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Title:
Varieerumine keeles, kirjanduses, folklooris ja muusikas
When:
7. December 2017 - 8. December 2017
Where:
Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum - Tartu
Category:
Keelekalender

Description

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Annual conference of the CEES and annual 61st Kreutzwald Days conference „Variation in language, literature, folklore, and music“
December 7–8, 2017, at the Estonian Literary Museum and the University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
Programme Thursday, 7 December, at the Estonian Literary Museum (42 Vanemuise St., Tartu)
9.00 Registration
10.00–10.15 Opening (big lecture hall)
10.15–11.15 Plenary session
Chair Bruno Mölder
Cathal O'Madagain, Paul Egre: Why do concepts change?
11.15–11.30 Coffee break
11.30–13.30 Social and cognitive aspects of contact-induced language change I (big lecture hall) Chair Anna Verschik
Ad Backus: Unexpected mixing: When typological distance does not preclude grammatical integration
Olga Loitšenko: Comparative study of Estonian-Russian bilinguals’, Estonian and Russian monolinguals’ BLUES and PURPLES
Daria Bahtina-Jantsikene: Meta-communicative strategies for navigating common ground Loreta Vilkienė: Variation of linguistic behaviour of Lithuanians in Toronto
11.30–13.45 History matters: The role of the past in contemporary spiritual movements I (research hall)
Chair Mare Kõiva Елена Боганева: Вариативность образа Вавилонской башни и связанных с ней этиологий в белорусской фольклорной Библии Yulia Krasheninnikova: Троицкий обряд «похорон березы» в русских традициях горнозаводских поселений Республики Коми (Ceremony of "funeral of birch" in the local Russian traditions of the mining settlements of the Komi Republic) Николай Антропов: Вариабельность обрядового термина в контексте этимологических версий Роман Шиженский: Современное русское язычество как пример "воображаемого сообщества" Роман Шиженский, Екатерина Суровегина: "Сакральные места современных русских язычников: Опыт 3D презентации"
11.30–14.00 Variation in language (library hall)
Chair Külli Habicht
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David Bimler, Mari Uusküla: Language proficiency matters (for colour): A points-of-view approach of variations on four semantic domains in Estonian Antra Kļavinska: Ethnonyms denoting Estonians and their contextual meanings in Latgalian texts
Eter Shengelia, Natia Poniava: Intonation of interrogative sentences in Zan (Megrelian-Laz) language Ingrīda Kleinhofa: Diglossia in Arab emigration literature: The interplay of colloquial and literary Arabic Muteb Alqarni: Linguistic gender-based variation in Bani Buhair dialect
11.30–14.00 Variation in literature, education, and folklore (third floor seminar hall)
Chair Reet Hiiemäe Paul Brocklebank: Towards a corpus linguistic comparison of eighteenth-century English periodicals and novels Dominik Baumgarten: Variations of modality in (digital) novels Валентина Семенова: Космонимы в поэзии Валентина Колумба Pikria Vardosanidze: Georgia and Baltic states: Some aspects of post-Soviet education quality assessment Mari Sarv, Risto Järv: What is it that actually varies in folkloric texts?
11.30–13.45 Modern variations and transformations of minor forms of folklore (fourth floor seminar hall)
Chairs Saša Babič, Piret Voolaid Liisa Granbom-Herranen: Adaptations, variations or a new proverb genre? Piret Voolaid: ‘The national sport of Estonia’ – From big narratives to variegated and humorous colloquial rhetoric Dina Yulmetova: A comparative linguistic analysis of cultural connotations of the phraseological concept ‘road’ in the Russian, English, and Chinese languages
Saša Babič: Variations in riddles: From lexis to structure Katalin Vargha: Levels of variation in Hungarian riddles
13.30–15.00 Lunch break
15.00–16.30 Social and cognitive aspects of contact-induced language change II (big lecture hall)
Chair Anna Verschik
Kinga Geben: About changes in the code of politeness of Lithuanian Poles
Anu Kalda: The role of the context in translating colour metaphors: Experiment on English into Estonian translation
Daria Bahtina-Jantsikene, Anna Branets: Estonian-Ukrainian mediated receptive multilingualism: Comprehension and conversation analysis Silga Svike: Special lexis in language contacts and language shift
15.00–16.30 History matters: The role of the past in contemporary spiritual movements II (library hall) Chair Tõnno Jonuks Kurmo Konsa: Alchemy and transhumanism: Old ideas in new form Sergiusz Anoszko: Myth – cosmogonic foundation of the faith of the Church of Scientology Helle Kaasik: Looking for a true shaman: Perceived authenticity in ayahuasca rituals
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Nikolai Anisimov, Eva Toulouze: Southern Udmurt initiation ritual for boys (on the example of Varkled Bodja)?
15.00–16.30 Communication and variation in meaning (research hall)
Chair Alex Davies
Cressida Gaukroger: Can we communicate if we don't share concepts?
Cathal O’Madagain: Can we use others people’s concepts?
