Carolin Roeder is a PhD student in history at Harvard University. Her research centers on the history of exploration, environment, and science in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, including the Soviet Union. In her dissertation, tentatively entitled “Horizontal Network of Vertical Pursuits: A Transnational History of Mountaineering, 1900–1980,” she explores links between mountaineers of Western and Eastern Europe and the emergence of international mountaineering associations. She is also interested in the history of national parks, animal history, and imperial exploration. Roeder holds a BA in Slavic languages from the University of Regensburg and an MA in East European studies and research from the University of Bologna.
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PhD Student in History , Harvard University
Graduate Student Affiliate, CES, Harvard University