Supported by the European Union Structural Funds, the Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts (GSCSA) is a joint venture of four Estonian universities: Tallinn University (coordinator of GSCSA), University of Tartu, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and Estonian Academy of Arts.
GSCSA was established to advance the academic level of PhD programmes of culture studies and arts in Estonia, and to integrate institutionally and administratively separated reseachers of culture. The project will run for 6 years, from 2014 to 2020, and it is aimed, first and foremost, towards graduate students enrolled in the following PhD programmes:
Tallinn University: 1) studies of cultures; 2) history.
University of Tartu: 1) literature and cultural research; 2) history; 3) semiotics and culture studies (main subject culture and nature); 4) Germanic and Romance languages and literatures (main subject literature); 5) theology.
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre: 1) musicology; 2) dramatic art; 3) music.
Estonian Academy of Arts: 1) art history; 2) art and design; 3) protection of cultural heritage and conservation; 4) architecture and town planning.
Krista Kodres (Ph.D), representative of Estonian Academy of Arts
Anne Kull (Ph.D), representative of University of Tartu
Kristin Kuutma (Ph.D), representative of University of Tartu
Kristel Pappel (Ph.D), representative of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
Tõnu Viik (Ph.D), representative of Tallinn University
The Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts (GSCSA) is a joint venture of four Estonian universities: Tallinn University (coordinator of GSCSA) , University of Tartu, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and Estonian Academy of Arts.
The partners of GSCSA also include Under and Tuglas Literature Centre of the Estonian Academy of Sciencies, Estonian Literary Museum and Zentrum für Theorie und Methodik der Kulturwissenschaften (Philosophische Fakultät, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen), Estonian Arnold Schoenberg Society. New partners from autumn 2016 are Art Museum of Estonia and the Centre of Excellence in Estonian Studies
In case of university-specific problems one can also directly turn to the local GSCSA coordinator:
Tallinn University: Doris Feldmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) (on maternity leave since May 3, 2018)
University of Tartu: Kaija Rumm (email@example.com)
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre: Aleksandra Dolgopolova (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Estonian Academy of Arts: Elika Kiilo ( email@example.com)
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