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17.09.1979
+372 56 577 105
kaarel.piirimae@ut.ee

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
10.06.2017–30.06.2019   
Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut, teadur (0,25)
01.01.2016–...   
Eesti Sõjamuuseum - Kindral Laidoneri Muuseum, Vanemteadur (1,00)
01.02.2018–31.10.2018   
Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut, uusima aja dotsent (0,50)
01.10.2016–31.12.2016   
Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut, teadur (1,00)
23.03.2016–30.09.2016   
Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut, teadur (1,00)
01.03.2016–22.03.2016   
Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut, teadur (0,50)
01.01.2016–29.02.2016   
Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut, teadur (0,25)
01.03.2015–31.12.2015   
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut, teadur (0,50)
01.10.2013–28.02.2015   
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut, teadur (0,25)
01.09.2013–31.12.2015   
Kaitseväe Ühendatud Õppeasutused, Professor (1,00)
01.12.2010–31.08.2013   
Kaitseväe Ühendatud Õppeasutused, Professor (0,75)
01.10.2010–30.09.2013   
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut, teadur (1,00)
01.02.2010–30.09.2010   
Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut, vanemteadur (1,00)
01.01.2010–31.01.2010   
Tartu Ülikool, Tartu Ülikooli Euroopa Kolledž, teadur (0,10)
01.01.2009–31.12.2010   
Kuraator (lepinguline)
01.01.2002–31.12.2005   
Vabariigi Presidendi Kantselei
 
 
Haridustee
2006–2010   
Cambridge'i ülikool, doktoriõpe
2005–2006   
Cambridge'i ülikool, magistriõpe
2002–2005   
Tartu Ülikool, magistriõpe
1999–2000   
Göttingeni ülikool, külalisüliõpilane
1997–2002   
Tartu Ülikool, bakalaureuseõpe
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2015−...   
Õpetatud Eesti Selts, liige
2015−...   
Soome Ajaloo Selts, liige
2014−...   
Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies, liige
2011−2013   
KVÜÕA Nõukogu akadeemiline komisjon, esimees
2011−2013   
KVÜÕA Nõukogu, liige
 
 
Teenistuskäigu lisainfo
2014-2017 Soome Akadeemia uurimisprojekt "Reimagining Futures in the European North at the End of the Cold War", vanemteadur;
2014 - rahvusvahelise seminari "Sõda, mis muutis maailma: sõjalisi, poliitilisi ja kultuurilisi aspekte Esimesest maailmasõjast" organiseerija (Tartu, 6. november 2014);
2013 märts-mai, Turu Ülikool, külalisteadur;
2010-2013 Euroopa Nõukogu rahastatav projekt "Negotiating Modernity: History of Modern Political Thought in East-Central Europe", associate researcher;
2012, 1.- 16. juuni - USA Sõjaakadeemia, West Pointi sõjaajaloo suveseminar;
2012 - rahvusvahelise konverentsi "World War Two in the Baltics" organiseerija (Tartu, KVÜÕA, 14.-15. jaanuar 2012);
2011 juuni-juuli, IERES, George Washington University, külalisteadur;
2002-2005 ametist lahkunud presidendi Lennart Meri nõunik-sekretär;
2016 - Eesti sõjamuuseumi rahvusvahelise aastakonverentsi "Sõjavisioonid: kogemused, kujutlused ja prognoosid sõjast minevikus ja tänapäeval" korraldaja (Tallinn, 19.-20. aprill 2016);
2016 - sõjaajaloo seminari "Sõjaajaloo perspektiivid" korraldaja (Tartu, Eesti Rahvusarhiiv, 12. oktoober 2016);
2016 - rahvusvahelise konverentsi "The Baltic Crisis, the End of the Cold War, and the Collapse of the Soviet Union" korraldaja (Tartu Ülikool, 25. november 2016);
2017 - Eesti sõjamuuseumi rahvusvahelise aastakonverentsi "Rahvusväeosad I maailmasõjas – impeeriumide värbamispoliitikast iseseisvate rahvusriikide relvajõududeni" korraldaja (Tallinn-Tartu, 25.-26. aprill 2017);

