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Reframing the Border Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan A Westphalian Imaginary 12. Oil painting by the Dutch painter Gerard ter Borch (II) documenting the ratification of the Peace of Münster, one of the treaties concluded in Westphalia in 1648. The ratification of the treaty ended the Eighty Years’ War between the United Netherlands and the Spanish Crown and formally established the independence of the Dutch Republic. The painting is presented in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam; on loan from the National Gallery, London, since 2000 As cultural

Eurosur, the Refugee Boat, and the Construction of an External EU Border
Black Canadian Cross-Border Literature at Mid-Nineteenth Century

Border Types and Bordering Processes A Theoretical Approach to the EU/Polish-Ukrainian Border as a Multi-dimensional Phenomenon Bastian Sendhardt INTRODUCTION Events in 2011 such as the “biblical exodus” of refugees on the Italian is- land of Lampedusa or the decision of the Danish government to reinstate border controls have underscored the ongoing significance of borders in Europe. To date, however, there has been little agreement in academia on what borders actually are, and border studies remain under-theorized. The objective of this contribution is to

Between Borders France, Germany, and Poland in the Debate on Demarcation and Frontier Crossing in the Context of the Schengen Agreement Angela Siebold INTRODUCTION The events of 1989 changed Europe. Protests and regime changes in Cen- tral and Eastern Europe, including the fall of the Berlin wall and the result- ing end of the cold war, marked the beginning of a process that brought a fundamental reconfiguration of European social, political, economic, and cultural spaces. During this process, the nations of Europe negotiated new national and European

Border Crossings The Technologies of Disability and Desire1 Margrit Shildrick When conventional disability studies encounters cultural theory, it generates what is now usually referred to as critical disability studies (CDS). Unlike the social model, which focuses on the structural inequalities of Western societies that are seen to produce disability, or at least cement it, CDS is a diverse entity that encompasses both material and discursive underpinnings, the psycho- cultural imaginary as much as law and social policy, and the phenomenology of the

Changes, Challenges and Chances
Artworks in Border Spaces
Series: Image, 157
(E)Valuating Space, Diversity and Exchange
Performing Translation, Intervention, Participation
Series: TanzScripte, 40