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Steven Seegel, “Biographies of Counter-Revolution? Spatially Rethinking East Central Europe’s Geographer Scientists of the 1920s”

Steven Seegel, “Biographies of Counter-Revolution? Spatially Rethinking East Central Europe’s Ge ...
  1. Author: Russian and East European Institute
  2. Number of episodes: 1
  3. Web site: http://www.iu.edu/~celtie/Lessons/Russian/seegel/seegel.html

Podcast Description:

Professor Seegel will survey the biographical arcs of six leading national geographers, in Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, Hungary, Germany, and the United States, through their formative intellectual training in European colonial geography before World War I and in the context of the Bolshevik Revolution. Drawing on unpublished sources, including private documents and correspondence in the burgeoning network of Europe’s expertocratic, state-serving geographers of the 1920s, the presentation will ana

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1.“Biographies of Counter-Revolution? Spatially Rethinking East Central Europe’s Geographer Scientists of the 1920s”01:01:14Steven Seegel4/11/2013Professor Seegel will survey the biographical arcs of six leading national geographers, in Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, Hungary, Germany, and the United States, through their formative intellectual training in European colonial geography before World War I and in the context of the Bolshevik Revolution. Drawing on unpublished sources, including private documents and correspondence in the burgeoning network of Europe’s expertocratic, state-serving geographers of the 1920s, the presentation will anaRussian and East European InstituteEnglishDownload