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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 2017 the Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore will offer the following classes in English:

FLKU.04.044 Demonology of Folk Religion (6 ECTS), Ülo Valk, Margaret Lyngdoh. The course can be taken as an optional course by all PhD, MA and BA students. Time: Mondays at 16.15, week 25-37; place: Ülikooli 16-214; first lecture: Feb 13th, 2017: Legend and belief.

FLKU.04.111 Folklore: Textualization and Textology (3 ECTS), Jonathan Roper (for MA and PhD students). Time: Thursdays at 16.15, week 25-38; place: Ülikooli 16-209. First lecture: March 2nd, 2017: Editing Folklore.

HVKU.04.004 Migration and Refugees (3 ECTS), Anastasiya Astapova. The course can be taken as an optional course by all PhD, MA and BA students. Time: Tuesdays at 16.15; place: Ülikooli 16-215; weeks 24-32, 34. First lecture : Feb 7th: Migration: theories and practices.

HVKU.04.005 Tibetian Sacred Geography (3 ECTS), Dr Valentina Punzi. The course can be taken as an optional course by all PhD, MA and BA students. lectures will be held from 6th to 14th February 2017. 

 

During the autumn semester 2016 the Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore offered the following classes in English:

FLKU.04.063 Critical Analysis of Folkloristic Texts (3 ECTS) Ülo Valk (for MA and PhD students)

Time: Wednesdays at 12.15, week 2-16; place: Ülikooli 16-215; first lecture: Sept 7th, 2016

 

HVKU.04.001 Political Folklore and Nationalism (3 ECTS) Anastasiya Astapova

 Time: Fridays at 12.15, week 2-16; place: Ülikooli 16-214; First lecture: Sept 9th, 2016

Timetable: 09.09.2016 at 12.15 Introductory lecture. Political folklore: definitions and genres (Ülikooli 16-214)

 

HVKU.04.002 Icons and Devotion in Russian Tradition (3 ECTS) by Dr Dmitriy Antonov (Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow) can be taken as an optional course by all PhD, MA and BA students. Time: Fridays; from 9th to 23th September 2016, at 14.15-18, week: 2, 4. Place: Ülikooli 16-214.

 

Classes of Folkloristics in English 2015/16

Classes of Folkloristics in English 2014/15

Classes of Folkloristics in English 2013/14

Classes of Folkloristics in English 2012/13

Classes of Folkloristics in English 2011/12

Classes of Folkloristics in English 2010/11