Research seminars


Monday, 2nd Dec, 15:30-17:00 (HUM 330 & 331) NB! starting time
Leena Kuure: Doing nexus analysis on technology-rich everyday life
Lydia Kokkola: C21st Literacies for C21st Sweden
Jarkko Toikkanen: Intermedial Experience and Philological Research
Florence Oloff: Talk, bodies, and objects in and for social interaction
Steven Coats: Corpus creation from YouTube speech-to-text transcripts

Monday, 18th Nov, 15:00-16:30 (HUM 330 & 331)
Pentti Haddington: iTask & PeaceTalk
Iira Rautiainen: Interaction in multinational crisis management training
Tiina Eilittä: Children seeking adults' attention: Position and composition of children’s summons turns and their social consequences
Tiina Räisänen: ‘English’ as corporate language in global knowledge work over a 15-year business career

Monday, 11th Nov 11, 15:00-16:30 (HUM 330 & 331)
Tiina Keisanen: Situated perspective on using, learning and teaching languages: Language use in social interaction
Mirka Rauniomaa: Studying social interaction outdoors and indoors
Mari Holmström: Coordinating minimal reference in break room interactions
Andrew Pattison: The idiom of the hunt: hunting in Middle English literature

Monday, 27th May, 15:00-16:30 (HUM 330)
Guest presentation by Iuliia Avgustis: Mobile device use: co-operative skills and practices in face-to-face encounters

Monday, 15th April, 15:00-16:30 (HUM 330)
Marika Helisten: The process and completion of dissertation research

Monday, 11th February, 15:00-16:30 (HUM 330)
General meeting, doctoral studies in English Philology


Monday, 3rd December, 15:00-17:00 (HUM 330)
Joonas Råman: Budo demonstrations as shared, multimodal accomplishments
Iira Rautiainen: Interaction in multinational crisis management training

Monday, 12th November, 15:00-17:00 (IT 135)
Tiina Eilittä: Multiactivity and attention drawing in adult-child interaction

Monday, 8th October, 15:00-17:00 (IT 134)
Mari Holmström: Doing being me at work: A membership categorisation analysis of coworkers' displays of identities in break room discussions


Monday, 11th November, 15:00-17:00 (HU 207)
Antti Litmanen: The Darkness is Undying: British Perichoretic Fiction from the 1890s to the Present
Publishing in academic journals

Monday, 10th October, 15:00-17:00 (HU 386)
Poster workshop

Monday, 11th September, 15:00-17:00 (HU 275)
Final stages of the dissertation process


Monday, 12th September, 15:00-17:00 (HU207)
Riikka Tumelius: Creating affordances for language learning in technology-rich environments – a participatory perspective

Monday, 9th May, 15:00-17:00 (HU208)
Joonas Råman: The recruitment continuum: seeking and receiving assistance in Brazilian jiu-jitsu practice.

CANCELLED Monday, 25th April, 15:00-17:00 (HU207)
Tuomo Koivisto: Mediated actions in a technology-rich foreign language classroom

Monday, 4th April, 15:00-17:00 (HU209)
Annamari Martinviita: Various software and online tools in research


Monday, 20th April, 15:00-17:00 (KK 223)
Eleonoora Kalliokoski: Cultural ideals and heroic figures in Marvel superhero movies

Monday, 23th March, 15:00-17:00 (HU209)
Leena Vuolteenaho: Immortality narratives in Christian and Buddhist ethics and in the TV series 'Doctor Who'

Monday, 23th February, 15:00-17:00 (HU208)
Marjukka Käsmä: Writing a review
Elise Kärkkäinen: Finalizing the doctoral thesis


Monday, 15th December, 15:00-17:00 (HU208)
Marjukka Käsmä: In the margins of virtual worlds - how social constructs of marginalization emerge in World of Warcraft

Monday, 19th May, 17:00-19:00 (HU208)
Robin Sokol: Face-to-face collaborative project-based interaction using a computer
Antti Kamunen: Embodied practices for regulating participation in everyday and institutional interaction

Monday, 28th April 17:00-19:00 (HU208)
Jenni Virtaluoto: Developing technical communication through activity theory: research in progress.


Monday, 10th December   17:00-19 (HU207)
Tuomo Koivisto: Emerging wireless and mobile technologies in the English classroom

Monday, 26th November 17:00-19 (HU207)
Jenni Virtaluoto: Activity theory as a tool for improving technical communication

Monday, 23rd September 17:00-19 (HU207)
EveLINE-ENG (Tuomas Koivisto, Salme Kälkäjä, Annamari Martinviita, Maritta Riekki, Jenni Virtaluoto, Leena Kuure):
Publishing in academic journals

Monday, 27th May 17:00-19 (HU207)
Salme Kälkäjä: How identities interact in academic discourses

Last updated: 2.7.2020