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Rahvusvaheline konverents "Reflecting on Knowledge Production: The Development of Folkloristics and Ethnology"

17.-19. mail 2007. aastal Tartus

Location: Estonian Literary Museum, Vanemuise 42
13.00-13.30 Opening of the Conference
KRISTIN KUUTMA (Estonia) - Institutionalization of Knowledge Production
13.30-14.00 REGINA BENDIX (Germany) - Archived Culture and Archival Culture: Experience and Ethnography
14.00-14.30 DIARMUID Ó GIOLLĮIN (Ireland) - From Folklore to Popular Culture and Back
14.30-15.00 INGRID SLAVEC GRADI?NIK (Slovenia) - On Ethnological and Folkloristic Knowledge Production: A Slovenian Case
15.00-15.30 Coffee
Chair: Regina Bendix
15.30-16.00 STEIN R. MATHISEN (Norway) - Folklore in Multicultural Contexts: Exploring the Empty Spaces of Folklore Research
16.00-16.30 ALEXANDER PANCHENKO (Russia) - "Soviet Folklore" and Knowledge Production in Russian Folkloristics
16.30-17.00 ANDREAS KALKUN (Estonia) - Who Owns Seto Folklore? Samuel Sommer's Collections and Conflicts with the Estonian Folklore Archives
Location: Estonian National Museum, J. Kuperjanovi 9
Chair: Pille Runnel
09.00-09.30 JOHANNA BJÖRKHOLM (Finland) - How to Construct Cultural Heritage - the Creation of Folk Music
09.30-10.00 JANIKA ORAS (Estonia) - Human Encounters and the Folkloristic Discourse
10.00-10.30 ANTHONY MCCANN (Northern Ireland) - Crafting Gentleness: The Political Possibilities of Gentleness in
Folkloristics and Ethnology
10.30-11.00 Coffee
Chair: Ülo Valk
11.00-11.30 PERTTI ANTTONEN (Finland) - Paradigm as a Conceptual Tool in Writing the History of Folklore Study
11.30-12.00 ELO-HANNA SELJAMAA (Estonia) - Towards a Normal Science of Folklore: Walter Anderson and the Law of Self-Correction
12.00-12.30 MĶCHEĮL BRIODY (Finland/ Ireland) - Séamus Ó Duilearga: A Frustrated Scholar
12.30-13.00 MONIKA TASA (Estonia) - Folklorist as a Mass-Person
13.00-15.00 Lunch
Chair: Stein R. Mathisen
15.00-15.30 TOMS KENCIS (Latvia) - Disciplinary Identity of Mythological Studies in Latvia (1920s-1940s)
15.30-16.00 ILVYTIS AKNYS (Lithuania) - Development of Ethnology in Lithuania
16.00-16.00-16.30 MARLEEN NÕMMELA (Estonia) - Ethnographic Practice between Museum and Academy: Fieldwork by Gustav Ränk in the 1920s
Location: University of Tartu, Ülikooli 16
Chair: Pertti Anttonen
09.00-09.30 TIINA KIRSS (Estonia) - Gathering Old Gold: Jakob Hurt's Correspondences with Folklore Collectors
09.30-10.00 RITA TREIJA (Latvia) - Theological Identity of Ludis Berzin? in His Grezna dziesma
10.00-10.30 TUULIKKI KURKI (Finland) - Folk Narrates Itself: The Ethnographic Information of Texts and Possibility of Reflection
10.30-11.00 Coffee
Chair: Diarmuid Ó Giollįin
11.00-11.30 ERGO-HART VÄSTRIK (Estonia) - Reflections of Finno-Ugric Linguistic Affinity in the Formation of the Estonian Folklore Archives
11.30-12.00 VYTIS CIUBRINSKAS (Lithuania) - Politics of Identity and Politics of Discipline: 'Ethno-Cultural' Challenges to Lithuanian Ethnology
12.00-12.30 PILLE RUNNEL (Estonia) - Estonian National Museum at the 21st Century: Media Representations
12.30-14.30 Lunch
Chair: Kristin Kuutma
14.30-15.00 VALDIMAR HAFSTEIN (Iceland) - Folklore on the International Agenda: "The most intensive clandestine commercialization and export"
15.00-15.30 TORUNN SELBERG (Norway) - The History of Folklore Studies as Heritage
15.30-16.00 TOK THOMPSON (USA) - Back To the Future: Horizontal Models of Communication
16.00-17.00 Closing of the Conference & Coffee

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