Category Archives: Estonia

Escaping Modernity at Winter School in Kääriku

George Spencer Terry, a master’s student of EU-Russia studies, shares his experience at the winter school “Biopolitics and Semiotics of the Body”. Continue reading

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Stefan Zaric: Introducing Estonian Art History in Serbia

Stefan Zaric from Serbia was the only foreign art history student at the University of Tartu last semester. He gave tours at Tartu’s Art Museum and is now introducing Estonian art history in Serbia. Continue reading

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Will Estonia Soon Have a Climate Similar to Northern Scotland?

Mait Sepp, a researcher of physical geography, explains how the weather may change in Estonia during this century. Continue reading

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The Gates of Educational Technology and the Challenges of Our Time

Emanuel Bardone, a lecturer of educational technology, explains how technology can be used in teaching and learning, while making it more affordable, attractive, and effective. Continue reading

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The Internet of Things Lab Has the Scent of the Future Around It

Journalist Madis Aesma visited our unique Internet of Things Lab and put down his thoughts about it. Continue reading

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Kikee D. Bhutia: Reviving the Sikkimese (Denjongpo) culture

Doctoral student Kikee D. Bhutia from Sikkim, India is certain that the knowledge and experience gained from the Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore will help her better research her own community, the Bhutia, as well as to understand their traditions and culture. Continue reading

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Eesti Blues Through the Eyes of a Photographer

Estonians cherish their beautiful summer, long sunny days and short fairy-tale nights. On the other hand, our dim and foggy days could be just as beautiful. Our IT law lecturer Tõnu Runnel has captured some amazing moments from those dim days all around Estonia. Continue reading

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