About the article
Peeter Selg (b. 1979) is a senior research fellow at Tallinn University and the University of Tampere 〈email@example.com〉. His research interests include political theory, political analysis, methodology of the social sciences, and discourse theory. His publications include “A political-semiotic introduction to the Estonian ‘bronze-night’ discourse” (2013) and “The politics of theory and the constitution of meaning” (2013).
Rein Ruutsoo (b. 1947) is a professor at Tallinn University and associate professor at the University of Helsinki 〈firstname.lastname@example.org〉. His research interests include theory of civil society, transnationalization, and post-communist transition. His publications include “Center and periphery: perestroika and ideas of political reform” (in Estonian, 2012); and “Becoming postnational? Citizenship as discourse and practice among ‘transnationals’ ” (with Mari-Liis Jakobson & Leif Kalev, 2012).
Published Online: 2014-10-01
Published in Print: 2014-10-01