Sanna Turoma

Professor, Venäjän kieli ja kulttuuri (Russian language and culture)
Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Sciences
| Sub unit: Language Studies

About me

Educated at the University of Helsinki and Columbia University (USA), I specialize in culture, literature and humanities in Russian area studies. My research and teaching interests span the interactions between culture and society, intellectual histories, and imperial and spatial knowledge production in the Eurasian context. I am the author and co-author of Brodsky Abroad: Empire, Tourism, Nostalgia (U of Wisconsin Press, 2010), Venäläisen kirjallisuuden historia, w/Kirsti Ekonen (Gaudeamus, 2012, 2. painos 2015); Empire Decentered: New Spatial Histories of Russia and the Soviet Union, w/ Maxim Waldstein (Ashgate, 2013); Cultural Forms of Protest in Russia, w/B.Beumers, A.Etkind, O.Gurova (Routledge, 2017); Russia as Civilization: Politics, Media, and Academia, w/Kåre Johan Mjör (Routledge, in print).