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Aapola-Kari, Sinikka. 2012. “Finnish Girlhood in the Twentieth Century: Public Representations and Private Stories.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (1): 25–58.

Ahlbäck, Pia Maria. 2009. “Visualizing the Countryside of the Swedish-Finnish Coast: A Postcolonial Allegory.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (1): 1–13.

Ahlbäck, Pia Maria. 2013. “Stepping Out of the Tune: An Imagological Study of Arvid Mörne’s Poem ‘Sjömansvisa’.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (2): 90–107.

Aho, Kalevi. 2009. “The Kalevala and Finnish Music.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (2): 45–60.

Alanen, Arnold R. 2004. “A Remarkable Place, an Eventful Year: Politics and Recreation at Minnesota’s Mesaba Co-op Park in 1936.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (1): 67–86.

Alanen, Arnold R. 2005. “Little Houses on the Prairie: Continuity and Change in the Finnish Vernacular Architecture and Landscapes of Canada.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 9 (2): 117–38.

Anttila, Raimo. 1997. “Affective Vocabulary and Borrowing: Finnish pirskottaa ‘sprinkle’ and patistaa ‘urge, prod.’” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (2): 111–14.

Anttonen, Pertti. 2009. “Nationalism and Universalism in the Reception of the Kalevala.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (2): 95–101.

Austen, Paul. 2003. “Karelian since 1991: From Ethnographic Curiosity to Official Language.” Journal of Finnish Studies 7 (1): 29–43.

Autio-Sarasmo, Sari. 2011. “The Economic Modernization of Soviet Karelia During the Process of Soviet Industrialization.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 15 (1/2): 85–100.

Blomster, Risto, and Kati Mikkola. 2014. “Inclusion and Exclusion of Roma in the Category of Finnish Folklore: The Collections of the Finnish Literature Society from the 1800s to the 2000s.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 18 (1): 11–45.

Brooks, Kaarina. 2008. “The Kalevala: Tales of Magic and Adventure: An Excerpt.” Journal of Finnish Studies 12 (2): 55–60.

Burbank, John R. 1998. “Proportional Representation in a Parliamentary System: The Glue of Finnish Social Democracy.” Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (1): 31–51.

Chace, Tara. 2003. “E Pluribus Unum: Juha K. Tapio’s Frankensteinin Muistikirja.” Journal of Finnish Studies 7 (1): 4–28.

Clarke, Kris. 2014. “‘And Then All of the Sudden, You’re Still Here with Bad Finnish’: American Women’s Narratives of Cultural Adjustment in Finland.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 17 (1/2): 42–66.

Cordier, Sherwood S. 1998. “Finnish Security in the Post Cold War Era.” Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (1): 24–30.

Dahlström, Fabian. 1997. “Sibelius: His Era and His Music.” Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (1): 34–46.

Dana, Kathleen Osgood. 2001. “Vox Clamatis in Deserto: An Exploration of the Idea of Wilderness in Finnish and Sámi Literature.” Journal of Finnish Studies 5 (1): 20–44.

Assimilation into Rural America in the 1900s.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (1): 75–81.

Dolbey, Andrew. 1997. “Finnish Numeral Expressions: A Construction Grammar Approach.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (2): 115–25.

DuBois, Thomas A. 1997. “Continuities through Change: Rituals and Worldview of Finnish Women before and after Christianization.” Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (1): 5–24.

DuBois, Thomas A. 1997. “Finnish Studies at the University of Washington at Seattle.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (2): 137–14.

DuBois, Thomas A. 1997. “Lönnrot and Värttinä: (Re)presenting Oral Tradition to a Willing Audience.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (2): 27–36.

DuBois, Thomas [A.]. 2007. “Väinö Kaksikymmentä ja yksi Thirty Years Later: Paavo Haavikko’s Kalevala Rewrite and the Epic Genre.” Journal of Finnish Studies 11 (1): 20–31.

DuBois, Thomas A. 2009. “Poem 30: The Pivotal Canto in which Very Little Happens.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (2): 5–16.

