The session programme
The programme with abstracts and bios, access to registered participants only:
A printable pdf version of the programme (will be also available on the registration desk):
Guidelines for presenters:
- Please limit your talk on the panel to 15 minutes
- Power point presentation works both in online and on-site panels
- Each panel is going to have a chair presenting the panelists and chairing the discussion
- Rooms / Zoom links for the panels will be found in the programme
- On-site participants are requested to bring their power point presentations with them on a memory stick
- The keynotes will be streamed and recorded for a few days use for the registered conference participants (password)
- Online participation in the panels is organized via Zoom. Links will be found in the conference programme
- Online panels will not be recorded
- We will offer a checking session of Zoom for those feeling the need to check their connection and working of the slides. This will take place on
Tuesday 14 June at 10 AM (EEST, Helsinki)
- We have ten time slots for the panels out of which seven include online panels. Chairs of the online panels (facilitators in the cases the chair is online) are in Turku in rooms where also onsite audience can join. We have some hybrid panels that online participants can follow via Zoom
We use Zoom in online and hybrid sessions.
A Guide for Zoom:
– please notice that some of the guidelines are for the university of Turku staff – general advices are, however, the same for all
The links for the panels will be in the conference programme. Please notice that a passcode will be needed to enter the Zoom session (passcodes will be along the links in the programme).
Testing Zoom for those feeling the need:
Topic: IABA 2022 Turku, Testing zoom
Time: Jun 14, 2022 10:00 AM Helsinki (ECT +3)
Join Zoom Meeting
https://utu.zoom.us/j/68294774990 (new, updated link!)
In the case of a technical emergency (zoom access issues, mainly), you can use Whatsapp text to +358505344697.
Are you chairing a session?
We are happy to have such a great group of participants chairing the sessions. As a chair please
· be in the room in time, 5-10 minute before the start
· introduce yourself as a chair to the presenters and later to the audience
· notice that PowerPoint presentations are brought with memory stick and should be downloaded on the room computer before the session start
· there will be a student-helper in each room to help with PowerPoint etc.
· bear in mind that presenters should limit their talk to 15 minutes. Inform them in advance that you are going to give them a mark when the time is running off (with the sign “TIME, 2 min” / TIME available in the room). Keep record of time and inform the presenter when needed
· open the discussion; you are welcome to address the first question while others might gather thoughts.
are available on the Turku campus
The social programme
A film screening and discussion (16:00): ‘Kaisa’s Enchanted Forest’ (director Katja Gauriloff, orig. Kuun metsän Kaisa), documentary.
A magical story about the lifelong friendship, the age-old legend of Aurora Borealis and a culture that was almost destroyed by the Second World War.
Film screening is followed by a panel discussion with historians, films scholars, and scholars in Sámi culture.
Reception in the City Hall (19:00), Aurakatu 2 (within a walking distance from the conference venue).
Young scholars’ get-together (17:00) at the Cathedral Park Terrace, Tuomiokirkonkatu 1,
and bar night (19:00 ->) at the Dynamo bar, Linnankatu 7.
A film screening (18:00): ‘Independent Miss Craigie’ with the director Lizzie Thynne.
Years after her death, film director Jill Craigie reopens an old suitcase, left behind in her house. The contents prompt memories of the extraordinary life and loves of this forceful, charismatic woman. Working outside the British Documentary Movement in the 1940s and early 50s, Craigie (1911 – 99), was one of the first women directors in the UK and, later, the wife of former Labour leader, Michael Foot. Her films such as To Be Woman (1951), on equal pay for women, and Out of Chaos (1944) on modern art, featuring Henry Moore and Paul Nash, tackled new subjects for the cinema through a unique blend of drama, polemic and often humour. Dual narrative voices – from actual interviews and a script performed by Hayley Atwell – evoke the split between Craigie’s persona as a young, apparently confident film-maker and her later dismissal of her work.
Supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and The University of Sussex.
Conference dinner (19:00) in the restaurant Grädda, Piispankatu 15, also close to the Turku Cathedral in within walking distance (https://gradda.fi/).
Dinner cruise (18:00) in the Archipelago.