Estonian Center for Environmental History (KAJAK), Tallinn University, Estonia
The RCC has had close ties to the Estonian Center for Environmental History (Keskkonnaajaloo Keskus, KAJAK) since 2012. Staff and fellows travel to Tallinn frequently to participate in conferences, workshops, and summer schools. In April 2014, the RCC sponsored several panels on ecomedia and environmental humanities with KAJAK and NIES (the Nordic Network for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies) as part of a biennial meeting of the European Society of Literature, Culture, and Environment in Tartu, Estonia.
Conferences and Workshops:
- 13.05.2015 – 15.05.2015: “Animals in Transdisciplinary Environmental History” (Summer School)
- 10.09.2014 – 12.09.2014: “Bellies, Bodies, ‘Policey’: Embodies Environments between Catastrophes and Control” (EASCLE Conference in Tallinn and Tartu, Estonia)
- 29.04.2014 – 03.05.2014: “Framing Nature’: Signs, Stories, and Ecologies of Meaning” (Conference)
- 31.10.2012: “Environmental History in Estonia: The First Year of KAJAK” (Workshop)