Water in Social Imagination

Publisher : BRILL

ISBN-13 : 9004333444

Page : 296 pages

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Water in Social Imagination studies meanings of water in cultural and environmental contexts, from medieval Stockholm to post-Soviet Russia. Authors consider both state policy and modern technologies along with creative resistance to the exploitative imagination.

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