The 2015 ETMU Days bring together researchers from the fields of indigenous studies and ethnicity and migration and creates an arena for a fruitful dialogue. The main language of the conference is English, but working groups may also be arranged in Finnish.
The keynote speakers of the conference are
- AUDRA SIMPSON: Mohawk Interruptus: Political Life Across the Borders of Settler States (Columbia University, USA)
- VELI-PEKKA LEHTOLA: Sámi Globetrotters. Indigenous Histories Outside the Frames of Colonialism (University of Oulu, Finland)
- NINNA NYBERG-SØRENSEN: Transnational Ties and Ruptures (Danish Institute for International Studies, Copenhagen, Denmark)
- FLORIAN STAMMLER: Mobility and Ties in the Russian Arctic (University of Lapland, Arctic Centre, Finland)