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Tamm, Anne; Vainikka, Anne (2019). Uralic Syntax. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press [ilmumas].2.1.
Raju, M.; Välja, L., Ross, J. (2019). How the musical culture is reflected in the choice of favorite songs of Estonian children. In: Frank Russo, Beatriz Ilari, and Annabel Cohen (Ed.). Routledge Companion to Interdisciplinary Studies in Singing: Volume I Development (xx−xx). Routledge [ilmumas].3.1.
Kangor, Eero, ... (2019). Eesti Vabariik 1918-1940. VI Vaimu- ja argielu. Kunst. Olev Liivik (Toim.). Tallinna ajalugu (xxx−xxx). Tallinn: Tallinna Linnaarhiiv [ilmumas].3.2.
Gortfelder, Mark (2019). Tallinn 1918-1940: linna juhtimine ja riik, poliitiline ja ühiskondlik elu. Tallinna ajalugu (x−xx). Tallinna Linnaarhiiv [ilmumas].3.2.
Kangor, Eero (2019). Vene aeg 1877–1917. VI Vaimu- ja argielu. Kunst. Olev Liivik (Toim.). Tallinna ajalugu (xxx−xxx). Tallinn: Tallinna Linnaarhiiv.<a href='http://dx.doi.org/_Ilmumisekinnituskiri' target='_blank'>_Ilmumisekinnituskiri</a> [ilmumas].3.2.
Kangor, Eero, ... (2019). Eesti Vabariik 1941-1991. VI Vaimu- ja argielu. Kunst. Olev Liivik (Toim.). Tallinna ajalugu (xxx−xxx). Tallinn: Tallinna Linnaarhiiv [ilmumas].6.6.
Mets, Ave (2018). Female mountain, masculine mining: an interpretation of Entbergen. Eidos. Revista de Filosofía de la Universidad del Norte, xx−yy [ilmumas].1.1.
Mölder, Holger; Sazonov, Vladimi (2018). Information Warfare as the Hobbesian concept of Modern Times – Principles, Techniques and Tools of Russian Information Operations in Donbass. Journal of Slavic Military Studies, 31, x−x.<a href='http://dx.doi.org/x' target='_blank'>x</a> [ilmumas].1.1.
Marling, Raili; Koobak, Redi (2018). Intersections of Feminisms and Neoliberalism: Post-state-socialist Estonia in Transnational Feminist Framework. Frontiers: A Journal of Women&#39;s Studies, 39 (1), xx [ilmumas].1.1.
Kulmar, Tarmo (2018). On a Possible Characteristic of the Governing System of Pharaoh Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten). Folklore. Electronic Journal of Folklore, xx [ilmumas].1.1.
Kostakis, V.; Bauwens, M. (2018). Peer-to-Peer: The Commons Manifesto. London: Westminster University Press [ilmumas].2.1.
Sein, Karin; Kalamees, Piia (2018). Study for the Fitness Check of EU consumer and marketing law. Final report Part 3 – Country reporting. Estonia. 313−345.2.5.
Srinivasan, Seshadhri; Saravanakumar, G.; Subathra, B.; Sundarajan, N.; Kotta, Ülle; Ramaswami, Srini; Balas, Valentina E. (2018). Adaptive controller for networked control systems subjected to random communication delays. <i>Soft Computing Applications.</i> Ed. Balas, V.E.; et al. Springer, x. (Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing; 633).<a href='http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-62521-8_8' target='_blank'>10.1007/978-3-319-62521-8_8</a> [ilmumas].3.1.
Nummela, N. (2018). Bringing ’I’ into ’E’— what could it mean? Reflections on the past, present and future of International Entrepreneurship research. In: Blackburn, R., De Clercq, D., Heinonen, J. (Ed.). SAGE Handbook of Entrepreneurship and Small Business (443−453). London: Sage Publications Ltd [ilmumas].3.1.
Pettai, V. and E.-C. Pettai (2018). Dealing with the Past: Post-Communist Transitional Justice. In: Petr Kopecky and Adam Fagan (Ed.). Routledge Handbook on East European Politics (xx−xx). Routledge Taylor &amp; Francis Ltd [ilmumas].3.1.
Rahi-Tamm, Aigi (2018). Doubly Marginalized People: The Hidden Stories of Estonian Society (1940-1960). In: Lazar Fleishman, Amir Weiner (Ed.). War, Revolution, and Governance: The Baltic Countries in the Twentieth Century (xx−xx). Stanford University: Academic Studies Press [ilmumas].3.1.
Markus, Elena; Rozhanskiy, Fedor (2018). Ingrian. In: Johanna Laakso, Marianne Bakró-Nagy, Elena Skribnik (Ed.). The Oxford Guide to the Uralic Languages (x−x). Oxford University Press [ilmumas].3.1.
Wagner, Wolfgang; Kello, Katrin; Rämmer, Andu (2018). Making Social Objects: Social Representation Theory. In: J. Valsiner; A. Rosa (Ed.). The Cambridge Handbook of Sociocultural Psychology, 2nd edition (xx−xx). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press [ilmumas].3.1.
Pilving, Ivo; Ernits, Madis (2018). Verwaltungsgerichtsbarkeit in Estland: Geschichte und Gegenwart. Sommermann, Karl-Peter; Schaffarzik, Bert. Handbuch der Geschichte der Verwaltungsgerichtsbarkeit in Deutschland und Europa. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag [ilmumas].3.1.
Jõesalu, Kirsti (2018). We were children of romantic era&#39;: nostalgia and the non-ideological everyday through a perspective of &quot;silent generation&quot;. In: Ene Kõresaar (Ed.). Baltic Socialism Remembered: Memory and Life Story since 1989 (xx−xx). Routledge Taylor &amp; Francis Ltd [ilmumas].3.1.
Kitsnik, Lauri (2018). Dancer, doctor, maiden, mother: Tanaka Kinuyo’s early star image. In: Gonzalez, Irene; Smith, Michael (Ed.). Tanaka Kinuyo: Nation, Stardom and Female Subjectivity (?−?). Edinburgh University Press [ilmumas].3.2.
Viiding, Kristi (2018). German Academies, Baltic Alumni and Obligatio Mutua in the Early Modern Times. In: Lindberg, Bo (Ed.). Early modern academic culture (x−xx). Stockholm: Royal Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities [ilmumas].3.2.
Kõresaar, Ene (2018). Memory of World War II and the Politics of Recognition: An Outline of the Post-1989 Mnemohistory of Estonian “Freedom-Fighters”. In: Laxar Fleischman, Amir Weiner (Ed.). War, Revolution, and Governance: the Baltic Countries in the Twentieth Century (xx−xx). Brighton, MA &amp; London: Academic Studies Press [ilmumas].3.2.
Bauwens, M.; Kostakis, V. (2018). Peer-to-Peer: A Manifesto for Commons Transition. In: E. O. Wright and P. Barrett (Ed.). Envisioning Real Utopias II (xx−xx). New York: Verso [ilmumas].3.2.
Polese, A.; Morris, J.; Pawłusz, E.; Seliverstova, O. (Eds.) (2018). Identity and Nation Building in Everyday Post-Socialist Life. In: . routledge. (Routledge Contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe Series).<a href='http://dx.doi.org/.' target='_blank'>.</a> [ilmumas].4.1.