A graduate from the ENS Ulm, Etienne Peyrat holds an advanced teaching certificate in History, and is a PhD candidate in contemporary history at Sciences Po Paris. His doctoral research focuses on the Soviet Union’s southern border between 1920-1960 from a political, administrative, economic and migratory viewpoint. It addresses in particular the relations between Turkey, Iran and the USSR over the management of their shared border.
About : Paul Josephson, Nicolai Dronin, Ruben Mnatsakanian, Aleh Cherp, Dmitry Efremenko and Vladislav Larin, An Environmental History of Russia, Cambridge-New York
À propos de : Jože Pirjevec, Tito, CNRS Éditions
À propos de : Justin Vaïsse, Zbigniew Brzezinski, stratège de l’empire, Odile Jacob
À propos de : Josephson, Dronin, Mnatsakanian, Cherp, Efremenko et Larin, An Environmental History of Russia, Cambridge-New York
À propos de : Omer Bartov, Eric D. Weitz (dir.), Shatterzone of Empires. Coexistence and Violence in the German, Habsburg, Russian and Ottoman Borderlands, Indiana University Press
À propos de : Stephanie Cronin (dir.), Iranian-Russian Encounters. Empires and Revolutions since 1800, Routledge