Desire, agency and gender important in ancient Near Eastern love poetry
Long before the Song of Songs in the Bible, a culture of love poetry flourished in the Near East and Egypt.
Young people at risk of marginalisation must be listened to more in Finland, Norway and South Africa
According to Professor Auli Vähäkangas, young people at risk of marginalisation must be heard and their skills taken into consideration in both...
The attention factory appeals to emotions to exploit our attention
Identifying the authors and purposes of content is not necessarily easy for media users. Algorithms are not designed to distinguish truth from...
Theology and religious studies leap upwards in an international university ranking
Theology and religious studies at the University of Helsinki climbed from 36th to 20th position in the QS World University Rankings by Subject.
Professor Tuula Sakaranaho: Cultural studies requires a long view
Tuula Sakaranaho stepped down as vice-dean of education at the beginning of the year. This autumn, she will retire as professor of the study of...
Theology and religious studies move upwards in an international university ranking
Theology and religious studies at the University of Helsinki climbed to 36th position in the QS World University Rankings by Subject.
The history of other than men and victors – Professor Tuomas Heikkilä contributed to scripting the updated permanent exhibition of the National Museum
Otherland, a new exhibition opening in the spring at the National Museum of Finland, examines Finland and the construction of a Finnish identity...
Katharina Kunter studies Christians whose actions shaped the contemporary Europe
Finding and interviewing an eye witness is the highlight of the research process for the professor of Contemporary Church History.