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Uus valikaine Tiibeti sakraalsest geograafiast veebruaris 2017

Külalisõppejõud Dr Valentina Punzi (Napoli ülikool "L'Orientale") peab inglisekeelse loengukursuse HVKU.04.005 Tiibeti sakraalne geograafia (3 EAP), mis on arvestatav kõikide õppeastmete valikainena. Aine on ÕIS-is registreerimiseks avatud. Loengud toimuvad 6.–14. veebruaril 2017 Ülikooli 16-214.

Loengu tutvustus: This course will offer an introduction to Tibetan sacred geography, by discussing on both past and contemporary Tibetan cultural expressions of the relationship between people and the environment on the Tibetan plateau and in the Himalayan regions. Reflections on the sacralization of the land, practice of pilgrimages and emic concepts of mandala and "hidden lands" will be theoretically framed by Ingold's phenomenological approach to the perception of the environment.

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Ettekandepäev "Places and processes of pilgrimage, past and present" 11. jaanuaril 2017

Kolmapäeval, 11. jaanuaril 2017, algusega kell 10.15. toimub Tartu Ülikooli Von Bocki majas (Ülikooli 16), auditooriumis 214 palverännu temaatikale pühendatud ettekandepäev "Places and processes of pilgrimage, past and present". Ettekandepäeva töökeel on inglise keel.

Kava:

10:15-11:15

Tõnno Jonuks (Estonian Literary Museum) "Pagan pilgrimages? Some thoughts about Early Modern age superstition in Estonia"

Atko Remmel (University of Tartu)  "Pilgrimage practices in contemporary Estonia: some (peculiar?) developments"

11:15-11:30 Coffee break

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Reet Hiiemäe doktoritöö "Folkloor kui mentaalse enesekaitse vahend: usundilise pärimuse pragmaatikast" kaitsmine 4. jaanuaril 2017

Kolmapäeval, 4. jaanuaril 2017. a algusega kell 12.15 kaitseb Reet Hiiemäe TÜ senati saalis doktoritööd "Folkloor kui mentaalse enesekaitse vahend: usundilise pärimuse pragmaatikast",  mis on esitatud TÜ kultuuriteaduste ja kunstide instituudi nõukogule doktorikraadi taotlemiseks folkloristika erialal.

Reet Hiiemäe juhendaja on eesti ja võrdleva rahvaluule professor Ülo Valk. Oponendid on dr Piret Paal, Hospiits DaSein, teadur ja dr Merili Metsvahi, Tartu Ülikool, vanemteadur.

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Workshop "Changes and Continuities in the Religious Landscape of Northeast India" on January 19-21, 2017

Venue: Don Bosco Institute, Kharghuli, Guwahati, India

This workshop explores the rapidly changing religious landscape of Northeast India through 1) examining how 'traditional' belief systems are being restructured to give rise to 'new' indigenous religions; and 2) analysing how vernacular indigenous myths and legends have influenced the practice and ritual processes of mainstream religions of the area (Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism). It aims to illuminate and comprehend the motivations behind such changes and their effects on practitioners' daily lives; to discover the linkages and correlations among emerging religious movements; and to determine the impacts that these contemporary forms of expression have on identity formulations within these ethnic communities. Examining these topics in context provides new ways to view and understand the methods by which societies in Northeast India strive to meet the demands of modernity, contributing to the scholarly analysis of post-colonial indigenous peoples. For more information, contact Margaret Lyngdoh at  See e-posti aadress on kaitstud spämmirobotide vastu. E-posti aadressi nägemiseks peab olema JavaSkripti kasutamine olema lubatud. .

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Videoloengud argikultuuri muutumisest

2016. aasta sügisel salvestati UTTVs kümme folkloristika ja etnoloogia alast videoloengut, mille eesmärk on tutvustada meie erialasid gümnaasiumiõpilastele. Videoloengud on seotud Tartu Ülikooli Moodle kursusega "Argikultuuri muutumine" (HVKU.TK.004).

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Dr Maria Ines Palleiro loeng hirmu retoorikast usundilistes juttudes 15. detsembril 2016

Dr Maria Ines Palleiro (National Council for Scientific Research; Buenos Airese Ülikool, Argentiina) peab loengu "Rhetoric of threat in belief narratives: from personal experiences to political folklore" 15. detsembril, kell 12.15 (Ülikooli 16-214). Olete oodatud kuulama!

