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Bradley Woodworth, Yale Baltic Studies Program Coordinator

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Episode: April 24, 2013

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Bradley Woodworth is Coordinator of Baltic Studies at Yale University and Assistant Professor of History at the University of New Haven. His research interests include the social and political history of the multiethnic Baltic provinces and the broader northwestern regions of Imperial Russia, including St. Petersburg and Finland. We talk with Professor Woodworth about the most recent volume he co-edited with Karsten Brüggemann of the University of Tallinn, entitled Russia on the Baltic: Imperial Strategies of Power and Cultural Patterns of Perception (16th-20th Centuries).

Learn more about Bradley Woodworth