The academic literature published by SKS in English under the series Studia Fennica includes half a dozen titles every year. Based on peer evaluation, the selection of the published manuscripts is made by the publication committee constituted by experts. The authors are among the world’s top scholars in their respective areas of expertise.
The Studia Fennica Series, which dates back to 1933, showcases work on the Finnish language, literature, history and culture. Studia Fennica publishes recent and novel research in English, in the form of both monographs and edited volumes which often combine Finnish and international contributions. The series comprises six sub-series: Anthropologica, Ethnologica, Folkloristica, Historica, Linguistica, and Litteraria, each of which has its own editor-in-chief. The volumes in each series are internationally refereed.
Most of the publications of Studia Fennica series are freely available in open access on oa.finlit.fi.
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The Limits of Patriarchy — How Female Networks of Pilfering and Gossip Sparked the First Debates on Rural Gender Rights in the 19th-Century Finnish-Language Press
Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, 2011
34,00 € (30,91 € alv 0 %)
Peasants, Pilgrims, and Sacred Promises — Ritual and the Supernatural in Orthodox Karelian Folk Religion
Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, 2002
45,00 € (40,91 € alv 0 %)