Kaisa House’s 7th floor closes at 3 p.m. on Thursday 13th of June and at 12 on Friday 14th of June because of private occasions. Other floors of the Main Library are open normally, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. We apologize for the inconvenience.
See the libraries’ exceptional opening hours on 8th and 9th of May from the website
University of Helsinki, U.S. Embassy and the American Resource Center would like to invite you to an open seminar:
Barack Obama’s Second Honeymoon: The First Hundred Days of President Obama’s Second Term in Office, and Beyond
Friday, April 26, 2013 at 09:30-15:30
Helsinki University Main Library at Kaisa House, Fabianinkatu 30, 7th floor
No advance registration. Feel free to attend your preferred sessions.
PROGRAM (see the flyer)
0930-0945 David McGuire, U.S. Embassy Helsinki
Opening of the Seminar
0945-1000 Markku Henriksson, University of Helsinki
”Honeymoons, Presidents, and Barack Obama”
1000-1100 Vesa Kanniainen, University of Helsinki
“The Obama Economics : Economic Constraints from the Past, Political Constraints from Today, and Prospects for the Future”
1100-1200 Ville Kaitila, Research Institute of the Finnish Economy ETLA
”Effects of a Transatlantic Partnership: Results from a Survey of Finnish Firms”
1330-1345 Richard Schein, University of Helsinki
”Whither (or wither) Hope? Speculations on Some Cultural Promises of the Obama Presidency”
1345-1400 Rani-Henrik Andersson, University of Helsinki
”President Obama – New Hope for Native Americans?”
1400-1430 Alex Kunst, Aalto University School of Business
”Obama, the Radio Address, and His First 100 Days”
1430-1530 Anna Kronlund, University of Jyväskylä
” Executive-Legislative Relations and Obama’s Second Term”
American Resource Center
Helsinki University Library
P.O.Box 53 (Fabianinkatu 30)
00014 University of Helsinki
Phone (+358-9) 191 24048
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Statistics Finland introduces Eurostats statistics
At Helsinki University Main Library
Fabianinkatu 30, computer room 4060, 4th floor
April 18th at 2 pm
Introduction is in Finnish.
More information Statistics Finland
Special work room opens on Wednesday, April 10th, in Main Library 2nd floor.
This reading room is meant for persons who have fragrance sensitivities, pet allergies and such. It might also be suitable for some with electrical sensitivities. The reading room is meant for quiet work and cannot be reserved for individual or group use.
Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Mission donated Toivo Koskikallio’s book collection to Helsinki University Library. Missionary and sinologist Toivo Koskikallio (1889-1967) studied at the University of Helsinki and worked in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Koskikallio’s book collection contains mainly dictionaries and Chinese spiritual and philosophic literature. Oldest works are from the 1700’s and a part of the material is in old Chinese that only experts can read.
The collection was donated by Seppo Rissanen, Director of Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Mission, and received by Ulla-Maija Forsberg, Vice-Rector of University of Helsinki and University Librarian Kaisa Sinikara. Koskikallio’s relatives (Jouko and Petteri Koskikallio) were also present at the donation ceremony.
Photo: Helena Hiltunen
There are four thesis terminals now in Main Library (Kaisa House). Terminals are located on floors 4-6 and K4.
From thesis terminal you can find in full text:
- Faculty of Social Sciences from 2010
- Faculty of Law, from autumn 2012
- History of Art, from autumn 2011
- Faculty of Theology from 2011
Saving and sending from the thesis terminal is prohibited by copyright laws. Also printing is prohibited for the time being.