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Homework

Every partner institution is obliged to carry out a preparatory homework: reading and discussing course literature, analysing institutional set up and wider governance in their home regions. Every national team should prepare and present a (literature and web based) small paper of about 10 pages (single spaced) that describes border issues in the regions they know. If the student groups have wider international background, then we would encourage choosing 1-2 cases outside Northern Europe. The aim of the student papers is to extend empirical knowledge about the changing role of borders in local/regional development.

Literature

Pirkkoliisa Ahponen (2011): Miserable or Golden Karelia? Interpreting a Crossborder Excursion of Students from Finland to Russia, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 26:2, 145-159, Excursion of Students from Finland to Russia, Journal of Borderlands Studies.pdf

Tatiana Isachenko (2009): Cultural landscape dynamics of transboundary areas: A case study of the Karelian isthmus, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 24:2, 78-91, A case study of the Karelian isthmus, Journal of Borderlands.pdf

Pertti Joenniemi (2008): Re‐negotiating Europe's identity: The European neighbourhood policy as a form of differentiation, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 23:3, 83-94, European neighbourhood policy as a form of differentiation, Journal of Borderlands.pdf

Lena Laube & Christof Roos (2010): A “border for the people"? Narratives on changing eastern borders in Finland and Austria, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 25:3-4, 31-49

Lois Labrianidis & Nikos Vogiatzis (2011): Local Delocalization across Borders: The Case of the Garment Quasi-Cluster in the Balkans, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 26:1, 35-51, Local Delocalization across Borders.pdf

Ilkka Liikanen (2008): New neighbourhood and cross‐border region‐building: Identity politics of CBC on the Finnish‐Russian border, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 23:3, 19-38, Identity politics of CBC on the Finnish‐Russian border.pdf

Jean L. Manore (2011): The Historical Erasure of an Indigenous Identity in the Borderlands: The Western Abenaki of Vermont, New Hampshire, and Quebec, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 26:2, 179-196

Kirsi Niukko (2009): The concept of landscape among Karelian migrants in Finland, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 24:2, 62-77

Borders_Paasi.pdf

Borders__Paasi_final_version.pdf

Hannes Palang , Kadri Semm & Lies Verstraete (2009): Time borders: Change of practice and experience through time layers, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 24:2, 92-105, Change of practice and experience through time layers.pdf

Raagmaa et al_2012_Springer_Chapter 11_Empowering people and enterprises in Setomaa.pdf

Gulnara Roll (2010): Civil Society Cooperation in the Face of Territorial Adversity: The Estonian–Russian Case, Journal of European Integration, 32:5, 475-490, groll.pdf

Jevgenia Viktorova:Conflict Transformation the Estonian Way: The Estonian-Russian Border Conflict, European Integration and Shifts in Discursive Representation of the “Other”

Narratives on changing eastern borders in Finland and Austria, Journal of Borderlands.pdf

Paasi_Borders__Environment_and_planning_A_2012.pdf

Paasi_Borders_Journal_of_Power_PDF.pdf

Paasi_Borders_Space_and_Polity_2008.pdf

Paasi_Companion_on_Border_Studies.pdf

Perspectives_27_chapter3.pdf

RESTITUTION NGT 3-2010[1].pdf

Richardson 2013 Borders and mobilities.pdf

Social Capital Design and Polycentric.pdf

The Historical Erasure of an Indigenous Identity.pdf

Tranistions and trends in the tourism sector at the Estonian-Latvian border_A case study of VÕRU and ALŪKSNE districts.pdf

 

 

 

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