The aim is to identify the distinctive features of such rhetoric of threat, dealing with metaphoric identifications with political leaders and with a synechdotic logic of external or global dangers caused to individuals or local identities, that can be identified both in personal narratives, in urban legends and in political discourses. I will examine a personal narrative dealing with cancer which affects common citizens, an urban legend dealing with AIDS, and virtual narratives regarding cancer that has affected Latin American political leaders. My main hypothesis is that there is a thread that connects all these narratives, connected with a synechdotic logic which is a distinctive feature of "rhetoric of infection" connected with conspiracy theories.

 

Kutse: konverents "Deities, Spirits and Demons" 9.-10. novembril 2017

Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore University of Tartu in co-operation with the Department of Department of Asian, African and Mediterranean Studies, "L'Orientale", University of Naples announces a call for papers for the workshop

Deities, Spirits and Demons in Vernacular Beliefs and Rituals in Asia

9-10 November 2017 – Tartu, Estonia

The study of religions in Asia has been increasingly expanding its spectrum of inquire into the kaleidoscopic realm of local traditions that are specific to a village or a lineage of transmission. Tradition-bearers and ritual experts master the heterogeneous corpus of vernacular beliefs and ritual practices about deities, spirits and demons as an essential part of the foundations of their authority in the community. Local classes of supernatural beings have often been marginalized, sometimes even demonized by institutionalised religions, yet they are alive in daily life in Asia and engage with social and political changes in their respective local and national contexts. Also, narratives about such beliefs transform, all the while evolving with the context wherein they emerge.

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Filmilinastus ja loeng hinduismi jumalanna-pärimusest 16. novembril 2016

Kolmapäeval, 16. novembril 2016 algusega kell 18:15 näidatakse TÜ peahoones (Ülikooli 18) auditooriumis 228 (paremas tiivas teisel korrusel) orientalistika seminaris antropoloogilist filmi Indiast: “Ghora: Waiting for the Goddess” (Ghora: oodates jumalannat), mille autorid on Irene Majo Garigliano (Centre d’Études Himalayennes (CNRS), Villejuif) ja Alessandro Cartosio (sõltumatu filmitegija). Irene M. Garigliano kommenteerib filmi skype'i kaudu.

Filmile eelneb TÜ folkloristika professor Ülo Valgu sissejuhatav loeng "Jumalanna Kāmākhyā Kirde-India kohapärimuses ja rituaalides".

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Uus valikaine müüdidiskursusest novembris 2016

Külalisõppejõud Dr Frog (Helsingi ülikool, Soome) peab inglisekeelse valikkursuse HVKU.04.003 Müüdidiskursus: mütoloogia sotsiaalses praktikas (3 EAP), mis on arvestatav kõikide õppeastmete valikainena. Aine on ÕIS-is registreerimiseks avatud!

Loengud toimuvad perioodil 14.-17. november 2016.

Ajakava: 14.11.2016 kl 10.15 (Ülikooli 16-214) "What is Mythology?" focuses on the concept of mythology and definitions that are more and less useful for thinking about mythic discourse. This lecture introduses some terms and concepts that are very important for the following lectures. The most emblematic situations where people use mythology in life are different sorts of rituals.

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KTKDK sümpoosion "Mütoloogia, diskursus ja autoriteet: retrospektiivsed meetodid kultuuriuringutes" 22.-23. novembril 2016

Mythology, discourse, and authority: Retrospective methods in cultural research
Symposium and workshop of the Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts

November 22–23, 2016

Abstracts

November 22
Jakobi 2-114

9.30 Opening

9.40 Yuri Berezkin: “Myths” and “Tales”: Tools for Reconstruction of Deep and of the Not So Deep Prehistory

10.40 Joonas Ahola: Myth, Language, Origin: 19th Century Mythology Studies in Germany and Finland

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Prof Frank J. Koromi loeng Lääne-Bengali rahvakunstist ja globaliseerumisest 9. novembril 2016

Kolmapäeval, 9. novembril kell 12.15 peab professor Frank J. Korom (Bostoni Ülikool) loengu "Folk Art and Globalization: An Example from West Bengal" (Rahvakunst ja globaliseerumine: Lääne-Bengali näide). Loeng toimub Ülikooli 16-215.

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