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teaduspreemiad ja tunnustused
2016, Kaarel Piirimäe, Ajakirja "Akadeemia" kuldauhind parima artikli eest socialia valdkonnas 2016. aastal
2016, Kaarel Piirimäe, Lähiajaloo sihtkapitali stipendium (4000 EUR) teadustööks (Tartu Ülikool)
2006, Kaarel Piirimäe, Foundation Archimedes PhD scholarship, University of Cambridge
2005, Kaarel Piirimäe, Cambridge European Trust Scholar
2005, Kaarel Piirimäe, St. John’s College scholarship, University of Cambridge
2005, Kaarel Piirimäe, Foundation Archimedes Kristjan Jaak Peterson scholarship for M.Phil at the University of Cambridge
2005, Kaarel Piirimäe, ajakirja Akadeemia hõbepreemia socialia valdkonnas
1999, Kaarel Piirimäe, University of Göttingen, scholarship granted by the Baltische Historische Kommission
 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.3. Ajalooteadused ja arheoloogia; PÕHISUUND: Balti riikide rahvusvaheline ajalugu 20. sajandil; stalinism Ida-Euroopas ja Balti riikides
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.3. Ajalooteadused ja arheoloogia; CERCS ERIALA: H250 Lähiajalugu (alates 1914)
 
