Making Sense of the Shaking: The 1861-62 Lake Baikal Earthquakes and the Meanings of Nature in Imperial Russia
Nicholas B. Breyfogle, The Ohio State University
October 28, 2020 · 12:00 pm EDT · via Zoom – Registration Required
Center for Collaborative History
Russia & Eurasia Workshop
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Nicholas B. Breyfogle is Associate Professor of History and Director of the Harvey Goldberg Center for Excellence in Teaching at The Ohio State University. He is the author/editor of nine volumes, including Eurasian Environments: Nature and Ecology in Imperial Russian and Soviet History (2018), Nature at War: American Environments and World War II (2020), Readings in Water History (2020), and Heretics and Colonizers: Forging Russia’s Empire in the South Caucasus (2005). He is currently completing the book, “Baikal: the Great Lake and its People.” Since 2007, Breyfogle has worked as co-editor of the online magazine/podcast/video channel Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective, origins.osu.edu.