E009 - Cultural Geography With Taavi Pae

Posted on Tuesday, Oct 20, 2020
Today we talk with Cultural Geographer Associate Professor Taavi Pae from our Department of Geography here at the University of Tartu.

Show Notes

For today’s episode we have Associate Professor Taavi Pae from the Chair of Human Geography and Regional Planning here at the department of geography in Tartu. Taavi is a Geographer and knows Estonia very well. Furthermore, he is well known in Estonia, in particular recently for the National Atlas and the special letter ‘Õ’ !

Enjoy the interview.

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Guests

Taavi Pae

Taavi Pae

Taavi Pae is associated professor of Estonian geography at the Department of Geography of the University of Tartu. His research topics are history of Estonian geography and cartography, but also onomastics and different aspects of Estonian cultural geography. He is a compiler of The National Atlas of Estonia and author of many popular scientific articles about Estonia geography.

Hosts

Alex Kmoch

Alex Kmoch

Alex is a Researcher with many years of experience in geospatial data management and web- and cloud-based geoprocessing with a particular focus on land use, soils, hydrology, hydrogeology and water quality data. His interests include OGC standards and web-services for environmental and geo-scientific data sharing, modelling workflows and interactive geo-scientific visualisation. Alex is currently a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellow (MSCA) at the Department of geography of the University of Tartu, Estonia.

Tahmin Sitab

Tahmin Sitab

Tahmin Sitab is a masters student at the Geoinformatics for Urbanised society programme at University of Tartu. He did his bachelors in anthropology from Bangladesh. He is interested in the intersection of sociology and geography and almost every other topic. He firmly believes that you can love both a cat and a dog.