Author Archives: Inga Külmoja

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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Top 10 Most Read Stories from 2015

See the 10 most popular stories on UT Blog from 2015. Enjoy! Continue reading

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Our Basque Director in Viljandi: 100 Days in Office

Read the inspiring and sharp interview with the new director of Viljandi Culture Academy, Iñaki Sandoval. Continue reading

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3 PhDs from India: We Love Estonian Christmas

Listen to 3 PhDs from India discussing their scientific journeys, food, climate, and more. 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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Kristiina Ehin: How to Explain My Language to You

Get to know famous Estonian author Kristiina Ehin through two of her beautiful poems. Continue reading

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What Is the Origin of the Slavs?

An extensive genome-scale study confirms that the “Slavicization” of Europe was about linguistic rather than genetic transformation. Continue reading

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