Doctorand in ethnology at CBEES, Södertörn University.

Beate Feldmann

Ph.D. student in ethnology at CBEES, Södertörn University. The essay in this issue of BW is a part of her forthcoming doctoral thesis.

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Articles by Beate Feldmann

  1. new meaning to urban space

    While negotiations and controversies about the future of Linnahall in Talinn continue, people, not only traceurs but also beer-drinking youths and lovers, are mounting an opposition to the visions of investors and planners of remaking the space into an attractive enclave for the affluent.

  2. Garrisons Towns. in the Baltic Sea Area

    The geopolitical situation shaped life on the islands of Gotland, Rügen, and Saaremaa. They became garrison islands and the presence of the military transformed daily life. After the Cold War, the military left the islands.

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