13.10.1986
+37258205635
anastasiya.astapova@ut.ee

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.06.2018–...   
Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, kultuuriteaduste instituut, folkloristika teadur (0,80)
01.04.2017–31.03.2022   
Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, kultuuriteaduste instituut, projektijuht (0,20)
01.10.2016–...   
Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, kultuuriteaduste instituut, folkloristika teadur (0,80)
01.02.2018–31.05.2018   
Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, kultuuriteaduste instituut, folkloristika teadur (0,60)
01.09.2017–31.08.2018   
Uppsala Ülikool, Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies, postdoc (1,00)
01.09.2016–30.09.2016   
Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, kultuuriteaduste instituut, folkloristika teadur (1,00)
01.01.2016–31.08.2016   
Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore, folkloristika nooremteadur (0,80)
16.12.2015–31.12.2015   
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Kultuuriteaduste ja kunstide instituut, folkloristika nooremteadur (0,80)
01.01.2013–31.12.2014   
Ohio Riiklik Ülikool, Rahvaluule uuringute keskus, külalisteadur
05.10.2010–05.07.2011   
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Kultuuriteaduste ja kunstide instituut, Eesti ja võrdleva rahvaluule osakond, Külalisdoktorant (1,00)
05.10.2010–05.07.2011   
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Kultuuriteaduste ja kunstide instituut, Eesti ja võrdleva rahvaluule osakond, Külalisdoktorant (1,00)
01.01.2007–31.12.2010   
Doktorant, vene kirjandus, Peterburi, Vene Riiklik Pedagoogiline Ülikool
 
 
Haridustee
01.09.2017–31.08.2018   
Uppsala Ülikool, järeldoktorantuur
2011–2015   
PhD, University of Tartu
2007–2016   
PhD, Institute of Russian Literature, Russian Academy of Sciences
2001–2007   
MA vene keel, kirjandus ja inglise keel, Vitebski Riiklik Ülikool
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2017−...   
Kultuuriteaduste ja kunstide doktorikooli projektijuht
2017−...   
Eesti Noorte Teaduste Akadeemia liige
2016−...   
Erasmus koordinaator, Eesti ja võrdleva rahvaluule osakond
2015−...   
COST ACTION 15101 Vandenõuteooriate võrdlev analüüs, juhtkomitee liige

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teaduspreemiad ja tunnustused
2019, Anastasiya Astapova, Basic Funding University of Tartu Grant
2018, Anastasiya Astapova, Grant for the support of authored course "Political Folklore and Nationalism" issued at the Graduate School of History, Literature and Cultural Research competition of interdisciplinary courses module
2018, Anastasiya Astapova, Eesti Noorte Teaduste Akadeemia liige
2017, Anastasiya Astapova, Visby Scholarship for post-doctoral research, Swedish Institute
2016, Anastasiya Astapova, Basic funding Tartu University grant
2016, Anastasiya Astapova, Short-list of 2016 Award for the best academic publication in Belarusian Studies
2015, Anastasiya Astapova, American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, special guest scholarship
2014, Anastasiya Astapova, Western Folklore States Society student stipend
2013, Anastasiya Astapova, Two DoRa stipend for semester abroad in Ohio State University
2013, Anastasiya Astapova, Multiple Dora stipends for conference participation
2012, Anastasiya Astapova, Student award for the best presentation at International Summer School for Humour and Laughter: Research, Theory and Applications
2011, Anastasiya Astapova, DoRa stipend for full-time PhD in the University of Tartu
2010, Anastasiya Astapova, DoRa stipend for visiting PhD fellowship in the University of Tartu
 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
ETIS KLASSIFIKAATOR: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.4. Kultuuriuuringud; CERCS KLASSIFIKAATOR: H400 Folkloristika
 
 
Lisainfo
PEER-REVIEWS FOR JOURNALS:

