Last week the Estonian Centre for Environmental History (KAJAK) elected a new executive board, and one of its new members is Under and Tuglas Literature Centreʼs senior researcher Elle-Mari Talivee. The three-member board also includes Kadri Tüür (chairman) and Joonas Plaan. After nine years of service, founding members Ulrike Plath, Priit Raudkivi, and Kati Linström concluded their terms.
The Estonian Centre for Environmental History (KAJAK), founded in 2011, is a scholarly network of the Tallinn University Centre for History, Archaeology, and Art History which seeks to promote the activities of researchers in environmental history in Estonia. More information on KAJAK can be found HERE.