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IEVA GARDA-ROZENBERGA


Curriculum vitae



Education

2005-2012 University of Latvia, Doctoral Study Programme in Philology, obtained a PhD degree in folkloristics

2003-2005 University of Latvia, Faculty of Philology, Master’s Study Program in Baltic Philology, obtained a MA degree in philology

2002-2003 University of Latvia, Faculty of Philology, Second Level Professional Study Program “Teacher of the Latvian Language and Literature in Secondary Schools”, obtained a qualification of teacher of the Latvian language and literature in secondary schools

1998-2002 University of Latvia, Faculty of Philology, BA Study Program in Baltic Philology, obtained a BA degree in philology
Further

2010-2011 University of Latvia, Doctoral School of Letonika (Latvian Studies) and Intercultural Studies

2007 (3 months) Visiting scholar at Indiana University Bloomington, Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, US


Academic qualification


PhD


Appointments

2006- Researcher at the University of Latvia agency “Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Latvia”

2005-2008 Secretary of the Doctoral Committee of Linguistics and the Doctoral Study Programme in Linguistics, University of Latvia

2004-2006 Secretary of the Department and Studies of the Baltic Philology, Faculty of Humanities, University of Latvia


2002-2006 Senior Assistant at the University of Latvia agency “Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Latvia


Publications, 2006-2012


  1. Edited books

  1. Oral History: Migration and Local Identities. Ed. by Ieva Garda-Rozenberga and Mara Zirnite. Riga: National Oral History, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Latvia, 2011, P. 253.




    1. Chapters in books

  1. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Migration and the Totalitarian Regime: Discourse of the Soviet Totalitarian System in Life-Stories of Latvians in Sweden. In: Oral History: Migration and Local Identities. Ed. by Ieva Garda-Rozenberga and Mara Zirnite. Riga: National Oral History, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Latvia, 2011, pp. 213-221.

  2. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. The road to Sweden: sagas of migration. In: We did not go to Sweden to become Swedes. Oral History Research. Life Stories of Latvians in Sweden. Ed. by Baiba Bela. Riga: Zinātne, 2010, pp. 81-97. (In Latvian)



  1. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Experience stories of Latvians in Sweden about first years in exile: is it folklore? In: 2nd Congress of Latvian Studies (Letonika). National Oral History. Religious Ideas in Latvia. Ed. by B. Bela, M. Zirnīte and A. Podmazovs. Rīga: LU Filozofijas un socioloģijas institūts, 2008, pp. 55-71. (In Latvian)
  2. Garda, Ieva (co-author: Baiba Bela). The Link between Real-Life Experiences and the Latvian Literary Ballad. In: Singing the Nations: Herder’s Legacy. Eds. Dace Bula and Sigrid Rieuwerts. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2008, pp. 309.-316.


  3. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Modern oral tradition: personal experience stories). In: Varkava district. Traditional Culture and Nowadays. Ed. by J. Kursīte and J. Stauga. Rīga: Madris, 2008, pp. 140-145. (In Latvian)

  4. Garda, Ieva. Discourse of Soviet Totalitarian System in Life-stories of Latvians in Sweden. In: Culture and Power. Articles on Language, Literature, Traditional Culture. Ed. by J. Kursīte and J. Stauga. Rīga: LU Akadēmiskais apgāds, 2007, pp. 74-82. (In Latvian)

  5. Garda, Ieva. Text and Context in Stories of Personal Experience. In: Life Stories: History, Culture, Society. Ed. by. M. Zirnīte. Rīga: Latvijas Universitātes Filozofijas un socioloģijas institūts, 2007, pp. 177-185. (In Latvian)




  1. Articles in journals and conference proceedings

  1. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. „Wait, I had to show, I am showing now”: Andrejs Knipens’ verbal performance in Alsunga. Letonica. Journal of Humanities. 2012, Vol. 22, pp. 41.-51. (In Latvian)