Dutton, Edward. 2006. “University Students, Drunks, and the Old Gods: The Finnish ‘Vapunaatto,’ Sacrifice, and Liminality.” Journal of Finnish Studies 10 (1): 25–43.

Dykstra, Ursa. 2008. “The Archetypal Finn: Finnishness as Constructed by Väinö Linna and Kalle Päätalo.” Journal of Finnish Studies 12 (1): 33–47.

Efremkin, Evgeny. 2011. “Recruitment in North America: An Analysis of Emigrants to Soviet Karelia, 1931-1934.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 15 (1/2): 101–23.

Embleton, Sheila. 2001. “Bilingualism in Contemporary Finland: Whither Swedish?” Journal of Finnish Studies 5 (2): 7–30.

Eneberg, Kaa. 2004. “Recruitment of Swedish Immigrants to Soviet Karelia.” Special Issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (1): 189–200.

Evans, Christine. 2005. “Shared Vision and Shared Traumas: The Ethics and Ethos of Shared Vision in Ingmar Bergman’s The Passion of Anna and Aki Kaurismäki’s The Man without a Past.” Journal of Finnish Studies 9 (1): 17–26.

Fingerroos, Outi. 2012. “Karelianism in Present-Day Finland.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (1): 79–93.

Flint, Aili. 1998. “Finnish Studies at Columbia University in the City of New York.” Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (1): 52–60.

Forsman Svensson, Pirkko. 1997. “Royal Biographies and Battle Accounts: Samples of 17th Century Official Finnish.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (2): 101–10.

Forsman Svensson, Pirkko. 1999. “Computerized Corpora: Shortcuts to Research into Old Literary Finnish.” Journal of Finnish Studies 3 (2): 50–57.

Foulkes, Nicol. 2014. “The Perils of Highly Skilled Mobility: Welfare, Risk, and Temporary Migration from the Nordic Region to India.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 17 (1/2): 199–224.

Frandy, Tim. 2007. “‘There’s Iron in the Earth!’: Earthiness and Reason in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.” Special Issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 11 (2): 47–60.

Frandy, Tim. 2010. “Lust, Labor, and Lawlessness: The Bad Finn in Finnish American Folksong.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (1): 29–45.

Franklin-Rahkonen, Sharon M. 2006. “Finland’s Jewish Community: The Path to Integration.” Journal of Finnish Studies 10 (1): 44–59.

Frolov, Dmitri. 2011. “Canadian and American Finns in the GULAG.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 15 (1/2): 158–65.

Gallagher, Ben. 2005. “Kalevala’s Kullervo Sequence: A Tragedy of Hope.” Journal of Finnish Studies 9 (1): 27–38.

Goings, Aaron. 2010. “Hall Syndicalism: Radical Finns and Wobbly Culture in Grays Harbor, Washington.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (1): 18–28.

Golubev, Alexey, and Irina Takala. 2011. “The Harsh Reality of Fine Words: The Daily Implementation of Immigration Policies in Soviet Karelia.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 15 (1/2): 124–43.

Grace, Andrew. 2007. “Landscape and Identity in Finnish-American Poetry.” Journal of Finnish Studies 11 (2): 29–36.

Gronow, Pekka. 2010. “Finnish and Finnish-American Folklore Studies: An Afterword.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (1): 66–70.

Haanpää, Pentti. 1998. “Listening to the Word” (Sanankuulolla). Translated by Börje Vähämäki. Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (2): 136–38.

Habti, Driss. 2014. “Spatialities of Work and Home in a Dual-Career Context of Highly Skilled Arab Women in Finland.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 17 (1/2): 92–125.

Habri, Driss, and Saara Koikkalainen, eds. 2014. International Highly Skilled Migration: The Case of Finland. Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 17 (1/2). 261 pp. (Available at www.amazon.com)

Habti, Driss, and Saara Koikkalainen. 2014. “International Highly Skilled Migration: The Case of Finland: An Introduction.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 17 (1/2): 317.

Häkkinen, Antti. 2008. “The Finnish Civil War of 1918: A National Catastrophe That Might Have Been Avoided.” Journal of Finnish Studies 12 (2): 5–25.

