Thursday, 26 November
Signing of the University of Tartu and Estonian Folk Culture Centre cooperation agreement and public debate on “Folk culture and national science in today’s society”, at Jakobi 2, room 114.
Opening of the exhibition of PhD theses defended at the University of Tartu from 1 December 2014 until 1 December 2015. At the UT Library in the main hall on the 2nd floor.
Friday, 27 November
Opening of glass artist Ivo Lill’s exhibition “Memory Code” (“Mälukiri”) at the University of Tartu Art Museum.
Monday, 30 November
Lecture by UT Honorary Doctor of Economics Professor Mark F. Peterson “Culture differences and their implications for business and government” at Narva mnt 4, room A314.
Tuesday, 1 December
Ceremony to mark the 96th anniversary of Estonia’s national university: anniversary lecture, conferment of honorary doctorates and PhD degrees, presentation of the university’s award for contribution to Estonian national identity. In the assembly hall of the University of Tartu. Live webcast of the ceremony on www.uttv.ee.
Torchlight procession of university members. Gathering in front of the Vanemuise 46 building.
Anniversary ball in Vanemuine Concert Hall. Tickets are sold at the office of the Student Council and at ticketing desks of Piletimaailm and Piletilevi. Additional information: www.tyye.ut.ee/ball
Wednesday, 2 December
Lecture-seminar by UT Honorary Doctor of Humanities Thomas Salumets “Sophisticated simplicity: Pärt–Richter–Kaplinski” in von Bock building (Ülikooli 16) in room 212.
Presentation of stipends awarded by the University of Tartu Foundation at the UT café.
Friday, 4 December
Conference to celebrate the 96th anniversary of Estonia’s national university “Autochthony and the Stranger in Estonian Intellectual History“ (in Estonian), in the university main building, room 139. Organised by the Faculty of Philosophy and the University of Tartu Museum.
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19 November 2015 – 15 January 2016 Exhibition of blankets made as pattern copies by students of Estonian Native Textile at the UT Viljandi Culture Academy in the lobby of the UT main building.