Poster Presentations

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Session 1: Thursday, April 7, 11:30–13:00, Jakobi 2 Lobby

  1. Ann Talistu (Tallinn University, Estonia) Kawaii-Aesthetics as an Identity Among the Youth Based on Japanese Street Fashion”
  2. Wan Kaiyan (Capital University of Economics and Business, Beijing, China) “Historical Evolution of the Pictophonetic Characters and Phonetic Elements in Pronunciation”
  3. Sandra Peets (Tallinn University, Estonia) “Impact of State Identity on the Foreign Policy Making of Iran: An Analysis Based on the 2013-2015 Period of Nuclear Negotiations”
  4. Maarja Roon (Tallinn University, Estonia) “The Abortive Liberalizations of Iran. President Khatami’s Reform Movement and the 2009 Green Movement”
  5. Tanja Dibou (Tallinn University, Estonia) “Syrian Alawites Youth Values and Identity in Syrian Civil War”
  6. Andreas Johandi & Vladimir Sazonov (University of Tartu, Estonia) “Who was the Perpetrator in Mesopotamian Divine Abandonment Texts?”

Session 2: Friday, April 8, 11:50–13:00, Jakobi 2 Lobby

  1. Imar Koutchoukali (Tallinn University, Estonia) “What the Grammatical Features in the 1001 Nights Tell Us about the History of Arabic”
  2. Eva-Liisa Roht (Tallinn University, Estonia) Ebru is like a Human Being” – Marbling Art (Ebru) in Turkey: The Perspective of the Contemporary Practitioner. The Connection between Ebru and Sufism”
  3. Kristina Saad (Tallinn University, Estonia) “Alms Money as a Means of Financing Terrorism”
  4. Triin Laiverik (Tallinn University, Estonia) “Women’s Involvement in the Martyrdom Operations of the Middle-Eastern Islamist Groups in the 20th and 21th Century”
  5. Kristiina Soosaar (Tallinn University, Estonia) “Changes of Temporary Marriages in Modern Iran Based on 7th Century Laws”
  6. Karl Käsnapuu (University of Tartu, Estonia) “Applying Near-death Study Tool on the Tibetan Book of the Dead”