Joey Pollock: Context and communicative success
15.00–16.30 Round table of the working group of contemporary culture (incl. media) of the CEES (third floor seminar hall)
Chairs Liisi Laineste, Saša Babič
Solvita Pošeiko: Kai saceja muna baba... 'As my grandmother said...': Mixing of time-space, modalities, and ideas in Latgalian contemporary folklore on the internet
15.00–16.30 Keeleline varieerumine ja kirjakeele standardiseerimine (Linguistic variation and language standardization) (fourth floor seminar hall) Chair Helle Metslang Heiki-Jaan Kaalep: Morfoloogilise varieerumise ebasümmeetria
Helle Metslang, Külli Habicht, Tiit Hennoste, Anni Jürine, Kirsi Laanesoo, David Ogren, Liina Pärismaa, Olle Sokk: Keel korralduse ja vajaduse vahel: eesti saama-tuleviku lugu Mari-Liis Kalvik, Liisi Piits: Varieeruva palatalisatsiooniga sõnad: ÕS-i märgendus vs tegelik hääldus
16.30 Project introductions and book presentations (big lecture hall)
17.30 Reception
Welcome words by Urmas Sutrop, Director of the Estonian Literary Museum
Friday, 8 December at the University of Tartu (18 Ülikooli St. and 2 Jakobi St., Tartu)
9.00–10.00 Plenary session (18–139 Ülikooli St.)
Chair Helle Metslang Edith Moravcsik: Variation in context
10.00–10.30 Coffee break
10.30–13.00 Social and cognitive aspects of contact-induced language change III (2–114 Jakobi St.) Chair Anna Verschik
Maria Frick: Linking form, meaning, and function across constructions in bilingual settings Helin Kask: The non-integration of English adjectives into Estonian Riitta Kosunen: Lexical variation in a multilingual diary Elina Bone: Linguistic repertoire of two Estonian-Latvian bilingual speakers Laura Vilkaitė, Loreta Vilkienė, Justina Bruzaite-Liseckiene: Variation in Lithuanian vocabulary size between young Lithuanian, Russian, and Polish speakers
10.30–12.30 History matters: The role of the past in contemporary spiritual movements III (Jakobi 2–110 Jakobi St.) Chair Tõnno Jonuks
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Agita Misāne: Living dead religion: Tradition, continuity, and innovation in the Dievturi Movement Aldis Pūtelis: A new arrangement of the old faith: The case of the Latvian "Dievturība" Viola Teisenhoffer: A worship of history? Spirituality, knowledge, and politics in contemporary pagan renewal in Hungary Julia Andreeva: Traditional 'Russian tea' in contemporary spiritual Russian culture
10.30–13.00 Variation in narrative – variation in culture: Stability and variability, remembering and forgetting, genre and cultural context I (2–109 Jakobi St.) Chair Mare Kalda Inese Treimane: Law and literature: Variation of genres. A Latvian perspective Hanna Kastunova: The image of raven in world mythology and the reasons for its reputation to collapse Esta Matveeva: Children's horror stories: Between the variable and the typical Марина Байдуж: Конфликт мифологических моделей в интерпретации одного события Nikolay Kozhevnikov, Vera Danilova: Style and rhythm of the Yakut heroic epos “Olonkho”
10.30–13.00 Historische Schreibvariation: Die Rolle externer Variablen / Historical spelling variation: The role of external variables (2–107 Jakobi St.)
Chairs: Anja Voeste, Annina Seiler
Anja Voeste: Introduction Alessandro Palumbo: The influence of Latin on the Swedish runic orthography Annina Seiler: Spelling variation in Early Middle English Paul Rössler: Warum die Virgel aus den Texten verschwand. Zum Formenwechsel in der deutschen Interpunktion im 18. Jahrhundert Christine Wallis: Spelling and stratigraphy in the Liber Vitæ of Thorney Abbey Michelle Waldispühl: Graphematische Variation im mehrsprachigen Verschriftungskontext: Nordische Pilgernamen im Reichenauer Verbrüderungsbuch
10.30–13.00 Variation in folksongs I (2–103 Jakobi St.) Chair Teresa Proto Paolo Bravi, Teresa Proto: Metrical structure and rhythmical variation in Sardinian s’arrepentina Janika Oras: Even or uneven: Performers’ strategies of varying rhythm in Seto runosong Žanna Pärtlas: Seto itku muusikaline identiteet ja varieeruvus / Musical identity and variability of Seto laments Taive Särg: Does melody „break“ in the case of metrical variations, called „broken verses“? About melodic variations in regilaul from the historic Mulgimaa region, southern Estonia Alejandro Augusto Prieto Mendoza: Compositional strategies of kakataibo chants (Pano, Peru) in a comparative perspective: Semantic parallelism and broken line
