Life of the Frontier - Workshop on Debatable Lands
'debatable lands ... are territories disputed between established power groups, yet struggling for definition, and ... generalizing their own codes' (C. Lamont and M. Rossington 2007 Romanticisms Debatable Lands, Palgrave, 4). This theme feeds into how frontiers exist as regions of interaction and transformation. What is the significance of crossing-points? What characterizes the variable biopolitics of frontiers? How do frontiers operate as transglobal heritage?
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