”Music, Multiculturality and Finland”

The Finnish Jazz & Pop Archive JAPA is pleased to invite you to the inaugural symposium of the research project
”Music, Multiculturality and Finland” (2014–2018), lead by Academy Research Fellow
Antti-Ville Kärjä. The programme of the symposium is as follows: Welcome: Director Janne Mäkelä, JAPA Opening address: Academy Research Fellow Antti-Ville Kärjä, JAPA Invited guest speeches by: • Professor Tina K. Ramnarine (Royal Holloway, University of London):
"Reflections on music and multiculturalism in two European contexts" • Professor Johannes Brusila (Åbo Akademi University):
"Who am I to tell? Finland-Swedish self-reflections on studying identity and music" • Researcher Tuomas Järvenpää (University of Helsinki):
”Far away from Ethiopia? Analysis on religion and ethnicity on Finnish roots reggae music” After the symposium, there will be a "record causerie" performed by researcher and DJ Mikko Mattlar, as well as
refreshments available at the premises of JAPA (the same location, 3rd floor).
Please confirm your participation in the symposium by sending email
to the address below no later than Monday 3 February 2014. Welcome!
Antti-Ville Kärjä, PhD, Adjunct Professor (Docent) Academy Research Fellow Finnish Jazz & Pop Archive JAPA Sörnäisten rantatie 25, 3rd floor FI-00500 Helsinki, Finland avk@jazzpoparkisto.net www.jazzpoparkisto.net/en/