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Kevadkonverents "Elust elulooks, eluloost kultuurilooks" 5. ja 6. mail Eesti Kirjandusmuuseumis

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Konverents on pühendatud Eesti Elulugude Ühenduse 20. tähtpäevale

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NELJAPÄEV, 5. mai

10.00 Avamine, tervitused

Eesti Kirjandusmuuseumi direktor Urmas Sutrop, Tartu linnapea Urmas Klaas

10.15–11.45 Juhatab Marin Laak

MARGIT SUTROP  Elulugude kirjutamise eetikast

RUTT HINRIKUS  Eluloolise mälu suulisusest ja kirjalikkusest

TIINA ANN KIRSS  Sündmusteküllus elulugudes

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Symposium “Word Power” on April 25–27, 2016, at the University of Tartu

Programme

Monday, April 25th

Ülikooli 16 (von Bock building). Room 109

16:15–16:30 Opening words

16:30–17:30 James Kapaló (University College Cork): Whispered Charms and Secret Files: The Performance of Hidden Words (keynote lecture)

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New course about Fairy-Tale Symbolism, May 2016

A new course FLKU.04.143 Fairy-Tale Symbolism (3 ECTS) can be taken as an optional course by all PhD and MA, BA students. Francisco Vaz da Silva (Lisbon University Institute, Portugal) will give lectures in May 2016. Everybody is welcome to attend!

Time: Tuesdays (May 3rd; 10th) at 14.15-16; week 36-37; place: Ülikooli 16-214; Fridays (May 6th, 13th) at 10.15-14; week 36-37; place Ülikooli 16-212.

Lectures:

Week 1: Lectures on basic concepts

  • Tradition: Memory, pattern, and tale variation
  • Tale variation: allomotifs, traditional symbols
  • The core of the fairy tale: Vladimir Propp and beyond

Week 2: Seminar discussions and hands-on examination of tales

  • In the woods: Little Red Riding Hood (ATU 333)
  • Blood relations: The Maiden Who Seeks Her Brothers (ATU 451
  • Final discussion
 

Prof. Terhi Utriainen´s lecture "Ritually Framing Enchantment: Momentary Religion and Everyday Realities" on May 3, 2016

On May 3 at 16.15 professor Terhi Utriainen (University of Helsinki) will deliver a lecture titled "Ritually Framing Enchantment: Momentary Religion and Everyday Realities". The lecture will take place in von Bock´s Building (Ülikooli 16) room no. 214.

All are welcome!

 

Dates for Defences of BA and MA theses at the Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore in Spring Semester 2016

Eesti ja võrdleva rahvaluule osakonnas toimuvad bakalaureuse- ja magistritööde kaitsmised 31. mail algusega kell 10.15 Kaitsmised toimuvad von Bocki õppehoones (Ülikooli 16-214). Lõputööd tuleb osakonda esitada nii köidetud väljatrükina kahes eksemplaris kui ka PDF-vormingus failina: 23. mai on bakalaureuse- ja magistritööde esitamise tähtaeg.

Enne kaitsmisele lubamist peab õppekava olema täies mahus täidetud. Neil, kel on plaanis kevadel lõpetada, palume vaadata ÕIS-ist üle oma õppekava selle pilguga, et seal oleks olemas kõik vajalikud ained ja ainepunktid (ÕIS: Isikuandmed - Üliõpilase valikud õppekavas - Õppetöö tulemused õppekava kontekstis). Kui tekib küsimusi, siis võtke ühendust Liilia Laanemaniga e-posti aadressil  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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Classes of Folkloristics in English

Since 2010 the Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore has offered regular classes of folkloristics in English, mainly oriented towards MA and PhD students but open to all. In case you are interested in these courses, please contact Liilia Laaneman, e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , phone +372 737 5304.

During the spring semester 2016 the Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore will offer the following classes in English:

FLKU.04.097 International Folkloristics (3 ECTS) Ülo Valk, Jonathan Roper

Time: Tue at 12.15-14; week 24-37; place: Ülikooli 16-104

Feb 9th first lecture - On the Concept of Folklore

The following areas will be covered: analytic perspectives and concepts; genres and communicative media; folklore as action and cultural performance (customs, rituals, etc), folk religion and world view.

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