How to Read East European Cities-Bringing back Space into History

Karl Schlögel is a historian and essayist, Professor Emeritus of the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany. He lives in Berlin. His research focuses on urban development and spatial aspects of historical change in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.

His many books explore Moscow, Berlin and St Petersburg. He won the European Charles Veillon essay prize in 1990, the prize of the Historisches Kolleg Munich in 2016, and the Leipzig Book Fair Prize for non-fiction in 2018.

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How to Read East European Cities-Bringing back Space into History