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Mapping Cultural Space Across Eurasia

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Leninopad animation

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1_Lenins_by_number-per-city.pdf

Map of Ukraine showing Lenin statues toppled since 2013, visualized by number per city.

2_Lenins_toppled_total.pdf

Map of Ukraine showing the dates and locations of all Lenin statues toppled since 2013.

3_Lenins_toppled_Pre-February.pdf

Map of Ukraine showing the locations of Lenin statues toppled before February 2014.

4_Lenins_toppled_February.pdf

Map of Ukraine showing the locations of Lenin statues toppled in February 2014.

5_Lenins_toppled_Post-February.pdf

Map of Ukraine showing the locations of Lenin statues toppled after February 2014.

10_RainingLenins_ElectionMap.pdf

The locations of Lenin Statues toppled in Ukraine since 2013, visualized in relation to a map of Ukraine's 2010 presidential elections.

9.1_RainingLenins_Ethno-linguistic.pdf

The locations of Lenin Statues toppled in Ukraine since 2013, visualized in relation to an ethno-linguistic map of Ukraine.

11.1_RainingLenins_DonbassMap.pdf

Raining Lenins and competing territorial claims during the Ukraine crisis.

6_RainingLenins_HistoricMap1790.pdf

The locations of Lenin Statues toppled in Ukraine since 2013, visualized in relation to borders represented on a historic map of Novorossiya (Russian gubernias 1796-1800)

Lenins still standing [map]

Lenin monuments still standing in Ukraine

 

 

 

 

These overlays explore the temporal and spatial dimension of the “Leninopad” phenomenon in Ukraine. At stake in the defacing of Lenins across Ukraine are the symbolic as well as the material dimensions of space—competing territorial claims and historical narratives, altered borders, and shifting political affiliations.