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The Caspian Sea, from the eighteenth through the twentieth centuries, as a place defined by movement around, through and underneath it.
Sea as Land: Infrastructure, Politics and Oil in the Caspian Sea
This collage depicts the Caspian Sea as per our lens of connectivity through the deployment of historical images, poems, and mapping.
This map features just the railroad network as produced in a map of the Russian Empire from 1910.
This image shows the road networks featured in Abraham Maas's map "Nova Maris Caspii" as they radiate south along the Caspian from Astrakhan and into the Caucasus.
- Reflections on Relative Space (mini-lab 1)
- Caspian Connectivities