2 edition of Between frontiers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Ohio University research in international studies. Southeast Asia series -- no. 122|
|LC Classifications||JC323 .I8513 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009042171|
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Between Frontiers restores the nation to the social field from which it has been abstracted by looking at how the concept shapes the existence of people in border zones, where they live between nations. Noboru Ishikawa grounds his study in the boundary that separates Malaysian from Indonesian territory in western Borneo.
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The Frontiers the book refer to are the successive Frontier Wars fought primarily between the British and the Xhosa in the Eastern Cape during the late 18th and throughout the 19th century, with at times Boer and Khoisan involvement/5.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ishikawa, Noboru. Between frontiers. Singapore: NUS Press ; Athens: Ohio University Press, (OCoLC) Frontier definition is - a border between two countries.
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Can off-grid solar plug the energy gap for cities in the developing world. Between Frontiers restores the nation to the social field from which it has been abstracted by looking at how the emergence of national spaces shapes the existence of people living in border zones, where they live between nations.
South Africa, especially the shifting frontiers of the Eastern Cape, was to be the setting for a truly epochal collision between two worlds--white and European, black and African--and it is the story of this confrontation--prolonged, agonized and morally ambiguous.
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Eight writers and journalists in a variety of countries investigated the economic, political, geographical and historical reasons that account for why people are divided.Unity of knowledge is not easily achieved in today’s Africa where often there is little conscious interaction between traditional beliefs, Christian faith and modern secularity.
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