Häkkinen, Kaisa. 2002. “Elias Lönnrot as a Linguist.” Journal of Finnish Studies 6 (1/2): 27–40.

Häkli, Jouni. 2005. “Who is the Finn?: Globalization and Identity in Finland.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 9 (2): 12–26.

Halmari, Helena. 1999. “Power Relationships and Register Variation in Väinö Linna’s Here Under the Northern Star.” Journal of Finnish Studies 3 (2): 36–49.

Halmari, Helena. 2011. “Editorial.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 15 (1/2): 1–2.

Halmari, Helena. 2013. “Editorial.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (2): 3–4.

Halmari, Helena. 2014. “Editorial.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 17 (1/2): 1–2.

Halmari, Helena. 2014. “Editorial.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 18 (1): 1–2. Hämäläinen, Niina. 2014. “Why is Aino not Described as a Black Maiden? Reflections on the Textual Presentations by Elias Lönnrot in the Kalevala and the Kanteletar.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 18 (1): 91–129.

Hänninen, Kirsi. 2012. “Encounters with the Unknown: Finnish Supernatural Narratives in the Early Twenty-First Century.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (1): 108–25.

Harpelle, Ron. 2004. “Introduction.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (1): 7–11.

Harpelle, Ron, and Michel Beaulieu (eds.). 2010. Developments, Definitions, and Directions in Finnish Language, Literature, and Culture: A Selection of Papers Presented at Finn Forum IX in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (2). 74 pp.

Harpelle, Ronald N., and Michel S. Beaulieu. 2010. “Guest Editors’ Introduction: Definitions, and Directions in Finnish Language, Literature, and Culture. Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (2): v–vi.

Harpelle, Ron, Varpu Lindström, and Alexis E. Pogorelskin (eds.) 2004. Karelian Exodus: Finnish Communitites in North America and Soviet Karelian during the Depression Era. Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (1). 226 pp. (Available at www.amazon.com)

Heinonen, Tuula, and Carol Hussa Harvey. 2001. “The Social Construction of Home by Finnish Immigrants in Winnipeg, Canada.” Journal of Finnish Studies 5 (2): 41–48.

Herberts, Kjell, and Börje Vähämäki. 1998. “‘At Home They Long for Far Away, Abroad They Yearn for Home’: Swedish-Speaking Ostrobothnia.” Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (2): 20–26.

Hieta, Erik. 2009. “Benefiting Finns: How the Finnish Relief Fund of 1939-1940 Impacted American Politics and Society.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (1): 24–31.

Holli, Melvin. 2001. “Emil Hurja and the Winter War’s Impact on American Isolationism.” Journal of Finnish Studies 5 (2): 31–40.

Hoglund, A. William. 1997. “Searching for North American Finnishness: Historiography of Finnforums I-IV.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (3): 10–18.

Hollingshaus, Wade. 2001. “Anticlimax in Kivi’s Yö ja päivä.” Journal of Finnish Studies 5 (1): 57–65.

Hollo, Anselm. 1997. “Some Thoughts on the Translation of Contemporary Poetry and Fiction from Finland and the US Publishing Scene.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (2): 133–36.

Hong, Barbara J. 2000. “Postmodern Settings of the Kalevala: Three Operas by Finnish Composer Einojuhani Rautavaara.” Journal of Finnish Studies 4 (2): 26–33.

Hong, Barbara. 2010. “Medieval Finland Depicted in Post-Modern Music: Rautavaara’s Opera Thomas.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (2): 43–50.

Honko, Lauri. 1998. “In Memoriam: Matti Akseli Kuusi 1914-1998.” Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (1): 5.

Hoogendoorn, Mandy. 1999. “Remembering and Forgetting the Finnish Civil War.” Journal of Finnish Studies 3 (1): 28–49.

Hummasti, P. G. 2009. “‘Hyvӓ Toivo’: The Finnish-American Temperance Movement.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (1): 48–57.

