SOGOLAS Research Seminars introduce our main research directions and activities to both Institute's staff and students, as well as to colleagues from other institutes with the aim of promoting both within the sector and cross-sectoral interdisciplinary research cooperation. Research seminars are organized by the Center of Excellence in Interdisciplinary Lifecourse Studies, Research Centers (Institute of International Social Studies and Estonian Institute for Population Studies), the SOGOLAS Research Board, as well as academic fields, research groups and project teams.


Past Seminars


SOGOLAS Research Seminar: Peeter Selg. Introducing relational political analysis: political semiotics as a theory and method. 11.03.2020

Research Seminar by TLU Centre of Excellence in Interdisciplinary Lifecourse Studies: Katrin Schwanitz. 02.03.2020

SOGOLAS Research Seminar: Jakub Dostál and Anita Kéri. The economic potential of international students volunteering 26.02.2020

SOGOLAS Research Seminar: Katri-Liis Reimann. The concept of social innovation and living labs 20.11.2019


SOGOLAS Research Seminar: Scopus Diaries by Abel Polese. The Scopus Diaries and the (il)logics of academic survival. 16.10.2019

SOGOLAS Research Seminar: Relations between Czechs and the European Union 1989-2019: Why Czechs are so Euro-sceptical?15.05.2019.

SOGOLAS Research Seminar: Allan Puur. Population development in an Estonia-centric and comparative view 17.04.2019 (Gallery)

SOGOLAS Research Seminar: policy-making - drawing up an action plan or practical discourse 20.03.2019

SOGOLAS Research Seminar Mart Susi. "The Decrease of Universality and Abstractness Thesis in New Human Rights Development"20.02.2019

SOGOLAS Research Seminar: Merike Sisask. Digital world of indigenous people and digital immigrants - challenges in the mental health field. 12.12.2018

SOGOLAS Research Seminar: Mihkel Kangur. 28.11.2018 (gallery)

SOGOLAS Research Seminar: Marju Lauristin, Triin Vihalemm and Peeter Selg. The potential of  Social Sciences in managing wicked problems and learning to manage changes. 14.11.2018

SOGOLAS Research Seminar: Luule Sakkeus and Allan Puur. Migration processes and their impact
31.10.2018 (gallery)