Oona Ilmolahti is a historian interested in communities, human experience and emotions. She has done research for example on working class and urban, educational and medical history. Her dissertation (2017) is focused on the recovery and peace process after the Finnish Civil War in the working class areas of Helsinki through the interaction of two emotional communities (the working class community and the teacher profession). In this project Ilmolahti focuses on history paths – walks focusing on different historical sights or places of remembrance – in the conservation areas.
Jani Karhu firstname.lastname@example.org
Jani Karhu, M.A., is a doctoral student and a researcher in the Department of Geographical and Historical Studies at the University of Eastern Finland. He is finishing his dissertation in history about the development of suburban areas, which is due to be submitted in 2017. Karhu has specialized in urban history and Survey method. Latest publications:
Meanings of the Urban Space of Vyborg, Jani Karhu & Ludmila Ryabova 2016. Meanings of an Urban Space. Kimmo Katajala (toim.). Lit Verlag GmbH & Co. Zürich.
Vallan linnake ja kaupunkilaisten olohuone, Jani Karhu 2016. Joensuun kaupungintalo. Alina Kuusisto (toim.). Pohjois-Karjalan historiallinen yhdistys. Joensuu.
Pyhäselän kunta 1925–2008, Jani Karhu (päätekijä) 2015. Hammaslahden seudun kyläyhdistys ry. Joensuu.
Aleksander Osipov email@example.com
I was born in 1980 in Petrozavodsk. In 2002 I have graduated Petrozavodsk State University Department of History of Northern Europe. During 2002-2005 I studied in the post-graduate programme in Northern European history and in 2006 defended dissertation “Finland and Civil War in Karelia”. Then during 3 years I was a lecturer and senior lecturer in Petrozavodsk State University. At the same time I published about 15 articles and 2 collections of articles as editor. Now I still working director in Popular Science museum. Hobbies: reading, travel, basketball.