Hutchison, Stephen. 2006. “The Man without a Class: Aki Kaurismäki and Marxist Philosophy.” Journal of Finnish Studies 10 (1): 17–24.

Jalava, Mauri A. 2000. “Pehr Kalm: First Contact (1749-1750).” Journal of Finnish Studies 4 (1): 4–16.

Johnson, Phillip. 2009. “Welcome to Finlandia University.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (1): iv.

Kääpä, Pietari. 2004. “‘The Working Class Has No Fatherland’: Aki Kaurismäki’s Films and the Transcending of National Specificity.” Special Issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (2): 77–95.

Kaivola-Bregenhøj, Annikki. 2012. “Traditional Dream Narration and Interpretation.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (1): 94–107.

Kallioniemi, Kari, and Kimi Kärki. 2009. “The Kalevala, Popular Music, and National Culture.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (2): 61–72.

Kangaspuro, Markku. 2004. “The Soviet Depression and Finnish Immigrants in Soviet Karelia.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (1): 132–40.

Kangaspuro, Markku. 2011. “Finnish Project: Karelian Workers’ Commune.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 15 (1/2): 39–50.

Kangaspuro, Markku. 2011. “Finns in the Whirl of the Soviet Union’s Foreign Policy.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 15 (1/2): 166–76.

Kangaspuro, Markku, and Samira Saramo. 2011. “Foreword.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 15 (1/2): 3–4.

Kangaspuro, Markku, and Samira Saramo. 2011. “Introduction.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 15 (1/2): 5–15.

Kangaspuro, Markku, and Samira Saramo, eds. 2011. Victims and Survivors of Karelia. Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 15 (1/2). 180 pp.
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Kantola, Janna. 1999. “The Poet of Finland?: Discussing Pentti Saarikoski.” Journal of Finnish Studies 3 (2): 26–35.

Kantola, Janna. 2002. “Songs from a Far-Off Country: On Eino Leino and Pentti Saarikoski.” Journal of Finnish Studies 6 (1/2): 77–87.

Kauffman, George B., and Lauri Niinistö. 1999. “Edvard Immanuel Hjelt: Finnish Chemist and Statesman.” Journal of Finnish Studies 3 (1): 50–59.

Kaukonen, Scott. 2013. “‘I Wish There Had Been a Little Bit More Finland’: Finnish Crime Novels in English Translation.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (2): 108–29.

Kaunonen, Gary. 2010. “Finnish-American Working-Class Literacy through Song: A Foreword.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (1): 1–5.

Kauppinen, Killi. 1997. “The Future of Sauna in Canada.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (3): 137–44.

Kepsu, Kaisa, and John Westerholm. 2005. “Finland-Swedish Identity under Pressure: Challenges for an ‘Old Minority.’” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 9 (2): 72-97.

Kettunen-Hujanen, Eija. 2000. “A Wretched Life or a Journey to Wealth?: Adaptation of Immigrants from Savo, North Karelia, and Kainuu to Canada, 1918–1930.” Journal of Finnish Studies 4 (2): 49–59.

Kiriakos, Carol Marie. 2014. “How Globally Mobile ‘Elites’ Experience Distance: Highly Skilled Finns in Silicon Valley.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 17 (1/2): 180–98.

Knuuttila, Seppo. 2009. “Kalevala, Myths, and Visual Arts.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (2): 38–44. Koikkalainen, Saara. 2014. “Strategies for Transferring Cultural Capital: The Case of Highly Skilled Finns in Europe.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 17 (1/2): 155–79.

Koivukangas, Olavi. 1997. “Challenges of Finnish Migration Research and Genealogy in the New Millenium.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (3): 48–55.

Kokko, Yrjö. 2003. “Pessi and Illusia: The Vanished Fairies.” An excerpt translated by Kaarina Brooks. Journal of Finnish Studies 7 (2): 44–51.

Korhonen, Vesa. 2014. “International Degree Students’ Integration into the Finnish Higher Education and Labor Market.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 17 (1/2): 126–53.

Korkiasaari, Jouni, and Mika Roinila. 2005. “Finnish North Americans Today.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 9 (2): 98–116.

