Elo Lutsepp

Curriculum vitae

Name Elo Lutsepp
Date/Place of birth 22.11.1959, Jõgeva, Estonia
Citizenship Republic of Estonia
Address Olevi 38a, Tallinn 10145
Telephone: +372 53 444 769
e-mail elo@evm.ee

Education:

2006 – …. University of Tartu, faculty of philosophy, department of history, Ph.D studies
Dissertation „Establishment of new settlements as one possible solution to the social problems of the Republic of Estonia in the 1930s.”
2003–2006 Estonian Academy of Arts, Institute of Art History, M.A.
Dissertation „New settlements – the intersections of social policy and architecture in the 1930s“
1984–1990 University of Tartu, general history, art history
1978–1984 Tallinn Pedagogical Institute, cultural education (choral conductor)
1977 Jõgeva Secondary School

Languages: fluent in Russian and English

Employment history:

2010– … Central Baltic INTERREG IV Programme 2007–2013, project „Healthy and Energy-efficient Living in Traditional Rural Houses” (HELTH), project manager of the lead partner
2007– … Estonian Open Air Museum, development plan of the Estonian Ministry of Culture „Rural Architecture and Rural Landscape. Study and Maintenance“, project manager
2003–2007 Estonian Academy of Arts, publisher
2001–2002 Meediakontor LLC, Sild Publishers, manager
1999–2001 Prisma Print Publishers Ltd, director
1997–1999 Estonian Encyclopaedia Publishers, deputy editor in chief, production manager 1992–1997 Estonian Encyclopaedia Publishers, editor of science (art and music)
1989–1992 Vana Tallinn LLC, historian, specialist of architecture
1982–1989 State Projection Institute of Cultural Heritage, technician
1980–1982 Jõgeva Culture Centre, methodizer
1977–1978 Computer Centre of Tallinna Polytechnical Institute, data processing

Publications:

Lutsepp, E. (2010). Suunatud sotsiaalne mobiilsus. Uudismaa-asunike valimine 1930. aastatel Pillapalu ja Lepplaane asunduse näitel. /Induced social mobility. Selection of virgin land settlers in the 1930s by the example of Pillapalu and Lepplaane settlements/. – Suitsutare 5. Valitud artiklid. Selected articles. Tallinn: Eesti Vabaõhumuuseum.

Lutsepp, E. (2009a). Inventorying of barn-dwelling – the most original item in our architectural heritage. – Historical Landscape. Visby: Gotland University.

Lutsepp, E. (2009b). New Settlements on Virgin Lands – Modern Agricultural Landscapes in Estonia of the 1930s. – Historical Landscape. Visby: Gotland University.

Lutsepp, E. (2009c). Eesti 1919. aasta maaseadus. /1919 Land Act in Estonia/. – Preface to the novel „Murrang“ /Break/ by A. Kivikas. Tallinn: Akadeemia.

Lutsepp, E. (2009d). Ilu on vaataja silmades. /Beauty is in the eye of the beholder/. – Sirp 30.04.09

Lutsepp, E. (2008a). New Settlements on Virgin Lands – Modern Agricultural Landscapes in Estonia of the 1930s. http://tercud.ulusofona.pt/PECSRL/Presentations/NEW%20SETTLEMENTS%20ON%20VIRGIN%20LANDS%20%E2%80%93%20MODERN%20AGRICULTURAL.pdf

Lutsepp, E. (2008b). Matsalu kaluriasunduse rajamine aastatel 1929–1935. /Establishment of Matsalu fishing settlement in 1929–1935/. – Läänemaa Muuseumi Toimetised, 11/2008.

Lutsepp, E. (2008c). Meie talutraditsionalism. Eesti maa-arhitektuur aastatel 1920.–30. /Our rural traditionalism. Estonian rural architecture in 1920–30/. – Sirp 21.02.08.

Lutsepp, E. (2007a). Riiklikku põllumajandus- ja sotsiaalpoliitikat elluviinud Asundusameti tegevus aastatel 1929–1941. /On the activities of the Settlement Board in accomplishing the state agricultural and social policy in 1929–1941/. – Ajalooline Ajakiri nr. 3/2007.

Lutsepp, E. (2007b). Riigi roll taluarhitektuuri suunamisel aastatel 1928–1942. Materjaliuuendused ja tüüplahendused uusasunduste näitel. /Role of the government in shaping rural architecture in 1928–1942. Innovative materials and standard solutions by the example of new settlements/. – Kunstiteaduslikke Uurimusi 1–2/2007.

Lutsepp, E. (2006). Pätsu moodi kinnisvaraarendus. /Real estate development a la [President] Päts/. – Äripäev, Ehitus, 13.09.2006.

Lutsepp, E. (2004).Lutheri vabrik kui legend. /The Luther Factory as a legend/. – Maja 3/2004.

Books:

Lutsepp, E.[with Tammis, I.] 2010. Eesti tikand./Estonian embroidery/. Tallinn:
Lutsepp, E. [with Tammis, I.] 2009. Eesti mütsid./Estonian caps/. Tallinn:
Lutsepp, E., [with Tammis, I.] 2008. Eesti sokikirjad./Estonian sock patterns/. Tallinn:
Lutsepp, E., [with Tammis, I.] 2007. Eesti kindakirjad./Estonian glove patterns/. Tallinn:

Presentations:

Heritage of New Settlers in Estonia: Preserving Rural Architecture with Russian and Swedish Influences. Paper presented at ICOMOS CIAV seminar “Vernacular Crossing Borders” in Finnskogen (June 2010, Kongsfinger, Norway).

Sutlepa chapel. One of the oldest wooden churches in Estonia or just a replica. Paper presented at the 10th Baltic course on Cultural Heritage, accompanying the international symposium “Archaeology and history of churches in the Baltic region” (June 2010, Visby, Sweden).

Uudisasundused – modernsed põllumajanduslikud maastikud 1930. aastatel. Sotsiaalpoliitika ja arhitektuuri kohtumisi. /New settlements – modern agricultural landscapes in the 1930s. The intersections of social policy and architecture/. Paper presented at the conference of the restoration department of Estonian Academy of Arts (May 28, 2009, Võru, Estonia).

Settlements on virgin lands beside Tallinn – Õismäe and Mustamäe. Rural architecture combined with urban elements. Paper presented at the 9th Baltic course on Cultural Heritage „Suburbs and outskirts – interest of cultural and nature heritage?“ (June 2009; Visby, Sweden).

Lutsepp, E. 2009. Tallinna lähistele rajatud uudismaa-asundused Õismäe ja Mustamäe. Linnasugemetega maa-arhitektuur. /Settlements on virgin lands beside Tallinn – Õismäe and Mustamäe. Rural architecture combined with urban elements./ Paper presented at a conference at the Estonian Open Air Museum (November 2009, Tallinn).

New Settlements on Virgin Lands – Modern Agricultural Landscapes in Estonia of the 1930s. Paper presented at the Permanent European Conference for the Study of the Rural Landscape „Landscapes, Identities And Development“ (2008, Lisbon, Portugal)

Rural Heritage, Local Participation, Heritage Management in Lahemaa National Park, Estonia – combining heritage management with nature conservation. [with Hannes Palang (prsenter), Anu Printsmann ja Marju Kõivupuu]. Paper presented at the symposium “Protecting and development of the Dutch archaeological-historical landscape: the European dimension” (May 20–23, 2008, Lunteren, Holland)

Inventorying of barn-dwelling – the most original item in our architectural heritage. Paper presented at the 8th Baltic course on Cultural Heritage „Activities to strengthen historical landscape identity among people with focus on nature and cultural conservation“ (June 2008, Visby, Sweden)

New Settlements on Virgin Lands – Modern Agricultural Landscapes in Estonia of the 1930s. Paper presented at the 8th Baltic Course on Cultural Heritage „Activities to strengthen historical landscape identity among people with focus on nature and cultural conservation“
(September 2008, Palmse, Estonia).

Maa-arhitektuuri ja -maastike uurimisest ning hoidmisest. /On the study and maintenance of rural architecture and rural landscapes/. Paper presented at the conference of Estonian Heritage Society (September 18–19, 2007, Tartu, Estonia).

Other professional and organisational activities:

[With partners] compiled applications for two acclaimed projects of Central Baltic INTERREG IV A Programme 2007–2013 (2009, 2010):
1) „Healthy and Energy-efficient Living in Traditional Rural Houses” (HELTH);
2) „Fungi and Beetles in Buildings on Islands of the Baltic Sea“ (FaBBi).

* Editor of the following publications:
– M. Kalm. Eesti 20. sajandi arhitektuur. /Estonian Architecture of the 20th century/. Tallinn: Prismaprint 2000, Sild 2001.
– Eesti kunsti ajalugu 2: 1520–1770. /History of Estonian Art/. Tallinn: Kultuurileht, Eesti Kunstiakadeemia. 2005.
– Eesti kunsti ajalugu 5: 1900–1940. /History of Estonian Art/. Tallinn: Kultuurileht, Eesti Kunstiakadeemia. 2010.
– Eesti pargid 1. /Estonian Parks/. Tallinn: Varrak. 2007.

* Organiser of the students’ scientific conference „New Life of an Old Village“ in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010.
* Member of the Estonian Society of Art Historians since 2008.

Specialized self-improvement:

10th Baltic Course on Cultural Heritage: “Archaeology and history of churches in the Baltic region” (June 2010, Visby, Sweden).

9th Baltic Course on Cultural Heritage: „Suburbs and outskirts – interest of cultural and nature heritage?“ (June 2009, Visby, Sweden).

8th Baltic Course on Cultural Heritage: „Activities to strengthen historical landscape identity among people with focus on nature and cultural conservation“ (June 2008, Visby, Sweden; September 2008, Palmse, Estonia).

November 28, 2010