tics of tsarism in Finland - the youth association movement , for example , went largely along the same lines as the ... than one third of 34 IRMA SULKUNEN Dryckesstrejkrörelsen , in : Historisk Tidskrift for Finland 65 ( 1980 ) p .
Author: Edgar Hösch
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag
Papers from a conference held May 1987 in Munich, sponsored jointly by the Institut fèur Geschichte Osteuropas und Sèudosteuropas of the University of Munich and the Suomen Historiallinen Seura.
Raimo Ranta, Städernas handelsomland och gränsernas inverkan i Gamla Finland, in: Historisk Tidskrift för Finland 66 (1982), 48–77; Raimo Ranta, Venäläinen sotaväki ja majoitusrasitus Vanhassa Suomessa, in: Turun Historiallinen Arkisto ...
Author: Kimmo Katajala
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
This collection of writings explores European borders from the 15th century to the present. The territorial scope ranges from the Arctic Ocean and Scandinavia to Central Europe. In these papers, borders are understood not only as separating lines in the terrain, but also as socially constructed divisions in people's choices, speeches, actions, and memories. Borders are not only drawn: they are imagined, negotiated, and remembered. (Series: Studies on Middle and Eastern Europe / Mittel- und Ostmitteleuropastudien - Vol. 11)
SOME MAJOR HISTORICAL JOURNALS • 1840 Historisk tidsskrift (Denmark) • 1859 Historische Zeitschrift (Germany) • 1866 ... Historical Review (US) • 1916 The Journal of Negro History (US) • 1916 Historisk Tidskrift for Finland (Finland, ...
Author: Ryan Hester
Publisher: Scientific e-Resources
Historical method comprises the techniques and guidelines by which historians use primary sources and other evidence, including the evidence of archaeology, to research and then to write histories in the form of accounts of the past. The question of the nature, and even the possibility, of a sound historical method is raised in the philosophy of history as a question of epistemology. The study of historical method and of different ways of writing history is known as historiography. This book undertakes historical research and provides invaluable advice and support with methodological analysis. History Research: Theory and Methods presents a clear practical guide to the study research and writing of history. Each stage of historical research is covered from the selection of a topic and the organization and evaluation of source material through to the completion of a typescript. The book focuses on the study of history provides detailed guidance on research methods and includes comprehensive information on stylistic conventions for presenting historical work.
Anu Lahtinen, Anpassning, forhandling, motsta'nd: Kvinnliga aktorer i sliik— ten Fleming 1470-1620 (Stockholm: Atlantis, ... Merja Manninen, 'Pigornas levnadslopp i Uleaborg pa 1700—talet', Historisk Tidskrift for Finland 3 (1984): ...
Author: Deborah Simonton
This innovative new book is overtly and explicitly about female agency in eighteenth-century European towns. However, it positions female activity and decisions unequivocally in an urban world of institutions, laws, regulations, customs and ideologies. Gender politics complicated and shaped the day-to-day experiences of working women. Town rules and customs, as well as police and guilds’ regulations, affected women’s participation in the urban economy: most of the time, the formally recognized and legally accepted power of women – which is an essential component of female agency – was very limited. Yet these chapters draw attention to how women navigated these gendered terrains. As the book demonstrates, "exclusion" is too strong a word for the realities and pragmatism of women’s everyday lives. Frequently guild and corporate regulations were more about situating women and regulating their activities, rather than preventing them from operating in the urban economy. Similarly corporate structures, which were under stress, found flexible strategies to incorporate women who through their own initiative and activities put pressure on the systems. Women could benefit from the contradictions between moral and social unwritten norms and economic regulations, and could take advantage of the tolerance or complicity of urban authorities towards illicit practices. Women with a grasp of their rights and privileges could defend themselves and exploit legal systems with its loopholes and contradictions to achieve economic independence and power.
Historisk tidsskrift för Finland, vol.18 (1933), 1–21 L.G. von Bondsdorff, 'F.d. fältsekreteraren Backmans äventyr 1808'. Historisk tidsskrift för Finland, vol. 27 (1943), 115–20 L.G. von Bondsdorff, 'Flyktingar i Stockholm 1808'.
Author: C. Jorgensen
This new study by Christer Jorgensen addresses a much neglected field of study in the history of Scandinavia and the greater Baltic region during the Napoleonic Age. The book concentrates upon relations and the alliance between Britain and Sweden during the middle years of the war; years that encompassed the Austerlitz campaign, the complicated diplomatic talks between the allies, Russia's abandonment of the allied cause at Tilsit (1807), the Russo-Swedish War (1808-09) that decided the fate of Finland, the capitulation of the Gibraltar of the North, and finally the turbulent politics of Sweden during and after the coup of March 1809.
Om minderârigas arbete i Finland under mellankrigstiden*, Historisk Tidskrift for Finland, vol. 81:3, pp. 323-342. Rahikainen, M. (1998), “Tngen mat utan arbete”: Arbetshusen for barn i Helsingfors [Helsinki] 1883-1945', Historisk ...
Author: Marjatta Rahikainen
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Most historical studies of child labour have tended to confirm a narrative which witnesses the gradual disappearance of child labour in Western Europe as politicians and social reformers introduced successive legislation, gradually removing children from the workplace. This approach fails to explain the return or continuance of child labour in many affluent European societies. Centuries of Child Labour explains changes in past child labour and attitudes to working children in a way that helps explain the continued survival of the practice from the seventeenth through to the late twentieth centuries. Centuries of Child Labour conveys a richer sense of child labour by comparing the experiences of the Northern European periphery to the paradigmatic cases of Britain,and France. The northern cases, drawing heavily on empirical evidence from Sweden, Finland and Russia, test received ideas of child labour, through comparisons with Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. Presenting the children themselves as the main protagonists, rather than the law makers, industrialists and social commentators of the time, Marjatta Rahikainen provides fresh information and perspectives, offering revelations to readers familiar only with the situation in France and Britain.
G. Dahlbäck, Helsinki, 121—44. Gallén, J. 1938, 'Regulära domkapitel i Sverige och Finland', Historisk Tidskrift för Finland 23, 137-50. Gallén, J. 1958, 'Kring det s. k. Flo rensdokumentet', Historisk Tidskrift for Finland 43. 1-26.
Author: Nora Berend
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This 2007 text is a comparative, analysis of one of the most fundamental stages in the formation of Europe. Leading scholars explore the role of the spread of Christianity and the formation of new principalities in the birth of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Bohemia, Hungary, Poland and Rus' around the year 1000. Drawing on history, archaeology and art history, and emphasizing problems related to the sources and historiographical debates, they demonstrate the complex interdependence between the processes of religious and political change, covering conditions prior to the introduction of Christianity, the adoption of Christianity, and the development of the rulers' power. Regional patterns emerge, highlighting both the similarities in ruler-sponsored cases of Christianization, and differences in the consolidation of power and in institutions introduced by Christianity. The essays reveal how local societies adopted Christianity; medieval ideas of what constituted the dividing line between Christians and non-Christians; and the connections between Christianity and power.
On citizenship in Finland and Russia, see O. Jussila, 'Fran ryska undersatare till finska medborgare— om medborgarskapsbegreppets utveckling under forsta halften av 1800-talet', Historisk Tidskriftfor Finland, no. 1, 1978, pp.
Author: D. G. Kirby
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
Examines Finland's search for a national identity.