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2 Heritage and Identity Politics

Session 1, Auditorium 240

Thursday 15 September 2011

13.45-15.45

Swietlana Czerwonnaja, Prof. Dr. hab., ord. Prof., Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland

The Interpretation of Cultural Heritage (Finno-Ugric mythology) in individual creative concepts of contemporary artists –ethnofuturism representatives

Peter F.N. Hoerz, research assistant, Georg-August-University, Göttingen, Department for Cultural An­thropology / European Ethnology Germany

The Others as a Resource for Designing Identity

»Virtual Jewishness« Between the Self and “The Strange”

Minna-Liisa Salonsaari, PhD Student, University of Turku, Cultural Heritage Studies, Finland

The meaning of cultural heritage in the case of Ingrian Finnish returnees

Mika Suonpää, PhD, Freelance researcher, Finland

Discussing Cultural Heritage in the British Parliament, c. 1970-2003

 

Session 2, Auditorium 240

Friday 16 September 2011

13.45-15.45

Antonio Medeiros, CRIA/ISCTE – IUL, Lisbon, Portugal

Nations, States, changing markets and the politics of cultural heritage 

Lena Sidorova, Post graduated student, Northern-East Federal University (Yakutsk), Russia

Cultural heritage of religion traditions

Guzel Stolyarova, Professor, Kazan federal University, Department of Ethnology and Archeology, Russia

The Chuvashs – Pagans in the Modern Tatarstan: the Ways of Keeping the Cultural Tradition

Lia Zola, Research fellow, University of Padua, Cultural Anthropology, Italy

New Ancestors for Old Traditions: the case of the UNESCO Olonkho epic poems in the Sakha Republic (Yakutia)

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