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I am independent researcher and adjunct professor (history of criminal Law, University of Turku Faculty of Law). My doctoral theses (2008) analyzed the system of public shaming in the Duchy of Bavaria at the turn of the 16th century.
Interviews and media clips (in Finnish): Docventures (vieraiden esittely, #metoo-keskustelu, radiolähetys), Yle Aamu-tv (#metoo), Ajantasa (13.30–), Kultakuume, Yle radiouutiset (5:35–), Kultakuume, Aurora-lehti, Helsingin Sanomat, Sverigesradio, Aamu-TV, Souli.
Like and follow my latest book @pastpresentviolence, thank you!
Gender, Violence and Attitudes. Lessons from Early Modern Europe (Routledge, July 2018).
Did you know? Väkivaltakulttuurin perintö (on cultures of violence) -book (Gaudeamus, September 2015) was nominated as a candidate for the Academic Book of the Year in Finland.
My central research interests include gender and violence in historical and present-day contexts of criminal law, human rights and attitudinal change, especially intimate-partner violence, sexual violence and honour-related violence.
Read my blog (in Finnish): Väkivaltakulttuurin perintö.
Follow my ongoing research: Collective Gendered Violence from Preventative and Punitive Perspective, Social Inequalities and Discourses of Violence and ResearchGate.
Lectures on demand (30-90 min.):
Contact directly: satu(at)lidman.fi / satu.lidman(at)utu.fi.