Гидро-социальный ландшафт Испании через призму двух материализмов

  • Alexandra Barmina


Book Review: Erik Swyngedouw. Liquid Power: Contested Hydro- Modernities in Twentieth-Century Spain.

MIT Press, 2015, 320 p. ISBN 9780262029032

Author Biography

Alexandra Barmina

MA Student,
European University at St Petersburg, Department of Political Science and Sociology
Gagarinskaya ul., d. 6/1A, Saint Petersburg, Russia 191187
E-mail: barminaaa@gmail.com


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How to Cite
BarminaA. (2020). Гидро-социальный ландшафт Испании через призму двух материализмов. Stasis, 9(1). Retrieved from http://stasisjournal.net/index.php/journal/article/view/169