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Mati Laur

Mati Laur in 2010.

Mati Laur (born 17 June 1955 in Abja-Paluoja) is an Estonian historian. He has written and co-authored many textbooks about early modern Estonia. He has published a number of scholarly articles about eighteenth-century Estonia, which also was the subject of his Ph.D. thesis. Despite this narrow specialisation, he is professor of general history at the University of Tartu.

Together with Karsten Br├╝ggemann, Laur is editor of the historical journal Forschungen zur Baltische Geschichte [Research on Baltic history].

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