Andero Adamson, Jüri Viikberg, Jaak Viller (Estonia), The First Three Years of the Archival Competition.

Mai Maddisson (Australia), Priit Vesilind (USA), “When the Noise Had Ended: Geislingen’s DP Children Remember”: Book presentation.

Baiba Bela (Latvia), Life Stories as Cultural Heritage: The Latvian Diaspora.

Tiina Kirss (Estonia), Correspondences and Diaries: Personal Archive As a Tool For Biography Writing.

Arvydas Pacevičius (Lithuania), Ego-Documents as First-Person Writings: State of Art and Research in Lithuania and the Diaspora.

Anu Korb (Estonia), Can Collected Lore Be Returned To the Community?

Iivi Zajedova (Czech Republic), The Importance of Folk Culture for Estonian Refugees.

Piret Noorhani (Estonia), Connecting People and Archives: The First Year of the Baltic Heritage Network.

Daniel Necas (USA), Cooperative Collections Care: The Case of Estonian American Archival Materials at the IHRC.

Marcus Kolga (Canada), Researching Private and Archival Footage in the Estonian Diaspora in Canada.

Kaja Kumer-Haukanõmm (Estonia), Why Do We (Researchers) Need Archives, Memory Institutions?

Hauke Siemen (Germany), Archival Evidence of the Baltic Émigrés’ Political Activities: PhD Research in Progress.

Tiina Tamman (Great Britain), Archival Treasures from the Researcher’s Perspective.

Maie Barrow (Australia), Who? What? Why? Researchers in the Estonian Archives in Australia

Enda-Mai Michelson-Holland (USA), Who Uses the Cultural-Historical Collections of the Baltic Diaspora, and to What Purpose?

Anne Valmas (Estonia), Research Prohibited! The Activities of the Archival Sector of the Restricted Access Department at the Library of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR in 1974-1989.

Ain Dave Kiil (Canada), Historical and Cultural Heritage of Alberta’s Estonians

Terry Kass (Australia), Finding Sickler: A Romp Through the Records

Ann Tündern-Smith (Australia), Locating Baltic Heritage in Australia.

Maija Hinkle (USA), Planned Latvian Diaspora Museum And Research Center in Latvia

Linas Saldukas (Lithuania), The Significance of Diaspora Archives for Lithuanian Historical Research.

Kersti Lust (Estonia), Web-Based Database: Estonia-Related Archival Sources in Foreign Archives.

Aleksey Andronov/ Everita Andronova  (Russia), The First Sound Recordings of Lithuanian Speech and Music: The Fate of Eduard Wolter’s Collection in St. Petersburg, Vilnius and Berlin.

Toms Kikuts (Latvia), The History of Latvian Peasant Colonies in Russia (1870 – 1922). Research Problems and Perspectives in Russian Provincial  Archives: Example of Bashkortostan.

Veronika Mahtina (Russia), The History of the Estonian St. John’s Church in St. Petersburg: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.

Rutt Hinrikus (Estonia), The History of Exile Estonian Literature and Literary Archives.

Leili Utno (Estonia)/ Alida Zigmunde (Latvia), Latvian National Historical Archives as the Source of Estonian Educational History

Peeter Väljas (Estonia), The Archive of the Sisters Agnia (Rutt) and Elga Eliaser: A Unique Account of the Typical Fate of a Family of Estonian Intellectuals.