“Phantom Borders in the Political Geography of East Central Europe”, Erdkunde 69, no. 2 (2015), ed. Sabine von Löwis
Associate professor of human geography at Söder-törn University and Umeå University. He has a longstanding interest in the dynamics of urbanization and urban change in post-socialist countries and has recently published in the Annals of the Association of American Geographers and in Eurasian Geography and Economics.
Articles by Michael Gentile
In the Soviet Union, maps of reality as it should be were published, and with no information about sensitive data. The manipulation of maps did not, however, disappear with the fall of Communism.