Sulevi Riukulehto (Doctor of Philosophy) works at the University of Helsinki Ruralia Institute as Research Director in Regional History and Cultural Heritage, and as Adjunct Professor of Economic History at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. In the Ruralia Institute, he leads the research group “Regions, History and Culture”, which focuses on the origin and development processes of regions and structures, regional history and cultural phenomena in the rural context. His position is part of the multidisciplinary research network Epanet, in Seinäjoki. His most recent publications deal with questions of rural housing, the experiential theory of home, the history of economic thought, and the history of forestry. He is a member of the editorial board of the Finnish Journal of Rural Research and Policy: Maaseudun Uusi Aika, and New Contree: a Journal of Historical and Human Sciences for Southern Africa, and is the editor of Between Time and Space (2015). Katja Rinne-Koski (MSc Admin) works as a Project Researcher in the research group “Regions, History and Culture” at the University of Helsinki Ruralia Institute. She has been recently working with the themes of homey landscapes and experiences of home in two research projects, which are part of a larger academic research entity on the experiential theory of home. Her recent publications focus on the changing styles of second housing and the modernisation of the rural environment, and the individual and social construction of home.