12 Dec Graduate School, Estonia: Animals in Transdisciplinary Environmental History
Graduate School in Environmental History
Läänemaa, Estonia, May 13-15, 2015
KAJAK, the Estonian Centre for Environmental History at Tallinn University Institute of History, in cooperation with the University of Tartu and Rachel Carson Center for Environment & Society (LMU Munich) and with the support of European Society for Environmental History are pleased to announce a three-day graduate seminar in environmental history hosted in the Estonian countryside.
The seminar will explore animals as historical agents and as a lens through which to understand past environmental transformations. A workshop on popular science writing will also take place and the summer school will end with an open roundtable on animals assisting humans. The graduate seminar aims to gather 15 graduate (and post-doctoral) students together with junior and senior scholars.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 15 December 2014.
Detailed information on the program and how to apply may be found here (PDF).
I have also been included in the organization of the course.
Image: Bear Attacking Elk (At the North Museum of Science and Natural History, in Lancaster, PA) by Curious Expeditions