  2. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Personal Narratives in Alsunga’s District in the 21th Century: Source of Research of Regional Identity. In: Current Problems in Science of Literature. Liepāja: LiepU, 2012, pp. 76-85. (In Latvian)

  3. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Personal Narrative Tellers in Alsunga district in the 21st century. Letonica
    . Journal of Humanities. 2011, Vol. 21, pp. 49.-64. (In Latvian)
  4. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Life story and Folklore: Text, Context and Interpretation. Letonica. Journal of Humanities. 2010, Vol. 20, pp. 5.-15. (In Latvian)


  5. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Stories of personal experience in folkloristics of 20th century: genre and evolution. In: Current Problems in Science of Literature. Liepāja: LiePa, 2009, pp. 209-216. (In Latvian)

  6. Garda, Ieva. Everyday stories in the light of modern Latvian folklore. In: Current Problems in Science of Literature. Liepāja: LiePa, 2007, pp. 274.-282. (In Latvian)

  7. Garda, Ieva. Stories of personal experience in aspect of modern folklore: case of Alsunga. Letonica. Journal of Humanities, 2006, Vol. 14, pp. 58-76. (In Latvian)

  8. Garda, Ieva. Otherness in a Story of a Family. Littera scripta: Collected Articles of Department of Slavonic Studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Latvia. Rīga: Latvijas Universitāte, 2006, Nr. 5, pp. 7-10. (In Latvian)




  1. Other

  1. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Personiskie stāstījumi Alsungas novadā 21. gadsimtā. Promocijas darba kopsavilkums / Personal Narratives in Alsunga District in the 21st century. Summary of the Dissertation / Persönliche Erzählungen im Bezirk Alsunga im 21. Jahrhundert. Kurzfassung der Promotionsarbeit. Rīga : Latvijas Universitāte, 2011, P. 82.




Conference papers, 2006-2012


(a) International conferences and congresses


  1. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva (co-author: Maija Krūmiņa). Biographical interviews with people orphaned during young adulthood: a researcher's personal and emotional involvement. At European Sociological Association conference Biographical Research: emotion, ethics & performative praxis, Lodz, Poland, 2012;

  2. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva (co-author: Maija Krūmiņa). Biographical interviews with late orphans. At international conference Youth in Latvia, Europe, Globe: Opportunities and Risks, Riga, Latvia, 2012;

  3. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Life Story and Dialectics of Folklore Genre. At international conference Oral History: Dialog with Society, Riga, Latvia, 2012;

  4. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva (co-author: Maija Krūmiņa). Sense of National Identity of the Young Adults in Latvia after regaining Independence. At international conference National Identity: Integrity and Diversity in the Contemporary Europe, Riga, Latvia 2011;

  5. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Person, Place and Identity: Life Stories from Alsunga. At 9th Baltic Conference in Europe Transitions, Visions and Beyond, Stockholm, Sweden, 2011;

  6. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Oral History and Folklore: Genre, Performance and Intertextuality. At international conference Oral history and Fieldwork – The (Re)use and Interpretation of Research Materials, Helsinki, Finland, 2010;
  7. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Migration and the Totalitarian Regime: Discourse of the Soviet Totalitarian System in Life-stories of Latvians in Sweden. At international conference Oral History: Migration and Local Identities, Riga, Latvia, 2008;


  8. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Biographical Approach to the Oral History and Research of Folklore Narratives. At international symposium Memory and Narration, Helsinki, Finland, 2006;

  9. Garda, Ieva. Personal Experience Stories about Adaptation in Exile. At international conference Migration and oral history, Hamar, Norway, 2006.


