Doctoral thesis brings new approaches to the understanding of the film musical genre
Sedat Yildirim from the School of Humanities at Tallinn University defended the doctoral thesis in which he investigated the core genre problems in Hollywood film musicals in order to deconstruct trad...
Doctoral thesis provides overview of construction archaeology of rural churches
Doctoral student from the School of Humanities, Villu Kadakas, defended his doctoral dissertation, in which he investigated the development and use of the space of rural churches in Northern Estonia a...
TLU Professor Emeritus Otto Jastrow was awarded the prestigious Ullendorff Medal
United Kingdom's national academy for the humanities and the social sciences The British Academy has just awarded The Edward Ullendorf Medal to Professor Otto Jastrow, Professor of Arabic at Tallinn University. Jastrow is one of the world’s leading s...
Record number of applications submitted to Tallinn University
The deadline for submitting admission applications was 1 July. The university received 7858 applications, which is 1000 more than in the last few years. 6114 applications were submitted for Bachelor's...
Doctoral thesis studied transnational Estonian family language policy
Colm James Doyle from the School of Humanities at Tallinn University defended the doctoral thesis on the language policies of bilingual and multilingual transnational families resident in Tallinn, whe...
TÜHI's Venia Legendi lectures 2020
Everyone is welcome to TÜHI's Venia Legendi public lectures.
Valued Lecturers of 2020 at Tallinn University
Tallinn University recognises those who are science-based in teaching, create a collaborative environment, support the development of students and treat them with respect as well as share their teachi...
Tallinn University's best publications
36 works in 7 categories competed for the award of best publication, textbook and creative project this year.
21 badges of merit and 30 honourable mentions from the rector
Rector Tiit Land decided to award 21 TU employees and people outside the university who have done great services to the university with badges of merit.
Open Academy Training Awards 2019
We recognise the most successful staff in the field of life-long learning and our cooperating partners for developing, implementing and ensuring sustainability in the field of life-long learning.
The LIFE awards range from brewed beer to the opening of Vita
University 15 – a celebration in our hearts
Address by Rectorate of Tallinn University Tiit Land for the 15th birthday of the university.
Tallinn University gave recognition
On 18 March, the 15th birthday of Tallinn University, the names of those who will be highlighted this year by Tallinn University were unveiled.
Tallinn University 15
Today Tallinn University celebrates its 15th birthday! Being established as a research university only in 2005, Tallinn University has taken its place among the world’s top universities in a very shor...
Doing fieldwork with my own family on the invisible disease of FMF
Tallinn University's doctor Colm James Doyle: there’s no point in being busy if you’re not making progress
Over the past year, many wise and talented people have defended their doctoral dissertations at Tall...
Conversation with Francisco Martinez on his work on the afterlife of Soviet cultural heritage
An interview with Francisco Martínez on the afterlife of Soviet cultural heritage and his book Remai...
Interview with Margus Vihalem, the next Director of the School of Humanities
Taking the office as the next director of the School of Humanities in September is Margus Vihalem.
TLU's Rectors Speak
As a birthday present, TLU’s three rectors Mati Heidmets, Rein Raud and Tiit Land gave an interview ...
Liberal Arts of Humanities Means More Freedom and Possibilities
Jhonatann Calderon Segovia is a first-year Liberal Arts of Humanities BA programme student who has f...
Tallinn Christmas Market: Tying Local and Global Identities Together
Tallinn’s yearly Christmas market is a major draw for both tourists and locals, described on its web...
Snaps of My Summer Fieldwork with Cape Verdeans: Kova M Festival
Myanmar - Country of Openness and Hospitality
Karl-Hendrik Pallo is currently studying in Asian Studies master's programme in Tallinn University a...
The Experience of Watching 100 Movies
MA programme in Literature, Visual Culture and Film Studies offers students an opportunity to experi...
Refugees and Survival Sex in Greece: My Fieldwork Experience
Kanchi Ganatra, a second-year Anthropology MA student from India did her field research with young m...
Estonian Studies Student Arzu Altinay Making a Contribution to the Tourism Industry in Estonia
Arzu Altinay is a first-year MA student at Tallinn University who is planning to use her degree to i...
Storycrafting and Drawing: Enabling Children to Express Their Experience of Migration
The second year MA student Deborah Onorati gives an overview of a recent open anthropology lecture s...
Positively shocking: using James Bond to teach liberal arts
The lead researcher at the TLU Centre of Excellence in Intercultural Studies Dr. Martin D. Brown say...
Anthropology Student Jennifer McGreevey - Core of Anthropology Lies in Going Places Unknown
Anthropology - What Does it Mean to be a Human in this World?
We asked Carlo Cubero Irizarry, the Associate Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology to descr...
Ask a Researcher: Is there really no Accounting for Taste?
TLU Alumna Irina Ranneva
Being a student is an awesome experience!
Blood and Bias: The Russian Revolution from the Outsider’s Perspective
Literature, Visual Culture and Film Studies Master’s student Michael Keerdo-Dawson introduces Britis...
Woman from the Attic to the Window
Literature, Visual Culture and Film Studies Master’s student Nedim Kaya introduces A. J. Finn’s nove...
Anthropology's Contribution to the Humanities and its Application
The following is a speech by Carlo Cubero Irizarry, Associate Professor of Social and Cultural Anthr...