Workshop 'Uncanny experiences and narratives: embodiment, senses, interpretative frames'
November 10, 2015, in Villa Tammekann (Kreutzwaldi 6)
10.00 Kirsi Kanerva (University of Turku): Uncanny experiences and bodily emotions
10.30 Susanne Ådahl (University of Turku): Uncanny sensory experiences
11.00 Kaarina Koski (University of Turku): The uncanny in the mind: mental problems or mental abilities?
11.30 Coffee/ tea
12.15 Igor Volke (National Library, Tallinn): Anomalous phenomena of environent from different angles – as indicators of interpretive frameworks
12.45 lunch (in villa Tammekann)
14.00 Margaret Lyngdoh (University of Tartu): Why Khasis don't learn how to swim: engagement and fear of water-bodies
14.30 Katre Koppel (University of Tartu): Birth narratives in the Source Breathwork community: interpretations of bodily experiences, the esoteric body and family lore
15.00 Reet Hiiemäe (University of Tartu/ Estonian Literary Museum): The voices of the unborn. Narrated experiences of childless families
15.30 Coffee/ tea
16.00 Kirsten Marie Raahauge (The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts): Intense sensations on the limit of reason. Anthropological interpretations of haunted houses?
16.30 Ülo Valk (University of Tartu): Memories of ghosts: experiences and narratives
17.15 Tour of haunted Tartu (guided by Tartu-NEFA)
The workshop is organised by the Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore, University of Tartu, and the University of Turku (Interdisciplinary Research Project “Mind and the Other“)