21.8.17

Tarton kongressin nettisivut

Tarton kongressin lehdistötiedote ja esitelmien tiivistelmät löytyvät nettisivulta:
http://aful.kirjandus.ee/intro/


The 14th Finno-Ugric Writers’ Congress will take place on 24-25 August 2017 in Tartu, at the Estonian National Museum.
The main topic of the congress is history and the way it is treated in Finno-Ugric literatures. In addition, current topics in these literatures will be discussed. The congress will include plenary sessions and working groups, to focus both on the main subject of the congress, and also on other questions considered important by the participants. The congress will end with a plenary session.
On 26 August there will be a visit to Setumaa.
The congress will host approximately one hundred delegates, mainly representing the Finno-Ugric peoples of Russia, whilst delegations from Hungary, Finland and some other, non-Finno-Ugric, countries will take part in the event. To enable equal participation for all delegates, simultaneous interpretation will be offered between Estonian, Russian and English.

Pressiteade 03.08.2017


XIV SOOME-UGRI KIRJANIKE KONGRESS KESKENDUB AJALOOLE JA AJALOOMÄLULE KIRJANDUSES
23.-25. augustil Tartus Eesti Rahva Muuseumis (ERM) toimuv Soome-ugri kirjanike kongress toob Eestisse kirjanikke ja kirjandusteadlasi Venemaalt, Soomest, Ungarist, Slovakkiast ja Prantsusmaalt. Ettekannete fookuses on ajalugu ja selle kajastus  soome-ugri rahvaste kirjanduses.
Kongress algab 23. augustil Mari Kalkuni kontserdiga. Kongressi esimese päeva24. augusti, avab Soome-ugri Kirjanduse Assotsiatsiooni (AFUL) president János Pusztay, oma tervituse edastavad ka Vabariigi President Kersti Kaljulaid, Tartu linnapea Urmas Klaas ja ERMi direktor Tõnis Lukas.
Esimese päeva ettekanded käsitlevad ajaloo kajastamist ja kajastumist kirjanduses. Nii näiteks teeb Arvo Valton ettekande Soome-ugri rahvaste ajalooromaanide ja eeposte tõlgetest eesti keelde ning nende tähendusest hõimurahvaste ajaloo mõistmisel;  Jouni Tossavainen vaatleb loodusluulet väikerahva kultuurimälu hoidjana;  Sébastien Cagnoli vaatab aga XXI sajandi pilguga Soome isamaalisele luulele, küsides, kas soomlased häbenevad iseseisvust.
Kongressi esimese päeva lõpetab udmurdi raamatute esitlus ja Eesti-udmurdi ansambli Ar-God kontsert.
Soome-ugri kirjanike kongressi teine päev, 25. august, koondab ettekandeid ajalootraumadest kirjanduses: Jan Kaus räägib Eesti lähiajaloo käsitlemisest Sofi Oksaneni ja Jaan Krossi tegelaskujude kaudu; Peeter Helme vaatleb ajalookäsitlusi uuemas eesti proosas; mitmeid ettekandeid on mari ja komi kirjandusest väikerahvaste ajaloo perspektiivis.
Kongressi teise päeva lõpetab Kristiina Ehini ja Silver Sepa kontsert ning vaba mikrofon, kus kuulda saab luulet enam-vähem kõigis soome-ugri keeltes.
XIV Soome-ugri kirjanike kongressi kõik sündmused on avalikud ja tasuta.
Soome-ugri kirjanduste assotsiatsioon on üle aasta toimuvaid kongresse korraldanud alates 1993. aastast. Kongresside eesmärk on hoida ja edendada soome-ugri rahvaste vahelisi kirjanduslikke sidemeid, vahetada teavet, mõtteid, kogemusi kirjanduses ja laiemalt ühiskonnas toimuva kohta, ning toetada ennekõike väiksemate soome-ugri rahvaste keelelist ja kultuurilist püsimist.
Tänavu Eestis toimuva kongressi peakorraldajaks on assotsiatsiooni asepresident Eva Toulouze ja projektijuhiks assotsiatsiooni juhatuse liige Indrek Koff.
Kongressi teabejuht
Tõnu Karjatse
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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