On Saturday, April 14, 2012, 3 PM at the New York Estonian Culture Days at the New York Estonian House.
THOMAS PALM, Ph.D. Estonia: a personal historic overview: Why does a choir of 25,000 people sing about insects? The role of location in national history -- 700 years of occupation? The beginnings of Estonian identity and nationalism: the role of choral music, and more.
Thomas Palm is a retired professor of economics from Portland, Oregon, where he taught at Portland State University for over thirty years.
Estonia: A Personal Historic Overview A Talk At The New York Estonian Culture Days