SLS is a scholarly society for the preservation, study and dissemination of knowledge about Finland-Swedish culture.

Livestream: Kulturanalys i skolan. Perspektiv och verktyg

 

Livestream: Kulturanalys i skolan. Perspektiv och verktyg

 

 

 

Changes to our business during the Coronavirus situation

Archives and Customer Service

The Customer Service in Helsinki is open Monday–Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Customer Service in Vaasa is open Tuesday–Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

We will receive visitors by appointment only for the time being and can accommodate a maximum of two customers simultaneously. Book your appointment at nexvirg@fyf.svif.sls@tevikra , via Chat or by phone at +358 9 618 77 230 (Helsinki) and +358 6 319 56 00 (Vaasa). Please include information about what materials you would like to browse in your booking. 

Information about bookings and general instructions here (in Swedish).

 

We are continuously updating ourselves on the Coronavirus situation and incoming instructions from the authorities, and are prepared to take further steps if necessary. You can always find up-to-date information here on our website sls.fi.

From digital border control to a new wealth elite – eleven projects have been selected by the research programme Future Challenges in the Nordics

Eleven projects have been selected for funding as part of the research programme, Future Challenges in the Nordics – People, Culture and Society. The projects represent everything from digital health and law to climate research and cultural studies. The total amount of financing is about 10.5 million euros.
 

Future Challenges in the Nordics is a seven-year research programme that stimulates research within humanities and social sciences in the Nordics. The programme focuses on the large societal challenges of the 21st century and how those challenges are understood and handled within the Nordic societies. During the spring, the programme received 449 applications for funding and now the final selection of 11 applications has been made.

Read more at futurenordics.org.