Category Archives: Events

A Letter to Tartu Students from a Moscow Prison

Read the letter from prominent Russian performance artist Pyotr Pavlensky sent to Tartu students from a Moscow prison. Continue reading

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Doing Practical Fieldwork in Conflict Areas: Israel

Andrew Whiteoak writes about his group’s study trip to the area of Israel-Palestine conflict. Continue reading

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First National Atlas for Estonia’s 100th Anniversary

Take a glimpse into the future national atlas of Estonia by viewing a selection of five historical maps. Continue reading

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Brexit: Hidden Implications for Baltic Security

Political scientist Eoin Micheál McNamara discusses the implications of a possible British exit from the EU on Baltic security. Continue reading

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A Voiceless Vocalist, Medicinal Cognac, and Hidden Tissues: The Show Must Go on at Eesti Laul

Our copy editor, Dirk Lloyd, gives us a behind-the-scenes look at how the song “Sally” was born and filmed for the semi-final of Eesti Laul. Continue reading

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No Country Stands Alone – Except Maybe Syria!

Find out what University of Tartu professors think about the famous ‘Tujurikkuja’ parody. Continue reading

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Aldus Manutius: Italics, the Semicolon, and Pocket Books

Learn about the invention of italics, the semicolon, and portable pocket-sized books. Continue reading

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