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The condition of borders has been crucial in exhibitions, conferences and publications. This text aims to offer a frame for the discussion of border discourses. It develops important contexts in art and architectural theory, contemporary film-making, criticism and cultural politics, for the proliferation of "border theories" and "border practices" that have marked a new stage in the debates over postmodernism, cultural studies and postcolonialism.
Release date NZ
June 18th, 1996
Edited by John C Welchman
Country of Publication
XL, 208 p.
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