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I have been a lecturer and a professor in the University of Tartu since 1976 in the fields of history and archival studies. I have participated in international science projects and have published five books. During the Singing Revolution, I became an activist of the Popular Front. In 1991, I worked as the Head of the Estonian Information Bureau in Stockholm. In 2001–2015, I worked as the Chairman of Tartu City Council (at intervals, while also serving as an MP). I was a member of the Cultural Affairs Committee in the 11th and 12th Riigikogu.


Cultural Affairs Committee
Electoral district: City of Tartu

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Aadu Must

AADU MUST

City of Tartu electoral district

25 March 1951 in Pärnu
Married, four daughters

Education: Tartu Secondary School No. 7 in 1969; University of Tartu, history (cum laude) 1976; Candidate of History (equivalent of PhD) 1985

Career: Tori Cultural Centre, Artistic Director 1971–1973; University of Tartu, lecturer 1976–, Senior Researcher 1989–1991, History Department, Assistant Professor 1993–1997, Head of the Chair of Archival Studies 1994–1997, Professor 1997–, Head of History Department 2004–2006; Estonian Information Bureau in Stockholm, Head 1991

Party affiliation: Estonian Centre Party 1996–, member of the Board

Membership in representative bodies: Congress of Estonia; Committee of Estonia; 11th Riigikogu 2007–2009, 12th Riigikogu 2011–2013 (Deputy Chairman of the Cultural Affairs Committee), 13th Riigikogu (Deputy Chairman of the Cultural Affairs Committee 2015–2016, Chairman 2016–); Tartu City Council 1989–1991, 1999–2001, Chairman 2001–2007, 2009–2011, 2013–2015, 2017–

Awards: Order of the White Star, 4th class 2005; Knight’s Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland 2005; Grand Officer of the Order of Orange-Nassau of the Netherlands 2008

Other activities: history journal Kleio/Ajalooline Ajakiri, re-founder, Editor-in-Chief 1988–2003; Tartu University Press, Management Board –2007; National Library of Estonia, Member of the Supervisory Board 2007–2009 and 2015–2017; Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Member of the Board of Trustees 2015–; Presidium of the Baltic Assembly 2011–2013 and 2015–; Baltic Assembly, President (2017), Vice-President (2018–), Head of Estonian Delegation 2017–; Association of Estonian Cities, Member of the Board 2010–2011, 2014–2015; Academic Historical Society; Learned Estonian Society; Estonian Professional Association of Archivists; Council of Archives; Tartu Toome Rotary Club;
books “Sindi linn ja 1. Detsembri nimeline Vabrik 1833–1983” (“Town and Textile Industry of Sindi 1833–1983”) 1985, “Eestlaste perekonnaloo allikad” (“Sources of Estonian Family History”) 2000, “Põrgu värk. Ajalootuulest ja põrguluulest” (“Winds of History and Poems of Hell”) 2001, “Rahvarinne 1988. Kakskümmend aastat hiljem” (“Popular Front 1988. Twenty Years Later”) 2008 (co-author), compilation “Eesti ajalugu. 5. Pärisorjuse kaotamisest Vabadussõjani” (“History of Estonia. Part V. From Abolition of Serfdom until War of Independence”) 2010 (co-author), “Siber ja Eesti. Jalaraua kõlin” (“Siberia and Estonia. Clink of Shackles”) 2012, “Von Privilegierten zu Geächteten. Die Repressalien gegenüber deutschbaltischen Honoratioren während des Ersten Weltkrieges” 2014, “Perekonnaloo uurija käsiraamat” (“Genealogist’s Manual”) 2015, “Muutugu ja kadugu! Baltisakslased ja Esimene maailmasõda” (“May They Change and Perish! The Baltic Germans and World War I”) 2016; articles in specialist publications; writer and editor for publications on history

Hobbies: Estica in the archives of the world

15.06.2018

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  • Aitäh, lugupeetud juhataja! Ma pean tunnistama, et mul on selle diskussiooni juures natukene piinlik. Ma tegelikult mõistan kõiki osapooli. Opositsiooni ülesanne ongi teha kas või kuni obstruktsioonini välja ja teha pinget, aga me üldiselt oleme harjunud püüdma siiski leida kvaliteetseid
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