Next session on 23 November 2022 at 13 (CET) / 14 (EET)
Jenni Simkin (Natural Resource Institute Finland): Should you visit a managed or natural forest for the best of your well-being?
To join the session, please contact
judith.kiss(at)uni-jena.de or tuulikki.halla(at)uef.fi
to get the Zoom Link
Scientific Coffee “Human-Forest-Relationships”
Let’s sit and talk in the scientific café! The “Scientific Coffee HFR” sessions give room for open and relaxed discussions on current research subjects related to human and society relations to forests. It warmly welcomes all interested in forest-related research to join online sessions.
Each session lasts approximately two hours. It starts with a 30-minutes presentation of a guest speaker. After the presentation, with coffee or tea and cookies at hand, participants have plenty of room for an open discussion and exchange.
The “Scientific Coffee HFR” takes place two to three times per semester on Wednesday afternoons.
Guest speakers wanted! If you are interested in contributing to the “Scientific Coffee HFR”, please contact either judith.kiss(at)uni-jena.de or tuulikki.halla(at)uef.fi with info on your subject (title and short abstract) and a preferred Wednesday (13-15 CET / 14-16 EET).
The idea for a scientific coffee HFR came up during a cooperation between Finnish and German researchers in 2021. The Finnish research project Human-Forest Relationships in Societal Change and the German research group Mentalities im Flux (flumen) organized the workshop “Contested Society-Nature-Relations. Forest related Emotions, Practices & Conflicts in Times of Societal Change” in May 2021. The first “Scientific Coffee HFR” session was held in September 2021.
The “Scientific Coffee HFR” is organized by:
- Human-Forest Relationship Research Club of the Finnish Society of Forest Science
- The research group “Mentalities in Flux” (flumen) Research Project
“Scientific Coffee HFR” Topics
Coming on 23.11.2022:
Jenni Simkin (LUKE – Natural Resource Institute Finland): Should you visit a managed or natural forest for the best of your well-being?
- To join the events, please contact judith.kiss(at)uni-jena.de or tuulikki.halla(at)uef.fi to get the Zoom Link.
Ronja Mikoleit (Institute for Environmental Social Sciences and Geography, University of Freiburg): Climate heroes in the forest – Heroic (self-)representations in forestry and their consequences
Maija Halonen (University of Eastern Finland): Socio-economic forest relations in Northern peripheries
“People and forests – Developing the concepts and methodologies for researching
human-forest-relationship and social relationships with nature” (panel with four presentations), special event as part of the 4th International Forest Policy Meeting
Dominik Menton-Enderlin (Forest Research Institute Baden-Württemberg, FVA): “Basically this is all my forest” – qualitative and quantitative research results on psychological ownership among forest visitors in Germany
Tuomo Takala (University of Eastern Finland): Critical discourse analysis as a method and a theory
Lukas Fehr (Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen): Narratives and interpretations of forests in the forestry and timber sector between recreation and wood production
Anne Matilainen (University of Helsinki): Feelings of psychological ownership towards forests