This week project researcher Dr. Eerika Koskinen-Koivisto will visit Oslo Universitet together with other representatives of the Swedish Literature Society of Finland (Svenska litteratur sällskapet I Finland). She will introduce the Research project Lapland’s Dark Heritage in a seminar about Cultural heritage and materiality (Kulturarv och materialitet) at the University of Oslo. The seminar will be led by Professor Anne Eriksen.
Later this week Koskinen-Koivisto will also speak to students and researchers at the ethnology club at the University of Jyväskylä. Her presentation addresses the collaboration between the research project and museums introducing the museum visitor survey conducted at the Provincial Museum of Lapland and the public excavations organized together with the National Sámi Museum Siida. The club night will be part of the program of Spring School organized by Suomen Kansantietouden tutkijain Seura (Association of Finnish Folklorists). The event is open to the public. The language of the event is Finnish.