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17.03.1970
+358400107270
jason.finch@abo.fi
Jason Finch is Associate Professor in English Language and Literature at Åbo Akademi University and adjunct professor in the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of Turku, both in Finland. He has written or co-edited eight books, including Deep Locational Criticism (2016) and The Materiality of Literary Narratives in Urban History (co-edited, 2020). Jason is a co-founder of the Association for Literary Urban Studies (ALUS) and currently (2018–20) its President. His current research focuses on the literary history of the London ‘slum’, and on mediations of the urbanity of British and US cities which boomed in the nineteenth century, including Birmingham, Liverpool, Bradford, St Louis and Memphis.
PI (Finland), 2019-2022, HERA project ‘Public Transport as Public Space in European Cities: Narrating, Experiencing, Contesting’ (PUTSPACE), www.putspace.eu.

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.08.2019–...   
Åbo Akademi University, Dotsent (1,00)
01.08.2016–31.07.2019   
Åbo Akademi University, Teadur (1,00)
01.08.2012–31.07.2015   
Åbo Akademi University / Academy of Finland, Järeldoktor (1,00)
01.08.2008–31.07.2016   
Åbo Akademi, Lektor (1,00)
2006–2009   
Tallinna Ülikool, Eesti Humanitaarinstituut, Euroopa kultuuriloo osakond, Anglistika õppetool, Lektor
 
 
Haridustee
01.08.2005–15.06.2011   
PhD

Juhendatud järeldoktorid

  • 01.01.2020−30.11.2021 Silja Laine "English Language and LIterature" Åbo Akademi

Publikatsioonid

Klass
Aasta
Publikatsioon
 
3.1.
2020
3.1.
2020
4.1.
2020
4.1.
2020
3.1.
2019
3.1.
2019
4.1.
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4.1.
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1.2.
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3.1.
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3.1.
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6.7.
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4.1.
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2.1.
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2.1.
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1.3.
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3.1.
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4.1.
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6.3.
2015
1.1.
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3.1.
2012
2.1.
2011
4.1.
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5.2.
2004
6.04.2020
17.03.1970
+358400107270
jason.finch@abo.fi
Jason Finch is Associate Professor in English Language and Literature at Åbo Akademi University and adjunct professor in the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of Turku, both in Finland. He has written or co-edited eight books, including Deep Locational Criticism (2016) and The Materiality of Literary Narratives in Urban History (co-edited, 2020). Jason is a co-founder of the Association for Literary Urban Studies (ALUS) and currently (2018–20) its President. His current research focuses on the literary history of the London ‘slum’, and on mediations of the urbanity of British and US cities which boomed in the nineteenth century, including Birmingham, Liverpool, Bradford, St Louis and Memphis.
PI (Finland), 2019-2022, HERA project ‘Public Transport as Public Space in European Cities: Narrating, Experiencing, Contesting’ (PUTSPACE), www.putspace.eu.

Career

Institutions and positions
01.08.2019–...   
Åbo Akademi University, Associate Professor (1,00)
01.08.2016–31.07.2019   
Åbo Akademi University, Researcher (1,00)
01.08.2012–31.07.2015   
Åbo Akademi University / Academy of Finland, Post-Doc (1,00)
01.08.2008–31.07.2016   
Åbo Akademi University, Lecturer (1,00)
2006–2009   
Tallinn University, The Estonian Institute of Humanities, Department of European Cultural Theory, Anglistika õppetool, Lecturer
 
 
Education
01.08.2005–15.06.2011   
PhD

Supervision of postdoctoral researchers

  • 01.01.2020−30.11.2021    Silja Laine  "English Language and LIterature" (Åbo Akademi University)

Publications

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3.1.
2020
3.1.
2020
4.1.
2020
4.1.
2020
3.1.
2019
3.1.
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4.1.
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4.1.
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1.2.
2018
3.1.
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3.1.
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6.7.
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4.1.
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2.1.
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2.1.
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1.3.
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3.1.
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4.1.
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6.3.
2015
1.1.
2012
3.1.
2012
2.1.
2011
4.1.
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5.2.
2004
6.04.2020

