Learning Yiddish and Searching for Jewish Lithuania: Laura Esther Wolfson

Learning Yiddish and Searching for Jewish Lithuania: Laura Esther Wolfson

Laura Esther Wolfson's collection of non-fiction covers the author’s life and travels in the United States, France and the former Soviet Union, including a couple of interludes in LithuaniaContinue Reading →

Being Non-Binary in a Language Without Gendered Pronouns – Estonian

Being Non-Binary in a Language Without Gendered Pronouns – Estonian

Gendered languages pose problems for identity expression. But what about genderless languages? Does Estonian offer a natural home for the nonbinary?Continue Reading →

“Minu Nimi On… Kevin?” Estonia a Safe Haven for a Demonised Name

“Minu Nimi On… Kevin?” Estonia a Safe Haven for a Demonised Name

In a land where other people are named Tiit, Peep, Slava, and Rasmus, Kevin is safe and sound.Continue Reading →

The Best of the Best: Why Mark Shapiro of Laika Studios Loves Estonian Animation

The Best of the Best: Why Mark Shapiro of Laika Studios Loves Estonian Animation

"I think Estonian films are unique and proven; comedic, tragic, irreverent, often with world class scores. The best of the best."Continue Reading →