Bikini pictures are not OK. Teachers’ self-representation and interaction on social media: opinions and experiences of students

Andra Siibak, Marleen Otsus The interaction between teachers and students has changed in the age of social media and has raised many new legal, ethical and professional questions (Russo, Squelch, Varnham 2010). Because of the social convergence dominant in social media (boyd 2008) teachers and students have become each other’s nightmare readers (Marwick, boyd 2010)

To speak of history – as partners

Milvi Martina Piir The present theoretical-probing article focuses on the discourse of history that is directed to the broader public and aims to be generally educational. It is distinct from the purely academic approach in its didactic and value educational aspect. The article analyses the discursive biases of three intertwined categories – gender, class, and

Artistic interventions: gender, nation and the Afghanistan mission

Redi Koobak This article explores state-commissioned war art as a particular means of reproducing nationalism and suggests that further in-depth study of this type of war art broadens the critical reflection on contemporary war narratives and military deaths. A critical reading of artistic representations produced as a response to the ISAF mission in Afghanistan explores

Feminist feast in Estonia: Ladyfest cultural festival in 2011-2018

Katrin Kivimaa The beginning of the 2000s saw the emergence of a new generation of feminist artists and creative talents who, on the one hand, built on what had been created in the 1990s but, on the other hand, also increasingly stepped outside of the local and disciplinary frameworks. A series of new communication and

Lilli Suburg’s article “Couples and Singles”

Eve Annuk The article is dedicated to the essay “Couples and Singles” published by Lilli Suburg (1841-1924), the first Estonian feminist, writer, journalist and educator, in her magazine Linda in 1887. In this essay Suburg focuses on the topic of single women, highlighting social prejudices about them and presenting arguments against these negative attitudes. Suburg

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Ariadne’s Clew is the first and only ascademic journal of gender studies in Estonia. It is an Estonian Women’s Studies and Resource Centre’s (ENUT) publication, appearing regularly since the year 2000.  Ariadne’s Clew presents articles in the fields of history, psychology, philosophy, religion, ethnology, health, folklore, literature, the arts, sociology, economics, political science, law, demography, pedagogy, geography, and