TUULIKKI KURKI

Senior Researcher

Senior Researcher
Deputy Director of Karelian Institute

Adjunct Professor, Dr. Tuulikki Kurki works as a senior researcher in cultural studies and as a deputy director of The Karelian Institute at the University of Eastern Finland. Her recent research has focused on borders and borderlands from the point of view of culture, literature, and objects. Her recent monograph addresses Finnish language literature in Russian Karelia, ”Rajan kirjailijat: Venäjän Karjalan suomenkieliset kirjailijat tilan ja identiteetin kirjoittajina” (Trans. Writers of the Border: Finnish Speaking Writers of Space and Identity in Russian Karelia, SKS, 2018). Her recent reserach projects are "Traumatized Borders: Reviving Subversive Narratives of B/Order, and Other" (Academy of Finland), and "A Lost Mitten and Other Stories: Experiences of Borders, Mobilitites, and New Neighbor Relations" (Kone Foundation).

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Faculty of Social Sciences and Business Studies, Karelian Institute

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Traumatized Borders: Reviving Subversive Narratives of B/Order, and Other (Academy of Finland 2016-20)
A Lost Mitten and Other Stories: Experiences of Borders, Mobilities, and New Neighbourly Relations (Kone Foundation 2018-20)
Arts Based Research Group: Arts-Based Research

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