Programme

THURSDAY 5.10.2017 | University Of Turku (Programme in English and in Finnish. Keynote lectures are open, other programme for workshop participants only)

9:30–10:15 Registration and Coffee (Natura’s hall, map T5)

10:15–10:30 Opening
Marjo Kaartinen, Director, Argumenta project; Professor, Cultural History, University of Turku (Lecture room X, Natura, map T5)

10:30–12 “Living between religions. Competition and cooperation in medieval Mediterranean multi-religious societies”
Kurt Villads Jensen, Professor, Medieval History, University of Stockholm (Lecture room X, Natura)

12–12:45 Lunch (Natura’s hall)

12:45–14:15 “Why do we talk about religion today?”
Tuomas Martikainen, Senior Lecturer, Science of Religion; Director, Institute of Migration (Lecture room X, Natura)

14:15–14:30 Coffee (Natura’s hall)

14:45–17:30 Research groups (group work rooms)

17:45–18 Closing (Natura’s hall)

19– Dinner in Hus Lindman (Piispankatu 15)

 

FRIDAY 6.10.2017 | Scandic Julia, Å Sali (Eerikinkatu 4) (Programme mainly in Finnish, for workshop participants only)

9:00 Opening
Marjo Kaartinen, Director, Argumenta project; Professor, Cultural History, University of Turku

Timo Vuorisalo, Agent, Varsinais-Suomi Regional Fund | The Finnish Cultural Foundation

Breakfast

”Vihaisen puheen ja vihapuheen raja on ilmaisumereen hukkunut viiva”
Telma Peura

10:15–11:45 ”Uskonnonvapauden kipupisteitä”
Elina Pirjatanniemi, Director, Institute for Human Rights; Professor, Constitutional and International Law, Åbo Akademi

12–13 Workshops

13–14 Lunch

14–15 Workshops

15–15:30 ”In the name of…”
Two stories, mother and her daughter. After being forcefully impregnated as she is of a wrong blood and God, mother leaves detention camp in eight month of her pregnancy. Daughter learns her story only twenty years later.
Nena Močnik, artist, post-doctoral researcher, TIAS, SELMA, University of Turku

15:30–15:45 Break

15:45–17 Results and closing