Sea as Land: Infrastructure, Politics and Oil in the Caspian Sea

Title

Sea as Land: Infrastructure, Politics and Oil in the Caspian Sea

Subject

Caspian Sea

Description

Sea as Land: Infrastructure, Politics and Oil in the Caspian Sea

Creator

This videographic essay by Rituparna Simlai, Saadia Mirza, and Ryan Bouma demonstrates how the Caspian Sea, for so long an ecological barrier to travel has, since the discover of oil underneath its floors, been treated less as a sea and more as a territory, carved up among its bordering nations.

Source

http://vimeo.com/82009950

Publisher

Vimeo

Date

Fall 2013

Format

Video

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Citation

This videographic essay by Rituparna Simlai, Saadia Mirza, and Ryan Bouma demonstrates how the Caspian Sea, for so long an ecological barrier to travel has, since the discover of oil underneath its floors, been treated less as a sea and more as a territory, carved up among its bordering nations. , “Sea as Land: Infrastructure, Politics and Oil in the Caspian Sea,” Mapping Cultural Space Across Eurasia, accessed January 28, 2023, https://eurasia.omeka.fas.harvard.edu/items/show/399.

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