Ethnologies
European Journal of Humor Research
Folklore (Electronic Journal of)
Humor: International Journal for Humor Research
Journal of Baltic Studies
Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics
Language and Communication
RECENT INVITED TALKS:

Fake News in Eastern Europe. Belgrade University, Faculty of Philology, 2019.
10 Typical Mistakes of Russian-speaking Scholar in English publications. Moscow State University for the Humanities, The Center of Typology and Semiotics of Folklore, 2019.
Conspiracy Theories and Populism, research seminar, The Society of International Relations, University of Tartu, 2019.
Политические метаанекдоты и страх: примеры из современной Беларуси [Political metajokes and fears: the examples from contemporary Belarus], Lotman research seminar, University of Tartu, 2019, in Russian.
Conspiracy Theories about Nordic Countries in Eastern Europe: Migration and Gender-Related Plots, research seminar, Department of Social Anthopology, Stockholm University, 2019.
Poliitiline Folkloor, migratsioon ja lõimumine [Political Folklore, Migration, and Integration]. Estonian Academy of Sciences, 2019, in Estonian.
Nanomeeting in Contemporary Russia. Artes Liberales Institute, University of Warsaw, 2018.
Self-labelling: Metaphors of Exclusion among Russophone Refugees in Estonia, Centre for Baltic and East European Studies, Södertorn University, Sweden, 2018.
Risky Business? Political Jokes in Contemporary Belarus. Department of Culture and Media Studies, Umeå University, Sweden, 2018.
Veyshnoria: A Fake Country as an Alternative to Actual Belarus. Institute of Russian and Eurasian Studies, Uppsala University, 2018.
In Search of Truth: Surveillance Rumors and a Vernacular Panopticon in the Non-Democratic State. Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, 2017.
Анекдоты и страх [Joking about the fear (of joking)]. Russian and East European Institute, Indiana University, 2017.
Ferroconcrete Cases, Sausage Migrants, and Santa Barbara: Self-reflexive Metaphors among Russian-speaking Refugees and Asylum-Seekers in Estonia. Russian and East European Institute, Indiana University, 2017.
Round table contributor: Lesson from Trump? Turin University, 2017.
Invited speaker and discussant at the conference: Between Truth and Power. The Role of Authors in Building and Changing Europe, National Library of Latvia, 2015.
Потемкинские деревни в современной России и Беларуси [Potemkin villages in contemporary Belarus and Russia]. European University in Saint-Petersburg, 2015.
The Contested Biographies of Political Leaders: The Case of Alexander Lukashenko in Belarus. Center for Folklore Studies / Mershon Center, Ohio State University, 2013.
Seminar: Современные студенческие анекдоты [“Contemporary student jokes”], Russian State University for Humanities, 2012.
Seminar: (with Alexander Panchenko) «Куда вы, шлюхи»: герои современных анекдотов и миграция фольклорных сюжетов [“Where are you heading, whores?”: Characters of contemporary jokes and migration of folklore plots]. Russian Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg, 2012.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS IN 2019:

In Pursuit of Nationhood: The Search for Lost Manuscripts in Post-Soviet Countries, Research seminar “Conspiracy Theories in Eastern Europe and Beyond”, April.

Estonian-Russian language clubs as a means of grassroots language integration, SIEF (International Society for Ethnology and Folklore) conference "Track Changes: Reflecting on a Transforming World", Santiago de Compostela, April.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS IN 2018:

Estonian-Russian Clubs as a Venue for Informal Integration. “On the Move: Migration and Diaspora”, Estonian Literature Museum, December.
“Sausagers”: The Transformations of the Migration Metaphor in the Post-Soviet Space. Borders and Dialogues Workshop, University of Tartu, November.
Conspiracy Theories about Nordic Countries. Comparative Analysis of Conspiracy Theories Project Meeting, Inter-University Center Dubrovnik, October.
(with Vasil Navumau) Veyshnoria: A Fake Country in the Midst of Real Information Warfare. 34th Nordic Ethnology and Folklore Conference, Uppsala University, June.
Joking About (the Fear of) Joking in a Non-Democratic Regime. International Humour Studies Conference, Tallinn University, June.
Conspiracy Theory Conduit: From Rumor to Humor, Comparative Analysis of Conspiracy Theories Project Meeting, Bilderberg, May.

