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Keynote

Assistant Professor Lucky P. C. Belder

CIER, Centre for Intellectual property Law, university of Utrecht, the Netherlands

Ms. Lucky Belder is assistant-professor at the Centre of Intellectual Property Right (CIER) of the Molengraaff Institute for civil law, University of Utrecht. She is a member of the working group on Culture, Communication and Information of the Dutch UNESCO Commission and advisor on intellectual property, cultural heritage, information policies and cultural diversity.

Researcher and editor, PhD Petja Aarnipuu

The Kalevala Society

Mr. Petja  Aarnipuu is a project worker at Kalevalaseura (from August 2010 to present). He is doing preliminary research for a future book project about the cultural history of Kalevala translations. From 2009 Aarnipuu has been an editor in Elore, which is an open access journal. Elore publishes scholarly articles, reports and book reviews concerning research and study in folklore and related fields in cultural study.

Professor Hannu Saha

Department of Folk Music, Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland

Mr. Hannu Saha is well known folk music artist. His creative work is based on his own studies.  Beside his active research and written activities he has published several materials for education use such as schoolbooks and voice- and photo documents.

Univ. prof. Dr. Ingo Schneider

Institute für Geschichtswissenschaften und Europäische Ethnologie, University of Innsbruck, Austria. Univ. prof. Dr. Ingo Schneider

Prof. Dr. Schneiders prior studies consists the theory of culture heritage, the ways of telling contemporary legends in Internet and tourism related to water. At this moment Mr. Schneider has several projects, for examples a research of the culture of catastrophes.

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