raitapaita.

raitapaita.

Joensuu, Finland / English woman in Finland. Finnophile, Europhile, Mastermind contestant. Doctoral student researching Finnish collective memory of Vyborg / Viipuri.
raitapaita.
Muita ideoita: raitapaita.
Depicting Finland's 100 years, or the coin controversy - HTTP

Depicting Finland's 100 years, or the coin controversy - HTTP

Closing Borders exhibition

Closing Borders exhibition

Homesick for Yesterday | A History of the Nostalgia Wave

Homesick for Yesterday | A History of the Nostalgia Wave

my border area

my border area

The applicants with Finnish names were twice as likely to be called in for interviews than those with Russian names – even though many native Finnish families have Russian names dating back to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries when the country was part of the Russian Empire.

The applicants with Finnish names were twice as likely to be called in for interviews than those with Russian names – even though many native Finnish families have Russian names dating back to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries when the country was part of the Russian Empire.

Fake news is bad. But fake history is even worse | Natalie Nougayrède | Opinion | The Guardian

Fake news is bad. But fake history is even worse | Natalie Nougayrède | Opinion | The Guardian

I never stopped wondering why the rhythm and use of vowels and double consonants in Japanese sounded so familiar to me, although my mother tongue is Finnish.

I never stopped wondering why the rhythm and use of vowels and double consonants in Japanese sounded so familiar to me, although my mother tongue is Finnish.

Venäjällä kerätään nimiä purkua vastaan. Leningradin alueen kuvernöörin mukaan rakennuksia ei voi enää pelastaa.

Venäjällä kerätään nimiä purkua vastaan. Leningradin alueen kuvernöörin mukaan rakennuksia ei voi enää pelastaa.

There is nothing universal about this version of universal basic income.

There is nothing universal about this version of universal basic income.

I know what you really want. You just want Britain out of any entanglement that spans the English Channel. For you this is as much an emotional longing as a practical calculation — an antipathy whose roots go deep, back to the first and second world wars, to the Napoleonic wars, to England’s fear of the French Revolution; back (though some of you may disown this root) to Protestant England’s detestation of Rome.

I know what you really want. You just want Britain out of any entanglement that spans the English Channel. For you this is as much an emotional longing as a practical calculation — an antipathy whose roots go deep, back to the first and second world wars, to the Napoleonic wars, to England’s fear of the French Revolution; back (though some of you may disown this root) to Protestant England’s detestation of Rome.