I’ll present a paper today on spatiality and ontological instability in Mikko Rimminen’s early prose today at the Svenska litteratursällskapet i Finland, as part of the book launch of Contemporary Nordic Literature and Spatiality.
Congratulations and thanks for excellent work on the book, Kristina Malmio and Kaisa Kurikka!
Programme of today’s seminar
(1 November 2019)
14:15 Kristina Malmio (University of Helsinki) & Kaisa Kurikka (University of Turku): Spatial Stories of the Nordic Countries
14:45 Lieven Ameel (University of Turku): “To the the end of the world” – Urban Apocalypse in Mikko Rimminen’s Early Prose
15:15 Short break
15:30 Elisabeth Friis (Lund University): On the Commons: a Geocritical Reading of Amager Fælled
16:00 Ralf Andtbacka (poet): Potsdamer Platz as Historical and Imaginative Space