Finnish Anthropology Conference 2011
Dynamic Anthropology: Tensions between Theory and Practice
University of Helsinki, October 5-7, 2011
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Wednesday, October 5th
Ethnoraphic Film Day takes place in the House of Science and Letters (Tieteiden talo, Kirkkokatu 6 00170 Helsinki) room 404, fourth floor. The event is free of charge, and guests are invited to come and go as they choose.
The Edvard Westermarck Memorial Lecture is held in the Helsinki University Main Building, Old side, Auditorium XV (Unioninkatu 34, near Senate Square). The lecture is free of charge and open for all. Please note that there is no wheelchair access to auditorium XV.
Thursday, October 6th
The conference commences at the House of Science and Letters (Tieteiden talo, Kirkkokatu 6, 00170 Helsinki). Key note lectures are held in room 104, first floor. The registration desk is on the 5th floor. Workshops take place on the 4th and 5th floor.
Friday, October 7th
The conference continues at the House of Science and Letters. The registration desk is on the 5th floor. Workshops take place on the 4th and 5th floor.
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The Finnish Anthropological Society has made preliminary room reservations at special rates in two hotels in the vicinity of the conference venue. All hotel reservations should be made directly through the hotels by email or phone, quoting the conference code “Anthropology conference”. Please book early to ensure your accommodation.
Sokos Hotel Helsinki (reservations by September 7th)
Kluuvikatu 8, 00100 Helsinki
Standard single room 125,50 € per night
Standard double room 154 € per night (rates include breakfast buffet)
Cumulus Hakaniemi (reservations by September 21st)
Standard single room 99 € per night
Standard double room 124 € per night (rates include breakfast buffet)
Other hotels in Helsinki:
Hotel Cumulus Kaisaniemi
Hotel Cumulus Hakaniemi
Omenahotel Lönnrotinkatu (breakfast is not included)
Omenahotel Eerikinkatu (breakfast is not included)
Eurohostel, Linnankatu 9, 00160 Helsinki
Hostel Suomenlinna, on the picturesque harbour island of Suomenlinna, accessible by regular ferries from the market square
|Finnish Anthropology Conference 2011 is organized with support from Routledge and Beta Analytic Inc.|