TEACHING ABROAD:

May 2019, Belgrade University, Faculty for the Humanities
April 2019, Moscow State University for the Humanities, Center for Semiotics and Folklore Studies
October 2017, Indiana University, Department of Central Eurasian Studies, Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology
May 2017, Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Truman Institute
March 2016, Belgrade University, Department of Philology
April 2015, Charles University in Prague, Department of Ethnology

COURSES TAUGHT IN THE UNIVERSITY OF TARTU:

Vernacular Expressions and Analytic Categories (2019, 6ECTS)
Theoretical Conceptualizations of Folklore and Cultural Heritage (2018, 12 ECTS)
Methods of Data Collection and Analysis (2018, 12 ECTS)
Migration and Refugees (2017, 3 ECTS)
Political Folklore and Nationalism, University of Tartu (2018, 2016, 6 ECTS)
International Folkloristics, University of Tartu (2015, 6 ECTS)


CONFERENCE ORGANIZING:

9th Winter School (Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts) Troubling Gender: Theory and Method, University of Tartu, 2020.
Organizer of biannual writing retreat for PhD students of Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Tartu.
Research seminar "Conspiracy Theories in Eastern Europe and Beyond", University of Tartu, 2019.
7th Winter School Fact and Method: Data, Borders and Interpretation. University of Tartu, 2018.
Folklorists are Fallible, University of Tartu, 2017.
3-7th International Conferences of Young Folklorists in Narva (2017), Vilnius (2016), Viljandi (2015), Tartu (2013).
Genres of Belief from Folkloristic Perspective: An International Symposium and Workshop in Assam and Meghalaya, India, 2013.

PUBLIC OUTREACH:

Interview on jokes and ethnic integration, Vikerraadio, Labor radio show, 2019 https://arhiiv.err.ee/vaata/labor-uued-noored-akadeemikud.
Minu Eesti keel. Emakeelepäeva konverents, 2018 https://www.uttv.ee/naita?id=26853.
Interview on political jokes, Novychas.by, 2018, https://novychas.by/kultura/u-izraili-smjajucca-z-anekdotau-pra-lukaszenku.
Interview on Belarusian political humor. Baj.by, 2018.
Migration and Refugees. Lecture in Tartu University for Elderly People, 2017.
Interview on refugees in Estonia. ETV+, 2017.
Myths on refugees in Estonia. Refugee Facts and Trends in the World and Estonia. Tartu, 2017, pp. 8-11.
Interview on political jokes. Idea.by 2016.
Interview on urban legends, Tallinn TV 2016.
Researcher’s 100 seconds, Novaator, Estonian TV, 2015 https://novaator.err.ee/256933/100-sekundi-video-mitut-keelt-raagib-lukasenka.
Interview on jokes. Raadio 4, Estonia, 2011.

Publikatsioonid

Klass
Aasta
Publikatsioon
 
2.1.
2020
1.1.
2019
1.1.
2018
2.1.
2018
5.2.
2018
5.2.
2018
5.2.
2018
5.2.
2018
1.1.
2017
1.1.
2017
1.2.
2017
3.1.
2017
3.2.
2017
6.9.
2017
6.9.
2017
1.1.
2016
1.1.
2016
2.3.
2016
3.2.
2016
1.1.
2015
1.2.
2015
2.3.
2015
4.2.
2015
5.2.
2015
5.2.
2015
6.8.
2015
6.9.
2015
1.2.
2014
3.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
6.9.
2014
1.1.
2013
1.1.
2013
1.2.
2013
3.2.
2013
3.2.
2013
3.4.
2013
3.4.
2013
3.5.
2013
4.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
1.2.
2012
1.2.
2012
1.2.
2012
3.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
3.5.
2011
3.5.
2011
5.2.
2011
5.2.
2011
5.2.
2011
5.2.
2011
5.2.
2007
13.08.2019
13.10.1986
+37258205635
anastasiya.astapova@ut.ee

