic Model in Scottish Politics: ideal or irrelevance?
Andreas Hellesnes: May 68 - The Roots of the Swedish Model
Carl Marklund: The Nordic Model on the global market of ideas
17.00 – 17.30: Break
17.30 – 18.30: Academic “speed-dates”, allowing for dialogues on further cooperation, networks, publications and applications
If you have further questions about this seminar or want to participate, please contact the organizers:
Peter Stadius, University of Helsinki firstname.lastname@example.org
Gro Bjørnerud Mo, University of Oslo email@example.com