Koskela, Kaisu. 2014. “Boundaries of Belonging: Highly Skilled Migrants and the Migrant Hierarchy in Finland.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 17 (1/2): 19–41.

Kostiainen, Auvo. 2009. “The Image of Finnish-Americans in Finland and the United States: A Comparison.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (1): 40–47.

Kuismin, Anna. 2012. “Building the Nation, Lighting the Torch: Excursions into the Writings of the Common People in Nineteenth-Century Finland.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (1): 5–24.

Kyösola, Satu. 2004. “The Archivist’s Nostalgia.” Special Issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (2): 46–62.

Lähteenmäki, Maria. 2013. “A Sense of Terijoki: The Discourse of Karelia in the Karelian Borderlands.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (2): 29–46.

Lahti-Argutina, Eila. 2004. “The Fate of Finnish Canadians in Soviet Karelia.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (1): 118–31.

Laine, Kimmo, and Hannu Salmi. 2009. “From Sampo to The Age of Iron: Cinematic Interpretations of the Kalevala.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (2): 73–84.

Laitinen, Kai. 1997. “The Legacy of Sillanpӓӓ.” Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (1): 25–33.

Landon, Philip. 1999. “Finnish Nature, French Naturalism: Juhani Aho at the 1889 Exposition Universelle.” Journal of Finnish Studies 3 (1): 4–27.

Larsson, Lars-Gunnar. 1998. “In Memoriam: Béla Kálmán 1913–1997.” Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (1): 6.

Latvala, Pauliina. 2013. “The Narrativization of Political Socialization in Finnish Oral History Texts.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (2): 141–59.

Leary, James P. 2010. “Yksi Suuri Union: Field Recordings and Finnish American IWW Songs.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (1): 6–17.

Leary, James P., and Hilary Joy Virtanen, eds. 2010. Finnish-American Songs and Tunes, from Mines, Lumber Camps, and Workers’ Halls. Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (1). 82 pp.

Leary, James P., and Hilary Joy Virtanen. 2010. “Guest Editors’ Introduction.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (1): ii.

Lindow, John. 1997. “Baldr and Lemminkäinen.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (2): 37–47.

Lindström, Varpu. 1997. “Ethnocentricity and Taboos: Untouched Themes in Finnish Canadian Social History.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (3): 33–47.

Lindström, Varpu. 2000. “Utopia for Women?: The Sointula Experiment, 1901-1905.” Journal of Finnish Studies 4 (2): 4–25.

Lindström, Varpu. 2004. “The Finnish Canadian Communities during the Decade of Depression.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (1): 15–27.

Lindström, Varpu, Oiva Saarinen, and Börje Vähämäki. 1997. “Introduction.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (3): 8–9.

Lindström, Varpu, Oiva Saarinen, and Börje Vähämäki, eds. 1997. Melting into Great Waters: Papers from FINNFORUM V. Special Issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (3). 224 pp.

Lulle, Aija, and Marta Balode. 2014. “Marriage Migration and Skills: Narratives of Latvian Women in Finland.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 17 (1/2): 67–91.

Mäkelä, Liisa, Vesa Suutari, and Chris Brewster. 2014. “The Factors Contributing to Work/Life Conflicts and Enrichment among Finnish Global Careerists.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 17 (1/2): 225–48.

Markowska, Martyna. 2013. “Lapland Dislocated: Jorma Puranen’s Photography and Anthropology.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (2): 130–40.

Matson, Suzanne. 2009. “The Liberty Committee: Finns, Sedition, and Montana Vigilantes during World War I.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (1): 67–74.

McRobbie-Utasi, Zita. 1998. “In Memoriam: Osmo Lahti 1933–1998.” Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (2): 7.

Middleton, Anita. 1997. “Karelian Fever: Interviews with Survivors.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (3): 179–82.

Miettinen, Helena, and Raija Warkentin. 2004. “Memories of the North American Depression among Finnish Americans in the Soviet Union.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (1): 201–15.

