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anita vaivade - Société internationale pour la recherche sur le droit
CURRICULUM VITAE
ANITA VAIVADE
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Citizenship: Latvian
Date of birth: 19.01.1982.
Phone: +371 26551122
E-mail: [email protected]
EDUCATION
PhD in Arts, Latvian Academy of Culture
PhD Studies in Law, University of Bordeaux IV Montesquieu, France
Master Degree in Theory and History of Law, University of Latvia
Bachelor Degree in Professional Studies in Law, University of Latvia
Master Degree in Social Sciences and Philosophy of Knowledge, University of Paris IV Sorbonne
Bachelor Degree in Arts, Speciality in Sociology of Culture, Latvian Academy of Culture
Diploma of Secondary Education, Riga French Lyceum
Diploma of Primary Education, Primary School of Salaspils
2011
2007–2011
2006
2005
2004
2003
1996–1999
1989–1996
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES AND RESEARCH
Research at the Centre of the Philosophy of Law, Bordeaux IV Montesquieu University,
Bordeaux, France, Scholarship of the Government of France
Research Internship at the French National Centre for Scientific Research/ Study Center of the
international juridical cooperation (Centre National de la recherche scientifique (CNRS)/
Centre d'Etudes sur la Coopération Juridique Internationale (CECOJI)), Paris, France
Master Studies at the University Paris IV Sorbonne, Paris, France,
Scholarship of the Government of France
Exchange Studies at the University of Picardy Jules Verne, Amiens, France, Erasmus Scholarship
Exchange Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Tampere,
Tampere, Finland, Scholarship of the Government of Finland
Environmental Protection Policies, Summer University of Umeå, Sweden
Autumn, 2009
April–June, 2009
2003–2004
Autumn, 2002
Autumn, 2000
August, 1997
COMPLEMENTARY EDUCATION
French Language Course Français Supérieur II, French Culture Centre in Riga
Diploma of the Ogre Music School, Class of Choir Singing and Choral Conducting
Spring, 1999
1996
LANGUAGES
Latvian
French
Native
Excellent
English
Russian
Excellent
Good knowledge
Swedish
Spanish
Notions
Notions
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Researcher, Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art of the University of Latvia
Assistant Professor, Chair of Cultural Theory of History, Latvian Academy of Culture
Researcher, Centre for Scientific Research, Latvian Academy of Culture
Visiting Lecturer, Chair of General Study Courses, Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music
Culture, Communication and Information Sector Director, Latvian National Commission for UNESCO
Scientific Assistant, Centre for Scientific Research, Latvian Academy of Culture
Lecturer, Chair of Cultural Theory of History, Latvian Academy of Culture
Visiting Lecturer, Chair of Sociology and Psychology, Riga Stradiņš University
Internship on information and translation, French Embassy in Latvia
Culture Programmes' Coordinator, Latvian Culture Festival in France Etonnante Lettonie
Visiting Lecturer, Chair of Baltic Languages National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilisations
(Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, INALCO), Paris, France
Coordinator of Research Initiative, European Centre for Modern Languages, Graz, Austria
Research Assistant, EuroFaculty, University of Latvia
Since 2015
Since 2012
Since 2012
Since 2012
2006–2012
2006–2012
2006–2012
2005–2012
Summer, 2005
2004–2005
2003–2004
2001–2003
2000–2003
SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
Vaivade, Anita (Ed.). Intangible Cultural Heritage: National Law and Subjective Rights. International research seminar. Abstracts
of Presentations. Riga: Latvian Academy of Culture, 2015.
Vaivade, Anita. Le patrimoine culturel immatériel dans le discours académique : le cas de la Lettonie. Enseigner le patrimoine
culturel immatériel ? Le « PCI » dans les formations universitaires. Les cahiers du CFPCI n. 2. Paris, Vitré : Centre français du
patrimoine culturel immatériel - Maison des Cultures du Monde, 2015. P. 50–62.
(http://www.cfpci.fr/medias/site/Cahiers_du_CFPCI/Cahier_CFPCI_n2.pdf)
Vaivade, Anita. Folkloras vieta jaunās valsts kultūras politikā. In: Bula, Dace (red.). Latviešu folkloristika starpkaru periodā. Rīga:
Zinātne, 2014. 67.–100. lpp.