 
Lisainfo
Ettekanded konverentsidel, kutsutud esinemised ja paneelide korraldamine:
2017. märts, Balti kaitsekolledž, Tartu, konverents "8th Annual Baltic Military History Conference", keynote: "Baltic peoples and territories in the Soviet “security system";
2017. juuni, Tartu ülikool, Tartu, konverents “The Russian Revolution and its Legacies: taking stock a century later", ettekanne: “The Estonian Assamalla, the Estonian Waterloo” of 1992 – a new look into the roots of the Estonian-Russian crisis";
2017. juuni, Läti ülikool, Riia, konverents "Baltic States at 99: Past, Present and Future", ettekanne: “The Estonian Assamalla, the Estonian Waterloo” – a new look into the roots of the Estonian-Russian crisis of 1992";
2017. jaanuar, Tartu, ettekanne ajakirja „Akadeemia“ aastaauhindade kättejagamise tseremoonial: "Eesti välispoliitika algus 1990-1991";
2016 December, Tallinn, International Centre for Defence and Security, conference “The Military Importance of the Estonian Territory in the late Cold War period”, paper: “Baltic Peoples and Territories in Cold-War Military Strategies”;
2016 November, University of Toronto, public lecture: A “Country at a Critical Juncture: Historical Consciousness, and the Struggle over Estonian Foreign Policy, 1990–1991”;
2016 November, University of Toronto, research seminar paper: “Gorbachev’s “Last Trench Line”: Estonian Diplomacy toward the East and the Soviet Crack-down in the Baltic States in January 1991”;
2016 October, University of Minnesota, conference “Post-Cold War. Change and Continuity in the Making of a New World Order at the turn of the 1990s”, paper: “Estonia Has no Time’. Perceptions of the post-Cold War as a Window of Opportunity;
2016 October, Estonian National Archives, seminar “Perspectives of Estonian Military History”, paper: “Kuidas britid Eesti sõjaväge hindasid?” [The British assessment of the Estonian military in the interwar years];
2016 September, University of Edinburgh, Annual Conference of the British International History Group, paper: “The Baltic states and the End of the Cold War, 1990-1991”; and organizer of the panel "The Baltic crisis, the End of the Cold War and the Collapse of the USSR";
2016 August, Royal Danish Defence Academy, conference “Struggling with the Past—How to Address and Use History in Security and Defense Politics”, paper: “The Estonian armed forces’ perspective on World War Two and the Soviet period”;
2016 August, University of Tampere, Finland, project seminar “Reimagining the Futures in the European North at the End of the Cold War, paper: “Gorbachev’s ‘Last Trench Line’: Estonian Diplomacy toward the East and the Soviet Use of Force against the Baltic States in 1991”;
2016 June, University College London, Institute of Advanced Studies, International Research Seminar “Baltic-Nordic Regionalism: A History of Regional Cooperation and Reconfiguration”, paper: “Conviction or Political Rhetoric? Regionalist ideas and the beginning of Estonian diplomacy, 1988–1991”;
2016 May, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, AABS Conference “Global, Glocal, and Local: Distinction and Interconnection in the Baltic States”, organizer of the panel: “Behind the Scenes: The Baltic States’ Restoration of Diplomatic Relations, 1990-1991”;
2016 May, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, AABS Conference “Global, Glocal, and Local: Distinction and Interconnection in the Baltic States”, paper: “A look from the inside: Estonian diplomatic activities 1990-1991”;
2016 May, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, AABS Conference, paper: Conviction or Political Rhetoric? Regionalist ideas and the beginning of Estonian diplomacy, 1988–1991”;
2016 April, Estonian War Museum, Tallinn, Estonian War Museum’s 7th Annual Military History Conference, paper: “Visions of Future War and Operational Concepts in the Estonian Military in the 1930s”;
2016 March, Baltic Defence College, Tartu, 7th Annual Baltic Military History Conference, paper: “The ‘Baltic Question’ in the short twentieth century: a lesson too painful to be learned?”;
2016 January, Latvian Academy of Sciences, Riga, International Conference “The Barricades: Civil Resistance to Anti-national Rule and Lessons Learned”, paper: “Estonian Foreign Policy Strategies and Visions for the Future in Early 1991”;
2015 October, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finnish History Days Conference, paper: “Reimaging the Future, and the Monopolisation of Historical Imagination and Diplomacy. Lennart Meri as the Foreign Minister of Estonia from 1990 to 1992”;
2015 September, Herder Institute, Marburg, 11th Conference of Baltic Studies in Europe, organizer of the panel Reimagining Pasts, Reimagining Futures – Reconstructing a Region. Historical Legacies and the Baltic Question at the End of the Cold War;
2015 September, Herder Institute, Marburg, 11th Conference of Baltic Studies in Europe, paper: “Past as Future? Restorers, Reformers and the Construction of Estonian Foreign Policy from 1988 to 1991”;
2015 September, Herder Institute, Marburg, 11th Conference of Baltic Studies in Europe, paper: “The “Grand Alliance” and the Contemporary Reception of the Occupations of the Baltic Republics”;