10.30–13.00 Varieeruv keel (Variation in language) (2–113 Jakobi St.) Chair Marin Laak Jelisaveta Kostandi, Irina Külmoja: Atribuudi variatiivsusest keelekontaktide tingimustes Liina Lindström, Maarja-Liisa Pilvik, Helen Plado, Kristel Uiboaed: Pronoomeni väljajätt eesti murretes: kontaktide ja keelesiseste tegurite mõju varieerumisele Einar Meister, Lya Meister: Vokaalide kvaliteedi varieerumine eesti laste kõnes Eva Velsker; Mart Velsker: Mitmekeelne Luts: lühiproosa Oksana Palikova, Valentina Štšadneva: Lääne-Peipsi vene põliselanikkonnaga asulanimede variatiivsus (ajaloos ja tänapäeval)
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13.00–14.00 Lunch break
14.00–16.00 Social and cognitive aspects of contact-induced language change IV (2–114 Jakobi St.) Chair Ad Backus
Elina Palola: Entrenched single word switches in multilingual everyday interaction of a Finnish family and their Spanish au pair
Mila Schwartz: Stages of children's bilingual development within the context of a two-way immersion bilingual program
Virve Vihman: Bilingual children, Estonian-English code-switching and metalinguistic awareness
Anna Verschik: Usage-based approach to English-Estonian code-copying
14.00–16.00 History matters: The role of the past in contemporary spiritual movements IV (2–110 Jakobi St.) Chair Aldis Pūtelis Ceri Houlbrook: Saints, poets, and rubber ducks: Crafting the sacred at St. Nectan's Kieve, Cornwall Tõnno Jonuks: How old is sacredness? Dating of natural sacred places Atko Remmel, Tõnno Jonuks: Estonian religion and identity in school history textbooks Vladimir Martinovich: History is not about our past, but future
14.00–16.00 Varieerumine narratiivis – varieerumine kultuuris: püsimine ja teisenemine, mäletamine ja unustamine, žanr ja kultuurikontekst (Variation in narrative – variation in culture: stability and variability, remembering and forgetting, genre and cultural context) II (2–109 Jakobi St.) Chair Kärri Toomeos-Orglaan Anneli Mihkelev: Folkloorist kirjandusse ehk variatsioonid Rainisega läti ja eesti kultuuris Anneli Kõvamees: (Eksistentsiaalne) eksleja ruumis Siim Sorokin: Pärisustamise paradoksid: narratiivsed persoonid, “Halvale teele” ja argitarkus netisuhtluses Mikk Sarv, Kristel Vilbaste: Allikapärimuse varieerumine maastiku ja kultuuriruumi muutustes
14.00–16.00 Variation in folksongs II (2–103 Jakobi St.) Chair Mari Sarv Aliaksandra Shrubok: Belarusian chants treating cattle illnesses: Principles of variation Natalia Rusinova: Australian variations of traditional Christmas carols as a case-study for culture-specific lexis Baiba Krogzeme-Mosgorda: The interpretation of Latvian folk songs in schoolchildren’s autograph albums Надежда Рычкова: “Бродячие” фрагменты в структуре русских городских песен / "Migratory" fragments in the structure of Russian urban songs
14.00–16.00 „Свой“, „другой“, „чужой“ и „враг“ в культурах Эстонии (2–113 Jakobi St.)
Chair Irina Belobrovtseva
Аурика Меймре: „Свои“, „другие“, „чужие“ и „враги“ в произведениях русских писателей-эмигрантов Эстонии.
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Александр Данилевский: „Свои“, „другие“, „чужие“ и „враги“ в Хронике Покровской церкви, Нос (Nina)
Галина Пономарева: Русская культура в газете „Постимеэс“ (1941–1944)
Ольга Демидова: Вариативность в переводе.
Ирина Белобровцева: Билингвизм в литературе (на основе творчества Яана Каплинского и Игоря Котюха)
14.00–16.00 Tantsu varieerumise uurimine videopõhise tantsuanalüüsi ja taaskehastamise kaudu (Practical workshop study into dance variation) (2–107 Jakobi St.)
Chairs Sille Kapper, Madli Teller Participants are required to take along their laptops or smartphones with a bigger screen (one for a group of two or three) and to wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
16.00–16.30 Coffee break
16.30–17.30 Plenary session (round auditorium, 2 – 226 Jakobi St.)
Chair Tiit Hennoste Terttu Nevalainen: A tale of two cities: Historical sociolinguistics and the diffusion of linguistic change
17.30 Closing words
18.30 Reception
Poster presentation Anni Arukask, Kaidi Kriisa, Maria-Kristiina Lotman, Tuuli Triin Truusalu, Martin Uudevald, Anu Mänd, Kristi Viiding: Textual, paleographic, and visual variation in Latin inscriptions in Estonian churches
Organisers: PUT 475 “Integrated model of morphosyntactic variation in written Estonian: A pilot study”, and the working group of the CEES on corpus-based linguistic, literary, and folklore studies.
The conference is supported by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund (Centre of Excellence in Estonian Studies), and research projects PUT 475 and IUT 22-5 of the Estonian Research Council.

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Toimumiskoht:
Eesti Kirjandusmuuseum   -   Website
Street:
Vanemuise 42
ZIP:
51003
City:
Tartu
State:
Tartumaa
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