Posted by Emily Henderson
Heartened. How's that for an opener? It was my privilege this past August to present a paper at the European Association for Social Anthropologists biennial conference, hosted by Tallin University in Estonia. The theme was ‘Collaboration, Intimacy and Revolution’, in honour of Estonia’s 25th anniversary of their struggle and success in gaining independence from Russia after the Soviet fall.
|The city of Tallin, Estonia|
|Brown peaty waters of the bogs, Lahemaa National Park|
|Lantern collection at the Kasmu Sea Museum, on the Baltic Sea|
Past, present, future
|Life grows out of a deserted Soviet submarine |
base, on the Baltic Sea
This trip was funded very generously by Fuse and Durham University’s Centre for Public Policy and Health (WHO Collaborating Centre on Complex Health Systems Research, Knowledge and Action).