2015 July, Sciences Po, Paris, 22nd International Conference of Europeanists “Contradictions: Envisioning European Futures”, paper: “Past, Present and the Future in Baltic Revolutions, 1987-1991”;
2015 June, University of Tallinn, 14th Modern History Conference, organizer of panels: "Reimagining Pasts, Reimagining Futures: Historical Legacies and the Baltic question at the End of the Cold War"; and "Estonia, the Baltic states and the Collapse of the Soviet Union".
2015 June, University of Tallinn, 14th Modern History Conference, paper: “Past, Present and the Future in Baltic Revolutions, 1987-1991”;
2015 April, Defence University of Finland, guest lecture: “War in Estonia in 1941-1944 in relation to war in Finland”;
2015 April, Estonian War Museum, conference “Europe after the First World War: birth of national armies on the ruins of empires”, discussant at the concluding panel;
2015 March, Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies, invited presentation: “Estonian foreign policy from 1990 to 1991: establishing state-sanctioned history and sovereign foreign policy”;
2015 February, University of Tartu, “Afghanistan 35”: paper: “The Soviet-Afghan War 1979-1989: Some Clues for Thinking about Ukraine”;
2015 January, Tartu, “Jüri Uluots: üliõpilasest peaministriks”, paper: “Utoopia ja reaalpoliitika? Vabariigi valitsus ja Eesti saadikud eksiilis” [Utopia and realpolitik? The Estonian government and diplomats in exile];
2014 December, University of Helsinki, European Studies, guest lecture: “A House of Cards? The Baltic republics and the break-up of the Soviet Union”;
2014 August, University of Turku, Institute of Contemporary History, project seminar “Reimagining Futures in the European North at the End of the Cold War”, paper: “New research on the Baltic states and the Soviet collapse”;
2014 April, Estonian War Museum, “The Great War in Eastern Europe—different experience, different memories”, paper: “Why support the new states? The views of E.H. Carr and Walter Lippmann on the Baltic states from the First to the Second World War”;
2014 March, University of Yale, Conference on Baltic and Scandinavian Studies, “Estonian ‘information work’ in Sweden, the United States and Britain, 1940–44”;
2013 October, University of Oxford, “Central and Eastern Europe in World Politics after Versailles: Towards a New International History”, paper: “To invite sheer anarchy: national self-determination, the small state, and liberal frustration in the Second World War”;
2013 June, University of Tallinn, 10th conference on Baltic Studies in Europe, paper: “National self-determination, modernisation and the Estonian–Soviet propaganda contest in the 1940s”;
2013 April, Turku-Helsinki, Finland, conference “Public Diplomacy in Context”, paper: “Public diplomacy in total war: Estonian efforts to guide opinion in Sweden, Britain and the United States, 1940–45”;
2012 September, Leicester, UK, Annual Conference of the British International History Group, paper: “Estonia, the USSR and the struggle for British public opinion, 1941–44”;
2012 June, US Military Academy, West Point, Summer Seminar in Military History, paper: “Estonian–Soviet information war, 1941–44”;
2012 June, Estonian National Defence College, Tartu, Symposium “China, Russia and the West: Interests, Images and Relatedness”, introductory note;
2012 May, Museum of Occupations, Riga, Symposium on Timothy Snider’s Bloodlands: Europe between Hitler and Stalin, panel discussion with the author;
2012 April, Kaunas, Conference: “International Relations in Perspective: Sovereignty, Security, and Human Rights”, paper: “Phoenix from ashes: the concept of national self-determination in World War Two”;
2012 January, Tartu, Conference “World War Two in the Baltics”, paper: “Second Front in the West: Estonia, the Baltic question and the struggle for British public opinion, 1941–44”;
2011 October, Tartu, Workshop “History of the Political Ideas in the Baltic Region”, paper: “Federalism in the Baltic: Estonian interpretations of self-determination and sovereignty, 1900–1945”;
2011 May, University of Glasgow, Centre for Russian, Central and East European Studies, Annual Research Forum, paper: “Phoenix from ashes: The concept of national self-determination in World War Two”;
2010 November, Tartu, Conference “The Baltic Sea region and the Cold War”, paper: “A really dead issue: the Baltic question in the European non-settlement at the start of the Cold War”;
2010 October, Warsaw, “Negotiating Modernity” project meeting, paper: “A survey of the history of Estonian political thought”;
2010 March, Sofia, Negotiating Modernity” project meeting, paper: “Estonian political thought during fin-de-siècle”;
2009 September, Belgrade, “Negotiating Modernity” project meeting, paper: “Some aspects of the history of Estonian political thought”;
2009 March, London, UK Baltic Study Group, paper: “The Baltic question in World War Two”;
2008 March, Cambridge, UK, annual conference of the British Association for Slavonic and Eastern European studies (BASEES), paper: “Britain and the Baltic states in the 1940s”;
2007 May, Göttingen, Germany, annual conference of the Baltische Historische Kommission, paper: “Sovietization of the Baltic states in the Eastern European context”.

