Publications and presentations


Uusihakala, Katja. 2019. Revising and Re-voicing a Silenced Past: Transformative Intentions and Selective Silences in a Public Apology to British Child Migrants. Suomen Antropologi 44 (1), pp.51-69.

Uusihakala, Katja, Timo Kallinen & Henni Alava 2019. Introduction: Silence, secrets, and revelations. Suomen Antropologi 44 (1): 3-8. (Special Issue: Silence, Secrets, and Revelations).

Hansen, Saana 2023. Economies of Care and the Politics of Return: Sustaining Life among Injivas and their Families in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Doctoral Dissertation. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Helsinki.

Hansen, Saana 2022. Reaching ‘the Vulnerable’ by Working from the Heart? Community Case Workers in Zimbabwe. The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology 40(2): 54-71.


Rask, Hanna. Pre-recorded online presentation at the Annual Meeting of American Anthropological Association (9.-13.11.2022): Reconciling state interventions on Indigenous children in Canada: Temporalities of responsibility.

Uusihakala, Katja. Finnish Anthropological Society Annual General Meeting 2021 keynote lecture (12.4.2021): Children’s best interests? Shifting visions of worthy lives in British child migration

Uusihakala, Katja. Postcolonial Apology and Visions of Children’s Best Interests in British Child Migration Politics. Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual General Conference, in Seattle, US, 8–13.11.2022.

Uusihakala, Katja. Selectivity, silence and irreconciliation in a postcolonial apology – the case British child migration to colonial Southern Rhodesia. A paper presented at the Anthropology research seminar, at the University of Uppsala, Sweden, February 15, 2023.