Ethnologia Fennica 35

Ethnologia Fennica 35

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Ethnologia Fennica 35. Cultural Heritage. Editor-in-chief Pirjo Korkiakangas
Jyväskylä 2008, 105 pp.


Articles: Tuuli Lähdesmäki, Concepts of Locality, Regionality and Europeanness in Tallinn, Turku and Pécs as European Capitals of Culture; Karri Kiiskinen, The Power of Translocal Cultural Heritage in the Polish-Ukrainian Borderland; Anneli Meriläinen-Hyvärinen, Enduring Cultural Heritage of Finnish Island Hailuoto from the 1880s until 2008; Minna Mäkinen, Sense of Locality and Changing Municipal Boundaries – the Consolidation of the City of Jyväskylä and the Municipality of Säynätsalo as a Cultural Phenomenon; Sonja Hagelstam, “They call it Christmas” – An Ethnological Analysis of Alienation in Tove Jansson’s Short Story The Fir Tree; Sari Jagielski, Birthday and Bonds – A Strategy to Constitute Bindung in Eastern German Villages.

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ISSN 0355-1776