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Plotting Poetry 5 - Popular Voices

4-6 July 2022 – Estonian Literary Museum, Tartu

Programme

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Monday, 4 July

16.00
Opening of the conference
16.30
The Voices We Do: Surplus Inscriptions in the Poetry Audio Archive (online) keynote lecture
Chris Mustazza
17.30
Welcome reception

Tuesday, 5 July

9.00
Charles Bukowskiʼs performance poetry, reperformed online
Amelie Macaud
9.30
Jakobsonian “broad metrics”: a model for musical verse (exemplified by two late Soviet Russophone “bard” songs)
Igor Pilshchikov
10.00
From poetry to song. A corpus-based approach to textual variation
Helena Bermúdez Sabel, Clara Martínez Cantón, Pablo Ruiz Fabo
10.30
coffee break
11.00
Constructing a TIMBRE Database: Handling Popular Poetic Reuses
Nils Couturier, Lara Nugues
11.30
Kalevipoeg in the FILTER-machine. New opportunities to study the links between literary and oral poetries
Liina Saarlo, Mari Sarv, Susanna Mett
12.00
Blowing 'The Boyʼs Magic Horn': Plotted and Synthesised Romanticism
Toni Bernhart, Julia Koch:
12.30
coffee break
14.00
Russian Typological Oriented Theories of Meters in the 1920s: From “Metrotonica” to “Tactometrica” (online)
Kirill Korchagin
14.30
The fall of genres that did not happen: formalizing historical dynamics of Russian poetic meter semantics
Antonina Martynenko, Artjoms Šeļa
15.00
3-ictic dolnik in Russian translations of Spanish and German verse: a comparative rhythmical analysis (online)
Vera Polilova
15.30
coffee break
16.00
MeThAL: Towards a macroanalysis of theater in Alsatian
Pablo Ruiz Fabo
16.30
Jokes without Humour
Anne-Sophie Bories
17.00
Rhyming strategies in Estonian rap lyrics: a statistical view
Maria-Kristiina Lotman, Rebekka Lotman
19.00
dinner

Wednesday, 6 July

9.00
Text similarity and alignment in the study of Finnic oral folk poetry keynote lecture
Maciej Janicki
9.30
coffee break
10.30
Textual Variation and Representative Selection of Texts (online)
Yelena Sesselja Helgadóttir
11.00
Orality, Music, and Versification in 16th century Hungarian Epic Poems
Petr Plecháč, Szilvia Maróthy, Levente Seláf
11.30
Scanning for (un)certainty. In search of an evaluation method for computer-generated scansion of medieval Dutch poetry
Wouter Haverals
12.00
Quantitative analysis of distribution of the nominative form of the diminutive suffix -kene in Estonian runosongs (online)
Kaarel Veskis
12.30
lunch break
14.00-15.00
Final collaboration event
16.00-18.00
Optional: Joint visit to the Estonian National Museum