Monday, September 25

  • 15.00 Avamine ja plenaarloeng /Opening and Plenary Session (Juhatab / Chair: Risto Järv)
  • Mall Hiiemäe
    Arhiiv kui teadmuskeskus / The archive as a knowledge hub
  • 16.15 Esitlused / Presentations:
    Ajakirjade erinumbrid / Special issues of Journals: “Mäetagused” (66, 67); “Folklore” (67, 68)
    Näitused / Exhibitions
    CD/DVD-kogumik Hiiumaa rahvalaulud, pillilood ja tantsud / CD/DVD set Traditional Songs, Instrumental Pieces and Dances of Hiiumaa (Helisalvestusi Eesti Rahvaluule Arhiivist / Recordings from the Estonian Folklore Archives 11)
  • Tervitused / Greetings
  • KONTSERT postfolk-duolt “Puuluup” / CONCERT by postfolk duo “Puuluup”
  • 18.00 Vastuvõtt (kutsetega) / Reception by invitation

Tuesday, September 26

  • 9.00 – 10.00 Plenary Session (Chair: Mari Sarv)
  • Sadhana Naithani
    Related by contradiction: Folklore and archive
10.00 – 10.30 Break
  • 10.30 - 12.00 (Chair: Taive Särg)
    Rita Treija
    Oskar Loorits in Latvia
  • Kaisa Kulasalu
    Great and patriotic? Folklore about World War II in the collections of the State Literary Museum’s Folklore Department
  • Ave Goršič
    On some turning points in the history of the Estonian Folklore Archives
  • Katalin Lázár /Wall presentation/
    The collection of traditional games in the Institute for Musicology at the Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
12.00 – 13.30 Lunch *
  • 13.30 – 15.30 Parallel Session A (Main hall) – Archives, Society, Community (Chair: Liisi Laineste)
  • Liina Saarlo
    Kalevipoeg as the saviour of Estonian folkloristics in the 1950s
  • Mari Sarv
    Folklore collections in the service of Estonian society: Integrity in diversity
  • Simon Poole
    At the heart of education lies the community
  • Kirsi Hänninen
    The identity and role in society of tradition archives: The case of the Archives of History, Culture and Arts Studies at the University of Turku
  • 13.30 – 15.30 Parallel Session B (Archive hall) – Nations, Culture, Folklore (Chair: Aado Lintrop)
  • Risto Blomster
    The Roma archives of Finland – Finitiko Kaalengo Arkiivos – collection: The archiving, availability and usability of Roma cultural heritage in Finland
  • Ergo-Hart Västrik
    Practices of archiving the folklore of the Finno-Ugric peoples in Soviet Estonia: New initiatives and the influence of the pre-war research tradition
  • Indrek Jääts
    Estonian ethnographers in Veps villages, 1965–1969
  • Victor Denisov
    The role of the Estonian Folklore Archive in the preservation of the Udmurt folklore and language sound collections
15.30 – 16.00 Break
  • 16.00 - 17.00 (Chair: Ülo Valk)
    Timothy Tangherlini /SKYPE presentation/
    Developing the (thick) digital folklore archive.
  • Päivi Mehtonen, Tarja Soiniola
    Combining archival and academic research in dissident manuscripts: The Ostrobothnia Mystics project (Finland)
17.00 Refreshments

Tour of the Estonian Folklore Archives

Wednesday, September 27

  • 9.00 - 10.00 Plenary Session (Chair: Ave Goršič)
  • Dace Bula
    Hidden tales: Contextualism, reflexivity and folklore archives
10.00 - 10.30 Break
  • 10.30 - 12.00 (Chair: Katre Kikas)
    Saša Babič
    The Institute of Slovenian Ethnology ZRC SAZU collections – development and status
  • Rūta Žarskienė
    The folklore activities of the Lithuanian Science Society: Utopian goals or insightful ideas?
  • Sanita Reinsone, Māra Vīksna
    Continuous relationship: Reflecting on youth engagement with folklore archives
12.00 - 13.30 Lunch *
  • 13.30 – 15.30 Parallel session A (Main hall) – Individuals and Archives (Chair: Merili Metsvahi)
  • Yanina Hrynevich, Iryna Vasilyeva
    The role of individuals in forming archival collections
  • Rósa Þorsteinsdóttir
    Collecting deep and wide: Hallfreður Örn Eiríksons's collection in the AMI archive
  • Marleen Metslaid
    Aliise Moora’s ethnographic practice at the Estonian National Museum
  • Katre Kikas
    A voice from the margins of archive and society: Hans Anton Schults
  • 13.30 – 15.30 Parallel session B (Archive hall) – Music (Chair: Janika Oras)
  • Jacek Jackowski
    If Oskar Kolberg had the Phonograph… or how to read the oldest archival traditional music notes through the prism of phonographic experience
  • Aigars Lielbārdis
    The first sound recordings of the Archives of Latvian Folklore
  • Taive Särg
    The archives: Visible and invisible. The role of the Estonian Folklore Archives in the processes of folk music in the early 21st century
  • Janos Sipos /Wall presentation/
    About the Turkic folkmusic archives of Janos Sipos
15.30 - 16.00 Break
  • 16.00 – 17.30 Parallel session A (Main hall) – Meanings, Concepts, Actions (Chair: Ergo-Hart Västrik)
  • Ülo Valk
    Folklore archived in a literary museum: Conceptual entanglements and consequences
  • Lauri Harvilahti
    Straightforward Estonians and shilly-shallying Finns: Glimpses of the history of folklore archives in neighbouring countries
  • Elo-Hanna Seljamaa
    Sharing the turf, or what does folklore have to do with pärand and pärimus?
  • 16.00 – 17.30 Parallel session B (Archive hall) – Dance (Chair: Helen Kõmmus)
  • Sille Kapper
    Archives and the bodily dimension of dance knowledge
  • Ieva Tihovska
    “Let’s dance Latvian”: The history of collecting dances and the role of dance in defining Latvian folklore
  • Flávia Camargo Toni
    What to do with a bumba-meu-boi at the biggest university in the country?
17.30 Refreshments
Open Meeting of the Nordic-Baltic Tradition Archives
19.30 Ronk Ronk City Ghost Tour from the Estonian Literary Museum (1,5 h) *

Thursday, September 28

  • 9.00 - 10.30 (Chair: Elo-Hanna Seljamaa)
    Carme Oriol, Emili Samper
    Opening archives to society: The experience from the Folklore Archive at Rovira i Virgili University
  • Eda Kalmre
    About the Estonian Folklore Archives’ album collection and perspectives on researching it
  • June Factor /SKYPE presentation/
    "Her teeth are like stars – they come out at night!" A short history of the whys and wherefores of a comprehensive archive of children's playlore
10.30 – 11.00 Break
  • 11.00 - 12.30 (Chair: Kaisa Kulasalu)
    Liisi Laineste
    Research-driven data collections as deep knowledge hubs
  • Kati Mikkola
    Do you leave a mark? Developments in archival pedagogy in Finland
  • Risto Järv
    A grain a day: The digital visibility of the Estonian Folklore Archives
  • Emese Ilyefalvi /Wall presentation/
    Understanding folklore databases: The necessity of source criticism
Closing Words
12.45 Departure from the Estonian Literary Museum *
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch *
14.00 - 15.30 Visit to the Estonian National Museum (ERM) *, Muuseumi tee 2, Tartu
15.45 Departure from the Estonian National Museum
* - Ainult registreerimisega / For registered participants