On the occasion of the publication in September of the book Andreas Kappeler: “Russians and Ukrainians, unequal brothers: from the Middle Ages to today” (CNRS Éditions), the translator, Denis Eckert, director of research at the CNRS and member of the Geography-Cities laboratory, will be the guest of the Geographic Cafés.

Tuesday, November 15th
from 7 to 9 pm
at the Café de Flore, 172 boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris 6e, Metro Saint-Germain-des-Prés

Download Denis Eckert. Foreword to the book: Russians and Ukrainians: unequal brothers, from the Middle Ages to today, pp.7-13, 2022.

Russians and Ukrainians, unequal brothers

Les cafés géographiques de Paris

The objective of the cafés géographiques de Paris is to do geography differently, in cafés and bars, by bringing together the best specialists and a public that is not necessarily a geographer, around questions about our world and our Earth. The geo cafés are not only places where laboratories and civil society meet. It is also an international associative network, which goes from Orleans to Quebec, from Lyon to Brussels, from Bordeaux to Geneva, from Rennes to Liège.
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