Career

Institutions and positions
01.06.2018–...   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of Cultural Research, Research Fellow in Folkloristics (0,80)
01.04.2017–31.03.2022   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of Cultural Research, Project Manager (0,20)
01.10.2016–...   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of Cultural Research, Research Fellow in Folkloristics (0,80)
01.02.2018–31.05.2018   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of Cultural Research, Research Fellow in Folkloristics (0,60)
01.09.2017–31.08.2018   
Uppsala University, Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies, postdoc (1,00)
01.09.2016–30.09.2016   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of Cultural Research, Research Fellow in Folkloristics (1,00)
01.01.2016–31.08.2016   
Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore, Junior Research Fellow in Folkloristics (0,80)
16.12.2015–31.12.2015   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Culture Studies and Arts, Junior Research Fellow (0,80)
01.01.2013–31.12.2014   
Ohio State University, Center for Folklore Studies, visiting scholar
05.10.2010–05.07.2011   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Culture Studies and Arts, Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore, Visiting student (1,00)
05.10.2010–05.07.2011   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Culture Studies and Arts, Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore, Visiting student (1,00)
01.01.2007–31.12.2010   
PhD student of Russian Literature Department, Saint-Petersburg, Russian State Pedagogical University
 
 
Education
01.09.2017–31.08.2018   
Uppsala University, Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies, postdoc
2011–2015   
PhD, University of Tartu
2007–2016   
PhD, Institute of Russian Literature, Russian Academy of Sciences
2001–2007   
M. A. Russian Language, Literature and English Language, Vitebsk State University
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2017−...   
Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts, project manager
2017−...   
Estonian Youth Academy of Sciences member
2016−...   
Erasmus coordinator, Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore, University of Tartu
2015−...   
COST ACTION 15101 Conspiracy theory comparative analysis

Qualifications

 
 
Honours & awards
2019, Anastasiya Astapova, Basic Funding University of Tartu Grant
2018, Anastasiya Astapova, Grant for the support of authored course "Political Folklore and Nationalism" issued at the Graduate School of History, Literature and Cultural Research competition of interdisciplinary courses module
2018, Anastasiya Astapova, An elected member of the Estonian Young Academy of Sciences
2017, Anastasiya Astapova, Visby Scholarship for post-doctoral research, Swedish Institute
2016, Anastasiya Astapova, Basic funding Tartu University grant
2016, Anastasiya Astapova, Short-list of 2016 Award for the best academic publication in Belarusian Studies
2015, Anastasiya Astapova, American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, special guest scholarship
2014, Anastasiya Astapova, Western Folklore States Society student stipend
2013, Anastasiya Astapova, Two DoRa stipend for semester abroad in Ohio State University
2013, Anastasiya Astapova, Multiple Dora stipends for conference participation
2012, Anastasiya Astapova, Student award for the best presentation at International Summer School for Humour and Laughter: Research, Theory and Applications
2011, Anastasiya Astapova, DoRa stipend for full-time PhD in the University of Tartu
2010, Anastasiya Astapova, DoRa stipend for visiting PhD fellowship in the University of Tartu
 
 
Fields of research
ETIS CLASSIFICATION: 2. Culture and Society; 2.4. Cultures Research; CERCS CLASSIFICATION: H400 Folklore
 
 
Additional information
PEER-REVIEWS FOR JOURNALS:

Ethnologies
European Journal of Humor Research
Folklore (Electronic Journal of)
Humor: International Journal for Humor Research
Journal of Baltic Studies
Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics
Language and Communication

RECENT INVITED TALKS:

