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Σάββατο, 3 Μαΐου 2014

Parallelism in Verbal Art and Performance is a seminar-workshop to be held 26th–27th May 2014, in the Great Hall of the Finnish Literature Society, Helsinki, Finland. The colloquium is organized by Folklore Studies of the University of Helsinki and the Academy of Finland research project “Oral and Literary Culture in the Medieval and Early Modern Baltic Sea Region: Cultural Transfer, Linguistic Registers and Communicative Networks” (2011–2014) of the Finnish Literature Society.
Keynote speakers: Richard Bauman (Indiana University, Bloomington), James Fox (The Australian National University)
This event will be free and open to the public.  An optional participation fee payable at the site of the event will entitle attendees to a copy of the pre-print publication of working papers presented and discussed.
MONDAY 26.3.
08:30–08:50 Coffee
08:50–09:00 Opening words
09:00–10:30 Keynote: James Fox (The Australian National University)

Remembering and Recreating Origins: The Transformation of a Tradition of Strict Canonical Parallelism among the Rotenese of Eastern India
10:30–10:45 Coffee
10:45–11:45 Kati Kallio (Finnish Literature Society (SKS))

Parallelism and Musical Structures in Kalevala-Metric Poetry
11:45–12:45 Jukka Saarinen (Finnish Literature Society (SKS))

“Said a Word, Uttered Thus”: Structures and Functions of Parallelelism in Arhippa Perttunen’s Poems
12:45–13:45 Lunch
13:45–14:45 Karina Lukin (University of Helsinki)

Notes on Parallelism in Nenets Epic
14:45–15:45 Venla Sykäri (University of Helsinki)

Parallelism and Couplet Composit! ion in Oral Poetry
15:45–16:00 Coffee
16:00–17:00 Eila Stepanova (University of Helsinki)

Parallelism in Karelian Lament Poetry
Reception at SKS
08:45–09:00 Coffee
09:00–10:30 Keynote: Richard Bauman (Indiana University, Bloomington)

“Accordin’ to the Gospel of Etymology”: Burlesque Sermons on Early Commercial Sound Recordings
10:30–10:45 Coffee
10:45–11:45 Timo Kaartinen (University of Helsinki)

Parallelism and the Composition of Oral Narratives in Banda Eli
11:45–12:45 Antti Lindfors (University of Turku)

Comic Analogy and Parallelism in ‘Alternative’ Stand-Up Comedy
12:45–13:45 Lunch
13:45–14:45Lotte Tarkka (University of Helsinki)

Parallelism and the Emergent Structure of Oral Poetry: A Case from Viena Karelia
14:45–15:45 Jonathan Roper (University of Tartu)

Alliteration and Parallelism: The Case of Charms
15:45–16:00 Coffee
16:00–17:00 Frog (University of Helsinki)

Parallelism, Modality, Medium and Orders of Representation

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