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12018-10-12T10:33:23-04:00James Browning (research assistant)1plain2018-10-16T07:49:39-04:00James is a second year Master’s student in the Regional Studies: Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia program with a Bachelor’s degree in History and Russian from Carleton College.
A long-time admirer of the aesthetics of maps, James is also interested in nearly anything related to Russia especially if it pertains to the late imperial era or the subsequent period of transitions.