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Peatland in Russia: An Environmental History

  • April 23, 2021
  • 2:00 AM (EDT)
  • Duke Kunshan University, No.8 Duke Avenue, Yushan Town, Kunshan City, Jiangsu Province, China and virtual

In this seminar, by referring to one of Katja Bruisch's journal article, we are going to discuss the history of peatland exploitation and people’s cultural perceptions of it in Russia from late 18th century to today. We will figure out the complex human-environment relationship and broader history of the Russian society behind the peatland exploitation. It is a great chance for participants to talk through various disciplines such as Russian history, environmental science, geography and ecology.

This event is hybrid (both in-person and virtual through Zoom). The primary attendance of this event will be students and faculty of Duke Kunshan University, China. However, audience from all over the world are also welcome to participate through Zoom.


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