Paris-Saclay/Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines/ Malaurie Institute of Arctic Research (MIARC)
Ivanna Knysh is graduated of UVSQ’s master programme in Arctic Studies and she is an early stage researcher (PhD) at UVSQ/Université Paris-Saclay, France, where she is currently preparing her PhD dissertation under the supervision of Professor Jan Borm. She is working on the analysis of travel accounts fully or partially describing Arctic biodiversity. Arctic travelogues are a powerful theoretical base of information, a source of knowledge and experience which is growing every year. Her doctoral project is focusing principally on the textual and visual representations, as well as issues of preservation of biodiversity in the Arctic.
Arctic travel literature, biodiversity, environmentalism, indigenous knowledge