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"Quite an Aristocratic Place, Although in Whitechapel": Hospital Topographies and Margaret Harkness's Writing of LondonFinch, Jason2020The Materiality of Literary Narratives in Urban History3.1.
Urban History and the Materialities of/in LiteratureAmeel, Lieven; Finch, Jason; Laine, Silja; Dennis, Richard2020The Materiality of Literary Narratives in Urban History3.1.
Kirjanduslikud linnauuringudSoovik, Ene-Reet; Talivee, Elle-Mari; Finch, Jason; Printsmann, Anu; Laak, Marin; Lestberg, Ly (Eds.)20204.1.
The Materiality of Literary Narratives in Urban HistoryAmeel, Lieven; Finch, Jason; Laine, Silja; Dennis, Richard (Eds)20204.1.
Chapter 7. The many-sided comedy of George Gissing’s The Nether WorldFinch, Jason2019Renaissance Man3.1.
Introducing Anthony W. JohnsonAlho, Tommi; Finch, Jason; Sell, Roger D.2019Renaissance Man3.1.
Methis 24 (sügis 2019). Linnauuringute erinumberSoovik, Ene-Reet; Talivee, Elle-Mari; Finch, Jason; Printsmann, Anu2019Methis4.1.Underi ja Tuglase Kirjanduskeskus;
Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum;
Tartu Ülikool;
Tallinna Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste instituut, Maastiku ja kultuuri keskus
Renaissance ManAlho, Tommi; Finch, Jason; Sell, Roger D. (eds)20194.1.
“Inside His Idiom:” E. M. Forster’s T. S. EliotFinch, Jason2018E-rea1.2.
London Jewish … and Working-Class? Social Mobility and Boundary-Crossing in Simon Blumenfeld and Alexander BaronFinch, Jason2018Working-Class Writing3.1.
Pedestrianism, money and time Mobilities of hurry in George Gissing's The Private Papers of Henry RyecroftFinch, Jason2018ARCHITECTURES OF HURRY-MOBILITIES, CITIES AND MODERNITY3.1.
Toomas NipernaadiGailit, August20186.7.
Literary second citiesFinch, Jason, Ameel, Lieven, Salmela, Markku (Eds.)20174.1.
Deep locational criticism : imaginative place in literary research and teachingFinch, Jason20162.1.
Deep Locational Criticism. Imaginative Place in Literary Research and TeachingFinch, Jason20162.1.
Uue linna sünd Eduard Vilde romaanis "Kui Anija mehed Tallinnas käisid"Talivee, Elle-Mari; Finch, Jason2015Looming1.3.Underi ja Tuglase Kirjanduskeskus;
Tallinna Ülikool, Eesti Humanitaarinstituut
Eduard Vilde and Tallinn´s Dynamic Peripheries, 1858–1903Talivee, Elle-Mari; Finch, Jason2015Literature and the Peripheral City3.1.Underi ja Tuglase Kirjanduskeskus;
Tallinna Ülikool, Eesti Humanitaarinstituut
Literature and the peripheral cityFinch, Jason; Ameel, Lieven; Salmela, Markku (Eds.)20154.1.
Eduard Vilde's modernism and modernities: moving towards an urban EstoniaFinch, Jason2015Estonian Literary Magazine6.3.
E.M. FORSTER AND ENGLISH PLACE: A LITERARY TOPOGRAPHYFinch, Jason2012Neuphilologische Mitteilungen1.1.
Addressivity and literary history The case of William PlomerFinch, Jason2012LITERARY COMMUNITY-MAKING: THE DIALOGICALITY OF ENGLISH TEXTS FROM THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY TO THE PRESENT3.1.
E. M. Forster and English place : a literary topographyFinch, Jason20112.1.
Humane readings essays on literary mediation and communication in honour of Roger D. SellFinch, Jason; Sell, Roger D. (Eds.)20094.1.
E. M. Forster and the birth of multiculturalismFinch, Jason2004Multicultural perspectives on English language and literature : [international conference, 22-23 May 2003]5.2.