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A Holocaust Scholar in Finland by Helena Duffy

TIAS meeting, 13th January 2020. ‘What is your research project about?’ ‘What interesting thing happened to you during your recent holidays?’ These are two of the four questions to be answered during the ‘Speed Dating’ exercise. Lasting four minutes (two … Continue reading

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Tiedettä ja taidetta koetusta ajasta (Valtteri Arstila)

Miksi tulevaisuus on edessämme ja mennyt takanamme? Milloin katse tulkitaan vihjailevaksi tai tuijotukseksi? Mistä syntyy varsin yleiset ajatukset nykyhetken erityisyydestä ja ajan virtaamisesta, jos kerran nykyfysiikan mukaan nykyhetki ei ole mitenkään erityinen ja aika ei virtaa? Nämä ovat esimerkkejä kysymyksistä, … Continue reading

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TIAS and Scholars at Risk by Kimi Kärki

Scholars at Risk (SAR) is an international network of academic institutions, organised to support and defend the principles of academic freedom and to defend the human rights of scholars around the world. It is coordinated from the United States of … Continue reading

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TIAS and Other Stories by Martin Cloonan

Hello and welcome to the TIAS/TCSM blog. I’m delighted to have been asked to write something for the first blog. Having been asked, it seemed to me that it might be appropriate to write something about the role of Institutes … Continue reading

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