KIVIMÄE, JÜRI Contact Areas of Interest

Kivimäe, Jüri
Sidney Smith Hall, Room 2056
100 St George Street
Toronto, ON  M5S 3G3
t: 416-946-0970
e: jkivimae@chass.utoronto.ca
  • Fifteenth and sixteenth-century Europe, focusing on economic, social and cultural history of the Baltic sea region and especially on medieval Livonia

About

PhD (Inst. of History, Estonian Academy of Sciences)

Professor Kivimäe teaches in the Department of History. He has published in the fields of Hanseatic trade, history of Lutheran Reformation, everyday life and late medieval urban history (Aspects of Daily Life in Medieval Estonia, 1966), national historiography and modern Estonia (Tallinn in Fire. Soviet Air-Raid to Tallinn in March 1944, 1966). He is currently working on a history of culture of writing and printed books in sixteenth-century Estonia.

 Selected publications

<p”>Women, the Devil, and a Cat’s Head: the Trial of Anna and Tobbe Mall in Reval, 1594 (2003)

Tallinn in Fire. Soviet Air-Raid to Tallinn in March 1944 (1997)

Aspects of Daily Life in Medieval Estonia, 1996