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On the 60th anniversary of Keel ja Kirjandus: addresses by three ­former editors-in-chief – Aksel Tamm, Mart Meri and Joel Sang

Epp Annus

Affect, colonialism, nationalism and cultural studies

Madis Arukask

Finno-Ugric kinship in the Estonian national image: A shared emotion or a fuzzy question?

Kadri Koreinik, Maarja Siiner, Kara Brown

Should the state be the only focus of language-policy research?

Tiit Hennoste

Literature, science and nationality

Tiina Kirss

Culture or the Universe? Review of a collection of essays on the methodology of cultural studies

Eneken Laanes

To be and to work as an Estonian

Indrek Jääts, Marleen Metslaid

Estonian ethnography and Estonian nationalism

Helle Metslang

Is there a place for a nation in a linguist’s brain?

Karl Pajusalu

The contribution of the student members of the Mother Tongue Society to the Estonian national discourse in the early 1920s

Kristiina Ross

On the birth of the thematic issue

Johanna Ross

Philology is gone, national focus is gone. What ­r­emains? Keel ja Kirjandus 60

Liina Saarlo

Sovietisation as a preservative for Estonian national folkloristics

Mari Sarv

Human science as national self-reflection

Anti Selart

Estonians’ own historical research

Elo-Hanna Seljamaa

Nationalism in the eyes of others

Tiina Laansalu, Sven-Erik Soosaar

The first decade of Finno-Ugric seminars held at the Institute of the Estonian language: a retrospective

Marek Tamm

Making the nations: A humanities point of view

Märt Väljataga

Literary studies and the nation – sense and sensibility