Thematic Session: 1. Continuity of mastering and using Finno-Ugric and Samoyed languages and cultures by future generations

Block I
Thu 16.6.2016, from 9.30–12.30. Place: Carpenter’s Hall (Puusepän Sali), 2nd floor

Themes of discussion:
• Bi- and multilingualism
• Attitude of peoples towards native languages. Prestige and status of languages in society, revival procedures
• Education levels and procedures, preschool education, language in the family

9.30–9.40    Opening of the session
Moderators:
Natalia Antonova (the Karelians), Young Karelia Society
Riho Grünthal (the Finns), Professor of Finnic and Finno-Ugric Languages and Cultures, University of Helsinki
Secretary: Jouni Sirkiä, Finland-Russia-Society

Bi- and multilingualism
9.40–9.55    Presentation:
Theme: Bilingual communities. Linguistic practices and governing policies.
Janne Saarikivi (the Finns), PhD, University of Helsinki

9.55-10.10    Presentation:
Theme: Bilingualism of the Finno-Ugric and Samoyed people in Russia
Valeri Markov (the Komis), Inter-regional Social Movement "Komi Voityr"

10.10-10.25    Presentation:
Theme: Bilingualism in diaspora: functioning and preservation. Case: Hungarian minorities
Enikő Molnár-Bodrogi, (the Hungarians), Docent, Babeș-Bolyai University

10.25-10.45    Comments from experts:
Mark Djachkov, PhD, Moscow State Social University
Svetlana Jedygarova, PhD, University of Helsinki

10.45-11.20    Discussion

Attitude of peoples towards native languages. Prestige and status of languages in society, revival procedures
11.20–11.50    Presentations:
Theme: Uralic languages in today’s world
Annika Pasanen (the Finns), PhD, Linguist

Theme: Contemporary models of minority language revitalization. Case: Vepsian language.
Larisa Chirkova (the Vepses), Correspondent for the Russian national television company Karelia

11.50-12.10    Comments from experts:
Nina Zaitseva (the Vepses), DSc in Philology, Karelian Research Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Language, Literature and History.  
Riho Grünthal (the Finns), Professor of Finnic and Finno-Ugric Languages and Cultures, University of Helsinki

12.10-12.30    Discussion

Thematic Session continues:
Fri 17.6.2016, from 9.00–11.00. Place: Carpenter’s Hall, 2nd floor.

Education levels and procedures, preschool education, language in the family
9.00–9.30    Presentations:
Theme: Project “Finno-Ugric languages and cultures in early childhood education” and the project’s future outlook.
Zoja Ostapova (the Komis), Head of The National Laboratory on Early Childhood Education, Komi Republican Institute of Education Development

Theme: The relationship between different types of bilingual education and identity
Ildikó Vanco (the Hungarians), Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra,
Hungarian linguistics and literature science

9.30–9.50    Comments from experts:
Ekaterina Protasova, Doctor of pedagogical sciences, docent, University of Helsinki
Zoya Bolina (The Enets) Taimyr Folk Art House
9.50–11.00    Discussion, Closing conclusions.

Block II
Thu 16.6.2016, from 14.00–15.30. Place: Carpenter’s Hall, 2nd floor.
Themes of discussion:
• Vocational training
• Rural education

14.00–14.10    Opening of the session
Moderators:
Irma Mullonen (the Ingrian Finns) Professor, DSc in Philology, Karelian Research Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Language, Literature and History
Ildikó Lehtinen (the Finns), Docent, PhD, University of Helsinki, Chair of the Kalevala Women’s Association
Secretary: Eeva-Kaisa Linna, Karelian Cultural Society

Vocational training
14.10–14.25    Presentation:
Theme: Education of national intelligentsia
Natalia Kondratjeva (the Udmurts), Dean, Institute of Udmurt philology, Finno-Ugrian studies and Journalism, Udmurt State University

14.25–15.00    Comments:
Ellen Pautamo (the Sámis) The Sámi Education Institute
Irma Mullonen (the Ingrian Finns) Professor, DSc in Philology, Karelian Research Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Language, Literature and History

15.00-15.30    Discussion

Thematic Session continues:
Time: Fri 17.6.2016, from 9.00–11.00. Place: Conference room “Sauna”
Rural education
9.00–9.15    Presentation:
Theme: Nomadic school at the tundra and its role in child education.
 Antonina Siazi, (The Hantys) Regional Institute of Education Development

9.15–9.25    Comment:
Anastasia Lapsui

9.25–10.20    Discussion

10.20–10.35    Presentation:
Theme: Preserving and developing native minority languages of Taimyr
Svetlana Zhovnitckaia (the Nganasans), Information and Methodology Center in Taimyr

10.35–11.00    Discussion. Closing conclusions.

Block III
Thu 16.6.2016, from 14.00–15.30. Place: Haapa
Themes of discussion:
•    Cultural heritage, national culture
•    National professional arts
•    Experience gained from the operation of national cultural centers

14.00–14.05    Opening of the session
Moderators:
Tatiana Klejerova (the Karelians), Council of the Representative Assembly of the Karelian League
Madis Arukask (the Estonians), University of Tartu, Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics
Secretary: Soile Tirri, Finland-Russia Society

Cultural heritage, national culture
14.05–14.20    Presentation:
Theme: The cultural heritage of Finno-Ugric peoples in relation to the improvements in ethno-egological technologies
Galina Shkalina (the Maris), Mari State University, Head of the School of Culture and Arts

14.20–14.40    Comments:
Eszter Ruttkay-Miklián (the Hungarians),  Linguist, director of Reguly Antal Ethnographic Museum
14.40–15.30    Discussion

Thematic Session continues:
Fri 17.6.2016, from 9.00–11.00, Place: Carpenter’s Workshop
National professional arts
9.00–9.15    Presentation :
Theme: How to recreate one’s home surroundings? Our visual identity.
Kärt Summatavet (the Estonians), Doctor of Arts, designer and decorative artist, member of the Estonian Association of Designers, visiting professor at the Guangdong University of Technology

9.15–9.50    Discussion

Experience gained from the operation of national cultural centers
9.50–10.05    Joint Presentation:
Yuri Mishanin, (the Mordovians) Doctor of Philology, Professor, Dean of Philology Department
Tatjana Barahova, (the Komis) Head of the Finno-Ugric Cultural Centre in Syktyvkar.

10.05–10.15    Comment:
Alla Ishtimirova-Posokhova (the Khants), Theatre “Sun” of the Ob-Ugrians

10.15–11.00    Discussion. Closing conclusions.  

 

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