FFN Lecturer of the Year James Ford Cooper talks about Finland and the Cold War in the free Friday Night Lecture Series at Cramer Hall, Portland State University.
FFN Lecturer of the Year James Ford Cooper talks about "Finland in the Cold War," which he witnessed first hand when he was with the U.S. Foreign Service in Helsinki.
FFN Lecturer of the Year Frank Eld will speak about Finnish log cabin construction in the U.S.
Join FFN Lecturer of the Year Frank Eld in his program about the unique Finnish building technique of the log cabin, which he calls "the icon of our heritage." The talk takes place at the historic Lindgren Cabin at Cullaby Lake.
FFN Lecturer of the Year Soile Anderson and Eleanor Ostman share Finnish recipes and entertaining tips with a hands-on cooking class.
Symposium: Magic, Creatures and Legends - A Journey into Nordic Folklore includes Essential and Optional Magic in Finnish Daily Life: The Logic of Spells and Incantations in the Era before Magic Denial by Prof. Thomas DuBois, Halls-Bascom Professor of Scandinavian Studies and Folklore of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is a past FFN Lecturer of […]
Soile Anderson and Eleanor Ostman will demonstrate making the popular Finnish Celebration Cake in their FFN Lecturer of the Year program as part of the Cook & Eat series.
Past FFN Lecturer of the Year Thomas Dubois presents Songs of the Finnish Migration, and guitarist Jimmy Traskelin sings and performs songs from Lahtolaulu.
Lecturer of the Year Suzanne Matson, and author and poet, will talk about her work and conduct a writing workshop. Time and other details to come.
FFN Lecturer of the Year Suzanne Matson will talk about her writing, and tapping her family and personal history in her works.