Publications

Peer-reviewed scientific articles

Oiva, Mila and Urszula Pawlicka-Deger. “Lab and Slack. Situated Research Practices in Digital Humanities  Introduction to the DHQ Special Issue“, Digital Humanities Quarterly 14:3 2020.

Oiva, Mila. “The Chili and Honey of Digital Humanities Research. The Facilitation of Interdisciplinary Transfer of Knowledge in Digital Humanities Centers“, Digital Humanities Quarterly 14:3 2020.

Oiva, Mila. ”Topic Modeling Russian History” in Handbook of Digital Russia Studies ed. by Daria Gritsenko, Marielle Wijermars and Mikhail Kopotev, London: Palgrave Macmillan 2021.

Kansikas, Suvi, Mila Oiva, and Saara Matala. “Manoeuvring into the Soviet Market. Polish and Finnish Eastern Trade Practices during the Cold War.” In Margins for Manoeuvre in Cold War Europe. The Influence of Smaller Powers, edited by Laurien Crump and Susanna Erlandsson, 91–109. Routledge Studies in Modern European History. London and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2020.

Oiva, Mila, Asko Nivala, Hannu Salmi, Otto Latva, Marja Jalava, Jana Keck, Laura Martínez Domínguez, James Parker. ”Spreading News in 1904. The Media Coverage of Nikolay Bobrikov’s Shooting”, Media History Vol 25 No 3, 2019, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/13688804.2019.1652090

Johnson, Bruce, Mila Oiva, and Hannu Salmi. “Yves Montand in the USSR. Mixed Messages of Post-Stalinist/Western Cultural Encounters.” In Entangled East and West: Cultural Diplomacy and Artistic Interaction during the Cold War, edited by Simo Mikkonen, Jari Parkkinen, and Giles Scott-Smith, 241–61. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2019.

Matres, Inés, Mila Oiva, and Mikko Tolonen. “In Between Research Cultures. The State of Digital Humanities in Finland.” Informaatiotutkimus, June 2018.

Oiva, Mila. Selling Fashion to the Soviets. Competitive Practices in the Polish Cloth Export in the early 1960s. In Competition in Socialist Society, ed. Katalin Miklóssy & Melanie Ilic, Great Britain, Routledge, 2014.

Oiva, Mila. ”Puolalaisten näkemys kuluttajuudesta Neuvostoliitossa. (In English: The Polish Perspective on Soviet Consumerism), Idäntutkimus 2/2014.

Oiva, Mila. ”Suunnitelman muodonmuutos.” (In English: The Change of the Plan) Idäntutkimus 3/2013.

Non-refereed scientific articles

Oiva, Mila”Näkökulmien yhteentörmäys. Vuosi 1968 Itä-Euroopassa.” in Toivon ja Raivon vuosi 1968 (in English: The Year of Hope and Rage 1968), edited by Maarit Leskelä-Kärki, Marika Ahonen and Niko Heikkilä, The Finnish Society of Labour History, 2019.

Oiva, Mila.Something New in the Eastern Market. Polish Perceptions of the Developing Soviet Consumerism, 1961-1972.” In Fashion, Consumption and Everyday Culture in the Soviet Union between 1945 and 1985, edited by Eva Hausbacher, Elena Huber, and Julia Hargaßner, 99–112. München: Verlag Otto Sagner, 2014.

Scientific books and special issues

Oiva, Mila, Hannu Salmi, and Bruce Johnson. Yves Montand in the USSR: Cultural Diplomacy and Mixed Messages. Palgrave Macmillan, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-69048-9.

Fridlund, Mats, Mila Oiva and Petri Paju (eds.) Digital Histories. Emergent Approaches within the New Digital History. Helsinki University Press, 2020.

Oiva, Mila and Urszula Pawlicka-Deger. “Lab and Slack. Situated Research Practices in Digital Humanities” special issue of Digital Humanities Quarterly 14:3 2020.

