Címke: foreign policy

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Postcolonial Hungary: Eastern European Semiperipheral Positioning in Global Colonialism

Is there a postcolonial Hungary? This project focuses on situating Hungary’s historical development in the global histories of colonialism and anti-colonialism. It interrogates the revival of colonial discourse in the region and explores how it displaced a politics of Western transition and convergence by reconstructing the histories of Hungarian colonial discourse and self-positioning in the world economic system.

This research is part of my Leibniz ScienceCampus “Eastern Europe – Global Area” research project at Universität Leipzig.

Two new abstracts sent to ICHG2018 and AAG2018

I have sent two abstracts to the 17th International Conference of Historical Geographers in Warsaw, July 15–20 and one – the latter abstract here provided – to the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting in New Orleans, April 10–14 in 2018.

Historical geographies of the “quantitative revolution”: Towards a transnational history of central place theory

“The Ghana job”: Opening Hungary to the developing world