Mikhail Rozhanskiy

is a historian and sociologist, and director of the Center for Independent Social Research and Education, Irkutsk.


Cover for: The empire's Siberian knots

Siberia survives as a single name for a territory covering two-thirds of Russia. Yet it comprises well over a dozen regions, republics and territories. Look at how the borders of Siberia were defined, writes Mikhail Rozhanskiy, and you grasp the imperial nature of Russia’s social space.

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