Nylands Nation

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Nylands Nation

Nationshuset, Nylands Nation's House, Kaserngatan 40

     
Latin name Natio Nylandica
Abbreviation NN
Formation 1643
Inspector Henrik Meinander
Members ~700
Address Kasarmikatu 40
00130 Helsinki
Finland
Website nylandsnation.com


Student Nations at
Helsinki University

 


Nylands |  Eteläsuomalainen |  Savolainen |  Karjalainen |  Hämäläis |  Keskisuomalainen |  Kymenlaakson |  Åbo |  Varsinaissuomalainen |  Satakuntalainen |  Wiipurilainen | 
Östra Finlands |  Etelä-Pohjalainen |  Vasa |  Pohjois-Pohjalainen

Nylands Nation (NN) is one the 15 student nations at the University of Helsinki, Finland's oldest, Swedish-speaking and established in 1643 at The Royal Academy of Turku. In 1828, the Academy moved to Helsinki taking the name "University" and Nylands Nation moved there along with the other Nations. Since 1904, the house of Nylands Nation, a building designed by Karl Hård af Segerstad in the national romantic style, has stood at Kasarmikatu 40.

Friendship nations[edit]

Nylands nation has close connections with a number of student nations and fraternities at several foreign universities.

Uppsala[edit]

Lund[edit]

Linköping[edit]

Köpenhamn[edit]

Oslo[edit]

Stockholm[edit]

  • Humanistiska föreningen vid Stockholms universitet

Berlin[edit]

  • VBSt Lysistrata

Marburg[edit]

  • Marburger Burschenschaft Arminia

Tartu[edit]

Inspectors[edit]

Nylands nation's inspectors
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Georg Alanus 1643-1655 | Samuel Hartman 1649-1653 | Petrus Bergius 1653-1655, 1655-1665 | Abraham Thauvonius 1665-1667 | Nils Tunander 1668-1679 | Daniel Achrelius 1679-1692 | Magnus Steen 1692-1695 | Christiern Alander 1695-1701 | Lars Tammelin 1701-1717 | Johan Thorwöste 1723-1737 | Herman Dietrich Spöring 1738-1747 | Carolus Mesterton 1748-1773 | Andreas Planman 1773-1800 | Frans Michael Franzén 1800-1811 | Johan Fredrik Wallenius 1811-1826 | Hans Henrik Fattenborg 1826-1831 | Johan Gabriel Linsén 1832-1840 | Alexander Blomqvist 1840-1847 | Immanuel Ilmoni 1847-1852 | Edvard Jonas Vilhelm af Brunér 1868-1870 | Carl Gustaf Estlander 1870-1884 | Axel Olof Freudenthal 1884-1886 | Rabbe Axel Wrede 1886-1895 | Maximus Videkind af Schultén 1895 | Rabbe Axel Wrede 1898-1900 | Jakob Wilhelm Chydenius 1900-1904 | Wilhelm Pipping 1904-1907 | Axel Gabriel Wallensköld 1907-1916 | Knut Hugo Pipping 1916-1924 | Elias Ragnar Furuhjelm 1924-1937 | Gunnar Castrén 1937-1945 | Hugo E. Pipping 1946-1950 | Bo Palmgren 1950-1960 | Georg Henrik von Wright 1961 | Nils Oker-Blom 1961-1968 | Jarl Gallen 1968-1971 | Carl Fredrik Meinander 1972-1978 | Henrik Wallgren 1978-1984 | Johan Järnefelt 1985-1992 | Carl G. Gahmberg 1992-2010 | Henrik Meinander 2010-

Curators[edit]

  • Patrik Westerback, 2011-
  • Axel Nyman, 2008-2011
  • Jan D. Oker-Blom 2005-2008
  • Jonas Sundman 2002-2005
  • Charlotta af Hällström 1999-2002
  • Kati Sandelin 1996-1999

Further reading[edit]

  • Eva Ahl (red.) m.fl., Minns du hur ödet oss förde tillhopa ...? Nylands nations och Värmlands nations gästvänskapsförbund 125 år, Nyland XI, Helsingfors, 2000, ISBN 952-91-3105-4
  • Eva Ahl (red.), Bränn, & Maria Vainio, 1904, Nyland XIII (Helsingfors, 2004) ISBN 952-99405-0-5
  • Michaela Bränn & Maria Vainio-Kurtakko, Galleria Nylandensis. Nylands nations samlingar, Nyland XIV, Helsingfors, 2008 ISBN 978-952-99405-1-6
  • Joakim Hansson (red.) & Lars-Folke Landgrén, "Stark ström med egna vågor går genom hafvet. Nylands nations historia 1643–1993, Nyland X, Helsingfors, 1993, ISBN 952-90-4928-5, ISSN 99-0853328-2
  • Arne Jörgensen, Nyländska avdelningens matrikel 1640–1868, Nyland VII, Helsingfors, 1911, Template:Libris post
  • Folke Landgrén, Nyländska avdelningens matrikel 1869–1900, Nyland IX, Helsingfors, 1932, Template:Libris post
  • Maria Vainio (red.), Nylands nationshus 1901–2001, Nyland XII, Helsingfors, 2001

Coordinates: 60°09′56″N 24°56′52″E / 60.16556°N 24.94778°E / 60.16556; 24.94778