Tribal Club 2023: back in the Institute of the Estonian Language
The Fenno-Ugria Tribal Club is held in the Great Hall of the Estonian Language Institute every two weeks. There will be no live broadcasts of the events, but they will be recorded and available to watch on the Fenno-Ugria website.
The organiser of the Fenno-Ugria Tribal Club is Jaak Prozes.
The 25 January Tribal Club is dedicated to the Sámi and the upcoming Sámi National Day, see: Tribal Club: Who in fact are the Sámi?
On 8 February, we will talk about the 2020-2021 censuses in Estonia and the Russian Federation. The results of the censuses in the Republic of Estonia and the Russian Federation have recently been announced. What do these results tell us about our linguistic diversity compared to previous censuses? What conclusions can we draw from the Russian census and how have the Finno-Ugric peoples there fared? Linguist Jüri Viikberg (Institute of the Estonian Language) and historian Jaak Prozes (Fenno-Ugria) will present and discuss the census results.
The Tribal Club will take place regularly during the spring season on 22 February, 8 March, 22 March, 5 April, 19 April and 3 May.