Spatial Concepts of Lithuania in the Long Nineteenth Century

Spatial Concepts of Lithuania in the Long Nineteenth Century This book deals with the spatial concepts of Lithuania and other geo images that either competed in the nineteenth century with the term Lithuania or were of a different taxonomic level Samogitia Pru

  • Title: Spatial Concepts of Lithuania in the Long Nineteenth Century
  • Author: Darius Staliūnas
  • ISBN: 9781618115331
  • Page: 161
  • Format: ebook
  • This book deals with the spatial concepts of Lithuania and other geo images that either competed in the nineteenth century with the term Lithuania or were of a different taxonomic level Samogitia, Prussia s Lithuania, Lithuania Minor, Poland, the Western region, the Northwest Region, Lita Lite, Belarus, East Prussia etc The Russian, Lithuanian, Polish, Belarusian, J This book deals with the spatial concepts of Lithuania and other geo images that either competed in the nineteenth century with the term Lithuania or were of a different taxonomic level Samogitia, Prussia s Lithuania, Lithuania Minor, Poland, the Western region, the Northwest Region, Lita Lite, Belarus, East Prussia etc The Russian, Lithuanian, Polish, Belarusian, Jewish, and German geo images of this territory are analyzed in separate chapters of this volume The spatial and topographical turns, especially the innovative perspective suggested by French Marxist Henri Lefebvre to look at the social space as a product of social creativity, research on so called mental maps, postcolonial studies, and nationalism studies provided some theoretical background as well as analytical approaches for the studies published in this volume Provided by publisher.

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