Publikatsioonid

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17.09.1979
+372 56 577 105
kaarel.piirimae@ut.ee

Career

Institution and occupation
10.06.2017–30.06.2019   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of History and Archaeology, Research Fellow (0,25)
01.01.2016–...   
Estonian War Museum - General Laidoner Museum, Senior Researcher (1,00)
01.02.2018–31.10.2018   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of History and Archaeology, Associate Professor of Contemporary History (0,50)
01.10.2016–31.12.2016   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of History and Archaeology, Research Fellow (1,00)
23.03.2016–30.09.2016   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of History and Archaeology, Research Fellow (1,00)
01.03.2016–22.03.2016   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of History and Archaeology, Research Fellow (0,50)
01.01.2016–29.02.2016   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of History and Archaeology, Research Fellow (0,25)
01.03.2015–31.12.2015   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of History and Archaeology, Research Fellow (0,50)
01.10.2013–28.02.2015   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of History and Archaeology, Research Fellow (0,25)
01.09.2013–31.12.2015   
Estonian National Defence College, Professor (1,00)
01.12.2010–31.08.2013   
Estonian National Defence College, Professor (0,75)
01.10.2010–30.09.2013   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of History and Archaeology, Research Fellow (1,00)
01.02.2010–30.09.2010   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of History and Archaeology, Senior Research Fellow (1,00)
01.01.2010–31.01.2010   
University of Tartu, EuroCollege, University of Tartu, Research Fellow (0,10)
01.01.2009–31.12.2010   
Eesti Ajaloomuuseum
01.01.2002–31.12.2005   
Office of the President of Estonia
 
 
Education
2006–2010   
University of Cambridge, Ph.D student
2005–2006   
University of Cambridge, M.Phil student
2002–2005   
University of Tartu, M.A. student
1999–2000   
University of Göttingen, visiting student
1997–2002   
University of Tartu, B.A. student
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2015−...   
Learner Estonian Society, member
2015−...   
Finnish Historical Society, member
2014−...   
Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies, member
2011−2013   
The Academic Commission of the Council of the ENDC, Chairman
2011−2013   
The Council of the ENDC, member
 
 
Additional career information
2014-2017 Academy of Finland Research Project "Reimagining Futures in the European North at the End of the Cold War", senior researcher;
2014 - co-organizer of the international seminar "The War that Changed the World: Military, Political and Cultural Aspects of the First World War" (Tartu, 6 November 2014);
2013 March-May, University of Turku, Institute of Contemporary History, visiting fellow;
2010-2013 "Negotiating Modernity: History of Modern Political Thought in East-Central Europe", project funded by the European Research Council, associate researcher;
2012, June 1-16, United States Military Academy, West Point Summer Seminar in Military History, fellow;
2011-2012 convenor and organizer of the international conference "World War Two in the Baltics" (Tartu, Estonian Natinoal Defence College, 14-15 January 2012);
June-July 2011, IERES, George Washington University, visiting scholar;
2002 - 2005 adviser-secretary to Lennart Meri, President of Estonia 1992-2001;
2016 - organizer of the annual conference of the Estonian War Museum, "Visions of War: Experience, Imagination and Predictions of War in the Past and the Present" (Tallinn, 19-20 April 2016);
2016 - organizer of the seminar "Perspectives of Estonian Military History" (Estonian National Archives, Tartu, 12 October 2016);
2016 - convenor and organizer of the international conference "The Baltic Crisis, the End of the Cold War, and the Collapse of the Soviet Union" (University of Tartu, 25 November 2016);
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Qualifications

 
 
Honours & awards
2016, Kaarel Piirimäe, Prize for the best article in the journal "Academia" in the year 2016
2016, Kaarel Piirimäe, Stipend (4000 EUR) of the Contemporary History Fund (University of Tartu)
2006, Kaarel Piirimäe, Foundation Archimedes PhD scholarship, University of Cambridge
2005, Kaarel Piirimäe, Cambridge European Trust Scholar
2005, Kaarel Piirimäe, St. John’s College scholarship, University of Cambridge
2005, Kaarel Piirimäe, Foundation Archimedes Kristjan Jaak Peterson scholarship for M.Phil at the University of Cambridge
2005, Kaarel Piirimäe, prize for the second best article in the journal "Akadeemia" in 2005
1999, Kaarel Piirimäe, University of Göttingen, scholarship granted by the Baltische Historische Kommission
 
 
Field of research
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 2. Culture and Society; 2.3. History and Archaeology; SPECIALITY: International history of the Baltic states in 20th cen.; Stalinism in East-Central Europe and the Baltics
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 2. Culture and Society; 2.3. History and Archaeology; CERCS SPECIALTY: H250 Contemporary history (since 1914)
 
