Understanding humans in change
We explore the complex dynamics of global, digital, environmental and economic change on current human interaction and on communities and cultures over time. Our research identifies and explains the reasons, processes and practices involved in these changes, shows how humans adapt to them, and predicts the effects they will have on humanity in the future.
Multidisciplinary research activities in the focus area are coordinated by the Eudaimonia Institute. Research is conducted mainly in the Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Science and Oulu Business School.
Reindeer bones give an archaeologist clues to interaction between humans and animals
Wartime relations and their traces in the mental landscape of Northern Finland