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Grishakova, Marina (2023). La complexité organisée: l'art comme un cas modèle. Dans le chapitre: John Pier, Demian Battaglia, Marina Grishakova, Maria Poulaki et Richard Walsh. Hasard et sciences de la complexité. Duprat, Anne. Figures du Hasard: L'imaginaire de la contingence en Occident. II. Figurer le hasard: questions de théorie. Bern-Berlin-Brussels-Frankfurt am Main-New York-Oxford-Wien: Peter Lang [ilmumas].3.1.
Grishakova, Marina (2023). Organized Complexity and Chance: Art as a Model Case. Subchapter in: Pier, John, Demian Battaglia, Marina Grishakova, Maria Poulaki, and Richard Walsh. Chance from the Perspective of the Complexity Sciences. In: Duprat, Anne (Ed.). Figures of Chance: Imagination and Contingency in the West II. Figuring chance: questions of theory. Bern-Berlin-Brussels-Frankfurt am Main-New York-Oxford-Wien: Peter Lang [ilmumas].3.1.
Jensen, Carsten Selch (2022). The Sword Brethren. Abingdon, UK: Taylor and Francis [ilmumas].2.1.
Annist, Aet (2021). Challenging dispossessions and anthropology? Estonian migrants coping with transnational postsocialism. Critique of Anthropology [ilmumas].1.1.
Jakobson, Mari-Liis; Saarts, Tõnis; Kalev, Leif (2021). Institutionalization of transnationalizing political parties: the case of the Conservative People’s Party of Estonia. Comparative Migration Studies [ilmumas].1.1.
Bimler, David; Uusküla, Mari (2021). TWO INDICES ARE BETTER THAN ONE: BUILDING ON ROBBINS, NOLAN AND CHEN (2017). Field Methods, 33 (1), xx−xx [ilmumas].1.1.
Särg, Taive (2021). Elava rahvalaulu juurde jõudmine: Herbert Tampere isiksuse ja vaadete kujunemine. Mäetagused [ilmumas].1.2.
Mänd, Anu (2021). Die Schätze der Kirchen und Gilden. Das Altargerät im mittelalterlichen Livland. Petersberg: Michael Imhof Verlag [ilmumas].2.1.
Undusk, Rein (2021). Rhetoric of Culture. The Case of Infinity. Tallinn: Underi ja Tuglase Kirjanduskeskus [ilmumas].2.1.
Heli Reimann (2021). Tallinn '67 jazz festival: cultural memory of jazz. Routledge, Transnational Studies in Jazz series: Routledge [ilmumas].2.1.
Jensen, Carsten Selch (2021). The Battle of Lyndanisse. Leeds, UK: ARC Humanities Press [ilmumas].2.1.
Kupp-Sazonov, Sirje; Sazonov, Vladimir (2021). TSAAR IVAN JULM – EKSTRAVAGANTNE KIRJASÕBER. Tallinn: Äripäev [ilmumas].2.1.
Särg, Taive; Kõmmus, Helen (2021). Bagpipe is singing: the character and functions of labajalg or flat foot waltz songs from the island of Hiiumaa. In: Mari Sarv; Taive Särg (Ed.). Expressions and Impressions: Personal and Communal Aspects of Traditional Singing. Helsinki: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura [ilmumas].3.1.
Simm, Kadri (2021). Benefit-sharing: from compensation to collaboration. In: Graeme Laurie, Edward Dove (Ed.). CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF HEALTH RESEARCH REGULATION (xx−xxx). Cambridge University Press [ilmumas].3.1.
Oras, Janika; Kalkun, Andreas; Saarlo, Liina (2021). Collaboration, nationalism and individual creativity: The political uses of traditional song in the performance practices of Stalinist Estonia. In: Mari Sarv, Taive Särg (Ed.). Expressions and Impressions: Personal and Communal Aspects of Traditional Singing. Helsinki: Finnish Literary Society. (Studia Fennica Folkloristica) [ilmumas].3.1.
Mäkelä, Hanna (2021). Donna Tartt. In: O’Donnell, Patrick; Larkin, Lesley; Burn, Stephen (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Fiction, 1980-2020. Chicester, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd) [ilmumas].3.1.
Saarlo, Liina (2021). Feodor in the Shadow of the Wonderland. Singing Tradition of the Räpp Family. In: Mari Sarv & Taive Särg (Ed.). Expressions and Impressions: Personal and Communal Aspects of Traditional Singing (1−12). Helsinki: Finnish Literary Society [ilmumas].3.1.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2021). In Search of the Lost masterpieces, Ethnic Identity, and Democracy: the Belarusian Case. In: Marion Bowman, Ülo Valk (Ed.). Contesting Authority: Vernacular Knowledge and Alternative Beliefs. Equinox. 10.1558/equinox.29207 [ilmumas].3.1.
Pikner, T., Palang, H. (2021). Movements, care and dispersed peri-urban landscapes evoked by dacha allotment gardens of Narva. In: M. Häyrynen, J.Häkli and J. Saarinen (Ed.). Landscape, Environment, Emotion (xx). Brill [ilmumas].3.1.
Grishakova, Marina (2021). The fascination of failure and other paradoxes of art. In: Kiss, Miklós, and Steven Willemsen (Ed.). Puzzling Stories: The aesthetic appeal of cognitive challenge in literature & film. New York-Oxford : Berghahn Books [ilmumas].3.1.
Elo Süld (2021).

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Kooskora, Mari; Vilumets, Ülane (2021). The Role of Meaningful Work in the Context of Startup Events and Entrepreneurial Activities. In: Nayan Mitra, René Schmidpeter (Ed.). Corporate Social Responsibility in Rising Economies (1). Springer. (CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance) [ilmumas].3.1.
Randma-Liiv, T; Lember, V. (2021). Engaging Citizens in Policy Making: e-Participation Practices in Europe. Edward Elgar [ilmumas].4.1.
Willemsen, Steven & Kiss, Miklós (2021). Puzzling Stories: The Aesthetic Appeal of Cognitive Challenge in Film, Literature & Television. New York & London: Berghahn Books [ilmumas].4.1.
Laanes, Eneken; Meretoja, Hanna (2021). Special Issue: Cultural Memorial Forms. In: Memory Studies (xx−xx). Sage [ilmumas].4.1.