Kadri Kasemets is a researcher at Tallinn University’s School of Humanities. Her research draws on cultural geography and landscape research. It involves urban, suburban and rural landscape change through everyday geographies related to place experiences, individual and collective sense of place and neighbourhood’s landscape interpretation; influenced by structural conditions. Her research also includes milieu and atmosphere analysis in urban neighbourhoods through children and artist photo interpretation.
Her current work examines everyday governance and territorial bordering connected to recent administrative reform in rural areas in Estonia. Kadri received her PhD in 2012, with her thesis on milieus in neighbourhood place-making, from the interdisciplinary Studies of Cultures doctoral program at Tallinn University.