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- DescriptionThis edited collection formalises Critical Border Studies (CBS) as a distinctive approach within the interdisciplinary border studies literature. Although CBS represents a heterogeneous assemblage of thought, the hallmark of the approach is a basic dissatisfaction with the 'Line in the Sand' metaphor as an unexamined starting point for the study of borders. A headline feature of each contribution gathered here is a concerted effort to decentre the border. By 'decentring' we mean an effort to problematise the border t as taken-for-granted entity, but precisely as a site of investigation. On this view, the border is t something that straightforwardly presents itself in an unmediated way. It is never simply 'present', r fully established, r obviously accessible. Rather, it is manifold and in a constant state of becoming. Empirically, contributors examine the changing nature of the border in a range of cases, including: the Arctic Circle; German-Dutch borderlands; the India-Pakistan region; and the Mediterranean Sea. Theoretically, chapters draw on a range of critical thinkers in support of a new paradigm for border research. The volume will be of particular interest to border studies scholars in anthropology, human geography, international relations, and political science. Critical Border Studies was published as a special issue of Geopolitics.
- Author BiographyNoel Parker is Associate Professor in Political Theory and the History of Ideas at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. His books include Empire and International Order (2012); The Geopolitics of Europe's Boundaries: Spaces, Centres and Margins (2008); and Margins in European Integration (2000). Nick Vaughan-Williams is Reader in International Security, University of Warwick, UK. His books include: Border Politics: The Limits of Sovereign Power (2009, 2012) (2011 Gold Winner, Association for Borderlands Studies); Critical Security Studies: An Introduction (2010); Critical Theorists and International Relations (2009) and Terrorism and the Politics of Response (2009).
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication14/08/2013
- SubjectGeography & Earth Science: Textbooks & Study Guides
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Weight498 g
- Width174 mm
- Height246 mm
- Edited byNick Vaughan-Williams,Noel Parker
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