Eestikeelne kokkuvõte konverentsist (Mirjam Hinrikus “Modernsuse kogemise viisid eesti ja soome kultuuris“, Keel ja Kirjandus nr 6, 2014)

The conference is organized by Under and Tuglas Literature Centre of the Estonian Academy of Sciences and by Tallinn University in collaboration with University of Helsinki and University of Turku

9–10 December 2013, Tallinn (Estonia)

Monday, 9 December, Under and Tuglas Literature Centre, Roosikrantsi 6

10.00–10.55 Coffee and Tea

10.55–11.00 Welcome (Mirjam Hinrikus)

Chair: Piret Kruuspere
11.00–11.30 Tiina Kinnunen: “Responses to Ellen Key’s Ideas in Early 20th Century Finland”
11.30–12.00 Ave Mattheus: „The Child Narrator and Child-centred Ideas in Estonian Literatureat the Beginning of the 20th Century”
12.00–12:30 Leena Kurvet-Käosaar: “Models of Love in the Work of Aino Kallas and Marie Under”

12.30–13.45 Lunch

Chair:Viola Parente-Čapková
13.45–14.25 Päivi Lappalainen, Kati Launis, Kirsi Tuohela (panel): “Fragile Subjects: Childhood in Finnish Literature and Medicine, 1850s–2000s“
14.25–15.00 Elsi Hyttinen, Kaisa Kurikka, Parente-Čapková (panel): “Moneymakers, Demi-mondes, Common Folk, and the Emperor’s Shadow: Literature as a Public Sphere in 1910s Finland

15.00–15.15 Coffee and Tea Break

Chair: Leena Kurvet-Käosaar
15.15–15.45 Viola Parente-Čapková: “Madrigal, Don Juan and Other ‘Stories’: Musical Mimesis in L. Onerva’s Mirdja
15.45–16.15 Pirjo Lyytikäinen: “The Trope of Sickness in Finnish Decadent Writing”
16.15–16.45 Mirjam Hinrikus: “A. H. Tammsaare`s “The Shapes of the Shadows”as an example of Estonian Literary Decadence“

18.00–22.00 Reception in Under and Tuglas Literature Centre’s Affiliate Museum in Nõmme, Väikese Illimari 12


Tuesday 10 December, Tallinn University, Narva mnt 29, S-240

Chair: Mirjam Hinrikus
9.00–9.30 Tutta Palin, Kai Stahl: „Serialized and Embodied: Visualization of the New Woman by Women Artists“
9.30–10.00 Bart C. Pushaw: “Finland and the Genesis of Contemporary Art in Fin-de-Siècle Estonia”
10.00–10.30 Jaan Undusk: “Erik Obermann and the New Aesthetics of Life”

10.30–11.00 Coffee and Tea Break

Chair: Linda Kaljundi

11.00–11.30 Anneli Saro, Pirkko Koski: “Reflections of Europe in Estonian and Finnish Drama in the Beginning of 20th century“

11.30–12.00 Katarina Leppänen: “’I Just Wrote, What Was In My Memory’: The Political in Hella Wuolijoki’s Auto-Writing”

12.00–12.30 Piret Peiker: “Young Konstantin Päts’s Conceptualisation of Modern Nationhood and Good Governance in the International Force Field of Ideas”

12:30–13:30 Lunch

Chair: Eve Annuk

13.30–14.00 Veli-Matti Pynttäri: “Timely Reflections. The essay, Cultural Criticism and Modernity in 1930s Finnish literature”

14.00−14.30 Tiina Ann Kirss: “Modernity and the Journal Intime: Henri-Frédéric Amiel, Friedebert Tuglas, Aino Kallas”

14.30–15.00 Marit Karelson: “The Reception of André Gide in Estonia. The example of Johannes Semper”

15.00–15.30 Katre Talviste: “Johannes Semper and the Avant-Garde Literature. The Difference Between Interest and Enthusiasm”

15.30–16.00 Coffee and Tea Break

Chair: Anneli Saro
16.00–16.30 Eve Annuk: “Lilli Suburg’s New Woman at the Beginning of the 20th Century”
16.30–17.00 Rutt Hinrikus:„Bystanders Diary – an Archive in Time. Aino Suits and Her Diary“
17.00–17.30 17.00–17.30 Katiliina Gielen: “Travelling Feminist Thought: L. Onerva’s Early Reception in Estonia”
17.30 Closing Remarks