Mihai, Carmen, and Raija Warkentin. 2006. “Managing Ethnic Diversity in Finnish Immigrant Businesses of Thunder Bay.” Journal of Finnish Studies 10 (2): 23–39.

Moisala, Pirkko. 1998. “Music and Musicians from Ostrobothnia.” Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (2): 52–58.

Muhonen, Anu. 2010. “‘It’s a Vicious Circle’: The Roles and Functions of English in Sweden Finnish Youth Radio Programs.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (2): 1–17.

Musselman, Cecelia Anne. 1998. “Finnish Medial Clusters of Two Consonants: Phonotaxis and History.” Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (1): 61–63.

Nestingen, [Andrew]. 1999. “Contradictions, Ironies, Identities: Joel Lehtonen’s Kerran kesällä and Kuolleet omenapuut.” Journal of Finnish Studies 3 (2): 4–25.

Nestingen, Andrew. 2002. “Leaving Home: Global Circulation and Aki Kaurismäki’s Ariel.” Journal of Finnish Studies 6 (1/2): 5–26.

Nestingen, Andrew. 2004. “In Search of Aki Kaurismäki.” Special Issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (2): 7–19.

Nestingen, Andrew, ed. 2004. In Search of Aki Kaurismäki: Aesthetics and Context. Special Issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (2). 119 pp.
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Nestingen, Andrew. 2004. “Leaving Home: Global Circulation and Aki Kaurismäki’s Ariel.” Special Issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (2): 96–115.

Niemelä, Juha. 1997. “Cultural Reflections in Finnish American Songs.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (3): 100–116.

Niemi, Mari. 1998. “Hunger or Yearning for Freedom?: Migration from Ostrobothnia to North America.” Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (2): 59–85.

Niemisto, Paul. 2010. “Finnish American Sheet Music Publishing.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (1): 53–65.

Novikova, Irina. 2010. “From Loyalists to Separatists: Russian Images of the Finns, 1809– 1917.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (2): 25–42.

Nummi, Jyrki. 2003. “Generic Signal and Allusion in Aleksis Kivi’s Seven Brothers.” Journal of Finnish Studies 7 (2): 25–34.

Nummi, Jyrki. 2005. “Artistic Personality and Juhani Aho’s Novel Yksin.” Journal of Finnish Studies 9 (1): 5–16.

Nummi, Jyrki. 2006. “Seven Sages from the East: Aleksis Kivi’s Seven Brothers and the Genre of Dialogue.” Journal of Finnish Studies 10 (1): 4–16.

Nummi, Jyrki. 2007. “Space and Mind in Seven Brothers: The Case of the Pale Maiden.” Journal of Finnish Studies 11 (1): 4–19.

Nummi, Jyrki. 2009. “The Solitary Sinuhe: Waltari and the Periodic Turn of the Literature of the 1940s.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (1): 14–22.

Olsson, Pia. 2014. “‘Good Factual Knowledge’ for Future Generations: Questionnaire Activity Defining Traditional Culture.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 18 (1): 65–90.

Olsson, Pia, and Eija Stark, eds. 2014. From Cultural Knowledge to Cultural Heritage: Finnish Archives and Their Reflections of the People. Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 18 (1). 204 pp. (Available at www.amazon.com)

Olsson, Pia, and Eija Stark. 2014. “Making Cultural Heritage in Finland: The Production of and Challenge to Tradition.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 18 (1): 3–10.

Paaskoski, Leena. 2013. “Towards a Better Life: Family Capital and Upward Social Mobility Among Finnish Forestry Employees in the Extended 1950s.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (2): 66–89.

Passi, Leena. 1998. “Painting the Ostrobothnian Landscape: Eero Nelimarkka, Aira Niemi-Pynttäri, and Veli Ekroos.” Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (2): 86–102.

Pentikäinen, Johanna. 2001. “Origin and Emptiness: Paavo Haavikko on Finnish Mythology.” Journal of Finnish Studies 5 (1): 45–56.

Pentikäinen, Juha. 1998. “Lars Levi Laestadius Revisited: A Lesser-Known Side of the Story.” Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (2): 103–35.

