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    • Nugin, Raili (2015)
      This book draws a sociological portrait of the age group born in the 1970s in Estonia and discusses its generational features and constructions. This cohort’s coming of age coincided with the social and emotional turmoil ...
    • Favareau, Donald; Cobley, Paul; Kull, Kalevi (2012)
      For more than 40 years, Jesper Hoffmeyer has been committed to the idea of developing “a semiotics of nature, or biosemiotics as he chose to call this effort, that could intelligibly explain how all the phenomena of inherent ...
    • Maran, Timo; Tønnessen, Morten; Oma Armstrong, Kristin; Kiiroja, Laura; Magnus, Riin; Mäekivi, Nelly; Rattasepp, Silver; Thibault, Paul; Tüür, Kadri (2016)
      The book raises semiotic questions of human–animal relations: what is the semiotic character of different species, how humans endow animals with meaning, and how animal sign exchange and communication has coped with ...
    • Lang, Valter; Laneman, Margot (2006)
      This volume is dedicated to the historiography and analysis of the present state of Estonian archaeology. Part I (articles by Valter Lang and Marge Konsa) provides a review of the general development of archaeological ...
    • Kaun, Anne (2013)
      The book gives an intriguing insight into how young people in Estonia, twenty years after the establishment of democracy, perceive their own role as citizens. It does so in a theoretical framework that stresses the ...
    • Tasa, Monika; Västrik, Ergo-Hart; Kannike, Anu (2017)
      This book studies how the concepts of body, personhood and privacy can be expanded across disciplinary borders. Notwithstanding the diversity of empirical material and theoretical frameworks, the chapters suggest innovative ...
    • Gibson, Catherine (2016)
      This book offers innovative perspectives on the intersections between history and memory in Central and Eastern European borderlands. It focuses on the case of Latgale, the multicultural region of eastern Latvia which ...
    • Sazonov, Vladimir; Mölder, Holger; Espak, Peeter (2019)
      The region of the Middle East has been called the cradle of mankind. This volume studies historical, cultural, religious, social and political legacies, which play a central role in obstructing intercultural dialogue in ...
    • Sazonov, Vladimir; Mölder, Holger; Espak, Peeter; Saumets, Andres (2020)
      The region of the Middle East has been called the cradle of mankind. This volume studies historical, cultural, religious, social and political legacies, which play a central role in obstructing intercultural dialogue in ...
    • Lang, Valter; Kull, Kalevi (2014)
      The fourth volume in the Approaches to Culture Theory series is a contemporary Estonian anthology in culture theory. Most of the authors are members of the research groups of the Centre of Excellence in Cultural Theory: ...
    • Nugin, Raili; Kannike, Anu; Raudsepp, Maaris (2016)
      This book provides the international reader with the first study of different generations and intergenerational relations in Estonia. The chapters highlight generational patterns in the 20th and 21st centuries, with the ...
    • Päll, Janika; Volt, Ivo (2018)
      The rebirth of Ancient Greek in Europe was promoted by Humanist education and ideas to such an extent that we can consider the Greek language as a formative element of Humanist culture. Next to Latin, the default common ...
    • Saueauk, Meelis (2014)
      This collection consists of articles on the subjects addressed by the research conference “The Shaping of Identity and Personality under Communist Rule: History in the Service of Totalitarian Regimes in Eastern Europe”, ...
    • Kannike, Anu; Pärn, Katre; Tasa, Monika (2020)
      The central theme of the volume is interdisciplinary experimentation. The volume includes collaborative and interdisciplinary studies on a variety of topics, from territorialisation of theory, relations between culture ...
    • Pild, Lea (2012)
      Acta Slavica Estonica is an international series of publications on current issues of Russian and other Slavic languages, literatures and cultures. This volume is devoted to the interrelations of the prominent Estonian ...
    • Luts-Sootak, Marju; Kull, Irene; Sein, Karin; Siimets-Gross, Hesi (2018)
      An important part of the narrative of modern law and legal science has been the claim that legal unity possesses many advantages over the legal pluralism of earlier periods. This collection includes articles from the ...
    • Prodi, Giorgio (2021)
      Contemporary semiotics has often gone too far in proposing language as the model to explain every phenomenon of communication. Giorgio Prodi’s seminal book, originally published in Italian in 1977, poses the question from ...
    • Detering, Heinrich; Hoffmann, Torsten; Pasewalck, Silke; Pormeister, Eve (2011)
      Since the 19th century national epics have had an important function in the cultural scene of almost every nation, and the same is true for the Central and East European countries that have regained their independence after ...
    • Lauristin, Marju; Vihalemm, Peeter (2014)
      The changing state of reading and its fate in the digitalised world is one of the core issues in the contemporary debates about the future of culture. The central position of the printed word, and primarily, books as the ...
    • Šrāders, Sandis; Veebel, Viljar (2021)
      This publication discusses Russia’s foreign, security, defence, and military policies from both Euro-Atlantic and Russian perspectives. More importantly – this work acts as an essential platform for analysing the security ...