Jenni Rinne is an ethnologist who received her PhD in the Södertörns University, Sweden while attending the School of Historical and Contemporary studies as well as the Baltic and Eastern European Graduate School. Her research focuses on the practices and lived experiences of a Estonian native faith practitioners while also contextualizing the religious movement. Currently she is teaching the ethnographic methods and theories in the subject area of ethnology at the University of Helsinki. Her research interest lies in lived, embodied and affective experiences of everyday life.
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