Annual conference of the University of Tartu History Museum
5th and 6th of December 2011
Why and how should we expose academic heritage? The rise of the academic museums in today's Europe
5th of December 2011 White Hall
How to expose academic heritage?
11.00-11.30 Lea Leppik (University of Tartu History Museum). Change of the purpose and meaning of university collections in time
11.30-12.00 Reet Mägi (University of Tartu Natural History Museum). University of Tartu Natural History Museum in change
12.00-12.30 Kurmo Konsa (University of Tartu). Academic heritage and the creation of university culture
12.30-13.00 Ekaterina Basargina (St Petersburg Academy of Sciences). Exhibition activity of the Saint Petersburg branch of the Archives of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS)
How have academic museums developed?
14.00-14.30 Cecilia Ödman (Museum Gustavianum, Uppsala). Museum Gustavianum - the interface between the academic world and the general public
14.30-15.00 Ivar Puura (University of Tartu Natural History Museum). Digital archive networks in service of science and education: risks and opportunities
15.00-15.30 Lilia Kazantseva (University Museum of Ukraine). University Museum of Ukraine: the revival stage.
15.30-16.00 Anne Vähätalo (Aalto University). Why academic heritage shouldn't be restored and exhibited?
16.00-18.00 Visits to the Tartu Old Observatory and Old Anatomical Theatre
6th of December 2011 White Hall
What is the role of the museums in the landscape of cultural politics in Europe nowadays?
11.00-11.20 Kristjan Haller (University of Tartu) University of Tartu Museums in Estonian Republic
11.20-11.45 Rein Lang (Ministry of Culture) What does the state want?
11.45-12.10 Mariann Raisma (University of Tartu History Museum). The roles and purposes of academic museums
12.10-12.35 Marek Strandberg (Newspaper Sirp). Does scientific everyday need to be exposed?
12.35-13.00 Liia Rebane (Tallinn University of Technology Museum). Glimpse at the Museum of Tallinn University of Technology
What do we keep and what are we responsible for?
14.00-14.30 Tõnu Pani (University of Tartu Natural History Museum). Scientific museum collections - what and why?
14.30-15.00 Janet Laidla (University of Tartu History Museum). Who needs 3000 negatives about women's gymnastics?
15.00-15.30 Tiina-Mall Kreem (Art Museum of Estonia). Historical prints in academic art collection
15.30-16.00 Astrid Tuisk (Estonian Literary Museum). Literary collections in the Estonian Literary Museum. The Purple Lady and the virtual cellar
16.00 Opening of the exhibition "The modern student - o tempora, o mores"