The Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies is an independent institute of advanced study within the University of Helsinki. It provides a top-class, international research environment for scholars in the humanities and social sciences. The Collegium promotes innovative interdisciplinary cooperation, both within the Collegium and at the University of Helsinki. Collegium fellows are recruited annually in a highly competitive fellowship call to work on their research projects.
The future of politics is social media
Airi-Alina Allaste, a visiting scholar funded by the Kone Foundation, investigates the political participation of young people via social media.
Twenty new fellows selected to the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies
13 new Core Fellows, two Postdoctoral Fellows in the Arts and visiting fellows for the Erik Allardt and Kone Foundation Fellowship programs will...
Seminar: Parents in Academia, June 4 at 9-11 am on Zoom
What does it mean to be an academic and a parent? Is it possible to achieve a work-family balance in academia? At this seminar, we will discuss...
Public event: Truth, Injustice and Reconciliation in Comparative Perspective: Finland, Canada, United States
May 25 at 5:00 pm (EET) on Zoom
Professor Karen Knop: Is foreign relations law the answer to populism?
Jane and Aatos Erkko Visiting Professor Karen Knop is Professor of Law at the University of Toronto. At the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced...
On the HCAS Blog
HCAS Blog Freedom to think!
About the Collegium
** NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the HCAS events are currently organized online. Click here for more information on the...
The Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies is an interdisciplinary and international community of researchers in the...
The Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies has a very competitive fellowship program. Each year we offer up to 25 fellowships for...
Our blog Freedom to think! gives our fellows the chance to write about their current research and about the life...