Tag: Finland

Men and Feminism: Gender Equality in the Nordic Countries, 1960s to Present

DR HANNAH YOKEN I’m a Finnish historian who lived in the UK for nearly a decade. When I tell my British friends and colleagues where I’m from, they often respond with an air of admiration, complimenting the relatively egalitarian principles upon which Nordic social democracy… Continue Reading “Men and Feminism: Gender Equality in the Nordic Countries, 1960s to Present”

Deep Mapping Migrant Settlerhood: Unfolding histories of Finns in Canada

DR SAMIRA SARAMO At the turn of the twentieth century, Finnish migrants, drawn by the familiar landscape of lakes, forests, and rocky outcrop, settled in the rugged wilderness of Northern Ontario in Canada and overcame the harsh conditions of the early years through their… Continue Reading “Deep Mapping Migrant Settlerhood: Unfolding histories of Finns in Canada”