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Borders

Author : Pat Mora
ISBN : 1611920752
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Jan Ek Beyond The Borders

Author : Derek Katz
ISBN : 9781580463096
Genre : Music
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This contextual study of Janácek's operas reveals the composer's creative responses to a wide range of Czech and non-Czech traditions.
Category: Music

Bordering And Ordering The Twenty First Century

Author : Gabriel Popescu
ISBN : 9780742556218
Genre : Political Science
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This timely book introduces readers to the central question of borders in the twenty-first century. After familiarizing readers with border thinking and making from antiquity to the present, Gabriel Popescu turns a critical eye on current concepts, processes, and contexts. Assessing the latest theoretical approaches to border studies, the author deftly incorporates a range of disciplinary perspectives, including geography, international relations, sociology, history, security studies, and anthropology. He explores recent world events, discussing how current issues such as migration, terrorism, global warming, pandemics, the international human rights regime, outsourcing, the economic crisis, supranational integration, regionalization, and digital technology relate to borders and influence our lives. Written with a clear eye and voice, this book makes a complex subject accessible to a wide readership.
Category: Political Science

New Borders For A Changing Europe

Author : Liam O'Dowd
ISBN : 9781135760571
Genre : Political Science
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The "deepening and widening" of the EU has thrown its changing internal and external borders into sharp relief. This work demonstrates that borders are key spaces within which issues such as identity, memory and trust, and communication between states continue to be played out and transformed.
Category: Political Science

Borders Boundaries

Author : Ritu Menon
ISBN : 0813525527
Genre : History
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On the sufferings of women during the partition of India in 1947; includes personal narratives.
Category: History

Constructing Borders Crossing Boundaries

Author : Caroline Brettell
ISBN : 0739115693
Genre : Social Science
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The essays in this volume tackle the construction and significance of race and ethnicity as boundary-making processes among diverse immigrant populations in the United States. Race and ethnicity can both unite and divide. The individual scholars contributing to this volume model, deploy, and explain notions of "borders" and "boundaries" in various ways, but collectively they emphasize the fluidity of racial and ethnic identities that are shaped, negotiated, and contested in specific contexts and situations. Constructing Borders/Crossing Boundaries also captures the range of spaces in which ethnicity and race become salient--the university, the immigrant enclave, the detention center, the work place, the nightclub, and even the trans-Atlantic passage. This interdisciplinary work features essays on a diverse range of immigrant populations from past to present and will interest scholars from across disciplines.
Category: Social Science

The Chinese State At The Borders

Author : Diana Lary
ISBN : UCSD:31822034637173
Genre : History
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The People's Republic of China claims to have 22,000 kilometresof land borders and 18,000 kilometres of coast line. How did this vastcountry come into being? The state credo describes an ancient processof cultural expansion: border peoples gratefully accept high culture inChina and become inalienable parts of the country. And yet, the"centre" had to fight against manifestations of discontentin the border regions, not only to maintain control over the regionsthemselves, but also to prevent a loss of power at the edges fromtriggering a general process of regional devolution in the Han Chineseprovinces. The essays in this volume look at these issues over a longspan of time, questioning whether the process of expansion was abenevolent civilizing mission.
Category: History

Dialects Across Borders

Author : Markku Filppula
ISBN : 9027247870
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Nonstandard varieties of languages have recently become an object of new interest in scholarly research. This is very much due to the advances in the methods used in data collection and analysis, as well as the emergence of new language-theoretical frameworks. The articles in this volume stem from the 11th International Conference on Methods in Dialectology (Methods XI, August 2002, Joensuu). The theme for this conference was “Dialects across borders”. The selection of contributions included in this volume demonstrates how various kinds of borders exert major influence on linguistic behaviour all over the world. The articles have been grouped according to whether they deal primarily with the linguistic outcomes of political and historical borders between states (Part I); various kinds of social and regional boundaries, including borders in a metaphorical sense, i.e. social barriers and mental or cognitive boundaries (Part II); and finally, boundaries between languages (Part III).
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Migration Without Borders

Author : Antoine Pécoud
ISBN : 1845453603
Genre : Social Science
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International migration is high on the public and political agenda of many countries, as the movement of people raises concerns while often eluding states attempts at regulation. In this context, the Migration Without Borders scenario challenges conventional views on the need to control and restrict migration flows and brings a fresh perspective to contemporary debates. This book explores the analytical issues raised by open borders, in terms of ethics, human rights, economic development, politics, social cohesion and welfare, and provides in-depth empirical investigations of how free movement is addressed and governed in Europe, Africa, the Americas and Asia. By introducing and discussing the possibility of a right to mobility, it calls for an opening, not only of national borders, but also of the eyes and minds of all those interested in the future of international migration in a globalising world.
Category: Social Science

Framing Borders In Literature And Other Media

Author : Werner Wolf
ISBN : 9789042017894
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book is both a contribution to an interdisciplinary study of literature and other media and a pioneering application of cognitive and frame-theoretical approaches to these fields. In the temporal media a privileged place for the coding of cognitive frames are the beginnings while in spatial media physical borders take over many framing functions. This volume investigates forms and functions of such framing spaces from a transmedial perspective by juxtaposing and comparing the framing potential of individual media and works. After an introductory theoretical essay, which aims to clarify basic concepts, the volume presents eighteen contributions by scholars from various disciplines who deal with individual media. The first section is dedicated to framing in or through the visual arts and includes discussions of the illustrations of medieval manuscripts, the practice of framing pictures from the Middle Ages to Magritte and contemporary American art as well as framings in printmaking and architecture. The second part deals with literary texts and ranges from studies centred on framings in frame stories to essays focussing on the use of paratextual, textual and non-verbal media in the framings of classical, medieval and modern German and American narrative literature; moreover, it includes studies on defamiliarized framings, e.g. by Julio Cortazar and Jasper Fforde, as well as an essay on end-framing practices. Sections on framings in film (including the trailers of Tolkien s "The Lord of the Rings") and in music (operatic overtures and Schumann s piano pieces) provide perspectives on further media. The volume is of relevance to students and scholars from various fields: intermedia studies, cognitive approaches to the media, literary and film studies, history of art, and musicology."
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines