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Archives features events organised or co-organised by KAJAK. The upcoming events are found under Activities. 

Doctoral Schools

New natures, entangled cultures: perspectives in environmental humanities

23.– 27. January 2017, Tallinn University. Read more  

In co-operation with ESEH, CECT, and RCC, KAJAK organised doctoral school Animals in Transdisciplinary Environmental History in May 2015. 

In March 2013 - doctoral school Time in Environment: Methodological Implications of Narrating 

In May 2011 - doctoral school The Co-formation of Human and Natural Communities: An Environmental Historical Perspective 

Conferences (both local and international)

...rohelised õndsad lootused: aed ja loodus eesti kirjanduses

[...delicate green hopes: garden and nature in Estonian literature]

11.-12. June 2015, Tallinn and Kehra, Estonia

co-organised with UTKK.  Read more

Bellies, Bodies, Policey. Embodied Environments between Catastrophes and control

10.-12. Sept 2014, Tallinn and Tartu, Estonia 

Joint conference of the history departments of Tallinn University and University of Tartu and KAJAK. Read more

Migration and Landscape Change. Changes in the cultural landscape of 19th and 20th-century East Central Europe 

23.-24. May 2014, München

Joint conference of Collegium Carolinum (München), Herder Institut /Leibniz Association (Marburg) and KAJAK iin co-operation with München / Regensburg doctoral school of Eastern and Southern European Studies and ESEH. Read more

Framing Nature: Signs, Stories, and Ecologies of Meaning

29. April - 3. May 2014, Tartu, Estonia

KAJAK helped to co-finance the conference. More information at: www.ut.ee/SOSE/conference/2014_framing_nature/ 

From Instants to Eons: Time in Environment and Environmental History

25.-26. March 2013, Tallinn, Estonia  Read more 

Knowledge about Natural Resources. Challenges of the Exploration and Exploitation of Natural Resources in East Central Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries 

18.-20. April 2013, MarburgRead more

Turning Points in Baltic and Central East European Food History – Knowledge, Consumption, and Production in Changing Environments

29.-30. August 2012, TallinnRead more

Other activities

Curatorial tour in Estonian National Museum

29. Dec 2016 - curatorial tour at the permanent exhibition of Estonian National Museum, sub-theme "Humans and natural environment", co-curated by KAJAK members. Read more