Re-Inhabiting no-man’s land: From Dead Zones to Living Spaces

A lecture given at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Department of Geography Colloquia Series

10 April 2015

Re-Inhabiting No-Man’s Land CU Boulder NL

From the abstract:

This colloquium provides some insights into the intellectual history of no-man’s lands and explores their significance for political and social research. Drawing on research in Cyprus and Israel-Palestine, the paper proposes a conceptual framework that addresses the specific genealogies, agendas and intellectual import of no-man’s lands in the 21st century.

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