5 September 2019

New book on Eurasianism

Former Prokhorov Fellow Konstantin Kaminskij has published a collection of essays on Eurasianism (5 September 2019).

A map depicting Europe with a rotated orientation, captioned "Europe from Moscow".
A map depicting Europe with a rotated orientation, captioned "Europe from Moscow".

Konstantin Kaminskij has published Resignification of Borders: Eurasianism and the Russian World (Frank & Timme, 2019), edited together with Nina Friess at the Berlin-based Centre for Eastern European and International Studies.

The volume examines the highly self-reflexive concept of Eurasianism as a process of renegotiating cultural values and identity narratives both in and beyond Russia.

Kaminskij, who holds a PhD in Slavic Studies and Eastern European History from the University of Konstanz, was a Fellow at the Prokhorov Centre in 2018/19. He is the CEO of the Central Asia and Caucasus School for Ecological Education.

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