KK 1-2/2019


Epp Annus

Countryside homes in the Estonian SSR

Krista Aru

Two groundbreakers, two teachers

Vilve Asmer

New arrivals at the Estonian Archive of Cultural History

Martin Ehala

Truth, identity and the moral absolute

Enn Ernits

Reading the Vepsian national epic in the original and in a few translations

Tiina-Erika Friedenthal

Political dimensions of Baltic German literary culture

Tiiu Hallap

Cognitive autonomy – a perishing ideal?

Ott Heinapuu

Estonian sacred natural sites in oral and literary culture on the example of the Estonian epic Kalevipoeg

Ken Ird

Gate crashing an old Estonian wedding

Tiiu Jaago

Folk singer’s image in text-based studies of early Estonian folk songs

Liisi Laineste, Anastasiya Fiadotava, Tõnno Jonuks

Clergy jokes in Estonia and Belarus in the 19th–21st centuries

Risto Järv

The egg is (not) teaching the hen

Ljubov Kisseljova

Schoolboy acts of resistance to the policy of Russification in Tartu in the early 1900s

Paavo Kivine

Lurich as champion and advocate for Estonia

Anu Korb

The folktales of Siberian Estonians in the Estonian Folklore Archives

Roosmarii Kurvits

A historiographic outline of the history of Estonian journalism

Piret Kuusk

True physics and actual physics

Kaisa Langer

About collecting and researching kolkhoz folklore in the early Soviet Estonia

Raili Marling

Situated knowledge in the post-truth era

Merili Metsvahi

Like a Snow White in a forest of narratives

Daniele Monticelli

From the truths of the 20th century to 21th-century post-truth

Neeme Näripä

Philology, philosophy, and truth