Fake News in Eastern Europe. Belgrade University, Faculty of Philology, 2019.
10 Typical Mistakes of Russian-speaking Scholar in English publications. Moscow State University for the Humanities, The Center of Typology and Semiotics of Folklore, 2019.
Conspiracy Theories and Populism, research seminar, The Society of International Relations, University of Tartu, 2019.
Политические метаанекдоты и страх: примеры из современной Беларуси [Political metajokes and fears: the examples from contemporary Belarus], Lotman research seminar, University of Tartu, 2019, in Russian.
Conspiracy Theories about Nordic Countries in Eastern Europe: Migration and Gender-Related Plots, research seminar, Department of Social Anthopology, Stockholm University, 2019.
Poliitiline Folkloor, migratsioon ja lõimumine [Political Folklore, Migration, and Integration]. Estonian Academy of Sciences, 2019, in Estonian.
Nanomeeting in Contemporary Russia. Artes Liberales Institute, University of Warsaw, 2018.
Self-labelling: Metaphors of Exclusion among Russophone Refugees in Estonia, Centre for Baltic and East European Studies, Södertorn University, Sweden, 2018.
Risky Business? Political Jokes in Contemporary Belarus. Department of Culture and Media Studies, Umeå University, Sweden, 2018.
Veyshnoria: A Fake Country as an Alternative to Actual Belarus. Institute of Russian and Eurasian Studies, Uppsala University, 2018.
In Search of Truth: Surveillance Rumors and a Vernacular Panopticon in the Non-Democratic State. Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, 2017.
Анекдоты и страх [Joking about the fear (of joking)]. Russian and East European Institute, Indiana University, 2017.
Ferroconcrete Cases, Sausage Migrants, and Santa Barbara: Self-reflexive Metaphors among Russian-speaking Refugees and Asylum-Seekers in Estonia. Russian and East European Institute, Indiana University, 2017.
Round table contributor: Lesson from Trump? Turin University, 2017.
Invited speaker and discussant at the conference: Between Truth and Power. The Role of Authors in Building and Changing Europe, National Library of Latvia, 2015.
Потемкинские деревни в современной России и Беларуси [Potemkin villages in contemporary Belarus and Russia]. European University in Saint-Petersburg, 2015.
The Contested Biographies of Political Leaders: The Case of Alexander Lukashenko in Belarus. Center for Folklore Studies / Mershon Center, Ohio State University, 2013.
Seminar: Современные студенческие анекдоты [“Contemporary student jokes”], Russian State University for Humanities, 2012.
Seminar: (with Alexander Panchenko) «Куда вы, шлюхи»: герои современных анекдотов и миграция фольклорных сюжетов [“Where are you heading, whores?”: Characters of contemporary jokes and migration of folklore plots]. Russian Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg, 2012.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS IN 2019:

In Pursuit of Nationhood: The Search for Lost Manuscripts in Post-Soviet Countries, Research seminar “Conspiracy Theories in Eastern Europe and Beyond”, April.

Estonian-Russian language clubs as a means of grassroots language integration, SIEF (International Society for Ethnology and Folklore) conference "Track Changes: Reflecting on a Transforming World", Santiago de Compostela, April.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS IN 2018:

Estonian-Russian Clubs as a Venue for Informal Integration. “On the Move: Migration and Diaspora”, Estonian Literature Museum, December.
“Sausagers”: The Transformations of the Migration Metaphor in the Post-Soviet Space. Borders and Dialogues Workshop, University of Tartu, November.
Conspiracy Theories about Nordic Countries. Comparative Analysis of Conspiracy Theories Project Meeting, Inter-University Center Dubrovnik, October.
(with Vasil Navumau) Veyshnoria: A Fake Country in the Midst of Real Information Warfare. 34th Nordic Ethnology and Folklore Conference, Uppsala University, June.
Joking About (the Fear of) Joking in a Non-Democratic Regime. International Humour Studies Conference, Tallinn University, June.
Conspiracy Theory Conduit: From Rumor to Humor, Comparative Analysis of Conspiracy Theories Project Meeting, Bilderberg, May.

