Borderlanders of Lebanon: People from the In-between Spaces

  • Daniel Meier Pacte - CNRS, Grenoble
  • Hussein Baydoun

Abstract

This portfolio stems from a research project focusing on the many ways the residents of the border regions of Lebanon, or “borderlanders”, live and perceive the international borders. Funded by the Heinrich Böll Stiftung (Berlin-Beyrouth) and the Institut Convergences Migrations (Paris), this original research was conducted by photographer Hussein Baydoun and researcher Daniel Meier with the aim of visibalizing a category of unseen people: borderlanders. 

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Published
2021-06-09
How to Cite
Meier, D., & Baydoun, H. (2021). Borderlanders of Lebanon: People from the In-between Spaces. Borders in Globalization Review, 2(2), 134-140. https://doi.org/10.18357/bigr22202120078
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Artwork