Estonians in Scotland. From Isolation to Transnational Ways of Living?

May 5, 2017

Lea Kreinin defended her doctoral thesis on 2 May in Glasgow. Her thesis looks at the Estonian community in Scotland. Kreinin compared two groups: refugees that arrived after the war to Britain and Scotland and today’s refugees and migrants. She used transnational theory to discovered that the experience of adaptation of both groups was relatively similar. Her supervisor was Professor David J. Smith.