Vaivade, Anita. La conceptualisation du patrimoine culturel immatériel en droit letton. In : Cornu, Marie, Jérôme Fromageau et
Christian Hottin (sous la direction de). Droit et patrimoine culturel immatériel. Collection Droit du Patrimoine culturel et naturel.
Paris: Harmattan, 2013. Pp. 61–76.
Vaivade, Anita, Baiba Kittele. Implementation of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of
Cultural Expressions (2005) in the Baltic Sea Region: Insights into Regional Experiences. Reference Paper. Latvian National
Commission for UNESCO, 2012.
(http://www.unesco.lv/files/2005_Convention_Reference_Paper_final_529c4794.pdf)
Vaivade, Anita. Delusive Presumptions on the Legal Protection of Intangible Cultural Heritage. In: Cultural Research in the 21st
Century: Heritage, Identities and New Rhetoric. Book of Abstracts. Vilnius: Lithuanian Culture Research Institute, 2011. P. 27.
Vaivade, Anita. Person and Property: Conceptualising Intangible Cultural Heritage in Law. Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics.
Estonian Literary Museum, Estonian National Museum, University of Tartu. 2010. 4 (1): 25–36. (Central and Eastern European
Online Library (C.E.E.O.L.) database – http://www.ceeol.com).
Vaivade, Anita. La matière de l'immatériel : le langage prétentieux du droit/ The Matter of the Immaterial: the Pretentious Language
of Law. In: International Research and Arts Project Metamind 2010. Metamorphoses of the Absolute. Book of Abstracts. Riga:
Metamind, 2010. P. 35.
Vaivade, Anita. Legal Boarders of the World: Metaphysical Presence of Legal Regulations in the Space. In: Teters, Daina (Ed.).
Metamorphoses of the World: Traces, Shadows, Reflections, Echoes, and Metaphors. Riga: Latvian Academy of Culture, 2010. Pp.
225–239.
Vaivade, Anita. Folkloras koncepts Latvijas tiesību valodā 20. gadsimta 20.–30. gados. Letonica. 2009. 19: 251–264.
Vaivade, Anita. The Explication of Incapacity in Legal Discourse. In: Teters, Daina (Ed.). Metamorphoses of the Mind. Riga:
Latvian Academy of Culture, 2008. Pp.180–189.
Vaivade, Anita. Vērtības jēdziens tiesību diskursā (II). Likums un Tiesības. 2007. 9. sēj. 1(89): 14–23.
Vaivade, Anita. Vērtības jēdziens tiesību diskursā (I). Likums un Tiesības. 2006. 8. sēj. 12(88): 365–373.
Vaivade, Anita. Nemateriālā kultūras mantojuma tiesiskā aizsardzība. Jurista Vārds. 2006. 9. maijs. 18 (421): 16–20.
Vaivade, Anita (coauthor). Language learning and teaching in the context of twin cities. Strasbourg: Council of Europe, European
Centre for Modern Languages, 2004.
Vaivade, Anita (coauteur). L'apprentissage et l'enseignement des langues dans le contexte des villes jumelées. Grac: Conceil de
l'Europe, Centre Européen des Langues Vivantes, 2003.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS
Kuutma, Kristin; Vaivade, Anita. Working Group on Cultural Heritage and Property. SIEF-NEWS. International Society for
Ethnology and Folklore Studies. 2014. 12(1), 24.
Vaivade, Anita. La bibliothèque des traditions: Les archives du folklore letton au sommet du Gaismas pils. In: Bayou, Céline & Eric
Le Bourhis (dir.). Riga, une capitale. Paris: Regard sur l’Est, 2013 [http://www.regard-est.com/home/breve_contenu.php?id=1439].
Vaivade, Anita. „Lokālas zināšanas un atvērtas robežas: radošums un mantojums” – Starptautiskā vasaras universitāte Tartu.
Letonica. 2009. 19: 347–350.
Vaivade, Anita. Le peuple letton se prend à rêver. In: Bayou, Céline (éd.). Itinéraires baltes. Paris: Regard sur l'Est, 2005. Pp. 43–
46.
