Formal qualifications: PhD in History (University of Debrecen), History MA (University of Debrecen), Political Science MA (University of Debrecen)
Research interests: Anthropocene historiography, environmental history, history of forestry, history of food availability
List of publications: mtmt
Research tasks within the Institute: Historical causes and impact of the emergence of the Anthropocene in Central Europe in the light of the history of forests and food supply
Róbert Balogh defended his doctoral dissertation at the Doctoral School of History and Ethnography of the University of Debrecen in 2022. He carries out research in key areas of the ongoing climatic and ecological crisis, such as the impact of professional forest management practices, responses to food shortage and supply chain of dairy products as well as mining in the Carpathian Basin and in colonial South Asia.