(b) Local conferences and congresses

  1. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Life story and dialogue of culture. At 18th international conference of University of Liepaja Current Problems in Science of Literature, Liepaja, Latvia, 2012;

  2. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva (co-author: Maija Krūmiņa). Youth and sense of national identity in Latvia after regaining Independence. At 70th Annual scientific conference of University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia, 2012;

  3. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Dimensions of national identity in life stories of tellers in Alsunga’s district. At Joint 3rd World Congress of Latvian Scientists and the 4th Congress of Latvian Studies “Science, society and National Identity”, Riga, Latvia, 2011;

  4. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Wait, I had to show, I am showing now: Andrejs Knipens’ verbal performance in Alsunga. At scientific conference of Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art, University of Latvia Searching and Finds, Riga, Latvia, 2011;
  5. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Oral history research in Alsunga’s district: identity narratives. At 17th international conference of University of Liepaja Current Problems in Science of Literature, Liepaja, Latvia, 2011;


  6. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Personal narrative teller. At K. Baron’s conference Personality in folklore and folkloristics, Riga, Latvia, 2010;

  7. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Personal narratives: research opportunities and challenges. At 68th Annual scientific conference of University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia, 2010;

  8. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Life story and folkore: text, context and interpretation. At K. Baron’s conference Narrative folklore: texts, processes and traditions; researchers, narrators and listeners. Riga, Latvia, 2009;

  9. Garda-Rozenberga, Ieva. Stories of personal experience in folkloristics of 20th century: genre and evolution. At 14th international conference of University of Liepaja Current Problems in Science of Literature, Liepaja, Latvia, 2008;

  10. Garda, Ieva. Modern oral tradition: personal experience stories. At 13th international conference of University of Liepaja Current Problems in Science of Literature, Liepaja, Latvia, 2007;

  11. Garda, Ieva. Narrator, narrative and narration. At 65th Annual scientific conference of University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia, 2007;

  12. Garda, Ieva. Everyday stories in the light of modern Latvian folklore. At 12th international conference of University of Liepaja Current Problems in Science of Literature, Liepaja, Latvia, 2006;

Research and Field Works



(a) Research grants:

  1. Executor in European Regional Development Fund project No. 2010/0195/2DP/2.1.1.2.0./10/APIA/VIAA/008 „The development of Capacity and Promotion of International Cooperation of Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Latvia”, 3. Activity (2011.09-2012.03);

  2. Researcher in Latvian Council of Science Fund No. 09.1531 “Formation of consciousness of national identity after the re-establishing of independence in Latvia: tendencies and factors”, 2010-2013;

  3. Researcher in National Research Programme „National Identity (language, Latvian history, culture and human security)”, Project no. 3, 2010-2014;

  4. Executor in Nordplus Framework Programme “Education through Oral History Fieldwork”, 2009-2012.

  5. Researcher in National Research Programme “Letonika” (Latvian Studies): studies of history, language and culture, project no. 1.13. Collective and individual identity in life stories, 2005-2008, 2009;

  6. Researcher in Latvian Council of Science Fund No. 05.1922 ““National Oral History: Resource in Analysis of Cultural, Social and Identity Issues”, 2005-2008
  7. Executor in Nordic Council Collaboration project “Personal and cross-cultural identities in every-days life stories – Development of research and presentation methods”, 2005-2007;


  8. Executor in Latvian Council of Science Fund No. 01. 0751 “National Oral History: Identity and Integration”, 2002-2005.


(b) Field works:

In Latvia:

In Turlava’s district (2006, 2007), in Varkava’s district (2004, 2005), in Alsunga’s district (2002, 2003), in Sunakste’s district (2000);



Outside of Latvia:

In Sweden „Looking for Curonians” (2007), „Changing Identities: Latvians in Sweden” (2007), in Poland „Looking for Prussians” (2005), in Lithuania „Looking for Curonians” (2004).




8. Other experience




  1. Member of Latvian Oral History researchers association Life Story since 2002;

  2. Member of American Folklore Society since 2007;

  3. Member of Conference Organizational Committee Oral History: Dialog with Society, Riga, March 29-30, 2012, University of Latvia;

  4. Member of Conference Organizational Committee Oral History: Migration and Local Identities, Riga, June 27-29, 2008, University of Latvia;








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