The primary publication of the Association for Borderlands Studies, the Journal of Borderlands Studies is published three times yearly. It has, for more than a decade, distinguished itself as a leading forum for borderlands research. Widely consulted by educators, practitioners, and researchers, the journal encourages the submission of articles from disciplines across the humanities and social sciences as well as from allied fields. All published manuscripts are peer reviewed.
Vol 27, No 3 (2012)
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Table of Contents
|Neighborhood Relations on the Polish Borders: The Example of the Polish–German, Polish–Ukrainian and Polish–Russian Border Regions|
|Limits and Borders: Stages of Transboundary Water Management|
|Mark Wiering, Joris Verwijmeren|
|The Determinants of Open and Closed Borders|
|Charles R. Boehmer, Sergio Peña|
|Immigration and Education: Setbacks and Opportunities For Earnings along the Texas–Mexico Border|
|Business Networks in the Cross-border Regions of the Enlarged EU: What do we know in the Post-enlargement Era?|
|Cultural Cooperation or Incorporation: Recollecting and Presenting Borderland Materiality at the External Border of the European Union|
|Homes across the Border: Russian Summer Houses in the Karelian Isthmus and the Finnish State, 1917–1927|
|Cross-border Cooperation, Regional Disparities and Integration of Markets in the EU|
|Bordering and Ordering the Twenty-first Century: Understanding Borders by Gabriel Popescu, 2012.
|Eastern Partnership: A New Opportunity for the Neighbours by Elena Korosteleva (ed.), 2012.
|Negotiating Afropolitanism: Essays on Borders and Spaces in Contemporary African Literature and Folklore by Jennifer Wawrzinek and J. K. S. Makokha (eds.), 2011.
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