NGP Yearbook 2015

NGP Yearbook 2015

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NGP Yearbook 2015. Geographies of regions, borders and identity. Eds. Lauren Martin, Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola, Jarkko Saarinen & Kaj Zimmerbauer
Pohjois-Suomen Maantieteellinen Seura
Nordia Geographical Publications 44:4
Oulu 2015, 109 pp.


NGP Yearbook 2015 includes the following articles: Lauren Martin, Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola, Jarkko Saarinen & Kaj Zimmerbauer, Regions, borders and identity in a relational and territorial world; Alexander B. Murphy, ‘Regimes of territorial legitimation’ in a fast-changing world: why they matter and how they change; David Newman, Revisiting good fences and neighbours in a postmodern world after twenty years: theoretical reflections on the state of contemporary border studies; Martin Jones, City-Region Building and geohistorical matters: New new localism and the new new regionalism; Natalie Koch, “Spatial socialization”: Understanding the state effect geographically; Reece Jones, The Mediterranean: international region and deadly border; John Agnew, Revisiting the territorial trap; Gabriel Popescu, Topological imagination, digital determinism and the mobile border paradigm; Mathew Coleman, U.S. immigration enforcement: then and now, there and here; Juha Ridanpää, Imagining and re-narrating regional identities; Jouni Häkli, Symbolic violence in border crossing – a bodily geopolitics; Maano Ramutsindela, Regionalisms and the ‘exceptionality’ of security regions; Sami Moisio, Towards transnational spatial policies in Finland; Petri J. Raivo, Politics of memory: Historical battlefields and sense of place; P.T. Karjalainen, On topobiography; or, how to write one’s place.

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ISBN 978-952-62-0886-2
ISSN 1238-2086