Cites: Borders Kritik


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Shapiro ’97 Michael J., Prof. of Political Science @ U. of Hawaii, Violent Cartographies, University of Minnesota Press, 1997

Whyte et al. ‘6 Jessica, & Imre Szeman, “Erasing the Line, or, the Politics of the Border” ephemera 6(4), pgs. 467

Devadas & Mummery ‘8 (Vijay, Prof. @ U. of Otago, & Jane, Prof. @ U. of Ballarat, “Protean Borders and Unsettled Interstices” Borderlands, Vol. 7.1,

Rajaram ‘6 (Prem Kurnar, Prof. of Sociology and Social Anthropology @ Central European U. in Budapest, “Dystopic Geographies of Empire” Alternatives, Vol. 31, pgs. 501

Bekus-Goncharava ’10 Nelly, Belarusian publicist and sociologist, “Living in Visa Territory” Eurozine,

Houtum & Pijpers ’10 Henk van, Assoc. Prof. of Geopolitics and Political Geography @ Radboud U. Nijmegen, and Roos, Assist. Prof. of Human Geography @ Radboud U. Nijmegen, “Towards a gated community” Eurozine,

Neocleous ‘3 Mark, Prof. @ Brunel U., “Off the Map : On Violence and Cartography,” European Journal of Social Theory, pgs. 410

Schippers ‘1 Thomas, Prof. of Ethnology @ U. of Nice, “The Border as a Cultural Idea in Europe,” Europe: cultural construction and reality, pgs. 26-

Shapiro ‘8 (Michael J., Prof. of Political Science @ U. of Hawaii, Cinematic Geopolitics (Global Horizons), pgs. 18-

Carens ’87 (Joseph, Prof. of PoliSci @ U. of Toronto, “Aliens and Citizens: The Case for Open Borders,” the review of politics, Vol. 49.2, pgs. 280-

Atzii ‘7 (Boaz, Research fellow @ Harvard U., “When Good Fences Make Bad Neighbors: Fixed Borders, State Weakness, and International Conflict,” International Security 31.3 (2007) 139-173

Perez & Berger ‘9 (Marcela Alvarez, Prof. @ Colégio de México, Mexico City, and Mark T., Visiting Prof. of DOD Analysis @ Naval Postgraduate School, “Bordering on the Ridiculous,” Alternatives, Vol. 34, pgs. 13-

Agnew ‘8 (John, Prof. of Geography @ UCLA, “Borders on the mind: re-framing border thinking” Ethics and Global Politics, Vol. 1.4,

Rubin ‘8 (Edward, Professor of Law and Political Science @ Vanderbilt U., “The Dangers of Citizenship,” The Future of Citizenship, Ed. Jose Ciprut, pgs. 294-

Hayter ‘3 (Teresa, Independent Scholar on Immigration, “No Borders: The Case against Immigration Controls” Feminist Review, No. 73, Exile and Asylum: Women Seeking Refuge in ‘Fortress Europe’, pg. 14-

Agustín ‘8 (Laura, Researcher on Immigration, “Border thinking” Re-Public,