18th Etmu Conference:

AFTER CRISes

Diversity and Dialogue

2-3 December, 2021. University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland

The 18th Society for the Study of Ethnic Relations and International Migration (ETMU) conference will be organized at the University of Oulu, Finland, on 2-3 December 2021. The conference focuses on what happens after a crisis – such as a pandemic, an environmental crisis, conflicts between nation-states, and forced migrations – from the viewpoint of migration, minorities, and indigenous peoples. We also invite scholars to critically examine how crises are constructed in public and academic discussions.

The full conference theme
Programme

The conference will be held online.

Note: all the times displayed in the programme follow the Eastern European Time (EET/UTC +2)

There is a possibility to follow the online sessions on-site at the University of Oulu. The organising committee is also arranging an unofficial get-together on Thursday evening, the 2nd of December at 19.30. Everyone is welcome to join! You can indicate your interest in participating when you register for the conference.

Keynote speakers:

Mulki Al-Sharmani (University of Helsinki)

Nick Baron (University of Nottingham)

Lucy Mayblin (University of Sheffield)


Key dates and deadlines:

Organizing committee:

Johanna Hiitola, university lecturer, gender studies (co-chair)

Johanna Leinonen, academy research fellow, history (co-chair)

Seija Jalagin, university lecturer, history

Iida Kauhanen, PhD researcher, education

Outi Kähäri, postdoctoral researcher, history

Anni-Siiri Länsman, university lecturer, sámi studies, director of the Giallagas-institute

Audrey Paradis, university lecturer, education

Maria Petäjäniemi, PhD researcher, education

Vesa Puuronen, professor, sociology

Sonja Tanhua, PhD researcher, sámi culture and history

Elina Turjanmaa, postdoctoral researcher, history

Valtteri Vähä-Savo, postdoctoral researcher, sociology (Tampere University)