Publications intended for professional communities

Oiva, Mila. “Book Review: Menneisyyden internet tulevaisuuden historiantutkimuksessa.” Tekniikan Waiheita 38, no. 3–4 (December 22, 2020): 80–81. https://doi.org/10.33355/tw.100580.

Beals, Melodee, and Emily Bell, with contributions by Ryan Cordell, Paul Fyfe, Isabel Galina Russell, Tessa Hauswedell, Clemens Neudecker, Julianne Nyhan, Mila Oiva, Sebastian Padó, Miriam Peña Pimentel, Lara Rose, Hannu Salmi, Melissa Terras, and Lorella Viola. “The Atlas of Digitized Newspapers and Metadata: Reports from Oceanic Exchanges,” January 28, 2020. DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.11560059.

Paju, Petri and Mila Oiva. ”Digitaalisen historiantutkimuksen opetuskiertue” (in English: ”Digital History Workshop Tour”) Historiallinen Aikakauskirja 1/ 2019, pp 89-94.

Oiva Mila. Book review of Sofia Norling’s “Mot väst. Vetenskap, politik och transformation i Polen 1989-2011” (translated in Norwegian), Nordisk Østforum 04/2014, 387-389.

Russia as a Neighbour, edited by Hanna Smith, contributors: Ole Norrback, Paula Lehtomäki, Riitta Myller, Matti Anttonen, Kauko Jämsén, Tuomas Forsberg, Osmo Kuusi, Laura Solanko, Jaakko Hissa, Katri Pynnönniemi, Janne Helin, Juha Vättö, Edwin Bacon, Ivan Timofeev, Katalin Miklossy, Jeremy Smith, Jouni Järvinen, Mila Oiva, Dragana Cvetanovic, Erkki Tuomioja, Seppo Kääriäinen, Pertti Salolainen, Liisa Jaakonsaari, Teija Tiilikainen, Timo Vihavainen, Gustav Hägglund, Kimmo Rentola, Sari Autio-Sarasmo, Saara Karhu, Riitta Kosonen, Pekka Sutela. Helsinki: Publication of the Committee for the Future 9/2014, Finnish Parliament, 2014.

Publications intended for the general public

Saarelainen, Juhana, Heli Rantala, Petri Paju ja Mila Oiva (toim.) Turun romantikko: Esseitä Hannu Salmelle. UTUPub toukokuu 2021.

Oiva, Mila. “Samaan aikaan idässä. Hullu vuosi 1968 ei jäänyt lännen nuorison liikehdinnäksi.” (In English: ”Simultaneously in the East. The Crazy Year 1968 did Not Happen only in the West”) Yliopisto -lehti, 2018.

Oiva, Mila. “Itäblokin Pariisi.Suomi-Puola / Finlandia-Polska, no. 01 (2015).

Theses

Oiva, Mila. “Creation of a Market Place. The Polish Clothing Industry, Soviet Union,and the Rise of Marketing, 1949-1961.” Unpublished PhD, Cultural History, University of Turku, June 2017.

Oiva, Mila. ”Unikuvia puolalaisuudesta: 1970-luvun marginaalinen puolalaiskansallinen omakuva Sennikpolski -näytelmän esittämänä.  (In English: The Polish Dream Book: A Marginal 1970s Vision of Poland in the Sennik Polski – theater play.”) Master’s Thesis, Cultural History University of Turku, 2005.

Published Data

Oiva, Mila & Lapina-Kratasyuk, Ekaterina (2019). Yves Montand in the USSR interviews, source material [text corpus]. Published in Kielipankki, http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi:lb-2020081501.

Oiva, Mila: “Facilitating Digital Humanities Research 2017“/”Haastattelut digitaalisen tutkimuksen fasilitoinnista 2017“, dataset, Finnish Social Sciences Data Archive, (FSD), openly available for research, teaching, and study. FSD3362, December 2019. – downloaded in 2020 six times.

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