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Published March 31, 2022 | Version v1
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Academic Cultures between Dependencies and Independencies in the Interwar Black Sea Region


This book seeks to open the floor for debates on forms of knowledge exchange and academic cultures within the BSR and beyond in the interwar period. Throughout its thirteen chapters, it investigates the interrelations of the geopolitical transformation of the BSR after WW I and knowledge and cultural exchanges between and within the region and Western Europe in a time of complex imperial and post-imperial relations. The contributing authors shed light on a broad variety of issues from, among others, interwar ethnography in Soviet Armenia, the cinematographic production in the Southern Caucasus of the 1920s and 1930s, to the increasing access of women to science and culture, and the development of Romanian National Museums between western influences and local particularities. The book is part of a six-volume series on “Knowledge exchange and academic cultures in the humanities. Europe and the Black Sea Region”, as established by an H2020-project of the same name (


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KEAC-BSR – Knowledge Exchange and Academic Cultures in the Humanities: Europe and the Black Sea Region, late 18th – 21st Centuries 734645
European Commission