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The project focuses on the hundreds of folk magic objects in the collections of the National Museum of Finland, Tampere museums, and The Museum Centre of Turku. The objectives of the study are to understand material aspects of folk religion in its own context and in a long-term perspective (c. 1200–1900) and to develop the “archaeology of folk religion”.
|Short title||The Materiality of Magic in Finland in a Long-Term Perspective: Developing the Archaeology of Folk Religion|
|Effective start/end date||01/09/18 → 31/08/21|
- Academy of Finland: €222,680.78
- 1 Oral presentation
Metsä ja metsänväki suomalaisessa taikaperinteessä
Sonja Hukantaival (Speaker)9 Oct 2020
Activity: Talk or presentation › Oral presentation
- 1 Chapter
Vital scrap: The agency of objects and materials in the Finnish 19th-century world viewHukantaival, S., 2020, Entangled Beliefs and Rituals: Religion in Finland and Sápmi from Stone Age to Contemporary Times. Äikäs, T. & Lipkin, S. (eds.). Suomen arkeologinen seura, p. 181-199 (Monographs of the Archaeological Society of Finland; vol. 8).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference proceeding › Chapter › Scientific › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile23 Downloads (Pure)