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Irene Sywenky

This article examines post 1989 Polish literary production that addresses German-Polish history and border relations in the aftermath of World War II and participates in the German-Polish dialogue of reconciliation. I consider the methodological implications of border space and spatial memory for the analysis of mass displacements in the German-Polish border region with particular attention to spatiocultural interstitiality, deterritorialization, unhomeliness, and border identity. Focusing on two representative novels, Stefan Chwin's Death in Danzig and Olga Tokarczuk's House of Day, House of Night, I argue that these authors' attention to geospatiality, border space, and displacement forms a distinct characteristic of Polish border narratives. Chwin's and Tokarczuk's construction of interstitial border spaces reflects a complex dynamic between place, historical memory, and self-identification while disrupting and challenging the unitary mythologies of the nation. With their fictional re-imagining of wartime and postwar German-Polish border region, these writers participate in the politics of collective memory of the border region and the construction and articulation of the Polish perspective that shapes the discourse of memory east of the border.

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Eliana Elisabeth Diehl and Esther Jean Langdon

in insurance, among others aspects, have limited the exercise of Indigenous citizenship in terms of their roles in health systems. The concepts of social participation and border space are central to our analysis of Indigenous autonomy in local

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Elisabetta Nadalutti

beliefs shape their border space through social, cultural, political, and economic interaction. Conversely, he mainly focuses on the political and economic dimension of CBC rather than its ethical one. A more normative conceptualization of CBC was

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“Four Guys and a Hole in the Floor”

Racial Politics of Mobility and Excretion among BC-Based Long Haul Truckers

Amie McLean

, “From Africa to Canada: Bordered Spaces, Border Crossings, and Imagined Communities,” in Interrogating Race and Racism , ed. V. Agnew (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007), 232–385, here: 355. 27 Ibid., 355–356. 28 Adele Perry, On the Edge of

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Austrian “Gypsies” in the Italian archives

Historical ethnography on multiple border crossings at the beginning of the twentieth century

Paola Trevisan

anthropology of Sinti 2 networks starting from a specific territory, such as the Austrian-Italian border at the beginning of the twentieth century. It is a border space par excellence, located between Italian- and German-speaking areas, crossed—from the end of

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Decolonising Borders

Re-imagining Strangeness and Spaces

John Sodiq Sanni

borders, spaces and strangeness. It is also within the context of these concepts that I seek to engage decolonisation. I understand decolonisation as an attempt to purge oneself and the nation of colonial ideologies and oppressive practices, and to move to

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US–México border states and the US military–industrial complex

A Global Space for expanding transnational capital

Juan Manuel Sandoval Palacios

terrorism, in the framework of the low-intensity warfare strategy (see Dunn, 1996 ; Sandoval, 1993 ); border militarization and securitization served also to control and watch this strategic border space of the Gun Belt. From 1978 to 1992, immigration, and

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Liberalism in Israel

Between the ‘Good Person’ and the ‘Bad Citizen’

Menachem Mautner

of the Negev Press . Kemp , Adriana . 2000 . “ Borders, Space, and National Identity in Israel .” [In Hebrew.] Theory and Criticism 16 : 13 – 43 . Khazzoum , Aziza . 1999 . “ Western Culture, Stigma, and Social Closure: The Origins of Ethnic