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Megan Duncan Smith
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12018-10-12T10:04:45-04:00Megan Duncan Smith (project manager)1plain2018-10-19T02:25:04-04:00Megan is a PhD Candidate in the History Department at Harvard, specializing in the history of modern Russia and Ukraine. Her dissertation - a cultural history of the Dnieper River in Soviet Ukraine - explores the cultural construction of nature and national geography.
Megan’s favorite mapping method is running, cycling, and hiking the geography of New England and Eastern Europe with her GPS-enabled watch.