9.8.17

Alustava Tarton kongressiohjelma

Alustava Suomalais-ugrilaisten kirjallisuuksien liiton XIV kongressin ohjelma on valmistunut. Tartossa M. A. Castrénin seuran delegaatiossa Suomea edustavat muun muassa Katja Kettu, Jukka Koskelainen, Petter Morottaja ja Riina Katajavuori, jota esitetään AFUL:n hallituksen uudeksi jäseneksi.

XIV Finno-Ugric Writers‘ Congress
Tartu, August 23–25, 2017

Simultaneous interpretation into Estonian, English and Russian.
Wednesday, August 23

16:00 Tour of Tartu starting from the Hotel.
17:00 – AFUL board members meet at the hotel and go to their meeting at the Museum (ERM)
18:30 – Bus from the hotel to ERM
19:00 – Concert: Mari Kalkun (ERM)
20:30 – Dinner (ERM)
22:00 – Bus from ERM to the hotel


Thursday August 24.

9:30 – Bus from the hotel to ERM
10:00 – Greetings by the President of the Estonian Republic
10:10 – Greetings by the Mayor of Tartu city
10:20 – Greetings by Tõnis Lukas, ERM’s director
10:30 – Greetings Tiit Aleksejev, Chairman of the Estonian Writer’s Union
10:40 – Speech by the AFUL‘s president János Pusztay
11:00 – Arvo Valton (Еstonia) Estonian translations of Finno-Ugric historical novels and epics and their meaning in order to understand the history of the Finno-Ugric peoples (in Estonian)
11:30 Meelis Friedenthal (Еstonia)Alternative and history

12:00–12:30  Coffee break

12:30 – Aija Sakova (Еstonia)Pain memory and memory pain: historic and personal traumas in literature (in Estonian)
12:50 – Svetlana Arkhipova (Mari El) Mari children’s literature today (in Russian)
13:10 – Valts Ernstreits (Latvia) Livonian literature today (in English)
13:30 – Katja Kettu (Finland) Finns and other Finno-Ugric people in (literature) history

14:00–15:00 Lunch

I section
15:00 –Péter Bokányi (Hungary) Hungarian historical novels(in Russian)
15:20 – Aleksandr Petrov (Mari El) The historical issues in Mari drama writing (in Russian)
15:40 – Sébastien Cagnoli  (France)Are Finns ashamed of their independence? A 21st century look at the patriotic poetry of Uuno Kailas(in English)

16:00 – Jukka Koskelainen (Finland) Where does the circle begin? Rewriting the origin myth
16:20 Dyekiss Virág (Hungary) Personal history in epic folklore

II section
15:00 – Jouni Tossavainen (Finland)Nature Poetry
15:20 – Otto Fenyvesi (Hungary) Order and Adventure – Hungarian Literature in the Former Yugoslavia (in English)
15:40 – Enikő Molnár Bodrogi (Romania) Transylvanian ideology between the two World Wars” (in English)
16:00 – Lázár Imre (Hungary) Relatives and/or friends? Conclusions from the history of cultural relations of Fenno-Ugric peoples
16:20 – Esa-Jussi Salminen (Finland) About the history of Udmurt literature and its future perspectives
17:00 – Presentation of Udmurt books
18:00 –Concert: Ar-God, Udmurt-Estonian group
19:30 – Reception by the Hungarian and Finnish embassies
21:00 – Bus from ERM to the hotel


Friday, August 25.
(in English)
9:30 – Bus from the hotel to ERM

I section
10:00 – Zsófia Barczi (Slovakia) The history of the Hungarian minority in Slovakia and its literary representation (in English)
10:20 – Ildikó P. Varga (Hungary)Historical traumas as personal experiences in Andrea Tompa’s first novel (in English)
10:40 – Aleksei Popov (Komi Republic) How I gathered materials for one short story about the establishment of the Soviet power in the Komi areas (in Russian)
11:00 – Anne-Victoire Charrin (France) Eremey Aypin. Historical novels: the space of inhumanity and universal questions (in Russian)
11:20 – Elena Afanasseva (Komi Republic) About the formation of the character Duda Plattöa (in Russian)
11:40 – Michal Kovář (Czech Republic) Kalevalaism as a movement in Uralic and world literature(in English)
12:00 – Larisa Dmitrieva (Udmurtia) The history of the publication of Kedra Mitrei’s autobiographic story The son of a sick century (in Russian)
12:20 – Heinike Heisoo (Еstonia) Writing in a language without writing (in Estonian)

II section
10:00 – Elena Yunusova (Mari El) The Mari children’s literature (in Russian)
10:20 – Lidia Iksanova  (Mari El)The use of original Mari and loaned vocabulary in today’s Mari prose (in Russian)
10:40 – Vera Melekhina The great patriotic War in Komi writer Ivan Minin’s works (in Russian)
11:00 – Tatiana Saveleva Historic events in Permyak drama literature(in Russian)
11:20 – Elena Konshina The historic processes of the land of Parma in the writings by Permyak writers (in Russian)
11:40 – Elena Kozintseva About Khanty literature (in Russian)
12:00 – Svetlana Dinislamova About Mansi literature(in Russian)
12:30–14:30 Lunch
13:30 – Meeting of the Association’s board


14:30 – Peeter Helme (Еstonia)History in recent Estonian prose (in Estonian)
15:00 – Petter Morottaja Inari Saami history and literature (in English)
15:30 - Alyona Eltsova The history of the Komi in today’s long poems (in Russian)
16:00 – Johanna Domokos Comparative paradigms in the Uralic literary field (in English)
16:30 – Jan Kaus (Еstonia) Backbone and ratchet: about the treatment of Estonian recent history through two opposing characters (in Estonian)
17:00 – János Pusztay conclusions
17:30 – Bus from ERM to the hotel
18:30 – Meeting at the hotel, walk together to the Town Hall
19:00 – Reception of the Mayor of Tartu city in the Town Hall
21.00 – Concert: Kristiina Ehin ja Silver Sepp. Free mike. (New yard)

Saturday, August 26
Excursion to Setumaa
The busses start from the hotel at 9:30
Welcome coffee
Visit to Setumaa writers
Lunch Johanna Domokos Comparative paradigma of the Uralic literary field
Joyful afternoon with song, dance, folklore and literature
1 bus starts for Pskov and takes the delegates to their train at 17:00
1 bus goes back to Tartu at 18:00