 
Additional information
Conference papers, panels, invited presentations
2016 December, Tallinn, International Centre for Defence and Security, conference “The Military Importance of the Estonian Territory in the late Cold War period”, paper: “Baltic Peoples and Territories in Cold-War Military Strategies”;
2016 November, University of Toronto, public lecture: A “Country at a Critical Juncture: Historical Consciousness, and the Struggle over Estonian Foreign Policy, 1990–1991”;
2016 November, University of Toronto, research seminar paper: “Gorbachev’s “Last Trench Line”: Estonian Diplomacy toward the East and the Soviet Crack-down in the Baltic States in January 1991”;
2016 October, University of Minnesota, conference “Post-Cold War. Change and Continuity in the Making of a New World Order at the turn of the 1990s”, paper: “Estonia Has no Time’. Perceptions of the post-Cold War as a Window of Opportunity;
2016 October, Estonian National Archives, seminar “Perspectives of Estonian Military History”, paper: “Kuidas britid Eesti sõjaväge hindasid?” [The British assessment of the Estonian military in the interwar years];
2016 September, University of Edinburgh, Annual Conference of the British International History Group, paper: “The Baltic states and the End of the Cold War, 1990-1991”; and organizer of the panel: "The Baltic crisis, the End of the Cold War and the Collapse of the USSR";
2016 August, Royal Danish Defence Academy, conference “Struggling with the Past—How to Address and Use History in Security and Defense Politics”, paper: “The Estonian armed forces’ perspective on World War Two and the Soviet period”;
2016 August, University of Tampere, Finland, project seminar “Reimagining the Futures in the European North at the End of the Cold War, paper: “Gorbachev’s ‘Last Trench Line’: Estonian Diplomacy toward the East and the Soviet Use of Force against the Baltic States in 1991”;
2016 June, University College London, Institute of Advanced Studies, International Research Seminar “Baltic-Nordic Regionalism: A History of Regional Cooperation and Reconfiguration”, paper: “Conviction or Political Rhetoric? Regionalist ideas and the beginning of Estonian diplomacy, 1988–1991”;
2016 May, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, AABS Conference “Global, Glocal, and Local: Distinction and Interconnection in the Baltic States”, organizer of the panel: “Behind the Scenes: The Baltic States’ Restoration of Diplomatic Relations, 1990-1991”;
2016 May, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, AABS Conference “Global, Glocal, and Local: Distinction and Interconnection in the Baltic States”, paper: “A look from the inside: Estonian diplomatic activities 1990-1991”;
2016 May, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, AABS Conference, paper: Conviction or Political Rhetoric? Regionalist ideas and the beginning of Estonian diplomacy, 1988–1991”;
2016 April, Estonian War Museum, Tallinn, Estonian War Museum’s 7th Annual Military History Conference, paper: “Visions of Future War and Operational Concepts in the Estonian Military in the 1930s”;
2016 March, Baltic Defence College, Tartu, 7th Annual Baltic Military History Conference, paper: “The ‘Baltic Question’ in the short twentieth century: a lesson too painful to be learned?”;
2016 January, Latvian Academy of Sciences, Riga, International Conference “The Barricades: Civil Resistance to Anti-national Rule and Lessons Learned”, paper: “Estonian Foreign Policy Strategies and Visions for the Future in Early 1991”;
2015 October, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finnish History Days Conference, paper: “Reimaging the Future, and the Monopolisation of Historical Imagination and Diplomacy. Lennart Meri as the Foreign Minister of Estonia from 1990 to 1992”;
2015 September, Herder Institute, Marburg, 11th Conference of Baltic Studies in Europe, organizer of the panel Reimagining Pasts, Reimagining Futures – Reconstructing a Region. Historical Legacies and the Baltic Question at the End of the Cold War;
2015 September, Herder Institute, Marburg, 11th Conference of Baltic Studies in Europe, paper: “Past as Future? Restorers, Reformers and the Construction of Estonian Foreign Policy from 1988 to 1991”;
2015 September, Herder Institute, Marburg, 11th Conference of Baltic Studies in Europe, paper: “The “Grand Alliance” and the Contemporary Reception of the Occupations of the Baltic Republics”;
2015 July, Sciences Po, Paris, 22nd International Conference of Europeanists “Contradictions: Envisioning European Futures”, paper: “Past, Present and the Future in Baltic Revolutions, 1987-1991”;
2015 June, University of Tallinn, 14th Modern History Conference, organizer of panels: "Reimagining Pasts, Reimagining Futures. Historical Legacies and the Baltic question at the End of the Cold War", and "Estonia, the Baltic states and the Collapse of the Soviet Union".
