Biography

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

  • Project Coordinator in Aboagora – Between Arts and Sciences Symposium (1.9.2013–)
  • Project Coordinator in Falling Walls Lab Turku (1.9.2013–)
  • Best Poster Award at Pedagogic Fair (University of Turku and Åbo Akademi) with Tiina Mahlamäki, Jaana Kouri and Jere Kyyrö.
  • Research Assistant, Department of Comparative Religion, University of Turku
  • Teacher (part-time), Department of Comparative Religion, University of Turku
  • Teacher (part-time), Turku Christian Institute
  • Research Grant, Kirkon tutkimuskeskus
  • Research Grant, Suomalainen Konkordia-liitto
  • Research Grant, Oscar Öflunds Stiftelse
  • Fieldwork in St. Michael’s Parish, Turku – Finland

2012

  • Research Assistant, Department of Comparative Religion, University of Turku
  • Teacher (part-time), Department of Comparative Religion, University of Turku
  • Teacher (part-time), Turku Christian Institute
  • Fieldwork in St. Michael’s Parish, Turku – Finland

2011

  • Doctoral Candidate in Comparative Religion, University of Turku
  • Research Assistant, Department of Comparative Religion, University of Turku
  • The Finnish Society for the Study of Religion Gradu award honouring excellence in graduate thesis. Anna (Haapalainen) Nurminen: Rukouskieli ja merkitys. Miten lähestyä rukousta kognitiivisen lingvistiikan ja uskontotieteen menetelmin

2010

  • MA Thesis in Comparative Religion, University of Turku

2009

  • Course Secretary in the Department of Comparative Religion, University of Turku

2008

  • Trainee at the Department of Comparative Religion, University of Turku
  • Conference Secretary in NCSR Conference, University of Turku and Åbo Akademi
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