Russian Environmental History
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|Borderland, no-man's land, nature's wonderland: troubled humanity and untroubled earth||vb625||Sep 9, 2016 9:42:55 AM|
|Dark and toxic tourism in the Chernobyl exclusion zone||vb625||Sep 9, 2016 9:41:18 AM|
|Radiation and borders: Chernobyl as a national and transnational site of memory||vb625||Sep 9, 2016 9:39:57 AM|
|A Visual Geography of Chernobyl: Double Exposure||vb625||Sep 9, 2016 9:37:50 AM|
|An Illustrated Guide to the Post-catastrophe Future||vb625||Sep 9, 2016 9:35:02 AM|
|Informality and survival in Ukraine's nuclear landscape: Living with the risks of Chernobyl||vb625||Sep 9, 2016 9:32:52 AM|
|The Crime of Chernobyl: The Nuclear Gulag||vb625||Sep 9, 2016 9:29:21 AM|
|Zones of Exclusion: Pripyat and Chernobyl||vb625||Sep 9, 2016 9:25:50 AM|
|Life Exposed: Biological Citizens after Chernobyl||vb625||Sep 9, 2016 9:20:59 AM|
|Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment||vb625||Sep 9, 2016 9:18:22 AM|
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Welcome to the Russian Environmental History group. Our aim is to maintain a list of of material on The environmental history of Russia and its neighbours for anyone who finds it helpful.
The main focus is on the Post-Soviet space, the USSR, the Russian Empire and its predecessors.
Anyone can view the group library without being a member.
This bibliography was prepared with financial support from The Leverhulme Trust.
There is also an online network for anyone who identifies themselves as an environmental historian of Russia and its neighbours. See website below.
- Owner: dgm507
- Registered: 2014-07-04
- Type: Public
- Membership: Closed