2015 June, University of Tallinn, 14th Modern History Conference, paper: “Past, Present and the Future in Baltic Revolutions, 1987-1991”;
2015 April, Defence University of Finland, guest lecture: “War in Estonia in 1941-1944 in relation to war in Finland”;
2015 April, Estonian War Museum, conference “Europe after the First World War: birth of national armies on the ruins of empires”, discussant at the concluding panel;
2015 March, Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies, invited presentation: “Estonian foreign policy from 1990 to 1991: establishing state-sanctioned history and sovereign foreign policy”;
2015 February, University of Tartu, “Afghanistan 35”: paper: “The Soviet-Afghan War 1979-1989: Some Clues for Thinking about Ukraine”;
2015 January, Tartu, “Jüri Uluots: üliõpilasest peaministriks”, paper: “Utoopia ja reaalpoliitika? Vabariigi valitsus ja Eesti saadikud eksiilis” [Utopia and realpolitik? The Estonian government and diplomats in exile];
2014 December, University of Helsinki, European Studies, guest lecture: “A House of Cards? The Baltic republics and the break-up of the Soviet Union”;
2014 August, University of Turku, Institute of Contemporary History, project seminar “Reimagining Futures in the European North at the End of the Cold War”, paper: “New research on the Baltic states and the Soviet collapse”;
2014 April, Estonian War Museum, “The Great War in Eastern Europe—different experience, different memories”, paper: “Why support the new states? The views of E.H. Carr and Walter Lippmann on the Baltic states from the First to the Second World War”;
2014 March, University of Yale, Conference on Baltic and Scandinavian Studies, “Estonian ‘information work’ in Sweden, the United States and Britain, 1940–44”;
2013 October, University of Oxford, “Central and Eastern Europe in World Politics after Versailles: Towards a New International History”, paper: “To invite sheer anarchy: national self-determination, the small state, and liberal frustration in the Second World War”;
2013 June, University of Tallinn, 10th conference on Baltic Studies in Europe, paper: “National self-determination, modernisation and the Estonian–Soviet propaganda contest in the 1940s”;
2013 April, Turku-Helsinki, Finland, conference “Public Diplomacy in Context”, paper: “Public diplomacy in total war: Estonian efforts to guide opinion in Sweden, Britain and the United States, 1940–45”;
2012 September, Leicester, UK, Annual Conference of the British International History Group, paper: “Estonia, the USSR and the struggle for British public opinion, 1941–44”;
2012 June, US Military Academy, West Point, Summer Seminar in Military History, paper: “Estonian–Soviet information war, 1941–44”;
2012 June, Estonian National Defence College, Tartu, Symposium “China, Russia and the West: Interests, Images and Relatedness”, introductory note;
2012 May, Museum of Occupations, Riga, Symposium on Timothy Snider’s Bloodlands: Europe between Hitler and Stalin, panel discussion with the author;
2012 April, Kaunas, Conference: “International Relations in Perspective: Sovereignty, Security, and Human Rights”, paper: “Phoenix from ashes: the concept of national self-determination in World War Two”;
2012 January, Tartu, Conference “World War Two in the Baltics”, paper: “Second Front in the West: Estonia, the Baltic question and the struggle for British public opinion, 1941–44”;
2011 October, Tartu, Workshop “History of the Political Ideas in the Baltic Region”, paper: “Federalism in the Baltic: Estonian interpretations of self-determination and sovereignty, 1900–1945”;
2011 May, University of Glasgow, Centre for Russian, Central and East European Studies, Annual Research Forum, paper: “Phoenix from ashes: The concept of national self-determination in World War Two”;
2010 November, Tartu, Conference “The Baltic Sea region and the Cold War”, paper: “A really dead issue: the Baltic question in the European non-settlement at the start of the Cold War”;
2010 October, Warsaw, “Negotiating Modernity” project meeting, paper: “A survey of the history of Estonian political thought”;
2010 March, Sofia, Negotiating Modernity” project meeting, paper: “Estonian political thought during fin-de-siècle”;
2009 September, Belgrade, “Negotiating Modernity” project meeting, paper: “Some aspects of the history of Estonian political thought”;
2009 March, London, UK Baltic Study Group, paper: “The Baltic question in World War Two”;
2008 March, Cambridge, UK, annual conference of the British Association for Slavonic and Eastern European studies (BASEES), paper: “Britain and the Baltic states in the 1940s”;
2007 May, Göttingen, Germany, annual conference of the Baltische Historische Kommission, paper: “Sovietization of the Baltic states in the Eastern European context”.

