Eeva Luhtakallio represents Hepo in the 109th ASA meeting in San Francisco. She presents a paper, co-authored with Iddo Tavory (NUY), comparing the identity narratives of climate change activists in Finland and Malawi, at the Regular session on comparative sociology. The paper, entitled “Coherent Biographies and Exemplary Selves: Narratives of Identity among Climate Change Activists in Finland and Malawi” is part of the Hepo research project on Climate change and civil society.
Luhtakallio also participates in the Global and Transnational Sociology Section‘s meetings, and will receive the Outstanding Scholarly Publication by an International Scholar Award: Best Book, for Practicing Democracy: Local Activism and Politics in France and Finland (Palgrave MacMillan 2012).
She is tweeting about the conference with hashtag #asa14