Knowledge filtration under structural constraints (Source: https://www.middleeasteye.net) Book chapter proposal for Political Ecology in Eastern Europe, edited by Eszter Krasznai Kovács This chapter provides a critical overview of how Hungarian human geography developed since 1989, […]
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at the 2018 Turkic Council in Cholpon Ata (merce.hu) “We will not become colonies” – so goes the official statement of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, who has since 2010 […]
43rd Annual Conference on the Political Economy of the World-System Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg, Germany Topic: 2. The Balkans’ inter-imperial linkages Eastern Europe is the “black sheep” of postcolonial studies: its colonial experiences have been routinely […]
Eastern Europe is the “black sheep” of postcolonial studies: its colonial experiences have been routinely missed out from the relentless focus on (post)colonial centres and peripheries. To be sure, postcolonial literature extended Orientalism as the […]
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
In recent months I’ve prepared a new research plan/paper on the stuff I’ve been doing, connected to my work in the 1989 After 1989 project: The “spatial turn” in the history of scientific knowledge has called […]