Atlas of Finnish Literature 1870–1940
PI: Asko Nivala
What kind of geographical areas have been imagined in Finnish literature? What kind of maps do the classics of our literature draw? Where are the centres and peripheries of Finnish literature? Literary cartography emerged in the late 1990s as part of the spatial turn in the humanities. In the 2000s, it has adopted the methods of digital humanities, combining the processing of natural languages with geographic information system. The Atlas of Finnish Literature 1870-1940 project applies these new methods for the first time to the study of Finnish fiction.
- Docent Asko Nivala
- Dr. Juhana Saarelainen
- Dr. Jasmine Westerlund
- Web developer Ville Hietamäki
- Dr. Harri Kiiskinen