Daniele Monticelli has published an article entitled ‘Translating the Soviet Thaw in the Estonian context: entangled perspectives on the book series Loomingu Raamatukogu‘ in the Journal of Baltic Studies 51.3 ‘Entangled Cultures in the Baltic Region’ (2020), 407-427. Green Access Here.
Piret Peiker’s article entitled ‘Entangled Discourses in a Bildungsroman of Soviet Estonian Modernity: From an Ugly Duckling to a Space Princess?’ was published in the Journal of Baltic Studies 51.3 ‘Entangled Cultures in the Baltic Region’ (2020), 389-405. (Green Access Here).
Piret Peiker has published a chapter (co-authored with Peeter Sieg), entitled:
‘There Is More to Groups of People Than Just Groups and People: On Trans-Actional
Analysis and Nationalism Studies’ in John Dewey and the Notion of Transaction, A Sociological Reply on Rethinking Relations and Social Processes, ed Christian Morgner (Palgrave 2020), pp. 55-81 (Green access here).
Tallinn University has announced its summer school in Transnational Intellectual History, to run between 23-27 July 2021. The course will be run by members of the ERC Between the Times project.
Deadline for Applications: 30 April 2021.
Piret Peiker’s article “East European Literature from the Postcolonial Perspective” (“Ida-Euroopa kirjandus postkoloniaalsest vaatenurgast) was published in the anthology edited by Johanna Ross and Epp Annus Art Created for Several Masters: Soviet Colonialism and Estonia (“Mitmele isandale loodud kunst. Sotskolonialism ja Eesti”).Tartu: Tartu University Press, pp. 165-166.
The article focuses on the depiction of history and human agency in the East European Bildungsromane in the interwar and postwar periods. It uses postcolonial theory as its main approach.
You can find it in the below link (in Estonian):
Henry Mead’s chapter on Ezra Pound’s Pisan Cantos (‘Canto 76’; green access) will appear this spring in Readings in the Cantos vol. II, ed. Richard Parker (Clemson University Press, 2021).
Henry Mead published a chapter in the CARR Yearbook 2019-2020 (Ibidem Verlag / Columbia University Press, 2020), entitled ‘The Death of Liberalism has been Proclaimed Before’ (green access).
Daniele Monticelli has published a new article entitled ‘Thinking the new after the fall of the Berlin Wall: Juri Lotman’s dialogism of history’ in The Journal of Theory and Practice 24.2 (Sep 2020), 84-208, DOI:10.1080/13642529.2020.1813932 (open access).
Henry Mead gave a paper on ‘Modernism, Heresy and Temporalities’ at Tartu University, Intellectual History Seminar, Jacobi 2-336, on Monday 9 November at 16.15.
The University of Stavanger is recruiting a full time, fully funded, doctoral researcher to work on ideas of progress in liberal democracy from the 19th century onwards. The doctoral researcher will be working with Dr. Tyson Retz, a past visiting fellow at the Between the Times project. More information is available here: