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Uzbekistan – A Region of World Society (?) Variants of Differentiation in Agricultural Resources Governance
This article studies the layered coexistence and mutual shaping of three forms of differentiation (functional, segmentary, hierarchical) in rural Uzbekistan, a region of world society that, since 1991, is undergoing ...
Crossroads Studies: From Spatial Containers to Interactions in Differentiated Spatialities
This paper, a little less than three years after indulging into this process, aims to facilitate the process of discussion in the network and shall be read as a thought-piece based on the joint reflections of members of ...
Hidden mobilities in post-Soviet Spaces: Boundaries, scales, identities and informal routes to livelihood
We analyze the hidden mobilities, in physio-spatial, epistemic and social terms that are part and parcel of livelihood strategies in places dominated by informal institutions and authoritarian governance regimes. Soviet ...