RESEARCH PAPERS
Doctoral Dissertation Conceptualisation of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Law
Master Thesis Notion of Value in Legal Discourse on the Intangible Cultural Heritage
Bachelor Thesis Impact of Legal Positivism on the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage
Master Thesis Contemporary Aesthetic Debates – Implementation of Discourse Analysis /in French/
Bachelor Thesis Discourse Construction and Social Functioning: Interpretation of Michel Foucault
Research Paper Social Functions of Language: Interpretation of Michel Foucault
School Research Paper Cooperation between Latvia and Denmark in the Domain of Culture and
Education, after the Reestablishment of the Independence of Latvia
2011
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
1999
AWARDS RECEIVED
1st Place at the Riga Competition of Research in Political Sciences
3rd Place at the State Competition in Political Sciences
Certificate of Recognition at the State Competition of French Language
Scholarship of Recognition of the Riga Golden Scholarships Fond
1999
1999
1999
1999
PARTICIPATION AT INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES
Vaivade, Anita. Intangible Cultural Heritage: Latvian Legislation in European Perspectives. Utopias. Realities. Heritages.
Ethnographies for the 21st Century. 12th Congress of the International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (Société Internationale
d'Ethnologie et de Folklore, SIEF). Zagreb, Croatia, 21–25 June 2015.
Vaivade, Anita. Folklore: Conceptual Shifts Between Science and Law. European Experiences. Mapping Disciplinary History: Centers,
Borderlands and Shared Spaces in Folkloristic Thought. Riga, Latvia, 20–24 October 2014.
Vaivade, Anita. Cultural Heritage Impact Research in Latvia / Awareness on Intangible Cultural Heritage Aspects. Cultural
Heritage Counts for Europe. Round Table Discussions on the Impact of Cultural Heritage. Krakow, Poland, 16–18 October 2014.
Vaivade, Anita. Designation versus Destruction? Protection of Cultural Heritage in Laws of War. Metamind 2014. The Order in
Destruction and the Chaos of Order. Freedom. Riga, Latvia, 25-28 September 2014.
Vaivade, Anita. Administering the Suiti Cultural Space: Quadrennial Retrospection. The Transformation of Culture into Heritage:
Commodification, Mediatization, Governmentalization. 5th Meeting of SIEF Working Group on Cultural Heritage and Property.
Bergen, Norway, 6, 7 March 2014.
Vaivade, Anita. Implementation of the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of Diversity of Cultural Expressions:
Latvian Experiences. International Meeting on the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of Diversity of Cultural
Expressions and Its Implementation Possibilities in Central and Eastern European Countries. Prague, Czech Republic, 14–15
October 2013.
Vaivade, Anita. Réflexions sur l'expérience lettone. Enseigner le patrimoine culturel immatériel ? Le « pci » dans les formations
universitaires en Europe. Vitré, France, 5, 6 September 2013.
Vaivade, Anita. Divided Territories: Heritage Economy in Court Decisions. Circulation. 11th Congress of the International Society
for Ethnology and Folklore (SIEF). Tartu, Estonia, 30 June – 4 July 2013.
Vaivade, Anita. Legal Prospects for Locality: Complementarity of International Conventions. Local Impact of Heritage-Making. 4th
meeting of the International Society for Ethnology and Folklore’s (SIEF) working group on Cultural Heritage and Property.
Barcelona, Spain, 13–14 September 2012.
Vaivade, Anita. Impact of International Law on Heritage Discourse. Inaugural Conference of the Association of Critical Heritage
Studies: 'Re/theorising heritage'. Gothenburg, Sweden, 5–9 June 2012.
Vaivade, Anita. Delusive Presumptions on the Legal Protection of Intangible Cultural Heritage. Cultural Research in the 21st
Century: Heritage, Identities and New Rhetoric. Vilnius, Lithuania, 28–30 September 2011.
Vaivade, Anita. Legal Ground: Metaphysical Place for Heritage Making. The 10th International SIEF Congress. People Make Places
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– Ways of Feeling the World. Lisbon, Portugal, 17–21 April 2011.
Vaivade, Anita. L'incorporation du terme de “patrimoine culturel immatériel” dans la législation nationale de la Lettonie. Droit et
patrimoine culturel immatériel. Paris, France, 13–14 January 2011.
Vaivade, Anita. Person and Property: Perspectives of Legal Philosophy for Interpreting the Intangible Cultural Heritage. Conference
on Cultural Heritage and Property. Tartu, Estonia, 4 August 2009.
