The article challenges Finland’s efforts to “attract international talent” (Case in point, the ”90-day Finn programme”) while neglecting existing international talent in the country. By Jawaria Khan, Olivia Maury, Quivine Ndomo.
Tämän toimintakehotuksen kirjoitti joukko Suomessa työskenteleviä tutkijoita ja opiskelijoita, jotka haluavat pysyä anonyymeinä, koska Israel kriitikoita sorretaan akateemisesti Euroopassa.
Call to action by a group of scholars and students in Finland who wish to remain anonymous due to the academic repression of Israel’s critics in Europe.
A team of early-career researchers at the Department of Geography and Geology of the University of Turku organized the seminar “Racism: What is it and why does it matter to us all” (May 2021). In a retrospective conversation with RASTER.FI’s Leonardo Custódio, the organizers – (in alphabetical order) Thomas Behrndt, Salla Eilola, Hanna Heino, Tikli Loivaranta, Camilla Marucco and Miriam Tedeschi – reflect about the experience of discussing racism as geographers. Photo by Jon Tyson/Unsplash.
In its March special issue, the magazine ASTRA discussed Black Feminism in the Nordics remarkably featuring the work of Black writers, scholars and artists. In a conversation with RASTER.FI’s Leonardo Custódio, guest editor Jasmine Kelekay (University of California, Santa Barbara) reflects about her trajectory in academia and the experience of putting together ASTRA’s historic publication.