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ecent publications by members of the Gender Studies Research Group:

Kuurme, Tiiu; Kasemaa, Gertrud (2015). Gender Advantages and Gender Normality in the Views of Estonian Secondary School Students. Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education 6(1): 72-85.

Kuurme, Tiiu (2016). "Tüdrukud ja poisid koolist ja enesest koolis". Sugu ja haridus keeles ja meeles, ENÜ SA.

Roosalu, Triin; Täht, Kadri (2016). "Maternity Leave – once a Bargain, always a Bargain? Impact of Care Breaks on Mothers' Occupational Mobility: The Case of Estonia". In: Roosalu, Triin; Hofäcker, Dirk (Ed.). Rethinking Gender, Work and Care in a New Europe: Theorising Markets and Societies in the Post-Postsocialist Era(250−276). Palgrave Macmillan.

Aavik, Kadri (2017). Doing Neoliberalism on Campus: The Vulnerability of Gender Equality Mechanisms in Estonian Academia. Gender a výzkum / Gender and Research 18 (1), 130−153.

Tofantšuk, Julia (2018). "Ecofeminist Philosophy and Issues of Identity in Sylvia Townsend Warner's Lolly Willowes and Mr. Fortune's Maggot". In: Vakoch, Douglas and Simon Mickey (Ed.). Literature and Ecofeminism: Intersectional and International Voices(60−83). New York: Routledge.

Tiidenberg, Katrin (2018). Visibly ageing femininities: women’s visual discourses of being over-40 and over-50 on Instagram. Feminist Media Studies. 18, 61-76.

Aavik, Kadri; Marling, Raili (2018). "Gender Studies at the Time of Neo-liberal Transformation in Estonian Academia". In: Kahlert, Heike (Ed.). Gender Studies and the New Academic Governance. Global Challenges, Glocal Dynamics, and Local Impacts(41−64). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

Aavik, Kadri; Ubakivi-Hadachi, Pille (2018). Responding to ethnicity-based stigmatisation: the case of Russian-speaking women in Estonia. Trames: Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences 22 (72/67, 1), 23−42.

Pellicer-Ortin, Silvia; Tofantšuk, Julia (2018). Women on the Move: Body, Memory and Femininity in Present-day Transnational Diasporic Writing. New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Ltd [forthcoming].

Tofantšuk, Julia (2018). "Movement, Places and Knotted History in Charlotte Mendelson's 'Almost English'". In: Pellicer-Ortín, Silvia; Tofantšuk, Julia (Ed.). Women on the Move: Body, Memory and Femininity in Present-day Transnational Diasporic Writing. New York: Routledge, Taylor&Francis Group [forthcoming].

Rüsse, Paul, Antxustegi-Etxarte Aranaga, Maialen (2018). "Travelling the US-Mexican Border, Challenging Chicanidad". In: Pellicer-Ortín, Silvia; Tofantšuk, Julia (Eds.). Women on the Move: Body, Memory and Femininity in Present-day Transnational Diasporic Writing. New York: Routledge, Taylor&Francis Group [forthcoming].

Pellicer-Ortin, Silvia, Tofantšuk, Julia (Eds.) (2019). Women on the Move: Body, Memory and Femininity in Present-day Transnational Diasporic Writing. New York: Routledge, Taylor&Francis Group

Aavik, Kadri (2020). "Negotiating Uncertainty: Sexual Citizenship and State Recognition of Same-Sex Partnerships in Estonia." In: Buyantueva, Radzhana; Shevtsova, Maryna (Ed.). LGBTQ+ Activism in Central and Eastern Europe: Resistance, Representation and Identity(127−151). Palgrave Macmillan.