'The Nature of Soviet Power is an ambitious and thought-provoking book on an important topic, especially in light of the growing importance of polar regions in the era of climate change. The research presented is remarkably erudite, drawing upon an astonishing breadth of primary and secondary sources. The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History. By Andy Bruno. Studies in Environment and History. Edited by J. R. McNeill and Edmund P. Russell. Aug 21, 2017 · Andy Bruno’s well-researched and convincing book argues that while the Soviet Union worked throughout its seventy-five-year tenure to develop its arctic lands into productive socialist spaces, powerful natural elements in these arctic landscapes were simultaneously at work shaping Soviet identity. The Social Science Research Council News Items College and University Fund Covid-19 and the Social Sciences Donate.
An Arctic Environmental History Andy Bruno. The Nature of Soviet Power. Title: The Nature Of Soviet Power An Arctic Environmental History Studies In Environment And History -Created Date: 6/22/2020 3:48:16 PM. Soviet Power An Arctic Environmental History Studies In Environment And History. Look for any ebook online with easy steps. But if you want to save it to your computer, you can download much of ebooks now. Due to copyright issue, you must read The Nature Of Soviet Power An Arctic Environmental History Studies In Environment And History online. Sep 14, 2017 · Andy Bruno, Assistant Professor in the Department of History and Faculty Associate in Environmental Studies, Northern Illinois University. During the twentieth century, the Soviet Union turned the Kola Peninsula in the northwest corner of the country into one of the most populated, industrialized, militarized, and polluted parts of the Arctic. Interactions with the natural world both enabled industrial livelihoods and curtailed socialist promises. Nature itself was a participant in the communist project. Taking a long-term comparative perspective, The Nature of Soviet Power sees Soviet environmental history as part of the global pursuit for unending economic growth among modern states.
The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History Studies in Environment and History Apr 11, 2016. by Andy Bruno Kindle Edition. $15.90 $ 15 90. Hardcover. $76.81 $ 76 81 $110.00 Only 11 left in stock - order soon. These are just some of the questions motivating historian Andy Bruno‘s book, The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History Cambridge University Press, 2016. The book is the first to consider nature and the environment as actor and participant, rather than passive subject, in Soviet history. Studies in Environment and History 共55册, 这套丛书还有 《Evolutionary History》,《The Climate of Rebellion in the Early Modern Ottoman Empire》,《The Nature of Disaster in China》,《Environment, Power, and Injustice》,《The Mountains of the Mediterranean World》 等。. Visiting Researcher: Andy Bruno. Arctic, Environmental History, and Climate. In his first book, The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History Cambridge UP, forthcoming 2016, he examines the environmental history of economic transformation in the Russian north during the twentieth century. The study asks questions about the.
The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History. Andy Bruno / Cambridge University Press / 2016-3-31 / USD 99.99 少于10人评价 The Frigid Golden Age: Climate Change, the Little Ice Age, and the Dutch Republic, 1560–1720. Andy Bruno’s The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History is a welcome, and sophisticated, answer. By examining the challenging terrain and climate of the Kola Peninsula, Bruno argues that the natural world “both enabled industrial livelihoods and curtailed socialist promises” 6–7. My first book examines the environmental history of economic transformation in the Russian north during the twentieth century. It asks questions about the relationship between nature and power in the Soviet Union, the forms of interaction with the environment that developed in communist systems, and the role of the Arctic in global environmental history. Apr 14, 2016 · History professor Andy Bruno has a new book out that sheds light on the experiences of Soviets with the Arctic environment. During a reception celebrating its publication, Bruno will deliver a talk on the book, titled “ The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History ” Cambridge University Press.
The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History by Bruno, Andy pp. 594-595 Review by: Denis J. B. Shaw DOI: 10.5699/slaveasteurorev2.95.3.0594. Andy Bruno is an environmental historian of Russia and the Soviet Union. He works as an Associate Professor in the Department of History and Faculty Associate in Environmental Studies at Northern Illinois University. His first book, The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2016. The Nature of Soviet Power An Arctic Environmental History Part of Studies in Environment and History Author: Andy Bruno,. Blog Archive 2016 20 September 2 August 2 July 2 June 1.
The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History. By Andy Bruno. Jenny Leigh Smith. Environmental History, Volume 22,. Citizenship, Race, and the Environment, 1910–1930. By Benjamin René Jordan. Monica Rico. Environmental History. Nature and the Iron Curtain: Environmental Policy and Social Movements in Communist and. Andy Bruno is Associate Professor of History and Environmental Studies at Northern Illinois University. He is the author of The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016. Aug 25, 2016 · Guest: Andy Bruno is an Assistant Professor of History at Northern Illinois University where he specializes in the environmental history of modern Russia. He is the author of The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History. Opening Commentary: I want to draw listeners’ attention to two recent stories in Russia that concern local social and economic struggles in the regions. Description: Environmental History EH is the leading journal in the world for scholars, scientists, and practitioners who are interested in following the development of this exciting new field.EH carries international articles that portray human interactions with the natural world over time. Insights from history, geography, anthropology, the natural sciences, and many other disciplines are. Andy Bruno is Assistant Professor of History and Faculty Associate in Environmental Studies at Northern Illinois University. He is the author of The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History.
belongs at the center of an account of Soviet environmental history. It also highlights the significant role of the physical environment itself in shaping the trajectories of Soviet economic development. The study focuses on the Arctic territory of the Kola Peninsula or the Murmansk. Andy Bruno Andy Bruno is Associate Professor in the Department of History and Faculty Associate in Environmental Studies at Northern Illinois University. His research explores varied aspects of the environmental history of the Soviet Union.
Industrialisation and social transformations changed the landscapes of the Soviet Arctic and stimulated discussions about the models of its domestication. Bruno, Andy. The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic. New Urbanisation Models for the Soviet Far North in the 1960s. In: Wormbs N. eds Competing Arctic Futures. Palgrave Studies in the. Bruno is also Faculty Associate in Environmental Studies at NIU. His first book, The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2016. As part of the HSS/NASA prize, he will give a public talk this spring. Anna Quider elected president of D.C.-based Science Coalition. The books in this series study the ways in which the natural environment and human societies have interacted throughout history and around the world. All human societies have by necessity had a strong relationship with their ecosystems, through behavior that has been variously adapting, exploiting, transcending, destroying, or preserving.
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