• Kadri Aavik, Associate Professor of Gender Studies, School of Governance, Law and Society: sociology of gender, intersectionality, critical studies of men and masculinities, gender and work, gender and the neoliberal university, critical university studies from the gender perspective, vegan ecofeminism, critical animal studies, LGBTQ+ studies, feminist methodology and epistemology, qualitative methods.
  • Tiiu Kuurme, Associate Professor of Educational Sciences, School of Educational Sciences: gender in education, gendered socialisation, particularly in the school context, experiences of pupils from the gender perspective perspective.
  • Kadri Täht, Associate Professor of Sociology, School of Governance, Law and Society: gender and the reconciliation of work and family life, gender, work and labour market participation, mobility in the labour market from a gender perspective, gender and time use in families, institutions (education, labour market) from a gender perspective, quantitative research methods.
  • Julia Tofantšuk, Associate Professor of British Literature, School of Humanities: ecocriticism, ecofeminism, ecofeminist science fiction, transsectionalities, LGBTQ+ studies, trans studies, transecology, non-binary perspectives on gender, transcorporeality; women migrants, international mobility, gender and migration; gender, race, ethnicity, nationality and diaspora; gender and the body, female bodies; memory and trauma from a gender perspective, Herstory, mythology and symbolic language from a gender perspective, feminist perspectives on fairy tales. 
  • Triin Roosalu, Associate Professor of Sociology, Senior Researcher, School of Governance, Law and Society: gender inequalities in the labour market.
  • Meril Ümarik, Associate Professor, Senior Research Fellow, School of Educational Sciences: gender perspectives on education, gender in vocational education and training. 
  • Maaris Raudsepp, Senior Researcher, School of Governance, Law and Society: gender and environmental psychology; gender, power and group relations (majority-minority relations, differences in perspectives etc.); gender in science and research: gendered research careers and research organisations.
  • Marion Pajumets, Migration Expert, School of Governance, Law and Society: sociology of gender, gender and migration, critical studies on men and masculinities, gender in academic organisations and research, qualitative methods in social sciences, reconciliation of work and family life, sociology of family, strategies of gender mainstreaming.
  • Uku Lember, Lecturer and Researcher, School of Humanities: LGBTQ+ studies.
  • Paul Rüsse, Lecturer of American Literature, School of Humanities: ecocriticism, LGBTQ+ studies, gender and migration, diaspora studies. 
  • Pille Ubakivi-Hadachi, PhD Student in Sociology, Junior Researcher, Lecturer of Sociology, School of Governance, Law and Society: ethnic minorities from a gender perspective.
  • Katrin Tiidenberg, Associate Professor of Social Media and Visual Culture, Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School: self-presentation and identities in social media, visual culture and social media and their intersections with body normativity, mononormativity and heteronormativity.
  • Triin Tulgiste, PhD Student in Cultural Theory, School of Humanities: Estonian women artists' representations of the body 1970-2000; feminism and theories of the body, women artists.
  • Jaana Davidjants, PhD Student in Cultural Theory, School of Humanities: gender, othering and Orientalism
  • Liis Jõhvik, PhD Student, School of Humanities: history of women and genders; the construction of memory and genders in Soviet Estonian home videos and amateur films. 
  • Ksenia Shmydkaya, PhD Student in Cultural Theory, School of Humanities: women writers, gender and women's history (interwar period in particular), Eastern European feminisms, feminist literary criticism; historical genre, postmodern historiography, and literature/history relationship; digital humanities.