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Irina Belobrovtseva

Vsevolod Vishnevsky and Estonia

Anne Arold, Reet Bender

Baltic-German dictionary

Enn Ernits

Picking and unraveling some Finno-Ugric knots and tangles

Liisi Laineste, Anastasiya Fiadotava

Contemporary Estonian and Belarusian ethnic jokes on the internet

Jüri Viikberg, Külli Habicht

A monument to Tartu literary language

Brita Melts, Tiina Hallik


Airika Harrik

Reception of scandalous news in the Facebook group KalambuuR

Reet Hiiemäe

Fears described in modern Estonian schoolchildren’s lore

Tiiu Jaago

Jaan Jõgever’s folklore lectures delivered at the University of Tartu in 1909–1911 

Andreas Kalkun

Attempts to find words for homosexualism

Eda Kalmre

Media. Visualness. Folklore

Eda Kalmre

The phenomenon of apparent death in history, literature and folklore

Katre Kikas

Awakening calls of folklore collectors addressing the public

Merlin Kirikal

Holistic desire and fear of fragmentation in the works of Johannes Semper 

Hanna Linda Korp

The everyday, sometimes with exuberance

Juhan Kreem

Not just on the Reformation

Pille-Riin Larm

Two colourful artists (Oskar Kallis and Konrad Mägi) most vividly portrayed

Lea Leppik

A monumental book devoted to a monumental man

Arne Merilai

Linnar Priimägi – a "white hole" bursting with erudition

Kristo Nurmis

The Vaher question. Soviet subjectivity in Luise Vaher’s diary of 1941. Part 1

Kristo Nurmis

The Vaher question

Arno Oja

Unt appears at dusk

Indrek Ojam

The so-called everyday mythology as a source of Mati Unt’s realist poetics