Pentikäinen, Juha. 1998. “The Religious Movements in Ostrobothnia.” Journal of FinnishStudies 2 (2): 27–51.

Pogorelskin, Alexis. 1997. “New Perspectives on Karelian Fever: The Recruitment of North American Finns to Karelia in the Early 1930s.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (3): 165–78.

Pogorelskin, Alexis E. 2004. “Communism and the Co-ops: Recruiting and Financing the Finnish-American Migration to Karelia.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (1): 28–47.

Pogorelskin, Alexis E. 2004. “Pipeline Accident on Lake Onega: A Study of Ethnic Conflict in Soviet Karelia, 1934.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (1): 176–88.

Raento, Pauliina, ed. 2005. Finnishness in Finland and North America: Constituents, Changes, and Challenges. Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 9 (2). 143 pp. (Available at www.amazon.com)

Raento, Pauliina. 2005. “Introduction to Finnishness in Finland and North America: Constituents, Changes, and Challenges.” Special Issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 9 (2): 711.

Raento, Pauliina. 2005. “Changing Food Culture and Identity in Finland.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 9 (2): 50–71.

Raffo, Peter. 2004. “‘Murder’ in the Bush: The Making of a Modern Myth.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (1): 87–104.

Raittila, Hannu. 2003. “The Altar Stone.” Translated by Owen F. Witesman. Journal of Finnish Studies 7 (1): 57–62.

Robertson, David. 1997. “Finnish and Canadian Literatures: A Comparison Using Salme Orvokki Pinola’s The Fatherless as an Illustration.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (3): 145–54.

Roinila, Mika. 1997. “The Finland-Swedes in Canada: Past and Present.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (3): 90–99.

Roinila, Mika. 2000. “Finland-Swedes of British Columbia.” Journal of Finnish Studies 4 (1): 17–36.

Roinila, Mika. 2007. “A Forgotten Outreach: The Finnish Salvation Army in North America.” Journal of Finnish Studies 11 (1): 32–46.

Roinila, Mika. 2009. “Finland-Swedish Experience in North America.” Journal of Finnish Studies 13 (1): 58–66.

Rosequist, Andy. 2010. “The Shamanic Connection: Shared Influences in Norse Mythology and the Kalevala.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 14 (2): 18–24.

Roy, Matthew. 1998. “Sex, Art, and Inspirations: Viewing the Kalevala as Man and Woman.” Journal of Finnish Studies 2 (1): 7–23.

Saariluoma, Liisa. 1997. “On the Function of Literature and Literary Education.” Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (1): 47–51.

Saarinen, Oiva. 1997. “Geographical Perspectives on Finnish Settlements in the Sudbury Area.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 1 (3): 19–32.

Saarinen, Oiva. 2003. “In Memoriam: Mauri Amiko Jalava 1925-2004.” Journal of Finnish Studies 7 (2): 3–4.

Saarinen, Oiva, and Gerry Tapper. 2004. “Sudbury in the Great Depression: The Tumultuous Years.” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 8 (1): 48–66.

Sadik-Ogli, Nikolai. 2000. “Bloody Might: Dada in Finland in the 1920s.” Journal of Finnish Studies 4 (1): 37–51.

Sadik-Ogli, Nikolai. 2000. “Finnish Futurist Visual Art.” Journal of Finnish Studies 4 (2): 34–48.

Salenius, Sirpa. 2012. “Frances Willard’s Peep at Finland.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (1): 59–78.

Salenius, Sirpa. 2013. “Reflections of Home in Nineteenth-Century American Travel Writing of Finland.” Journal of Finnish Studies 16 (2): 5–28.

Saramo, Samira. 2008. “‘Iron Woman’ at Heart, Flexible in Life: A Look at the Letters of Sanna Kannasto, 04-1919–02-1920.” Journal of Finnish Studies 12 (1): 48–61.

Saramo, Samira. 2011. “Road to Utopia: Finnish Communities in Canada and the United States up to ‘Karelian Fever.’” Special issue of Journal of Finnish Studies 15 (1/2): 18–38.

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