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Conference Proceedings and Presentations

2012

Árnason, Vilhjálmur (2012) The Icelandic financial collapse: Ethical lessons and reflections. At PriceWaterhouseCooper Academy, Luxembourg, 10 May 2012.

Árnason, Vilhjálmur (2012) Something rotten in the state of Iceland. Ethical explanations of the Icelandic collapse. At The Icelandic Meltdown: A Workshop on the Causes, Implications, and Consequences of the Collapse of the Icelandic Economy, Iowa City,  Iowa (USA), 11–14 August 2012.

Árnason, Vilhjálmur (2012) The Icelandic database project and scientific citizenship. At European Association for the Study of Science and Technology Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 17–20 October 2012.

Árnason, Vilhjálmur (2012)  Multiple responsibilities: Lessons from Iceland.” At FinCris Philosophers’ Workshop (workshop on a theory of responsibility for the financial crisis), Birmingham, UK, 16–17 November 2012.

Berg, Annika (2012) Categorizing anger – paranoia querulans as a psychiatric concept. At Workshop on Categories and Concepts in Health, Medicine and Society (workshop funded by The Nordic Research Network for Medical History NordForsk and Umeå University), Umeå, Sweden, 14–16 March 2012.

Berg, Annika (2012) Public health and persecution: Debates on the migration of Jewish physicians to Sweden from Nazi Germany. At The Transnational Migration of Physicians in the Twentieth Century: International Perspectives on the Impact of Foreign-trained Doctors on Health Policy (workshop organised by The Institute for Health and Social Policy, McGill University), Montréal, Canada, 21–22 September 2012.

Berg, Annika (2012) Pathological protesting and the categorization of paranoic querulants (session: Categories and Categorization in the History of Medicine). At 37th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Vancouver, Canada, 1–4 November 2012.

Ervik, Rune, and Lindén, Tord Skogedal (2012) Why transparent or hidden strategies of pension age increases? Comparing Norwegian and British reform processes, with a sidelong gaze to Sweden. At European Social Policy Analysis Network, 10th Annual Conference, Edingburgh, UK, 6–8 September 2012.

Finnestrand, Hanne Gudrun, and Kristensen, Guro Korsnes (2012) The cleaning sector in contemporary Norway – a Janus faced industry. At 7th Bienallal International Interdisciplinary Conference, Manchester, UK, 27–29 June 2012.

Garðarsdóttir, Ólöf (2012) Measuring international migration and immigrant populations. The case of Iceland. Gendered geographical mobility and quantitative data in Faroe Islands, Iceland and Northern Norway. At Existing Statistical and Quantitative Data as a Basis for a Joint Nordic Study on Gender and Mobility (conference), Reykjavík, Iceland, 11–12 September 2012.

Garðarsdóttir, Ólöf (2012) From poor relief to social assistance. Changing perceptions of Icelandic family Policies 1890–1940. At Regulations of intimate life: State control or people inspired? (conference organised by Instititut national d’études démographiques INED), Paris, France, 3–4 December 2012.

Garðarsdóttir, Ólöf, and Guttormsson, Loftur (2012) Changes in schooling arrangements and in the demographic and social profile of school-teachers in Iceland 1930–1960 (session: Politiskt aktiva lärare). At Femte nordiska utbildningshistoriska konferensen, Umeå, Sweden, 26–28 September 2012.

Jónsson, Gudumundur (2012) Economic crises in Iceland 1870–2010. At Social Science History Conference, Glasgow, UK, 12–15 April 2012.

Harjula Minna (2012) Social citizenship and access to health care: Finland 1900–2000 (keynote presentation). At Institutions in Context: Dictatorship and Democracy (workshop organised by the University of Tampere), Tampere, Finland, 4–10 June 2012.

Harjula, Minna (2012) The category of poor mentally ill and differentiated institutional mental health care in Finland 1889–1982. At Workshop on Categories and Concepts in Health, Medicine and Society (workshop funded by The Nordic Research Network for Medical History NordForsk and Umeå University), Umeå, Sweden, 14–16 March 2012.

Kristensen, Guro Korsnes (2012) Why intersectionality? Reflections on an attempt to apply intersectionality in a study on family planning among immigrants in contemporary Norway. At 8th European Feminist Research Conference, Budapest, Hungary, 17–20 May 2012.

Kristensen, Guro Korsnes (2012) Family life in times of gender equality. The increasing use of domestic help in Norwegian private homes. At 6th ESFR Congress: Families in a Changing Europe. Challenges, conflicts and interventions, Lillehammer, Norway, 26–29 September 2012.

Lindén, Tord Skogedal (2012) Vorbild Norwegen? Voneinander lernen in der Familienpolitik. At Partnerschaftliche Familie als öffentliches Gut – eine Utopie? (conference organised by Humboldt-Viadrina School of Governance), Ermöglicht unser Recht partnerschaftliche Rollen in Familien? Ein deutsch-norwegischer Ländervergleich (workshop), Berlin, Germany, 16–17 February 2012.

Lundqvist, Åsa (2012) Family policy in Sweden. At Welfare Policies in Scandinavia and in South East Asia (workshop organised by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), Beijing, China, 18–20 May 2012.

Pellander, Saara (2012) Defining ordinary unions, protecting ‘poor little girls’  – Moral gatekeeping and temporality in the regulation of marriage migration to Finland. At IMISCOE Conference 2012, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 9 August 2012.

Pellander, Saara, and Horsti, Karina (2012) Family in migration debates: Polarised discourses in Finnish media and parliament. At International Communication Association (ICA) Conference 2012, Phoenix, Arizona (USA), 26 May 2012.

Pellander, Saara, and Leinonen, Johanna (2012) Mechanics of inclusion and exclusion: International marriages in Finnish immigration discourses. At Social Science History Conference, Glasgow, UK, 12–15 April 2012.

Rainio-Niemi, Johanna (2012) Traditions of consensus-building and openness in Finland – From national all-inclusiveness to societal disembeddedness? At Open Society, Consensus and Citizenship (workshop organised by the Project Nordic Openness, University of Helsinki), Helsinki, Finland, 24–25 May 2012.

Rainio-Niemi, Johanna (2012) Social peace in the Cold War: A biographical perspective. At
Toiset valtakunnalliset Historiantutkimuksen päivät (the second annual conference organised by the Finnish Historical Association), Helsinki, Finland, 25–27 October 2012.

Rainio-Niemi, Johanna (2012) Social peace in the Cold War? At The Cold War and the Welfare State (seminar organised jointly by the University of Oslo, the Nobel Institute and the NordWel Centre of Excellence), Oslo, Norway, 11–13 November 2012.

Ravn, Malin Noem, and Spilker, Kristin (2012) Feminist theory and assisted reproduction – Questions of technology, nature and gender equality as debated in Norway. At 8th European Feminist Research Conference, Budapest, Hungary, 17–20 May 2012.

Sverdljuk, Jana  (2012) Dangerous strangers and caring family fathers: Images of migrant men in social workers’ education in Norway. At 8th European Feminist Research Conference, Budapest, Hungary, 17–20 May 2012.