TEACHING ABROAD:

May 2019, Belgrade University, Faculty for the Humanities
April 2019, Moscow State University for the Humanities, Center for Semiotics and Folklore Studies
October 2017, Indiana University, Department of Central Eurasian Studies, Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology
May 2017, Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Truman Institute
March 2016, Belgrade University, Department of Philology
April 2015, Charles University in Prague, Department of Ethnology

COURSES TAUGHT IN THE UNIVERSITY OF TARTU:

Vernacular Expressions and Analytic Categories (2019, 6ECTS)
Theoretical Conceptualizations of Folklore and Cultural Heritage (2018, 12 ECTS)
Methods of Data Collection and Analysis (2018, 12 ECTS)
Migration and Refugees (2017, 3 ECTS)
Political Folklore and Nationalism, University of Tartu (2018, 2016, 6 ECTS)
International Folkloristics, University of Tartu (2015, 6 ECTS)


CONFERENCE ORGANIZING:

9th Winter School (Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts) Troubling Gender: Theory and Method, University of Tartu, 2020.
Organizer of biannual writing retreat for PhD students of Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Tartu.
Research seminar "Conspiracy Theories in Eastern Europe and Beyond", University of Tartu, 2019.
7th Winter School Fact and Method: Data, Borders and Interpretation. University of Tartu, 2018.
Folklorists are Fallible, University of Tartu, 2017.
3-7th International Conferences of Young Folklorists in Narva (2017), Vilnius (2016), Viljandi (2015), Tartu (2013).
Genres of Belief from Folkloristic Perspective: An International Symposium and Workshop in Assam and Meghalaya, India, 2013.

PUBLIC OUTREACH:

Interview on jokes and ethnic integration, Vikerraadio, Labor radio show, 2019 https://arhiiv.err.ee/vaata/labor-uued-noored-akadeemikud.
Minu Eesti keel. Emakeelepäeva konverents, 2018 https://www.uttv.ee/naita?id=26853.
Interview on political jokes, Novychas.by, 2018, https://novychas.by/kultura/u-izraili-smjajucca-z-anekdotau-pra-lukaszenku.
Interview on Belarusian political humor. Baj.by, 2018.
Migration and Refugees. Lecture in Tartu University for Elderly People, 2017.
Interview on refugees in Estonia. ETV+, 2017.
Myths on refugees in Estonia. Refugee Facts and Trends in the World and Estonia. Tartu, 2017, pp. 8-11.
Interview on political jokes. Idea.by 2016.
Interview on urban legends, Tallinn TV 2016.
Researcher’s 100 seconds, Novaator, Estonian TV, 2015 https://novaator.err.ee/256933/100-sekundi-video-mitut-keelt-raagib-lukasenka.
Interview on jokes. Raadio 4, Estonia, 2011.

Publications

Category
Year
Publication
 
2.1.
2020
1.1.
2019
1.1.
2018
2.1.
2018
5.2.
2018
5.2.
2018
5.2.
2018
5.2.
2018
1.1.
2017
1.1.
2017
1.2.
2017
3.1.
2017
3.2.
2017
6.9.
2017
6.9.
2017
1.1.
2016
1.1.
2016
2.3.
2016
3.2.
2016
1.1.
2015
1.2.
2015
2.3.
2015
4.2.
2015
5.2.
2015
5.2.
2015
6.8.
2015
6.9.
2015
1.2.
2014
3.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
6.9.
2014
1.1.
2013
1.1.
2013
1.2.
2013
3.2.
2013
3.2.
2013
3.4.
2013
3.4.
2013
3.5.
2013
4.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
1.2.
2012
1.2.
2012
1.2.
2012
3.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
3.5.
2011
3.5.
2011
5.2.
2011
5.2.
2011
5.2.
2011
5.2.
2011
5.2.
2007
13.08.2019