Publications

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Year
Publication
 
3.1.
2018
6.3.
2018
1.1.
2017
1.2.
2017
1.2.
2017
1.3.
2017
1.3.
2017
1.3.
2017
3.1.
2017
4.1.
2017
4.1.
2017
6.3.
2017
6.3.
2017
6.6.
2017
6.6.
2017
6.9.
2017
6.9.
2017
1.1.
2016
1.1.
2016
1.1.
2016
1.1.
2016
1.3.
2016
4.1.
2016
4.1.
2016
6.3.
2016
6.3.
2016
6.3.
2016
6.8.
2016
6.8.
2016
1.1.
2015
3.1.
2015
3.1.
2015
5.2.
2015
5.2.
2015
5.2.
2015
6.6.
2015
6.6.
2015
6.6.
2015
1.1.
2014
1.3.
2014
1.3.
2014
2.1.
2014
3.1.
2014
3.1.
2014
4.1.
2014
6.6.
2014
6.9.
2014
6.6.
2013
6.6.
2013
1.1.
2012
1.1.
2012
1.1.
2012
1.2.
2012
1.2.
2012
3.1.
2012
4.1.
2012
6.6.
2012
6.7.
2012
1.1.
2011
1.1.
2010
6.6.
2010
6.6.
2010
1.1.
2009
1.2.
2009
6.6.
2009
1.1.
2008
6.6.
2008
1.2.
2007
1.2.
2007
3.2.
2007
3.2.
2007
6.6.
2007
1.3.
2006
6.6.
2006
6.6.
2006
6.6.
2005
6.7.
2005
1.3.
2004
6.6.
2004
6.7.
2003
  • Leitud 5 kirjet
ProgrammLiikNumberNimiProjekti algusProjekti lõppVastutav täitjaAsutusFinantseerijapoolne rahastamine
ERMOSERMOS12A Phoenix from ashes? The concept of national self-determination in World War Two01.10.201030.09.2013Kaarel PiirimäeTartu Ülikool; Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond92 671,89 EUR
SFSF0180050s09Eesti Külma sõja ajastul01.01.200931.12.2014Tõnu-Andrus TannbergTartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond281 773,26 EUR
MUULFLAJ13086Eesti sõjaajalugu maailma sõjanduse arengute kontekstis01.07.201330.06.2019Tõnu-Andrus TannbergTartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut; Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut259 452,00 EUR
PUTPUT683Eesti, Balti riigid ja Nõukogude Liidu kokkuvarisemine: uusi perspektiive Külma sõja lõppemisele01.01.201531.12.2016Kaarel PiirimäeTartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut67 680,00 EUR
ETFETF5715Nõukogude Eesti aastatel 1944-1953. Sovetiseerimise mehhanismid ja tagajärjed Nõukogude Liidu ja Ida-Euroopa arengute kontekstis01.01.200431.12.2007Tõnu-Andrus TannbergTartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond41 312,48 EUR