Frontiers and Identities
Editor/s: L. Klusakova
Publication date: 10/1/2006

Book Description
Frontiers and Identities
Frontiers and Identities: Exploring the Research Area announces in the title itself its critical intent. It takes up the challenge of staking out a particularly contested territory, that of boundaries of many types (physical, political, social, psychological or ‘cultural’ frontiers, boundaries and borders) and what many consider an overused and, at best, equivocal concept – identity. The volume has two main objectives: to show what conceptual tools are being used today by historians and other social scientists to study ‘frontiers’ and ‘identities’ in the broadest sense; and to see what significance those concepts may have in chosen national contexts.




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