Vaivade, Anita. Valeur et espace dans le musée : expérience lettone. Les missions du musée dans la sauvegarde du patrimoine
culturel immatériel. Paris, France, 24 June 2009.
Vaivade, Anita. Legal Boarders of the World – Metaphysical Presence of Legal Regulations in the Space. Metamind 2008.
Metamorphoses of the World: Traces, Shadows, Reflections, Echoes, and Metaphors. Riga, Latvia, 2–5 October 2008.
Vaivade, Anita. Semiotic and Axiological Analysis of Legal Concepts: the Case of Intangible Cultural Heritage. IRSL 2008. 7th
International Roundtable for the Semiotics of Law: The Promise of Legal Semiotics. Boulogne, France, 1–4 July 2008.
Vaivade, Anita. Term “Value” in Legal Discourse. Annual meeting of the The Law and Society Association: Law and Society in the
21st Century. Berlin, Germany, 25–28 July 2007.
Vaivade, Anita. “Kultūras vērtība” tiesību diskursā. Kultūras krustpunkti. Riga, Latvia, 1 December 2006.
Vaivade, Anita. Culture Policy for Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage in Latvia. Grasping the Intangible. Importance of
Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Age of Globalisation. Vienna, Austria, 13–14 October 2006.
Vaivade, Anita. Nepieskaitāmības eksplikācija tiesību diskursā. Metamind 2006. Prāta metamorfozes: neprāts, vājprāts, vieglprāts,
bezjēga. Riga, Latvia, 21–23 September 2006
5th International Roundtable for the Semiotics of Law: Law, Tolerance and Diversity. Boulogne, France, 17–20 May 2006.
ORGANIZATION OF SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS
International research seminar “Intangible Cultural Heritage: National Law and Subjective Rights”. Latvian Academy of Culture in
cooperation with Institute for Political Social Sciences, National Centre for Scientific Research (fr. Institut des Sciences sociales du
Politique, Centre national de la recherche scientifique, ISP-CNRS), France, and with support of the International Society for the
Research on Cultural Heritage Law and Art Law. Riga, Latvia, 29 June 2015.
Research seminar (fr. atelier de recherche) “Intangible Cultural Heritage: Towards a Universal Language of Law?” (fr. Patrimoine
culturel immatériel : vers le langage universel du droit ?). In cooperation with the French National Centre for Scientific Research/
Study Center of the international juridical cooperation (CECOJI-CNRS). Paris, France, 4 November 2014. Participation at the
committee of organisers.
Panel “Law / Osmosis 2014”. Metamind 2014. The Order in Destruction and the Chaos of Order. Freedom. Riga, Latvia, 25–28
September 2014. Panel organisation and chairing, participation at the committee of organisers.
Panel “Conceptual circulation of intangible cultural heritage in national policies and laws” (P47). Circulation. 11th Congress of the
International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (Société Internationale d'Ethnologie et de Folklore, SIEF). Tartu, Estonia, 30 June
– 4 July 2013. Panel organizers – Anita Vaivade and Christian Hottin.
Les missions du musée dans la sauvegarde du patrimoine culturel immatériel. International Scientific Conference. Paris, France, 24
June 2009. Organisers: French National Centre for Scientific Research/ Study Center of the international juridical cooperation in
cooperation with Paris XI University and the Museum of Quai Branly. Participation at the committee of organisers.
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PROJECTS
Research cooperation project „Establishment of a research network on the law of intangible cultural heritage” (Création d’un réseau
de réflexion sur le droit du patrimoine culturel immatériel). Project implementers: Scientific Research Centre of the Latvian
Academy of Culture and CECOJI-CNRS. Financial assistance from the Latvia-France scientific cooperation program Osmosis 2014.
Project undertaken in March 2014.
Study on preventing and fighting illicit trafficking in cultural goods in the European Union by the CECOJI-CNRS – UMR 6224.
Contract No. Home/2009/ISEC/PR/019-A2. Final Report – October 2011. Research launched by the Directorate-General for Home
Affairs of the European Commission. Paris, France, March–September 2011. Research published at http://ec.europa.eu/homeaffairs/doc_centre/crime/crime_prevention_en.htm. Paris, France, 2011.
VISITING LECTURES
Visiting lecture Museums and Collections: Recent Developments in International Law. University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway, 5
March 2014.
Visiting lectures on intangible cultural heritage. National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilisations (Institut National des
Langues et Civilisations Orientales, INALCO). Paris, France, 19–21 November 2012.
MEMBERSHIP IN RESEARCH ORGANIZATIONS AND BOARDS
International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (Société Internationale d'Ethnologie et de Folklore, SIEF, http://www.siefhome.org/),
working group Cultural Heritage and Property, Board member.
International Association for Research on Cultural Heritage Law and Art Law (fr. Société internationale pour la recherche sur le droit du
patrimoine culturel et le droit de l'art), Administrative Board (fr. Conseil d’administration) member.
Journal of Legal Philosophy „Thèmes“ (www.philosophiedudroit.org, fr. Bibliothèque de philosophie comparée), Scientific Board (fr.
Comité scientifique) member.
Association of Critical Heritage Studies, ACHS (http://criticalheritagestudies.org/).
Network of Researchers on Heritagisations (Réseau des chercheurs sur les patrimonialisations, http://respatrimoni.wordpress.com/).
EXPERTISE
Head of Latvian Delegation at the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the
Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, Member of the Subsidiary Body for the
evaluation in 2014 of nominations for inscription on the Representative List of the Intangible
Cultural Heritage of Humanity
Expert at the Council of Traditional Culture, Culture Capital Foundation of Latvia
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2013–2014
2012–2014
PARTICIPATION AT INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES
Head of Latvian Delegation. Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. 9th Session.
Paris, France, 24–28 November 2014. Latvia is a Committee Member from 2012 to 2016.
Meeting of the Subsidiary Body for the evaluation in 2014 of nominations for inscription on the Representative List of the Intangible
Cultural Heritage of Humanity. UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage,
preparation of the 9th session. Paris, France, 1–5 September 2014.
Vaivade, Anita. Prospects for Regional Cooperation on Intangible Cultural Heritage. The 23rd Baltic Sea Parliamentary Conference
“Baltic Sea: Quest for Harmony”. Olsztyn, Poland, 24-26 August 2014.
Joint Meeting of the Subsidiary Body and Consultative Body for the 2014 cycle. UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the
Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, preparation of the 9th session. Paris, France, 27, 28 March 2014.
Head of Latvian Delegation. Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. 8th Session.
Baku, Azerbaijan, 2–7 December 2013. Latvia is a Committee Member from 2012 to 2016.
3rd International Conference of Experts on the Return of Cultural Property. Athens and Ancient, Greece. 23–26 October 2013.
7th Working Meeting on the Illicit Trafficking in Cultural Property Stolen in Central and Eastern Europe. INTERPOL Conference.
Jūrmala, Latvia, 8–10 October 2013.
The Changing Coastal and Maritime Culture. 5th Baltic Sea Region Cultural Heritage Forum. Tallinn, Estonia, 18–20 September
2013.
UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions. Conference of Parties. 3rd Session.
Paris, France, June 2011.
Culture – Memory – Identities. 4th International Conference of the UNESCO Programme Memory of the World. Warsaw, Poland,
May 2011.
The role of NGOs in implementation of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. International
Seminar. Tallinn, Estonia, September 2010.
Nordic–Baltic Workshop: World Heritage, Tourism & Development. International Seminar. Visby, Sweden, October 2010.
UNESCO World Heritage Committee. 32nd Session. Quebec, Canada, July 2008.
UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. 2nd Extraordinary Session. Sofia,
Bulgaria, February 2008.
UNESCO General Conference. 34th Session. Paris, France, October 2007.
World Heritage Committee. 31st Session. Christchurch, New Zealand, June 2007.
UNESCO Convention on the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. Conference of States Parties. General Assembly. 1st
Session. Paris, France, June 2006.
The Role of Youth in Preserving the Cultural Heritage. International Seminar. Edirne, Turkey, October 2005.
Transmitting Intangible Cultural Heritage: Youth, Education and Development. International Forum. Riga, Latvia, July 2005.
International Youth Seminars in Hungary, Belgium, Finland, Lithuania, France. 2000–2004.
INTERESTS
Choir singing – youth choir Tiāde, 1996–2006, Latvian Bank Choir, since 2011
Ice-skating marathon Vikingarännet, tatting / lacemaking
September 2015
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