The Eurasian Regions Study Group (ERSG), a working group in BASEES, is hosting the webinar, “Siberia in the Late Tsarist and Early Soviet Era.” RSW academic co-director Tatiana Saburova will be presenting.
Zoom link: https://durhamuniversity.zoom.us/j/93611806943?pwd=WjI1K0IwZ3lkMDlSWDh5NU82MmVodz09
The panel is open to all. To register, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for a discussion of modern Siberia, featuring an international panel of researchers:
Tatiana Saburova (Indiana University): Photography in Geographical Imagination and Exploration of Siberia in Late Imperial Russia
Aleksandr Korobeinikov (Central European University): "The Land of the Future": Resource Imagination and Knowledge Production in Post-Imperial Yakutia, 1915-1930
Nadia Mamontova (University of Northern British Columbia): Soviet geopower, Indigenous people and the role of geological research in the administrative policy in Siberia (1920s-1930s)
Diego Repenning López (University of Bristol): [Title TBC]